Nasdaq Deploys Virtual Instruments
Virtual Instruments has announced that Nasdaq is now using the VirtualWisdom infrastructure performance management (IPM) platform to boost and stabilise the performance and availability of its IT infrastructure.
Offering a number of key benefits to Nasdaq, Virtual Instruments' VirtualWisdom solution provides continuous and real-time visibility, as well as definitive insights into the firm's system-wide IT infrastructure supporting mission-critical applications.
According to Virtual Instruments, Nasdaq is utilising the solution in order to ensure the complete efficiency of their system at all hours, while also making sure that it meets the performance requirements during peak times.
The VirtualWisdom platform also gives the company key insights into any system-wide issues that the host or the storage tools are unable to indicate to the user accurately, thereby delivering peak performance at all times.
Commenting on the system's use by Nasdaq, chief executive officer of Virtual Instruments John W. Thompson said: “Nasdaq’s choice of the VirtualWisdom platform for its performance monitoring and management needs is a testament to the benefits our solution brings.”
According to Thompson, Virtual Instruments provides performance teams with impressively accurate visibility into the performance of an entire open-system stack, helping users to improve the company's system performance and, in turn, its service.
Offering a proactive approach to the health and management of systems, VirtualWisdom helps to eliminate inefficiencies in troubleshooting and enables more accurate management and optimisations of data centre operations, along with the costs related to this service.