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SANTA CLARA, CA--(Marketwired - Mar 22, 2016) - CloudPhysics, provider of data-driven insights for smarter IT, today announced that it has been named to CRN's Virtualization 50 list: http://www.crn.com/slide-shows/virtualization/300079998/2016-virtualization-50.htm. This lineup recognizes the 50 key virtualization technology vendors working with channel partners, who remain at the center of the virtualization universe.
CloudPhysics delivers a SaaS-based IT analytics solution that leverages big data science to continually view and analyze virtual infrastructures, yielding granular intelligence and rich, actionable insights. CloudPhysics' analytics platform enables VMware vSphere administrators to optimize performance, manage capacity and change efficiently, identify contention and proactively troubleshoot problems. These capabilities dramatically speed mean time to resolution, reduce risk and waste and support service level agreements. Channel partners and end-users alike appreciate the simple, five-minute deployment with insights to data in just 15 minutes.
"Earning a place on CRN's Virtualization 50 list for the second time is exciting for our team," said Jeff Hausman, CEO of CloudPhysics. "This honor reinforces our momentum as we continue advancing our ability to provide deeper IT analytics delivering peak performance, while lowering costs and driving higher efficiency for IT."
The CloudPhysics Partner Program gives partners immediate visibility into their customers' IT infrastructures and provides unique insights through a 5 minute activation process. Program benefits include partner portal access, online deal registration, joint marketing resources and customer intelligence reporting among others. For more information, go to: https://www.cloudphysics.com/company/partners.
CloudPhysics provides data-driven insights for smarter IT with operational analytics that give IT teams more power than ever before to understand, troubleshoot and optimize their virtualized data centers, reducing risk and waste. The company, based in Santa Clara, Calif., serves thousands of users worldwide across a variety of industries and is backed by Mayfield, Kleiner Perkins Caufield & Byers and Icon Ventures. For more information, visit: http://www.cloudphysics.com.
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