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Tek-Tools, LSI Partner
DALLAS -- Tek-Tools Software, the leading private developer of resource management software solutions, today announced its Alliance Partner status with LSI Corporation, silicon-to-systems supplier for OEMs that want to deliver a broad set of storage solutions to end customers. Under the agreement, Tek-Tools Storage Profiler, a high-performance, Web-based storage management solution, will support all LSI Engenio® storage systems that are delivered through LSI OEM partners.
Storage Profiler provides LSI customers with comprehensive data storage information. With Tek-Tools software, organizations with Engenio storage systems can manage their assets and storage utilization across the enterprise. Tek-Tools software provides IT management with trending reports across multi-vendor products and can monitor events on mission-critical storage devices and applications.
Our business is based on providing customers with the products needed to meet their unique data management challenges, said Julie Ryan, Director of Alliances, Engenio Storage Group, LSI. Tek-Tools Profiler offers an in-depth view of the storage environment, so end users can realize the value of their current investments.
We are delighted to be an Alliance Partner of LSI and provide storage monitoring and reporting for their Engenio storage division, said Stephen Harding, Director of Marketing, Tek-Tools. Profiler, combined with Engenio feature-rich storage systems, gives companies the needed ability to make informed decisions about managing their storage and backup investments.
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