The company has seen 80% growth in new customer revenue thanks to increased demand and ransomware threats.
Nasuni this week announced record results for its fiscal year ending December 31, 2021. Unprecedented demand for Nasuni’s cloud-native file services platform drove the growth. This happened as enterprises accelerated the migration of critical file infrastructure to the cloud.
Ransomware threats have also pressured enterprises to rethink their approach to critical data infrastructure. According to a 2020 McKinsey report, the global pandemic has caused enterprise IT to accelerate digital transformation plans by three to four years, and cloud migration is a key part of those plans. The company also recently showcased Nasuni Labs. This is an open source repository for its customers to enable innovation with its file services platform powered by community collaboration
Massive growth supported by a “strong customer community”
Driven by Nasuni’s strong customer community, Nasuni Labs is a new open source repository on GitHub. This repository hosts projects built using the Nasuni files services platform and other third-party technologies. These in turn give customers access to innovations powered by community collaboration. All Nasuni Labs solutions will be publicly available for customers to use and customize. There is no charge for these tools, aside from any cloud costs.
The company’s first projects focus on Analytics, Search and Automation. For example, the new Nasuni Labs-built Analytics Connector Scheduler makes it easy to search and analyze file data. The system uses best-of-breed cloud analytics solutions from AWS and Azure.
Amazon Kendra and Elasticsearch are examples of cloud services that customers can leverage for their file data using Nasuni Labs.
In addition, Nasuni Labs automation and orchestration offerings allow customers to deploy and configure the platform at scale. This supports Nasuni’s ability to deploy in large enterprises with fewer IT resource requirements. New tools simplify management, streamline core administrative tasks and orchestrate provisioning and reporting operations.
“In 2021, we saw enterprise IT leaders increasingly turn to the cloud to solve their challenges with explosive data growth and endless threats of ransomware attacks. Our continued growth validates the approach of a file data services platform being the key to managing cost and providing outstanding data protection via the cloud,” said Paul Flanagan, CEO of Nasuni.
“This past year was another exceptional year for the company and we’re confident that our plans around product innovation and continued outstanding customer support will lead to 2022 being an even better year for Nasuni.”