Virtual Instruments Survey Finds: Uk Ahead Of Germany In Adoption Of Virtualisation For Business-Critical Applications
The main findings suggest that the UK is leading the way with 42% of respondents having already made the move opposed to just 23% in Germany. The survey also unveiled that:
- Not only is the UK ahead of Germany now but this trend is set to continue with these figures forecast to rise to 84% and 70% respectively two years hence
- When looking at the trends of Germany and the UK together, one in three companies have already virtualised their environment for business-critical applications and this figure is set to rise to three out of four companies within two years;
- In the UK the financial services sector is leading the way with over half of the respondents having already virtualised business-critical applications;
- Size matters: across both countries, companies with 1,000 to 3,000 employees are ahead of larger organisations with this move.
Chris James, EMEA Marketing Director at Virtual Instruments, commented on the results, "The survey confirmed the feedback we have been getting from end users and the channel that large enterprises in Europe are still reluctant to implement virtualisation and cloud technology for business-critical applications. This is largely because they can't set SLAs due to lack of visibility into their infrastructure. This is where the Virtual Instruments VirtualWisdom real-time infrastructure monitoring solution can provide real benefit to companies wanting to exploit the advantages of a virtualised environment."
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Virtual Instruments offers the award-winning VirtualWisdom and SANInsight virtual infrastructure optimisation solutions that provide deep monitoring and analysis of how the virtualised IT infrastructure and SAN affect business-critical application performance. Global 2000 customers across a broad range of industries achieve significant cost savings in virtualisation and SAN deployments by optimising utilisation, performance and availability of IT resources. The company was founded in June 2008 via a spin-out from Finisar Corp. The company has headquarters in San Jose, Calif., and can be found online at http://www.virtualinstruments.com