Onaro Recognized for its Excellence in Storage Analytics by Info-Tech Research Group
Onaro, Inc. (http://www.onaro.com), the leader in storage service management, announced today its SANscreen™ suite of storage management solutions has been commended by Info-Tech Research Group (http://www.infotech.com), a global leader in providing IT research advice, for its excellence in storage analytics for performance and change management. Onaro was among the companies chosen for Info-Tech Research Group’s May, 2007 Product Comparison research note on Storage Resource Management (SRM) solutions.
The report recognizes Onaro’s SANscreen for its exemplary analytical approach to solving storage business challenges. It recommends enterprises looking for storage analytics for problems such as change management consider the Onaro solution.
Info-Tech Research Group’s Decision Diamond recognizes outstanding vendors in the technology marketplace. Ranking vendors by the strength of their offering and their strategy for the enterprise, the Info-Tech Decision Diamond Award is a tribute to the contribution of exceptional vendors in a particular category. The Decision Diamond assessment positions Onaro in the Competitors category.
“IT professionals tasked with delivering storage services to an application face a daunting challenge as storage environments have become increasingly complex, heterogeneous and large,” explained Bryan Semple, vice president of marketing, Onaro, Inc. “In such environments, the old device-centric approach to storage management is limited. The need has emerged for more comprehensive, vendor-neutral applications that complement traditional storage resource management tools to address these complex new realities. Onaro is pleased to be recognized by Info-Tech Research Group as provider of compelling solutions for today’s storage management challenges.”
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