Galileo Performance Explorer Executive to Speak This Week at VMWorld 2016 Las Vegas

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August 31st session focuses on how to capitalize on the software defined data center

Galileo, a division of ATS Group and developers of Galileo Performance Explorer® software, the industry's first cloud-based integrated infrastructure performance management (IPM) suite for servers, storage, and applications, announced today that co-founder and principle Tim Conley will speak on a panel at VMWorld 2016 Las Vegas at 12:30pm, Wednesday, August 31 in Mandalay Bay, Breakers D, Level 2.

Conley will be discussing the possibilities and opportunities provided by using VMWare and IBM Storage/Server solutions together. Discussion will also center on applications, workloads, use cases and what is unique about the VMWare and IBM combination that can spell value to customers. With Cloud migration an increasing imperative for IT, Conley and the panel will also discuss tips for managing cloud environments and how IBM/VMWare can facilitate those cloud migration plans. To conclude, Conley and the panel will talk about the future of smarter data centers in 2017 and beyond.

Visit the Galileo website for more information specifically about Galileo VMWare and IBM performance management solutions and others across servers, storage, SAN and applications. All Galileo capabilities are accessible for evaluation via a demo with preconfigured data, a free 30-Day Trial using your own data, or by requesting a sales consultation.

Galileo Performance Explorer® is the industry’s first integrated infrastructure performance management (IPM) suite for servers, storage, SAN and applications. It was designed by data center experts from real-world implementations to improve IT utilization and capacity planning with proactive, convenient cloud-based solutions. Galileo delivers hundreds of analytical perspectives for key decision makers that go far beyond reactive alarms. Built on an innovative SaaS architecture, Galileo installs in minutes without onsite data or expensive hardware requirements. Automatic collection of real-time data, with quick, easy, graphical reporting via an intuitive web interface, offers access to custom dashboards with full drilldown into data details, anywhere, anytime.

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