Datalink Launches Managed Services for Virtual Data Centers

            Datalink is a leading provider of data center infrastructure announced the addition of management and monitoring services for virtual data centers. Datalink’s new service will enable companies to design and deploy next generation virtual data center architecture which outsources services like reporting, operating, 22/7 monitoring and troubleshooting components to Datalink’s staffs. New manages services from Datalink will include problem identification, diagnosis, analysis, performance monitoring and also include some specific features for EMC’s VSPEX reference architecture and NetApp’s Flexpod architecture. Some of the features included Synthetic Transaction, Daily Virtual Machine Migration tests, unified dashboard for virtual data center architecture. VMware storage and guests and daily

health check reports.

            Vice President and Chief Executive Officer of Datalink Paul Lidsky said, Given our emphasis on architecting and implementing converged data center infrastructures to help customers drive business agility and efficiency, adding managed VDC services has been a priority on our services roadmap, We can now provide end-to-end VDC solutions ranging from design and deployment to monitoring and managing the entire environment, dramatically simplifying our customers’ VDC initiatives.”

            Vice President of Support service at Datalink Mike Parson said, “With the managed monitoring and backup services added earlier this year, as well as these new offerings, in the last eight months we have doubled the managed services we

offer to keep customers’ data center operations running smoothly, We now have a robust suite of managed services that lessens the burden on an organization’s IT staff, addresses a wide range of needs, and provides a purchase cialis depth and breadth of expertise not available in most in-house IT teams.”

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