By Raj Patel, Senior Director, Corporate and Field Marketing –
Modern IT demands guaranteed performance and availability to help companies and their customers excel. At EMC World next week in Las Vegas, Virtual Instruments will show attendees exactly how we help them achieve this goal through infrastructure performance management (IPM). It’s common for IT teams to overprovision their IT application infrastructure in order to ensure performance. When performance degradations and unplanned outages occur, even the most experienced teams are forced into react-and-guess mode. With today’s explosive data growth and increasingly prominent cloud migration, bring your own device (BYOD) and software-defined strategies, overprovisioning and reacting-and-guessing is no longer a viable option. The pace of IT demands agility, accuracy and answers that drive optimal performance at all times.
Our team is at the forefront of helping companies guarantee performance and availability to their customers.
The Virtual Instruments team will be at booth #239, where we will showcase how our customers are redefining their approach to proactive performance management with our VirtualWisdom4 IPM platform. Vice President of Marketing and Alliances John Gentry is presenting a breakout session, “Learn How MetLife is Leveraging Infrastructure Performance Management (IPM) to ‘Guarantee the V’ in VMAX, VPLEX, VMware and VDI,” on Monday, May 4, at 4:30 p.m. in Lido 3003. John will discuss the critical role IPM plays in helping MetLife ensure its infrastructure supports and enables the company’s highly virtualized IT infrastructure.
As one of the largest life insurance companies in the world and a global provider of annuities, employee benefits and asset management, MetLife is committed to delivering innovative products and services. They leverage best-in-class solutions like VirtualWisdom4 to ensure that the digital aspects of their business are reliable and stable. MetLife is just one of countless companies we support to deliver better, smarter solutions to end users. IPM unifies performance monitoring in line with the modern demands of IT, including cross-functional alignment, advanced instrumentation and real-time decision making.
These are all aspects of the dynamic IT landscape improved with IPM. At EMC World, we look forward to hearing about your performance goals and your challenges attaining them, and helping you and your teams understand how you can guarantee the highest performance at the optimal cost and lowest risk.
Unable to attend EMC World? Not a problem. You can learn what infrastructure performance management with Virtual Instruments can do for your company here.