Virtual Instruments Joins AppDynamics’ New Integration Partner Program

Ecosystem of Technology Vendors Provides an Integrated Approach to
AIOps Across Applications and Infrastructure

SAN JOSE, Calif.–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Virtual
Instruments
, the leader in AIOps for hybrid IT infrastructure
management, today announced that it has joined the AppDynamics
Integration Partner Program
(IPP). The IPP leverages integration of
the IPP members’ technologies with AppDynamics to deliver an AIOps
ecosystem that assures application service delivery in a hybrid and
multi-cloud world. As part of the IPP, Virtual Instruments and
AppDynamics will work together to help enterprise customers optimize the
performance and availability of their business-critical applications and
infrastructure.

Enterprises continue to adopt a hybrid data center model to leverage the
flexibility of the cloud alongside the control and security of
on-premises IT infrastructure, but the scale and complexity of these
highly virtualized, multi-cloud environments is beyond human
comprehension. Meanwhile, enterprises are extremely eager to pursue the
valuable business benefits offered by an AIOps-based approach. As a
result, enterprises are increasingly seeking integrated AIOps platforms,
delivered by a collaborative vendor ecosystem, to ensure that they are
deploying best-of-breed solutions.

Virtual Instruments’ hybrid infrastructure monitoring and analytics
platform, VirtualWisdom,
takes an Applied Intelligence approach to AIOps. VirtualWisdom combines
machine learning with an understanding of applications gained from
AppDynamics and other sources. It applies a deep knowledge-base of
domain specific algorithms to assure application infrastructure
performance, predictively manage capacity, and proactively balance
workloads. When problems do occur, VirtualWisdom automatically
investigates, triages, diagnoses, and provides actionable remediations.

Through the IPP, AppDynamics, Virtual Instruments and other members are
fostering an open ecosystem of established and emerging technology
vendors. The goal of the IPP is to identify the optimal combination of
technologies for enterprises to achieve their goals in automation and
deliver the best user experience for their customers.

“The big and constantly changing marketplace for IT automation has
created an environment that’s hard to navigate for IT teams looking to
transform their business with AIOps,” said Brian Paul, head of ecosystem
strategy and development, AppDynamics. “The IPP is designed to help
enterprises understand the vast array of technologies and capabilities
available in this complex space and provide a platform for the optimal
solution for AIOps. Our partnership with Virtual Instruments provides
enterprises with access to a critical combination of infrastructure and
APM capabilities that accelerate the AIOps journey and deliver stellar
user experiences.”

The IPP’s open ecosystem model enables the program’s members to
collectively deliver the visibility and automation required of a true
AIOps approach. This allows enterprises to leverage quick feedback,
constant learning/improvement, and self-healing hybrid infrastructures,
which are key elements of an effective, multi-vendor AIOps platform. The
combination of AppDynamics and Virtual Instruments provides full-stack,
real-time visibility to hybrid applications and infrastructure,
empowering businesses with AI-powered insights and automation to help
them take the right action at exactly the right time.

“There is a lot of hype out there right now around ‘AIOps,’ and the
customers I’ve spoken to are looking to the application and
infrastructure management vendors they know and trust to establish a
proven approach,” said John Gentry, CTO of Virtual Instruments. “The
AppDynamics IPP program provides enterprises with the integrated
ecosystem they are looking for in managing their hybrid application and
infrastructure environments, enabling them to pave the path to a true
AIOps solution. We’re excited to be one of the IPP’s charter members and
look forward to working with the ecosystem partners to support the
business-critical applications our customers’ customers rely on every
day.”

To learn more about Virtual Instruments and its hybrid infrastructure
management and AIOps solutions, please visit: https://www.virtualinstruments.com/aiops-for-hybrid-it-infrastructure-management-overview/

To learn more about the AppDynamics Integration Partner Program, please
visit: https://www.appdynamics.com/blog/news/integration-partner-program/

To learn more about Virtual Instruments’ role in the AppDynamics
Integration Partner Program, please visit: www.virtualinstruments.com/appdynamics

About Virtual Instruments

Virtual Instruments is the leader in AIOps for hybrid IT infrastructure
management, providing comprehensive infrastructure monitoring and
AI-powered analytics for the hybrid data center. The company’s solutions
give IT teams deep workload visibility and actionable insights into
their end-to-end systems that support mission-critical applications.
Virtual Instruments empowers companies to maximize the performance,
availability and utilization of their production IT infrastructure.
Virtual Instruments has over 500 customers, including enterprise IT,
cloud service providers and federal agencies. The privately-held company
is headquartered in San Jose, Calif. For more information, please visit http://www.virtualinstruments.com

Contacts

Anne Stanley
10Fold for Virtual Instruments
virtualinstruments@10fold.com
+1
707 332 6337

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