New Horizons joins Arrow's global training alliance for IBM Global Training
Infrastructure VAD Arrow ECS has announced that New Horizons Worldwide recently joined Arrow’s global training alliance, a unique global learning ecosystem that makes IBM training available around the world, delivered in a consistent manner and based on local requirements. New Horizons operates more than 300 training centers in 70 countries and offers a wide range of technology, applications, and business skills training from basic application and desktop productivity tools to complex and integrated business systems. The addition of authorized IBM training from Arrow ECS to New Horizon's offerings will allow the company to provide even more training solutions to its customers. Arrow's global training alliance is being extended and adapted to local customer requirements on an ongoing basis. Arrow's dedicated IBM Global Training website, http://edu.arrow.com/ibm, is subject to continuous update regarding the latest regions and training added. Arrow and the members of Arrow’s global training alliance are in the process of implementing IBM Global Training in 130 countries. The scope of available training includes:
- IBM Systems training (i.e., IBM Power Systems, IBM PureSystems, IBM System Storage and Storage Networking)
- IBM System x and BladeCenter
- IBM System z
- Cloud Computing
- IBM Software Trainings (i.e., Business Analytics, Information Management, Collaboration, Product Lifecycle Management, Rational, Tivoli and WebSphere)
Arrow adds SoftLayer services to cloud portfolio
Infrastructure VAD Arrow ECS has expanded its cloud services portfolio with the addition of solutions from SoftLayer, an IBM Company. Through a new reseller agreement, Arrow will distribute SoftLayer cloud services in Africa, Austria, Belgium, Canada, Croatia, Czech Republic, Denmark, Estonia, Finland, France, Germany, Hungary, Iceland, Israel, Luxembourg, Morocco, the Middle East, the Netherlands, Norway, Poland, Serbia, Slovenia, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland, the United Kingdom and the United States. Softlayer offers unique benefits to customers seeking a high-performance infrastructure cloud service, including bare metal and virtual servers in one platform and with a seamless global network for exceptional performance, flexibility and control. The modular ArrowSphere platform provides automated provisioning and consolidated billing for cloud services from leading service providers, facilitating transactions with more than 500 customers every day. In addition to ArrowSphere, Arrow enables the transformation of the channel to the cloud through workshops, business transformation roadmaps and tools to build and scale cloud practices.
Arrow ECS stores on Hitachi Data Systems
Netherlands: storage vendor Hitachi Data Systems has inked a new distribution partnership with infrastructure VAD Arrow ECS.
Arrow offers Veeam Certified Engineer Education and Certification
Multispecialist Arrow Electronics has become an official Veeam Authorized Education Centre (VMAEC) across Europe and North America. As part of the new Veeam Certified Engineer Certification Program, IT professionals will now be able to become more educated by completing the Veeam Certified Engineer (VMCE) process through Arrow’s education division within its enterprise computing solutions segment. Arrow offers the VMCE training in Austria, Belgium, Canada, Denmark, Finland, France, Israel, the Netherlands, Sweden, the United Kingdom and Ireland and the United States. The training is designed to support systems engineers who are using Veeam solutions as well as pre-sales engineers of Veeam’s ProPartners network.
This new training and certification programme has recently been launched by Veeam and Arrow and addresses modern data protection in enterprise environments. Both Veeam partners and end user engineers will be able to educate and certify as VMCE. Veeam is a provider of backup, replication and virtualization management solutions. Each class includes both lecture and hands-on elements that allow students to learn about the technology and its configuration. Arrow trains participants in its own education labs based on real-world customer scenarios. The three-day instructor-led training will be concluded with a proctored exam at a Pearson Vue test centre near the student's location.
SAS to rely on the channel
Software editor SAS is moving from a direct-only to a mixed-channel model in a bid to compete in the big data world. The analytics giant has already lined up its first two UK partners – Computacenter and SCC – as it looks to lean on the channel's relationships with the CIOs who control big data purchasing decisions, while a global relationship with distributor Arrow has also been inked (no particular country being named although). A dedicated alliances team has been formed, while changes have been made to its legal and licensing process, pre-sales, sales compensation and marketing strategy. As well as VARs, SAS is looking to recruit vertical solution providers that embed their technology into a joint vertical proposition. Technology partnerships with the likes of SAP, Oracle and Hadoop providers are also in the works, while the firm is also looking to add more systems integrators to boost its delivery capability (source : Channelweb UK).
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