The Instillery Has Established a Strong Alliance With Actifio, the Copy Data Management Pioneer Leading the Way in Multi-Cloud Environments and Operation
Actifio, the Data-as-a-Service company, announced an expanded strategic alliance with The Instillery as it continues its global push to bring its data-as-a-service platform with multi-cloud and data management capabilities to companies seeking ways to successfully execute their digital strategies.
Headquartered in Auckland, New Zealand, The Instillery provides large enterprises and government departments across Australia, New Zealand and the United Kingdom with a set of productized consulting, migration and co-pilot operate managed services to help them leverage the power of automation and the cloud in our current era of digital transformation. As these organizations review the various cloud providers and cloud-native management tools available, The Instillery has established a strong alliance with Actifio, the copy data management pioneer leading the way in multi-cloud environments and operation. The Actifio platform enables customers to freely move data among private, hybrid and public cloud platforms – keeping it fully protected while enabling full visibility along with DevOps or other operational practices requiring instant self-service access to real business data regardless of where it is located.
Mike Jenkins, Founder & CEO of The Instillery, said, “To exploit the well-documented benefits of cloud, quite simply we need to enable data portability, whether that’s on-premise, local IaaS or between public providers such as AWS, Azure & GCP. My team here at The Instillery is absolutely stoked to formalize and expand our strategic partnership with Actifio as our exclusive partner in the data-as-a-service arena. As my technical team reviewed multiple vendors in this space, it was clear that Actifio’s ease of use and ability to deliver cloud adoption at pace and scale in an economical fashion is perfectly aligned with our company’s mission. Actifio is definitely the real deal in a market full of traditional storage vendors that overpromise on their public capability.”