Virtualisation vendor Virtual Instruments appoints Nextgen as ANZ distributor

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Virtualisation vendor Virtual Instruments appoints Nextgen as ANZ distributor

Enterprise storage and virtualisation vendor Virtual Instruments has appointed Nextgen as its distributor for Australia and New Zealand.

The Sydney-based distributor will have full distribution rights for Virtual Instruments’ app-centric IPM solutions, including the VirtualWisdom infrastructure performance monitoring platform and the WorkloadWisdom storage workload performance validation platform.

The vendor said it chose Nextgen for its unique distribution model that would give more customers access to its platforms.

“Nextgen is passionate about the solutions they deliver to customers, and their inclusive approach to the relationships between vendors, distributors, resellers, and end users closely reflects that of the Virtual Instruments partner program,” Virtual Instruments executive vice president of global sales Sheen Khoury said.

“By joining Nextgen’s network of industry-leading partners, we’re ensuring that an even broader set of customers will have access to our award-winning solutions, further enabling IT teams to guarantee their performance-based SLAs and evolve from reactive troubleshooting to proactive performance optimization.”

Virtual Instruments’ app-centric IPM solutions monitor, analyse and optimise the performance, utilisation and health of IT infrastructure by correlating and analysing full-stack data.

Customers are able to proactively identify any issues across the infrastructure and better deploy and manage infrastructure resources based on performance requirements.

“Virtual Instruments delivers the industry’s only analytics platform for Infrastructure Performance Management – empowering customers to guarantee the performance and availability of their mission-critical applications across physical, virtual and cloud computing environments. This is why it’s such a great fit for Nextgen's advanced enterprise software strategy,” Nextgen chief executive John Walters said.

“We’ve been acknowledged at a global level for our innovative approach to distribution – what we call ‘distribution reinvented’ – and it depends on strategic partnerships with leading technology partners such as Virtual Instruments.

“Together, Virtual Instruments and Nextgen enable the channel to deliver quantifiable business value to their customers.”

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