|By Business Wire||
|July 2, 2014 09:01 AM EDT||
Intigua™, the first company to enable Software-Defined Operations for enterprise IT, announced it has joined the technology partner programs for BMC, CA Technologies and Splunk. Through these alliances, as well as existing memberships with IBM and VMware, Intigua can access early versions of product and technical resources, ensuring the Intigua Virtual Management platform supports the latest configuration, security and monitoring tools available in the market today.
“With the average enterprise using thousands of VMs across cloud and legacy environments, governing and controlling these workloads has become incredibly onerous. As a result, it’s not uncommon for workloads to be mismanaged or, worse, not managed at all. Intigua strips out the complexities, streamlines operations, and makes IT much more agile by enabling management to be consumed as a service,” said Shimon Hason, CEO of Intigua. “By joining these partner programs, we’re making it even easier for Intigua customers to manage and ensure compliance of data center resources using their preferred management tools.”
The Intigua Virtual Management Platform automatically discovers new and existing workloads across physical, virtual and public/private cloud environments. It is the only automation platform that provides centralized, policy-based provisioning, configuration and ongoing management of an enterprise’s entire set of operational management tools. The platform supports a wide range of tools across performance monitoring, backup, security, logging, configuration management and more.
|Intigua is now a member of the following partner programs:|
• BMC Technology Alliance Program
• CA Technology Alliance Program
• Splunk Technology Partner Program
• IBM PartnerWorld
• VMware Technology Alliance Partner Program – Elite
A full list of currently supported applications can be found here, with support for new applications being added each month.
Winner of “Best of VMworld” awards for 2 years running, Intigua virtualizes the IT management stack -- just as servers, storage and networks have been virtualized. This brings simplicity and agility to IT operations for private and public clouds, and virtual and physical data centers. Intigua is backed by leading investors including Bessemer Venture Partners and Cedar Fund. Learn more at www.intigua.com.
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