Reputed provider of performance optimization and capacity planning solutions for large data centers and networks and critical applications and services, Neptuny
recently announced that it has joined the alliance partner program of VMware technology. Through this alliance, independent software vendors can be assured of technical and marketing assistance, and the gear and technical know how to provide better value to shared users.
The Technology Alliance Program has been designed keeping in mind the requirements of commercial software, hardware and storage vendors. It has more than 130,000 customers worldwide and offers VMware resources and technical expertise to deliver enhanced value to shared users. It also provides a worldwide distribution platform wherein partners can deliver differentiated IT solutions
to IT organizations across the globe.
Caplan is Neptuny’s (News
) most popular business aware capacity management solution. CaplanTM tries to achieve recurrent and extensive business oriented capacity planning with minimum resource outlay. It works without the use of proprietary agents and uses in addition to standard custom connectors, Extract Transform and Load Technology to cull data from available system and business applications, working on heterogeneous virtualization platforms, to bring forth a meaningful pool of infrastructure data.
The customers can then meaningfully forecast the expected capacity issues and requirements. It works effectively on both VMware and other virtualization platforms. It also assists customers in identifying ideal candidates for consolidation, best target servers and determines the resource outlay required. As a member of the Technology Alliance Partner Program, Neptuny can expect to better support CaplanTM’s customers by being able to provide capacity planning solutions in a virtual environment.
Neptuny is also a member of TSANet, a global, vendor-neutral infrastructure that provides the legal framework for a multi vendor support when an incident happens and contact database. Under the TSANet process, members agree to work together to resolve multi vendor issues. TSANet allows partners to have a common entry point when end users contact partners’ support centers in multivendor support incidents. It is a behind-the-scenes- operative and end users are typically unaware of TSANet’s role in the communication and resolution process. With an intention to deliver industry leading assistance, Neptuny guarantees support for all its products, including VMware virtual environments, without making reproduction on native hardware a prerequisite. Calvin Azuri is a contributing editor for TMCnet. To read more of Calvin’s articles, please visit his columnist page.
Edited by Jessica Kostek