Virtue is the only value added distributor to offer end-to-end virtualization products and services in France, offering expertise around storage, backup, servers and applications. By carrying Virtual Instruments’
“A partner should have a deep understating of your technology and a strong knowledge of the local market; we chose Virtue because it has undisputable expertise in storage and virtualization and a brilliant track record selling to major French IT departments,”
“At a time when end users continue to purchase large amounts of capacity, despite the availability of technologies, such as thin provisioning and data de-duplication, Virtual Instruments enables them to analyze how their storage and virtualization infrastructures are performing. This helps maximize application performance and their existing resources to make better educated server, switch and storage purchasing decisions going forward,” said Jean-Marie Nana, CTO and co-founder, Virtue. “We are looking forward to showing our customers how significantly we can help them improve the performance, availability and utilization of their SANs and virtualized IT infrastructures.”
Virtue will focus on large organizations in the financial, retail, insurance, manufacturing, healthcare, telecommunications and government spaces, and has already introduced Virtual Instruments’
“Although moving to a virtualized environment seemed like an easy decision on paper, our team had to consider how such an infrastructure would impact day-to-day activities,”
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About Virtual Instruments
Virtual Instruments offers the award-winning VirtualWisdom virtual infrastructure optimization solution that provides deep monitoring and analysis of how the virtualized IT infrastructure and the SAN affect business-critical application performance. Customers such as Barclay’s Card Services, Kaiser Permanente and Unilever achieve significant cost savings in virtualization and SAN deployments by optimizing utilization, performance and availability of IT resources. Leading system and storage vendors including IBM, HP, HDS, Dell and EMC leverage Virtual Instruments to design and optimize SAN solutions for enterprise customers. The company was founded in June 2008 via a spin-out from Finisar Corp.; it has headquarters in Scotts Valley, Calif., and can be found online at http://www.virtualinstruments.com.