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Glassbeam and Hitachi Data Expand Partnership
Glassbeam and Hitachi Data Expand Partnership

 
February 19, 2014 11:21AM
Glassbeam and Hitachi Data Systems Expand Partnership With Global OEM Agreement -- HDS Integrates Advanced Machine Data Analytics to Support Complex Enterprise Data Center Environments
 



SANTA CLARA, Calif., Feb. 19, 2014 -- Glassbeam, Inc., the machine data analytics company, today announced a global OEM agreement with Hitachi Data Systems Corporation (HDS). Glassbeam’s flexible any data, any device, any cloud platform delivers advanced machine data analytics that provides OEM partners like HDS proactive information to manage storage, servers, networks and other IT assets for their enterprise customers.

Enterprise customers turn to Hitachi Data Systems to manage their complex infrastructure environments with stringent service level agreements (SLAs). To improve these SLAs and proactive resource planning, HDS will integrate Glassbeam’s patented log analysis solution in its Managed Private Cloud offering and enhance operational performance and availability. Mining and analyzing structured and multi-structured data in logs is becoming increasingly critical in operating these complex infrastructure environments to create business advantage. HDS plans to leverage Glassbeam as part of a log analytics service to their Managed Cloud Solutions customers.

“We are seeing explosive growth in managed storage and cloud solutions with global customers asking HDS to be their key infrastructure partner,” said Emmanuel Goutallier, Vice President and General Manager, Managed Cloud Solutions, Hitachi Data Systems. “Glassbeam solves a key challenge in log analysis by automating complex log formats and helps us stand behind tough SLAs with their ground-breaking log analysis platform and applications. Glassbeam has been a partner for a number of years with HDS and we are looking forward to expanding our services portfolio in 2014.”

Glassbeam’s any data, any device and any cloud solution is flexible enough for use in public cloud, private cloud and appliance models, making it the ideal choice for managed service providers and systems integrators looking to OEM machine data analytics technology. Hitachi Data Systems delivers the gold standard in enterprise information technology, including the cloud, providing customers complete solutions around data center operations. This provides HDS a clear competitive advantage.

“Glassbeam has strategic partnerships with the world’s largest product manufacturers, systems integrators and managed service providers, which validates both the rising importance of machine data analytics and the opportunity to create new revenue services,” added Puneet Pandit, CEO and founder, Glassbeam. “We are pleased to expand our partnership with Hitachi Data Systems with today’s OEM agreement, which contributes directly to its continued innovation, customer satisfaction and market leadership.”

Glassbeam’s patent-pending SaaS, business user friendly, and flexible Log Analytics Platform enables customers to reduce costs, increase revenues, accelerate product time to market, and improve customer satisfaction and retention. Glassbeam customers and partners include Fortune 500 companies and enterprises across a variety of markets including storage, wireless, networking and medical devices.

About Glassbeam

Glassbeam is the machine data analytics company. Bringing structure and meaning to data from any connected device, Glassbeam provides actionable intelligence around the Internet of Things. Glassbeam’s next generation cloud-based analytics platform is designed to organize and analyze multi-structured data, delivering powerful product and customer intelligence for companies including IBM, HDS, Aruba Networks and Meru Networks. For more information, visit www.glassbeam.com.
 

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