New elite resell partner designation empowers Hewlett Packard Enterprise customers to acquire the leading infrastructure performance analytics products directly from HPE
Las Vegas – June 9, 2016 – Virtual Instruments, the leader in infrastructure performance analytics, today announced it has joined the HPE Complete program. As one of a select few HPE Complete vendors, the Virtual Instruments’ VirtualWisdom solution achieved complete interoperability validation from HPE. This engagement gives customers and partners the ability to leverage the industry’s leading IT infrastructure performance monitoring and analytics platform to ensure optimal health, utilization and performance of their HPE servers, storage and networking products.
The HPE Complete program offers a one-stop shop for purchasing best-in-class products that complement HPE storage and server solutions – all with the added reliability of HPE’s interop assurance validation. Customers of Virtual Instruments can tap into the HPE ecosystem to minimize the risk, complexity and cost that can otherwise accompany multi-vendor technology deployments, especially as IT environments transition to more secure, cloud-enabled, mobile-friendly infrastructure.
VirtualWisdom4 provides insights into the performance and availability of an enterprise’s HPE deployment across physical, virtual and cloud environments. Designed to work seamlessly with the HPE 3PAR StoreServ storage and HPE converged systems, in addition to other HPE solutions, VirtualWisdom4 provides real-time performance insights that enable IT teams to expertly manage their ever-evolving infrastructures. Virtual Instruments’ work with HPE provides IT professionals the power to accelerate and de-risk infrastructure transformation, while ensuring reliable business-critical application performance.
“By deepening our relationship with HPE, we’re adding another dynamic resell partner to the extensive team of experts ready to serve our customers, engage our prospects and empower our channel partners with superior end-to-end solutions,” said John Gentry, chief technology officer of Virtual Instruments. “HPE is an established leader across all key infrastructure domains, making this a valuable proposition for the entire enterprise IT community.”
Virtual Instruments and its partner community are committed to delivering unparalleled infrastructure performance analytics solutions to both leading IT organizations and cloud service providers. Together, HPE and Virtual Instruments are providing a tried and true solution for expertly planning, monitoring and managing HPE estates.
“As a Virtual Instruments customer, we recognized the value Virtual Instruments provided to us for our internal IT environment. It was a logical next step for us to have Virtual Instruments join our HPE complete program,” said Marty Lans, senior director of storage connectivity and interoperability at HPE. “The Virtual Instruments product suite complements HPE storage and provides Tier-1 customers with a complete solution to proactively and efficiently manage their growing data processing demands. We are excited for our customers to deploy this solution and tap into the performance improvements and long-term cost benefits it will bring.”
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About Virtual Instruments
Virtual Instruments is the leader in infrastructure performance analytics and provides comprehensive infrastructure instrumentation and workload analytics for enterprise data centers. The company’s solutions give IT teams deep workload visibility and actionable insights into their end-to-end systems across cloud, virtual and physical environments. Virtual Instruments empowers companies to more easily evaluate and transition to new storage architectures and maximize the performance, availability and utilization of their production IT infrastructure. Recently merged with Load DynamiX, Virtual Instruments has nearly 500 customers, including enterprise IT, cloud service providers and storage vendors. The privately held company is headquartered in San Jose, Calif. For more information, visit http://www.virtualinstruments.com.