SAN JOSE, Calif. – (May 1, 2013) – Virtual Instruments, the leader in Infrastructure Performance Management (IPM) for physical, virtual and cloud computing environments, today announced rapid customer adoption of its infrastructure performance management platform, VirtualWisdom. Over the past six months the company has increased the rate of new customer acquisition per quarter by more than 50 percent. Today, 30 percent of the companies on the Fortune 100 list are Virtual Instruments customers. According to industry analyst reports, the market for solutions to address infrastructure performance management will be $9 billion globally by 2015.
IT departments are dealing with unprecedented levels of complexity, which is causing them to lose control of their infrastructure. Three major technology developments – virtualization, cloud and mobile – have enabled IT to extend the reach of mission-critical applications, but have limited the enterprise’s ability to manage the underlying systems infrastructure. IT infrastructure today is expected to perform better, faster and more consistently than at any other time in history, while at the same time adapting to an exponentially increasing rate of change.
As a result, companies are paying more attention to infrastructure performance and finding they need a purpose-built platform to manage physical, virtual and cloud infrastructures. The requirements of an infrastructure performance management platform include:
“Enterprise IT is going through a massive period of transformation as organizations invest in optimizing their environments for cloud, mobility and big data. As a result the performance of the underlying infrastructure is becoming even more critical to an organization’s success, and understanding this from ‘end-to-end’ and in real-time is becoming critical,” said Simon Robinson, Research Vice President at 451 Research. “Any offering that meets the requirements for performance management needs to collect and correlate granular metrics from multiple devices throughout the system, in as close to real-time as possible.”
Virtual Instruments is experiencing unprecedented adoption among new customers and is also seeing consistent expansion of its VirtualWisdom platform throughout its existing customer base. As customers recognize the return on investment associated with deploying VirtualWisdom they are moving quickly to expand deployment across their infrastructure.
“The growing dependence we all have on online services is putting increased pressure on IT organizations to ensure applications are available 24/7 to meet the ‘dial-tone’ expectations of their users,” said John W. Thompson, CEO at Virtual Instruments. “Downtime or even a modest amount of latency is no longer acceptable. We have developed a solution for IT professionals that can help them troubleshoot issues and, ultimately, optimize their infrastructure for maximum performance. Our IPM platform, VirtualWisdom, allows IT to proactively control both the cost and performance of the infrastructure to deliver the best value for their companies.”
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