Virtana Partners with CE Tech on Infrastructure Management and Monitoring
February 19, 2020
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Virtana announced a partnership with CE Tech, an IT company that helps businesses simplify and optimize their IT infrastructure workloads.

As a reseller and systems integrator, CE Tech will sell Virtana’s hybrid infrastructure management and cloud migration solutions. CE Tech will also offer an entire platform – leveraging relationships with its existing partners, such as Lenovo, Nutanix, Dell/EMC, Cisco, VMware, and NetApp – to deliver a wide range of infrastructure management and monitoring solutions to its customers.

“Today’s IT environments are more complex than ever before,” said Sheen Khoury, EVP of Global Dales, Virtana. “Mission-critical enterprise applications, many of which require real-time responsiveness, also require real-time visibility and AI-guided discovery to deliver the insights required to optimize both performance and capacity on distributed, highly virtualized, and hyperconverged infrastructures. Performance issues on highly distributed IT infrastructures with thousands of mission-critical workloads simply cannot be traced to their source and rectified quickly by using the tools of the past. Through this partnership, Virtana and CE Tech are even better equipped to bring differentiated, end-to-end platform solutions to customers.”

Virtana delivers deep infrastructure visibility, enabling real-time, data-driven lifecycle recommendations to ensure performance, speed problem resolution, automate workload optimization, free-up capacity, and ensure resource availability. AI-powered capacity forecasting helps organizations avoid capacity-driven problems before they can happen, and AI-powered workload optimization keeps applications operating within SLAs.

“Many reseller conversations lead to an empty promise that ‘this product will solve all your problems,’” said Virju Patel, Principal Architect, Enterprise Data Services, CE Tech. “We believe that a consultative approach based on the intelligence gained from a thorough assessment, along with real-time customer data, drives a more meaningful discussion and reduces the ambiguity about where infrastructure issues lie. That’s possible only when technology leads to data-driven insights, and to a verifiable solution. At CE Tech, we’re elevating our customer discussions to deliver quantifiable business solutions, and Virtana helps us achieve our mission.”

Through this partnership Virtana and CE Tech are offering a no-obligation performance and capacity assessment for customers experiencing challenges or insight gaps within their environment, or their migration to the cloud. CE Tech will leverage Virtana’s product suite for its customers in need of solutions that address their cloud dilemmas: VirtualWisdom, an AI-powered monitoring, analytics, and automation platform; CloudWisdom, a single, comprehensive platform for cloud management; and Cloud Migration Readiness, a service that provides enterprises with vital performance and cost insights into the workload behavior of applications targeted for public cloud migration.

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