Virtual Instruments enables savings, operational efficiency for US Air Force

Virtual Instruments said its work with the US Air Force has resulted in a fiscal year 2014 Department of Defense Value Engineering Achievement Award.

Virtual Instruments leveraged its Critical Infrastructure Audit (CIA) service to help the US Air Force identify inefficiencies and opportunities to improve system-wide operations and avoid forecasted costs, saving the department USD100 million in long-term IT upgrade and infrastructure maintenance costs.

Virtual Instruments´ commitment to analytics-based, end-to-end infrastructure visibility helps federal agency customers, such as the US Air Force, maximize the value and use of existing assets to support strategic business decisions and eliminate unnecessary, costly upgrades and investments. The Virtual Instruments solution is a non-disruptive, agentless data collection, correlation and analysis platform. Once the data is analyzed, Virtual Instruments makes recommendations to improve the performance and availability of an organization´s environment. As IT administrators gain insights from the infrastructure, they´re better positioned to make informed decisions about improved configurations, workload management and any necessary upgrades.

Virtual Instruments delivers the industry´s leading analytics platform for infrastructure performance management.