Here at Nasuni, we believe that the customer experience from the sales process to production launch should be a seamless one. Our Nasuni Customer Lifecycle Process provides just that. New customers are immediately assigned a Customer Success Manager and Senior Professional Services Consultant to begin the implementation process. Our Professional Services Team follows a structured approached of understanding the customer’s environment and maximizing their return on using the Nasuni Service. Once in production, our Customer Support Team and assigned Customer Success Manager will provide a proactive, close relationship.
The Nasuni Customer Support Team consistently delivers over 95% customer satisfaction ratings to our customer base. We accomplish this by building a team of highly technical engineers that truly enjoy providing exceptional customer service. Combine this with our proactive monitoring built into the service and you can see why our customers rave about our support.
Our dedicated Support Engineers provide professional technical support from our Company Headquarters. The team provides 24/7 on call coverage for after normal business hours, and on weekends and holidays. Please review the Support Data Sheet for severity definitions and associated response times.
The Nasuni Professional Services Team is comprised of Senior Technologists that have expertise in various technologies and protocol that will interoperate with the Nasuni Service during implementation and into production. The PS Consultants work with customers on a formalized implementation plan that includes: site readiness checklist, detailed rollout plan, data migration, pre-production testing and production rollout.
The Customer Success Manager (CSM) is assigned to all customers to provide continuity throughout implementation and into production launch. The CSM is the voice of the customer within Nasuni. This is accomplished by establishing regular customer calls based on the customer’s preference to: review product roadmaps, solicit product feedback, feature requests and provide technical training on new features and functionality. Please review the Customer Success Manager Data Sheet for more details.
After you get your Nasuni Filer up and running on either a virtualization platform or a Nasuni hardware appliance, use this guide to complete the initial configuration and get started using your Nasuni Filer productively.Download File
This document outlines the steps necessary to get your Nasuni Filer up and running.Download File
If you are running the Nasuni Filer on a virtualization platform, use this guide to install the Nasuni Filer on a virtualization platform within a corporate network.Download File
The Best Practices Guide is intended to assist the IT administrator or person responsible for managing unified storage using the Nasuni Filer storage controller. This step-by-step guide provides procedures for planning, installing, configuring, operating, and troubleshooting the Nasuni Filer.Download File
Instructions for installing the Nasuni Filer or Nasuni Management Console as a Microsoft Azure cloud virtual machine.Download File
Instructions for installing the Nasuni Filer or Nasuni Management Console as an Amazon EC2 cloud virtual machine.Download File
If you manage multiple Nasuni Filers, the Nasuni Management Console (NMC) offers simple, central administration of all your Nasuni Filers. This document is a concise summary of the steps necessary to install and use the Nasuni Management Console (NMC).Download File
The Nasuni Filer NF-50 hardware appliance is your connection to Nasuni’s services, giving you a single point of control to manage your storage. Our Service enables you to absorb data growth, reduce headaches due to backups, and experience the security of offsite replication. The Nasuni Filer hardware appliance is easy to install, taking no more than 15 minutes to set up.Download File
Nasuni Filer Hardware Getting Started Guide for the NF-100.Download File
Nasuni Filer Hardware Getting Started Guide for the NF-200.Download File
Nasuni Filer Hardware Getting Started Guide for the NF-400.Download File
Nasuni Filer Hardware Getting Started Guide for the NF-400H.Download File
Nasuni Filer Hardware Getting Started Guide for the NF-440.Download File
Nasuni Mobile Access allows you to access data from mobile devices such as iPhones, iPads, and Android smartphones. This document is a concise summary of procedures for enabling, configuring, and using Nasuni Mobile Access.Download File
Required disclosures of Nasuni's use of third-party components.Download File
If you manage multiple Nasuni Filers, the Nasuni Management Console (NMC) offers simple, central administration of all your Nasuni Filers. This document provides complete information for installing, configuring, and administering the Nasuni Management Console.Download File
