SOURCE: Virtual Instruments

November 24, 2008 08:00 ET

Virtual Instruments Demonstrates Its Award-Winning SAN Optimization Solution at Gartner Data Center Conference

LAS VEGAS, NV--(Marketwire - November 24, 2008) - Virtual Instruments will demonstrate NetWisdom, the award-winning SAN (storage area network) optimization solution, at the Gartner Data Center Conference, a three and a half day event covering servers, IT operations, storage, business continuity and disaster recovery.

Day/Date:    December 2 - 5, 2008

Location:    Virtual Instruments, Booth K4
             MGM Grand Hotel & Casino, Las Vegas, NV

Attendees will see the newest version of Virtual Instruments' NetWisdom Enterprise solution and Traffic Access Point (TAP) device.

--  The NetWisdom Enterprise solution combines monitoring software with
    SAN instrumentation to give companies a cost-effective way to see -- in
    real time -- the data flowing between their SANs and business applications.
--  NetWisdom visibility helps administrators optimize infrastructure
    resources, detect costly problems before they occur, decrease downtime and
    disruption, accelerate deployments, and assure service-level agreements
    (SLAs). As a result, users reduce expenses while improving data center
    management and cloud-based services delivery in complex virtualized and
    heterogeneous environments.
    

About Virtual Instruments

Virtual Instruments' award-winning NetWisdom solution monitors application-to-SAN transaction performance -- with deep insight and data not available from other solutions. Customers such as Barclay's Card Services, Kaiser Permanente and McKesson Corp. achieve significant cost savings in virtualization and SAN deployments by optimizing utilization, performance and availability. Leading system and storage vendors including IBM, HP and EMC leverage NetWisdom to design SAN solutions for enterprise customers. Virtual Instruments was founded in June 2008 via the spin-out from Finisar Corp. (NASDAQ: FNSR); it has headquarters in Scotts Valley, Calif., and can be found online at http://www.virtualinstruments.com.

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