Virtualization Technology News and Information
Enterprise Customers Continue to Turn to Tek-Tools for End-to-End Visibility of Physical and Increasingly Virtualized IT Infrastructure
Tek-Tools Software, a leading provider of IT resource management software solutions, today announced continued growth in the third quarter 2008 with new Tek-Tools customers representing more than 40 percent of revenue. Additionally, partner sales revenue increased by more than 83 percent over Q2 2008 and by more than 149 percent over Q3 2007.

Enterprises large and small continue to recognize the value of unified views of their physical and increasingly virtualized IT infrastructure, especially as IT expenditures are subject to increased scrutiny in this economy, said Tek-Tools President and CEO Ken Barth. Its important to squeeze every bit of value out of every piece of the infrastructure. With Profiler, our customers maximize their investments in money-saving technologies such as virtualization.

Significant Channel Contributions

Several channel partners leverage Profiler for server, storage, backup and application management professional services further expanding Profilers footprint in the marketplace. Earlier in the quarter, Tek-Tools announced new and expanded relationships with Sun Microsystems and Glasshouse Technologies. Glasshouse announced a new managed services offering based on Tek-Tools newest virtualization management module, Profiler for VMware. Glasshouse recently demonstrated Managed Services for Virtual Environments at VMWorld in September.

Tek-Tools also announced that Sun will promote and sell its Tek-Tools Profiler Suite of monitoring and reporting software. The combination of the Sun Common Array Manager and Tek-Tools Profiler Suite extends the value of these implementations by delivering a single, unified view of the entire infrastructure both physical and virtualized IT assets.

Published Thursday, October 09, 2008 6:24 PM by David Marshall
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