Virtual Instruments Leads The Performance Management Charge (Video)

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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.