Instructions for downloading, installing and configuring the Nasuni VSS Hardware Provider.Download File
This document outlines how to convert the VMware virtual hardware to version 10 and how to use the vSphere Web Client to manage the virtual machine.Download File
The Integrated Dell Remote Access Controller (iDRAC) is a Dell controller that provides remote management capabilities for Nasuni Filer hardware appliances. This document is intended to guide you in configuring iDRAC on the Nasuni Filer hardware appliance.Download File
The Nasuni API has been available in the Nasuni Filer since September 2012 (version 4.0.1) and is in use by hundreds of mobile clients worldwide. Previously, the Nasuni API was only used internally by Nasuni. We are now exposing the Nasuni API to customers to use for their own integrations.Download File
This document discusses some typical scenarios requiring particular access to data, and how different combinations of protocols can help provide the access that clients need.Download File
Use these worksheets to plan the features of a Nasuni Filer, volume, or share.Download File
This Administration Guide is intended for the IT administrator or person responsible for managing Network Attached Storage (NAS) and Storage Area Networks (SAN) using the Nasuni Filer user interface. This document contains complete information for configuring, operating, maintaining, and troubleshooting the Nasuni Filer.Download File
Nasuni offers the optional Bulk Data Load Service, by which large quantities
of data can be moved to Nasuni’s cloud component speedily and securely.
This document offers suggestions for configuring the cache of the Nasuni Filer.Download File
The purpose of this document is to outline how the Nasuni Filer and the Nasuni Management Console are compatible with, and provide support for, various technologiesDownload File
This document explains the steps for testing the Disaster Recovery process for restoring the Nasuni Filer in a simulated Disaster Recovery scenario.Download File
Overview of the documentation available for Nasuni's services and products.Download File
This document describes how best to configure Windows and Nasuni permissions for CIFS shares.Download File
This document presents recommended settings for installing the Nasuni Filer on a virtual machine.Download File
This document outlines the steps necessary to install and use Nasuni Desktop Client.Download File
This document outlines the steps necessary to install and use the Nasuni Desktop Client. Your system administrator might provide you with configuration information.Download File
This document explains how to use Robocopy, a Microsoft Windows tool, to migrate data from a Windows file server to the Nasuni Filer. Robocopy has been bundled with Windows operating systems since the Vista and Server 2008 versions.Download File
The Nasuni Filer is your connection to Nasuni’s services, giving you a single point of control to manage your storage in your EMC ViPR cloud. Our Service enables you to absorb data growth, reduce headaches due to backups, and experience the security of offsite replication.Download File
This document outlines the standard settings for Apple’s Mac OS X in order to improve performance of the Nasuni Filer when browsing network shares.Download File
This document describes several ways to configure Revit files to take advantage of the Nasuni Filer’s features, including Global Locking.Download File
The Nasuni Filer is your connection to Nasuni’s services, giving you a single point of control to manage your storage in your Microsoft Azure cloud. Our Service enables you to absorb data growth, reduce headaches due to backups, and experience the security of offsite replication.Download File
This document discusses DFS and how DFS can work with the Nasuni Filer.Download File
This document contains a summary of best practice recommendations for managing encryption keys for the Nasuni Filer.Download File
This document explains how to resize the cache and snapshot (copy-on-write or COW) disks for the Nasuni Filer on the following platforms: VMware ESX/ESXi, Microsoft Hyper-V, Microsoft Azure, and Amazon EC2. Nasuni also offers
hardware appliances for organizations with larger cache needs.
The Nasuni Filer offers a number of security features that customers can leverage to safeguard their data.Download File
The Remote Support Service allows authorized Nasuni Technical Support personnel to access a Nasuni Filer remotely and securely. This can help Nasuni Technical Support to diagnose and resolve any issues with the Nasuni Filer quickly and proactively.Download File
“The Nasuni support team is excellent. They are knowledgeable, professional and quick to respond.”