Nasuni Operations Center

The nerve center of Nasuni, our Operations Center provides world-class management, monitoring and support – truly enabling Storage-as-a-Service

The Nasuni Operations Center (NOC) represents the nervous system of the Nasuni solution. It’s through the NOC that the entire network of Nasuni Edge Appliances and Cloud Storage is monitored and managed. Staffed with our best engineers and 24×7 support team, the NOC ensures every aspect of the system is running at optimal performance.

In addition, the NOC is the data hub of Nasuni – collecting feedback from physical and virtual edge appliances as often as every minute – and allows our support team to identify, diagnose and resolve issues before they impact production environments.

Nasuni Benefits

Disaster Recovery

Learn how Nasuni protects your data and configuration in the event of a disaster - making sure you eliminate downtime


Customer Story

Long-time Nasuni Client, Cooley/Group relies on the proactive monitoring from the NOC to ensure their business operations are uninterrupted. Read the case study to learn more.

The Nerve Center

The Nasuni Operations Center sits at the center of the global Nasuni network. The NOC receives and processes millions of requests per hour, ranging from edge appliance-level commands and alerts to cloud monitoring reports. This level of information passing through the NOC puts Nasuni in a unique position to deliver a far more intelligent and complete storage solution.

All communication between NMC instances and edge appliances flow through the Nasuni Operations Center and the cloud. Even if physical or virtual edge appliances are offline or unavailable, the NOC will queue up commands and deliver them as edge appliances come back online. This way, Nasuni Edge Appliances and NMC do not need to be directly connected, increasing the ability to effectively manage hundreds of edge appliances spread throughout the globe.

Nasuni Edge Appliances are constantly communicating with the Operations Center to deliver information about their environment, the data they are responsible for and the current performance of their cloud storage. This data is then aggregated and processed, high-level output is provided to customers to help them manage their storage needs. In addition, the data is used to identify performance degradation of certain cloud storage, network connectivity challenges in some locations and potential support issues.


Proactive Support

Nasuni is a customer-driven company with a strong service orientation – much of our support is done proactively through alerts embedded within our system. This is possible due to alerts automatically generated by edge appliances communicating with the Nasuni Operations Center. Some alerts are innocuous and can be acknowledged by the support team without customer input. Others, however, are more significant and require ongoing dialogue between Nasuni support engineers and customers.

In these cases, Nasuni uses special capabilities only available to engineers at the NOC to communicate directly with each edge appliance without requiring the customer to babysit a LogMeIn or GoToMeeting session.

Talented and considerate engineers working 24 x 7, 365 days a year is why Nasuni’s support team is constantly regarded as the “best support team I’ve ever worked with.”

Built-in DR

Every edge appliance in the field keeps a copy of its “configuration bundle” stored in the Nasuni Operations Center. This bundle contains an encrypted collection of all of its configuration settings that is only available should an edge appliance need to be restored. The bundle is updated on changes – so IT never has to worry about making sure updates are synchronized.

Should an edge appliance meet an untimely demise from flood, fire, or just plain old component failure, its replacement (virtual machine or hardware appliance) will have access to its pre-established configuration bundle and complete dataset. Losing a storage array doesn’t mean days of rebuilding the system or configuring the appropriate settings. With a handful of clicks, the system will completely rebuild itself as if the disaster had never even happened.