Storage Field Day Delegates Recap #SFD16

In June, we hosted Storage Field Day at our Boston, MA headquarters. Here is a collection of articles that were written about the event!

July 26, 2018

Last month, we hosted Storage Field Day at our headquarters in Boston, MA. The Storage Field Day delegates – storage industry experts from an array of consulting firms, resellers, vendors, and news publications – arrived to hear about what we’ve been up to, and engage in some lively conversation with our product team. At the end of the event, everyone left with a newfound appreciation for how customers are using Nasuni to modernize primary and archive file storage, data protection, and multi-site file sharing. But don’t take our word for it, below, we’ve curated a few of the posts that came out of the event. And don’t forget to bookmark this page as we’ll be updating it frequently as more articles are written.

Keiran Shelden of ReadySetVirtual:

“This was one of my favourite presentations. These guys are not messing around, their product is important to them and their message was clear that they mean business. Not only did the panel provide good feedback during the session, but conversations continued afterwards, and this showed that they really cared about the community’s thoughts and ideas.”

Keiran Shelden, ReadySetVirtual

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Matt Lieb, of VirtuallyTiedToMyDesktop:

“In this world of storage, where the prevalence of file-based storage is growing at a rate of 10 times that of block based storage, and the drive to the cloud is prevalent, a simple, scalable, manageable, and well thought out licensing model, requiring growth without necessarily buying more disc onsite, and availability wherever and however desired, is a real solution, bringing the kind of functionality to these solutions, allowing they type of growth we see and desire for our organizations. I see this as particularly beneficial in my patch, where companies with minds toward acquisition, and global reach, even where compliance issues abound, as data sovereignty issues and regulations occur regularly can benefit.”

Matt Lieb, VirtuallyTiedToMyDesktop

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René van den Bedem of VCDX133:

RoundTower Technologies sells a lot of Nasuni, which is how I came to know about their UniFS solution. Nasuni has come a long way from their early days, and the size of their customer-base is proportional to their growth as a company. — What I like about their product strategy, is they have led with public cloud, rather than adding it on as an afterthought. This cloud-first architecture gives them the unique ability to provide enterprise file services that scale globally across many geographic sites. If you need to provide multi-site enterprise file services and you are currently caught in the mesh of legacy NAS to get that done, then consider Nasuni as an alternative.

René van den Bedem, VCDX133

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In case you missed it, you can find the recorded livestream of the event here at

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