Tek-Tools Enhances EMC Support, Joins Developer Program

Tek-Tools, Inc., a provider of XML-based software solutions, today announced the availability of Storage Profiler 2.0, a Web-based storage resource management (SRM) solution with enhanced support for EMC Corporation’s Symmetrix Enterprise Storage systems. Tek-Tools also announced today that it has joined the EMC Developers Program.

“This partnership provides IT organizations the ability to improve the return on their storage and storage management investment,” said John McArthur, group vice president of Storage Research at IDC. “Storage Profiler, with support for EMC’s Symmetrix, offers companies an easy-to-use single point of control to proactively manage storage networks and reduce the total cost of ownership.”

Tek-Tools said Storage Profiler is a cross-vendor, enterprise-level solution providing automated usage trend reporting, capacity planning, and real-time monitoring for storage networks. “The integration Tek-Tools completed through our developers program will help mutual customers automate storage resource management,” said Linda Wright, Senior Director of EMC’s Developers Program. “Integrated products such as Storage Profiler that can reduce storage administration costs and optimize usage of current assets further enables IT departments to meet overall business goals.”

Storage Profiler supports a variety of environments including Sun Solaris, Microsoft Windows NT, Linux and Windows 2000, Novell NetWare, Network Appliance and Oracle.

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