November 23, 2010 10:51 ET

The 451 Group Impact Report: SANpulse Migrates Into Licensed Managed Software

SANatomy Noted for Enterprise-Class Ability to Quickly Capture Data and Present Findings in Reports That Are Immediately Actionable for Storage Migrations

JERSEY CITY, NJ--(Marketwire - November 23, 2010) - Paving the path to the next generation data center, SANpulse Technologies, Inc. today announced availability of a new Impact Report by The 451 Group, "SANpulse Migrates into Licensed Storage Management Software." The report, now available for download on the SANpulse website, recognizes the company's SANatomy software for quick capture of actionable storage infrastructure data across physical and virtual operating environments.

In its analysis, The 451 Group examines features and benefits of SANatomy software which was designed for information-driven report automation that provides comprehensive storage infrastructure analysis. The firm acknowledges its innovations and also points out the software's reporting engine that has the ability to quickly find data that is at risk -- examining items such as lack of remote or local protection data stored on a system with out-of-date firmware. The report states that SANatomy can help customers track "as is" environments and risk, manage storage system capacity, locate hotspots and over-provisioned arrays, and provide information to help customers spread the workload after a migration is complete.

"We are encouraged with the ongoing recognition from top industry analysts, as highlighted in this report by The 451 Group," said Marie-Pierre Belanger, vice president of product management at SANpulse. "SANatomy's a cloud-based subscription model product that supports multi-vendor storage environments, setting the software apart from other top offerings by delivering major value in terms of simplifying migration, reducing risk and containing costs. For companies who are managing a variety of vendors storage and operating platforms, globally this translates into accurate, up to date information to make risk free decision by a collaborating IT organization."

"Storage management and migration continue to be problem spots for many large organizations because of the volume and changing nature of enterprise data," said Henry Baltazar, analyst for The 451 Group and author of the report. "SANatomy brings clarity to storage migration procedures by quickly transforming murky data into meaningful intelligence -- driving business decisions based on fact."

Click here to download The 451 Group Impact Report, "SANpulse Migrates into Licensed Storage Management Software."

About the 451 Group
 The 451 Group is an independent technology-industry analyst company that was founded in 2000, and has offices in the US and Europe. Our research makes sense of swiftly moving trends in the industry creating information technologies (IT) used by large and midsized organizations. For more information, please visit:The 451 Group.

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About SANpulse Technologies, Inc.
SANpulse paves the path to next generation data centers, transforming the world's largest IT infrastructures and creating efficiencies to help reduce IT-related operational and capital expenses. Through the combination of people, process and technology, the company changes the landscape for large scale consolidations and migrations by providing infrastructure information insight that empowers proactive decisions. SANpulse solutions include SANlogics and SANatomy, developed to maximize storage infrastructure efficiency, mitigate risk and guarantee greater business agility. SANlogics is adaptive technology that supports organizations in meeting new technology and business requirements through discovery, analytics and auto-generation of executables. SANatomy provides information driven automation for structured reporting on SAN-based storage infrastructures. SANpulse is headquartered in Jersey City, NJ, with regional offices in London, U.K. and Pune, India. For more information, please visit

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