TDi Technologies Announces Release of ConsoleWorks® ITFM Suite – the First Unified IT Foundation Management Solution

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IT Foundation Management addresses the most prevalent gap in the IT infrastructure practice - one that impacts security, compliance, and the quality of IT service delivered to the business. The ConsoleWorks® ITFM Suite is the first unified solution to close this gap.

The ConsoleWorks ITFM Suite is the first unified solution to close the most prevalent gap in the IT infrastructure practice - one that impacts security, compliance, and the quality of IT service delivered to the business.

TDi Technologies, the leader in IT Foundation Management, today announced the general availability release of the ConsoleWorks® ITFM Suite that closes the gap in the IT infrastructure practice.

That gap exists due to a general lack of awareness and support of the day-to-day work performed by technical staff that make sure the “lights stay on.” Servers, operating systems, storage devices, network appliances, databases, applications, etc. are the very foundation of IT and require daily oversight. Unlike service desk IT operations, the work people perform in maintaining the health of the IT foundation often requires detection, diagnosis and remediation in minutes or even seconds. Traditional practices take a top-down approach to infrastructure management that stops short of supporting IT foundation activities. This is the gap that IT Foundation Management addresses though its bottom-up approach.

The closing of the gap offers a number of important benefits including increased efficiencies that reduce cost while improving service quality, defending against the Insider Threat and meeting system-managed compliance requirements. The value of the ConsoleWorks® ITFM Suite scales rapidly within large and very large organizations with the increased complexity of IT infrastructure.

“Some of our largest customers are documenting really big efficiency gains,” stated Terry Schurter, TDi Technologies Director of Marketing. “For instance, we have one customer with thousands of servers and storage devices that has realized an 8x improvement in efficiency and a multi-million dollar annual cost savings benefit.”

The ConsoleWorks® ITFM Suite unifies operations traditionally performed within silos under a single system-of-management; optimizing, automating and streamlining these operations. Unification further provides the means to defend against the Insider Threat on a systematic basis, perform event correlation across the IT architecture, and produce comprehensive compliance records over configuration and remediation.

“IT Foundation Management solves big problems in the very heart of the IT infrastructure,” said Bill Johnson, TDi Technologies CEO and Founder. “It is a very complex environment that has traditionally relied on the skill and efforts of the people who work there to get the job done. Our vision is to change that, to revolutionize this part of IT. With the release of the ConsoleWorks® ITFM Suite, that vision has now been transformed into a reality.”

To learn more about IT Foundation Management and the ConsoleWorks ITFM Suite, visit us on the web at http://www.tditechnologies.com or http://www.tditechnologies.com/ConsoleWorks-ITFM-Suite.

About TDi Technologies

TDi Technologies is the leader in IT Foundation Management and a provider of infrastructure management solutions for mission-critical systems including virtual technologies and cloud computing. The company’s patented IT Foundation Management solutions are characterized by agent-less, zero-footprint, non-intrusive, active monitoring and remediation from a single window. TDi Technologies serves a global customer base of blue-chip clients who rely on our products every day, including their most mission-critical, fault intolerant systems and applications. TDi Technologies’ clients use IT Foundation Management to reduce costs, improve service, defend against the Insider Threat, and meet compliance regulations.

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