VirtualWisdom is a full-stack, AI-powered data center/private cloud monitoring and optimisation platform. OCI users who have already transitioned to VirtualWisdom are now:
In Forrester’s recent global Economic Impact Study, IT Architect for a global healthcare customer commented: “We used to have frequent long conference calls that would include many people sitting on the call and throwing things at the wall to see if it fixed things. Ever since we installed VirtualWisdom, we’ve been able to reduce those calls down to almost nothing.”
Scott Leatherman, Chief Marketing Officer of Virtana, spoke to this new OCI incentive program, saying: “In our interactions with OCI users, it was clear they were hesitant to hold onto a service with an expiration date. Therefore, we wanted to provide a seamless and immediate solution, to help these customers continue to assure their critical application workloads through VirtualWisdom. This incentivised move will provide customers with deeper visibility, faster responses, and more comprehensive analytics than they’re currently experiencing.”
Virtana’s range of workload capacity optimisation, cost management, and performance assurance solutions power global customers and partners to effectively and efficiently plan and execute their hybrid cloud strategy – allowing them to fully take control of their cloud journey.
“We recognise on-premises data centers are not going away and our decade of experience in data center application topology mapping, problem resolution, and performance optimisation is embedded into our VirtualWisdom solution,” John Gentry, Chief Technology Officer for Virtana. “We have a solution roadmap that includes new integrations, like for NetApp, Pure and Dell EMC, RestAPI’s to further extend the value of VirtualWisdom in the ecosystem and a pure SaaS option that offers infrastructure optimisation simulation and validation, migration planning, and multi-cloud cost management. For existing customers of NetApp’s OCI our solution is broader and deeper with a clear path to enabling and optimising a hybrid multi-cloud architecture.”