Violin Memory Selects Glassbeam’s Next generation Platform for Machine Data Analytics
Glassbeam, Inc., the machine data analytics company, today announced that Violin Memory®, Inc. (NYSE: VMEM), a leading provider of all-flash storage arrays and appliances, has selected the Glassbeam platform to deliver key performance and Health Check analytics for its upcoming client portal. Through these advanced analytics, Violin Memory will deliver differentiated, mission-critical performance that extends their customers’ ability to be agile in responding to market and industry requirements, and thereby provide predictable information technology leadership.
Violin Memory designs and manufactures storage products that transform the speed of business, providing high-performance, always-available and low-cost management of critical business information and applications. With the advent of the Internet of Things (IoT), Violin Memory’s storage products generate complex machine data as call-home that has tremendous value for its internal business operations and its customers to provide proactive, predictive and prescriptive intelligence through online portals.
With Glassbeam SCALAR, Violin Memory can collect, organize and convert complex and large log files, and turn this into actionable business intelligence. Additionally, thousands of Violin Memory’s end-users can use Glassbeam inside Salesforce, with its recent single sign on integration, through a single URL. Glassbeam’s IoT platform allows Violin Memory to offer its customers an entirely new dimension of value-added service including the ability to take proactive remedial measures to ensure that all systems work effectively with minimal downtime.
Glassbeam’s patent-pending, cloud-based technology enables customers to reduce costs, increase revenues, accelerate product time to market, and improve customer satisfaction and retention. Glassbeam customers and partners include Fortune 500 companies and enterprises across a variety of markets including storage, wireless, networking and medical devices.
“After looking at various machine data analytics vendors and home-grown projects, we chose Glassbeam on account of its unique ability to parse a variety of complex data at scale. As a customer-centric organization, we are always looking to offer a better end-user experience, and we truly believe that Glassbeam will provide substantial value toward this effort.”
– Ebrahim Abbasi, senior vice president of operations, Violin Memory, Inc.
“Violin Memory is a forward-thinking storage solutions innovator, and our partnership validates Glassbeam’s ability to provide business value to end-customers who are actually using the devices being analyzed. This also validates our integration with Salesforce and will benefit all CRM users who need support analytics adjacent to case information.”
– Puneet Pandit, CEO and co-founder, Glassbeam, Inc.
About Violin Memory, Inc.
Business in a Flash. Violin Memory transforms the speed of business with high performance, always available, low cost management of critical business information and applications. Violin’s All Flash optimized solutions accelerate breakthrough CAPEX and OPEX savings for building the next generation data center. Violin’s Flash Fabric Architecture™ (FFA) speeds data delivery with chip-to-chassis performance optimization that achieves lower consistent latency and cost per transaction for Cloud, Enterprise and Virtualized mission-critical applications. Violin’s All Flash Arrays and Appliances, and enterprise data management software solutions enhance agility and mobility while revolutionizing data center economics. Founded in 2005, Violin Memory is headquartered in Santa Clara, California.
Glassbeam is the machine data analytics company. Bringing structure and meaning to data from any connected device, Glassbeam provides actionable intelligence around the Internet of Things. Glassbeam’s next generation cloud-based analytics platform is designed to organize and analyze multi-structured data, delivering powerful product and customer intelligence for companies including IBM, HDS, Aruba Networks and Meru Networks.