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VKernel Partners with Leading Australian Distributor
VKernel Corporation, a provider of easy-to-use and quick-to-deploy virtual appliances for managing virtual server environments, today announced a partnership with Infotronics Software, a leading value added distributor specializing in server virtualization.  Under the agreement, Infotronics will distribute VKernel's Suite of Virtual Appliances for analyzing capacity bottlenecks, implementing chargeback, and gaining cost visibility in VMware ESX environments to its network of resellers and solution providers throughout Australasia.

"By rapidly solving specific server virtualization issues such as cost visibility, chargeback, and capacity bottlenecks, VKernel virtual appliances provide instantaneous value and benefits to any organization involved in a virtualization project," said Alex Bakman, founder and CEO of VKernel.  "Our relationship with Infotronics should immediately increase market opportunities for VKernel's products throughout Australasia."

The VKernel Virtual Appliance Suite for Systems Management is a set of "plug-and-play" virtual appliances designed to quickly solve real world systems management challenges as organizations migrate to VMware virtual environments.  VKernel products quickly enable IT groups to immediately solve today's critical pain points by providing visibility into the capacity and resource consumption of each virtual machine.  VKernel is currently offering a Chargeback Virtual Appliance for gaining cost visibility and implementing chargeback, and a Capacity Bottleneck Analyzer Virtual Appliance for identifying and eliminating capacity bottlenecks. 

"Infotronics has a renowned practice of only dealing with best-of breed vendors and VKernel is no exception.  Their product offerings in the virtualization space have won them numerous awards and we see their Virtual Appliances for Systems Management as something the VMware community in our region will gain real benefit from," Phil Lancaster, technical director, Infotronics Software.  "Virtualization continues to be a core area of focus for us, and adding VKernel to our product offerings is a welcome addition to our portfolio."

Infotronics has extensive experience in key areas, such as virtualization, virtual desktop infrastructure (VDI), and server based computing.  The products that Infotronics distributes enable its partners to deliver enhanced solutions securely, reliably, and with maximum impact.

VKernel will be participating in Infotronics' Australian multi-city virtualization event in mid-April.  The company will demonstrate its Capacity Bottleneck Analyzer and Chargeback/Cost Visibility virtual appliances in sessions on virtualization tools and best practices. 
Published Tuesday, March 18, 2008 6:53 AM by David Marshall
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