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TeamQuest Partners with IntelliMagic to Expand into Storage Arena
By: PR Newswire
Dec. 13, 2012 02:55 PM
CLEAR LAKE, Iowa, Dec. 13, 2012 /PRNewswire/ -- TeamQuest Corporation announced a partnership with IntelliMagic, known for its storage performance management expertise. Through this partnership, TeamQuest adds a new storage dimension to its integrated capacity management solution.
"Until now, companies had no way of easily understanding the relationship between services and storage," said TeamQuest Director of Business Development Edsar Calaguas. "This new storage solution allows customers to easily see which services are waiting for I/O and the specific storage devices causing the delay. By combining detailed storage data with business service, application, virtual server, and physical server data, we provide one solution that can optimize all the major cost drivers in today's data centers."
Companies can expect the following benefits:
Gilbert Houtekamer, founder and CEO of IntelliMagic, said, "We are very pleased to have our Storage Performance Management software included as a key component in the TeamQuest CMIS for Storage solution. This combination brings unprecedented performance management capabilities to the industry."
TeamQuest CMIS for Storage completes the TeamQuest suite of integrated products that help organizations optimize IT services. The suite includes capabilities ranging from performance management and reporting to performance monitoring and capacity modeling.
About TeamQuest Corporation
For more information, visit www.teamquest.com or call +1-641-357-2700. In Europe, Middle East and Africa, call +46 31 80 95 00, and in Asia Pacific call +852 2824 8510.
For more information, visit www.intellimagic.net or call +1-877-815-3799. In Europe, Africa, and Asia Pacific call +31715796000
SOURCE TeamQuest Corporation
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