Lenovo TruScale infrastructure as-a-service offerings expand in collaboration with Veeam, Nutanix and Red Hat, gaining traction with customers
Lenovo has announced enhancements to its Lenovo TruScale portfolio, as demand grows from CIOs and IT leaders for the flexibility and value that as-a-service technology solutions deliver throughout the enterprise. New infrastructure offerings include backup and hybrid cloud solutions, delivered in partnership with industry leaders Veeam, Nutanix and Red Hat, which will be made available worldwide in 2023.
Momentum for Lenovo TruScale offerings is growing, with the value of infrastructure-as-a-service business wins constantly growing quarter-on-quarter since FY21/22. A Lenovo 2022 global study of CIOs found that 92% of IT leaders said they would consider adding as-a-service offerings over the next two years.
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Lenovo TruScale Backup as a Service with Veeam enables enterprises to manage their increasing data volumes and securely restore critical data in the event of a security breach. Based on Veeam’s backup software and platform and Lenovo ThinkSystem Servers and DE Storage Systems, this solution is incorporated into existing Lenovo TruScale data management offerings and delivered via an on-premises private cloud model, simplifying the experience for IT teams. With this new solution, customers will now be able to improve backup reliability, and increase performance and flexibility with a modular and flexible design. They can also reduce capital expenses and costs of downtime and deployment.
The other new addition is Lenovo TruScale Hybrid Cloud with Nutanix, hosted on Lenovo’s ThinkAgile HX HCI platform. Leveraging core software from Nutanix – Nutanix Acropolis AOS operating system, Nutanix Acropolis AHV Hypervisor and Nutanix Prism, the solution offers the security and control of on-premises infrastructure and the flexibility of hybrid cloud. Enterprises have the leeway to dial up or down infrastructure deployment without incurring significant capital outlay, reducing the financial burden. Unencumbered by the need to manage complex IT, companies can make quick and effective decisions, given installation, deployment, configuration, 24/7 monitoring, and incident support are handled by Lenovo.
Lastly, Lenovo has also joined forces with Red Hat to bring to market a new hybrid cloud solution that will run on Red Hat OpenShift. Lenovo TruScale Hybrid Cloud with Red Hat will provide an enterprise-ready Kubernetes container platform hosted on Lenovo’s best in class ThinkAgile and ThinkSystem enabling an on-premises cloud experience. With this end-to-end hybrid cloud solution, enterprise customers will benefit from a fully managed as-a-service hybrid cloud for running their business applications. This consumption-based price model will enable them to step into modernizing applications and accelerating the adoption of containers in a hybrid cloud …