Nimble Storage Achieves 99.9999% Availability, 287% ROI with Vertica Analytics

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Medha Bhadkamkar, Senior Manager of Data Science and Services for InfoSight, Hewlett Packard Enterprise

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Join the latest webcast in our Data Disruptors Series to hear how Nimble Storage leverages flash storage and predictive analytics to deliver advanced customer insights and 99.9999% availability. The company’s InfoSight customer platform eliminates headaches and wasted time by transforming how storage is managed and supported, analyzing millions of sensors every second to prevent problems. On this webcast you’ll hear from Medha Bhadkamkar, Senior Manager of Data Science and Services for InfoSight, on how Nimble Storage leverages Vertica to: • Improve customer experience and business efficiency • Make storage autonomous through the use of advanced analytics • Predict and solve 86% of issues automatically • Achieve 287% ROI and annual benefit of $13.6 million

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