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Sanity Solutions Receives Active Archive Architect Certification from the Active Archive Alliance

Tuesday, June 26, 2012

Sanity Solutions announced today that it has become an Active Archive Certified Architect (AACA) by the Active Archive Alliance.  This certification recognizes that Sanity Solutions has been trained with the proper tools and expertise needed to work with data center administrators to create and engineer active archive solutions for data management and storage.

An active archive is a combined solution of open systems applications, disk and tape hardware that gives users an effortless means to store and manage all their data. It is ideal for companies that regularly manage high-volume digital assets or face exponential data growth as it provides a cost effective way to store large amounts of data with high reliability and accessibility.

“Our training and certification program is aimed at companies tasked with providing storage solutions that enable reliable, online and efficient access to unstructured file data,” said Floyd Christofferson, director of storage product marketing at SGI and an Active Archive Alliance board member. “Companies such as Sanity Solutions benefit from the knowledge of the latest data storage technologies that are enabling organizations to store and access vast volumes of data extremely efficiently and cost effectively.”

Drew Milles of Sanity Solutions participated in a two-day training program hosted by the Active Archive Alliance where its representatives were educated on how to best architect an active archive data center environment. The certification enables Sanity Solutions to expand its solution offerings for cloud and Big Data storage and management and to enable affordable ‘Tape as NAS’ storage offerings.

About The Active Archive Alliance
The Active Archive Alliance is a collaborative industry alliance dedicated to promoting active archives for simplified, online access to all archived data.  Launched in early 2010 by founding technology partners Dell, FileTek, Inc., QStar Technologies, SGI and Spectra Logic Corporation, the Active Archive Alliance is a vendor neutral organization open to leading providers of active archive technologies including file systems, active archive applications, cloud storage, and high density tape and disk storage, as well as individuals and end-users. Active Archive Alliance members provide active archive solutions, best practices, and industry testimonials so that organizations can achieve fast, online access to all their data in the most cost effective manner. Visit www.activearchive.com for more information.

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Chris George
Sanity Solutions
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cgeorge@sanitysolutions.com



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