With the opening of the data center, Neverfail expands its cloud practice internationally to create a resilient, tailored cloud for global enterprises and service providers that need mission-critical hosting in the EMEA region, without the threat of downtime.
Neverfail has been named #3 on The Channel Company’s 2016 CRN® Fast Growth 150 list. The list is CRN’s annual ranking of North America-based technology integrators, solution providers and IT consultants with gross sales of at least $1 million who have experienced significant economic growth over the past two years. The 2016 list is based on gains in gross revenue between 2013 and 2015, and the companies recognized represent a total, combined revenue of more than $25 billion.
Artisan Infrastructure has renamed the company Neverfail and acquired Vertiscale, a developer of Workspace-as-a-Service (WaaS) technology for managed service providers (MSPs). With the acquisition, Neverfail customers now have access to one of the industry’s largest portfolios of cloud-based technologies from a single vendor. Neverfail’s single pane-of-glass management of multiple mission-critical services provide MSPs and enterprise customers with a simple, efficient way to expand their service offerings and improve their profitability.
CRN has named Artisan Infrastructure CEO Brian Hierholzer to its prestigious list of 2016 Channel Chiefs. The executives on this annual list represent top leaders in the IT channel who excel at driving growth and revenue in their organizations through channel partners.
HybriStor is a next generation data protection solution with PBBA capabilities that meets the most rigorous data recovery requirements of businesses for recovery point objectives (RPOs) and rapid recovery time objectives (RTOs). With nearly unlimited scalability, the solution provides an answer to the problem of explosive data growth which has slowed legacy solutions to a crawl and restricted backup and archive windows for many organizations.
The company’s cloud infrastructure recognized the Level 3 Communications’ fiber cut outage, which was caused by third-party construction. Despite three backbone carriers going down that serve Artisan cloud services, the company and its service provider customers were minimally affected.
This recognition follows a series of wins and successes for Artisan Infrastructure this year — including recently being named to the 2015 Inc. 500 list of America’s Fastest Growing Companies, 2015 CRN Channel Chief Awards and 2015 Talkin’ Cloud Top 7 Cloud Service Providers in the Southwest.
The first solution ecosystem of its kind, designed to facilitate a direct relationship between Managed Service Providers (MSPs) and ISVs, the Certified Solution Ecosystem expedites the selection, adoption, and deployment of software solutions already certified to perform on Cornerstone, Artisan Infrastructure’s wholesale IaaS.
Artisan Infrastructure, provider of channel-only cloud infrastructure, cloud management and business continuity solutions, announced today it has renamed the company Neverfail and acquired Vertiscale, developer of Workspace-as-a-Service (WaaS) technology for managed service providers (MSPs).
eist launched Continuity Engine, a high availability solution that offers complete failover for Environet. To develop this solution, Geist partnered with Neverfail, a software company based in Austin, Texas.
CRN has named Neverfail as #3 on their 2016 CRN® Fast Growth 150 list. The list is CRN’s annual ranking of North America-based technology integrators, solution providers and IT consultants with gross sales of at least $1 million who have experienced significant economic growth over the past two years.
Neverfail, an Austin-based provider of cloud computing services formerly known as Artisan Infrastructure, has acquired Vertiscale, an Austin-based developer of technology for managed service providers. Terms were not disclosed.
Channel-facing cloud infrastructure vendor Neverfail has acquired Vertiscale, developer of a secure Workspace-as-a-Service (WaaS) remote access platform, in a move to build out its cloud-based services portfolio for its MSP clients.
Aiming to expand the scope of its cloud computing services, Artisan Infrastructure announced it acquired Vertiscale to obtain a workspace-as-a-service (WaaS) platform. At the same time, Artisan Infrastructure also announced that it is changing its name to Neverfail.
Artisan Infrastructure has rebranded the company as Neverfail and acquired Vertiscale, which develops a Workspace-as-a-Service (WaaS) platform for managed service providers (MSPs). The cloud company confirmed both moves this morning and will brief partners and customers during ChannelCon 2016 this week in Hollywood, Fla.
Austin-based Artisan Infrastructure bought Vertiscale Inc., a local developer of workspace-as-a-service technology for managed service providers, according to an Artisan Infrastructure announcement. Financial terms of the deal were not disclosed. Artisan has also rebranded under a new name as Neverfail LLC.
Austin-based Artisan Infrastructure, a provider of cloud-based infrastructure and business continuity software, said it has renamed itself as NeverFail, and acquired Vertiscale, a developer of technology for the managed service provider (MSP) business. Financial terms of the acquisition were not disclosed. Vertiscale had developed software which is used by managed service providers, to allow their clients access to data and applications, which is now called Neverfail Workspaces. Neverfail is led by Brian Hierholzer.
HybriStor™ fills a critical gap in many service provider offerings, allowing them to onboard customers that want to leverage the cloud but do not want to replace their current data protection software.
Neverfail Continuity Engine is a finalist in the data backup and recovery software category for Products of the Year. Continuity Engine is a BC/DR software platform that monitors IT environments and automates failover and failback of mission-critical applications. Version 7.1.1 adds support for VMware vSphere 6.0 Data Protection, VMware vCenter Server 6.0 and View Composer 6.0, as well as WAN optimization for DR.