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DNA Connect inks Sbox distie deal

02 Nov 16

Sbox is a provider of automated deployment and management for leading big data platforms. Yesterday the company announced that DNA Connect (DNA) has joined its 'Partner First Program' as a national distributor.

Through the partnership, DNA will expand the reach of Sbox’s solutions throughout Australia and New Zealand.Tony Ayaz, CEO of Sbox, says big data has matured and serves as a core strategic asset for many organisations.

“Highly strategic IT assets require dedicated turn-key solutions, especially when it comes to enabling the full capabilities of big data platforms,” he explains.

“With DNA’s proven track record, we’re honoured to partner with them to scale our operations in ANZ.”

Sbox works in the realm of delivering speed, simplicity and security for global IT and security teams. The company is engineered to easily scale the deployment and daily operations of big data platforms such as Splunk and Hadoop. 

With Sbox, users also have access to integrated security applications with a comprehensive suite of solutions.

The Sbox Manager is an intuitive user interface, which the company says makes it fast and easy to set up, modify, review and help manage leading big data platforms.

Munsoor Khan, executive director of DNA Connect says Sbox provides a great opportunity for their partners to add even more value to customers who are struggling to provide adequate IT resources.

“We’re looking forward to working with Sbox as part of our Big Data and Security solutions.”

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