December 17, 2007
BURLINGTON, Mass., Dec. 10 -- Sysload Software Corp., a provider of server performance, event monitoring, and capacity planning for datacenters and virtualized environments with 70,000 multi-platform servers worldwide under management, today announced the opening of its new North American headquarters in Burlington, Mass.
Sysload's software suite ensures that datacenter servers operate with utmost efficiency, preempting any server-related problems from compromising the datacenter. The software provides continuous 24/7 monitoring of application availability, identifying trends and locating bottlenecks via in-depth analysis of systems while following compliance with ITIL best practices. The product offering centers on three complementary solutions: SP Monitor, SP Analyst and SP Portal.
"The Northeastern U.S. is home to many large companies operating in the finance, insurance, pharmaceutical and healthcare sectors that are already heavily committed to server virtualization and consolidation projects," says Yves Charles, general manager of Sysload. "Our SP Analyst and SP Portal solutions feature new agents for precise server monitoring and optimizing virtualized systems, making them ideal solutions that deliver high quality analysis for datacenter integrity and tangible cost savings."
Yves Charles is leading the new North American headquarters. Charles' technology career spans nearly 20 years. He founded Apogée Communications in 1992, a systems administration software integration company. In 1997, he developed a network performance management application, which he launched on the American market in 1998 by creating Quallaby, a company subsequently sold to Micromuse/IBM.
About Sysload Software Corp.
Founded in 1998, Sysload is a developer of server capacity and performance management software solutions with 400 customers and 70,000 active licenses. Sysload products are designed to be used by all parties involved in IT resource management -- from production personnel to IT departments -- and they have earned a solid reputation among the world's largest firms, including Airbus, Blue Cross/Blue Shield, Trading Technologies International, and Renault. Sysload has forged strategic and technological partnerships with market leaders including Microsoft, IBM, Sun, Oracle, HP, Citrix and VMware. Visit Sysload online at www.sysload.com.
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