Virtana Introduces Limited-Time No-Charge Rightsizing Assessment
June 18, 2020
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Virtana announced a new limited-time no-charge rightsizing assessment to help customers using Microsoft Azure to optimize hybrid cloud capacity, performance, and cost.

The company’s CloudWisdom platform, which provides insight on bottlenecks slowing applications, finds underutilized resources and shares automated intelligence updates via its ‘what if’ analysis, is now available on Microsoft’s public cloud service.

Paul Bevan, Research Director IT Infrastructure, Bloor Research, said: “The ability to decode and understand the way your hybrid infrastructure interacts with your applications is now a critical business requirement. We have seen Virtana make great progress in addressing this over the last couple of years. To provide the competitive insight you need to embed intelligence in your infrastructure. Virtana’s CloudWisdom solution empowers companies to do just that.”

“Businesses need to know how their hybrid infrastructure is performing and map, plan, and validate optimization and migration to the cloud. Virtana can leverage its deep domain expertise in hybrid cloud optimization, and specifically Microsoft Azure VM right-sizing for enterprise users, by showing them an up to 40% saving in their public cloud investment within 30 minutes of installing our software,” said John Gentry, CTO of Virtana. “Virtana’s CloudWisdom is unique in allowing our customers to see everything in one place. You get detailed analysis, including real-time sizing and optimization recommendations, all in a single interface. We see our customers needing to optimize hybrid cloud-based infrastructure for cost, performance, and capacity. So, in response, we’ve launched a limited time no-charge right-sizing snapshot to help both them and new prospects” added Gentry.

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