Correlata Platform will be incorporated into GHS' cloud and managed services

NEW YORK - Sept. 23, 2019 - PRLog -- Correlata, a leading software company that specializes in Cognitive Analytics and machine learning around Data Center operations efficiency and risk mitigation, announced today a unique service delivery with GlassHosue Systems (GHS) in the US and Canada. Correlata's CorreAssess® Platform will be incorporated into GHS' unique cloud and managed services portfolio and will run on a Linux Guest under z/VM hypervisor using IBM IFL Processors.

Ofer Laksman, Correlata's CEO, states, "Correlata Solutions addresses the largest challenge within today's data center management domain - the inability to extract business indicators from technical metrics. Correlata provides a new concept which allows the organization with the ability to sense and visualize the DNA of their daily IT operational activities, making sure that you're not just up and running, but highly available, resilient per your design intentions and business objectives.

Correlata's CorreAssess® platform was adapted to run on a Linux Guest under z/VM hypervisor using IBM IFL Processors with the great support of IBM and GHS. This installation is a major extension of the coverage delivered by Correlata for Open Systems, allowing Correlata CorreAssess® to analyze the computing layers of IBM LinuxOne such as Logical Partitions and Hypervisor structures, in addition to the correlation with underlined infrastructure layers such as switches/directors and storage arrays.

Our strategic partnership with IBM extends the capability of CorreAssess® to Customers that are using the IBM LinuxONE system, utilizing Linux on the mainframe to host the application and centralize reporting and to enjoy the full coverage and benefits of Correlata's CorreAssess™ platform."

This new offering will enhance GHS service offering to deliver the most innovative set of solutions to utilize IT operational as a business driver to the organization. Correlata's services provide complete transparency around data center costs and operational efficiency, becoming the consistent validation platform to ensure that all risks are predicted in advance, helping companies meet compliance and regulatory standards.

David Antebi, GHS' CEO states, "GHS is excited to enable CorreAssess as a strategic offering in our managed services portfolio. Clients will have the unique capability of leveraging their existing mainframe infrastructure through an on-premise managed workload model or they can choose to have GHS host the application in our mainframe cloud.  Fully serviced, clients will benefit from the business insights CorreAssess provides while running on a platform they can trust."

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GHS is an enterprise IT services and infrastructure solution provider.  Founded in 1993, GHS has continually differentiated itself by leading with world-class technical support and industry leading technical solutions in partnership with IT's most relevant manufactures and publishers.  Headquartered in Chicago and Toronto, GHS services both the US and Canadian markets across all major industry sectors including clearance-based federal departments and ministries.

With dual headquarters in New York and Israel, Correlata is delivering world-class data center solutions providing vertical and horizontal visibility between management and its facilitators. Correlata provides the first business-IT collaboration solution that puts IT operations in a spotlight so companies can gain valuable insights that fuel the organization investment decisions. Correlata partners with leading Fortune 500 companies to include IBM, and extends its value to the GSA and the European Commission SME Instrument. More information can be found at and @Correlata_.

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