Infrastructure VAD Arrow ECS has been appointed as official Nutanix Authorised Training Center Provider (Nutanix ATP) for Belgium, Denmark, Finland, France, Luxembourg, the Netherlands, Norway, Spain as well as Sweden.
As a Nutanix ATP, Arrow will offer core technical courses and administration courses, in particular regarding enterprise cloud solutions and enterprise cloud administration, as well as advanced administration and performance management. As part of its Nutanix University curriculum Nutanix also offers additional online training.
Customers will be able to obtain several Nutanix certifications such as Nutanix Certified Professional (NCP) and Nutanix Certified Advanced Professional (NCAP).
“Arrow’s appointment as Nutanix ATP is the latest milestone of a strong collaboration, building on our existing distribution agreement and the creation of joint innovative solutions for the IT channel and end customers”, says Annette Baldenegro, senior manager, authorised training partners and education operations at Nutanix. “Providing industry-leading training is a major element of Arrow's overall value-added services and technology provisioning mix, and we are pleased to take our joint market approach with Arrow to the next level.”
For the past two decades Arrow’s education business group has been an official training provider for many leading IT vendors, and the company offers a variety of advanced learning technologies such as Arrow Virtual Classroom.
“Following a review of our capabilities by Nutanix in terms of online and physical training delivery capacities, system hardware, certified trainers and our training schedule we are happy to join Nutanix’s ATP Partner Program”, says Jacques Assant, business development director for Arrow ECS in EMEA. “While multi-cloud, edge computing, IoT and AI security increase complexities in the market we are pleased to add this leading enterprise cloud computing and hyper-converged infrastructure solutions provider to our training schedule, helping IT professionals to increase their skills.”