Virtual Instruments Leads The Performance Management Charge (Video)

John W. Thompson talks about this new company, Virtual Instruments, and how it's ensuring the optimal performance of applications housed in virtual and cloud-based environments.

For former Symantec CEO John W. Thompson, the path for his new company, Virtual Instruments, has been a lucrative one. Starting as a $3-million company, Thompson expects Virtual Instruments to be worth $100 million by the end of 2013. At the core of Virtual Instruments is its infrastructure performance management technology, a solution designed to help customers transition from physical environments to virtual and cloud-based environments. The key to this technology comes on the monitoring side, where the utilization, health and optimal performance of the applications housed within the infrastructure is ensured.