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TTI Inc. Selects uptime software's Award-Winning Server Monitoring Tool

Leading Distributor Replaces NetIQ With up.time for Critical Systems Server Monitoring; Cites Cost and Ease of Use as Key Differentiators

TORONTO -- (Marketwire) -- 07/13/10 -- uptime software today announced that TTI Inc. (a Berkshire Hathaway company) has selected up.time for server monitoring, availability and performance. TTI replaced its existing NetIQ installation with up.time to provide IT managers with a more intuitive user experience and the ability to have a consolidated view across both physical and virtual servers, all at a much more affordable price point.

TTI, the world's leading authorized distributor of passive, connector, electromechanical and discrete components was experiencing issues that many mid-enterprise organizations face today, such as increasing IT infrastructure complexity alongside shrinking IT budgets and staff. TTI needed enterprise-grade server monitoring software at a mid-market price. uptime software provided TTI with a feature-rich server monitoring solution that's easy-to-use, affordable and encompasses all of the key monitoring and management functionality of enterprise software products.

"With up.time we can get all the functionality we need for less than the cost of NetIQ's annual maintenance fees alone," said Steve Marshall, TTI. "up.time makes it easy to indentify systems that are underutilized, allowing us to optimize those machines to perform at much higher levels. Considering that we have critical systems running in both our physical and virtual infrastructure, the ability to keep an eye on all our resources at once is priceless."

TTI benefits from up.time through:

  • Simplified management of virtual and physical infrastructures: TTI required both deep VMware server monitoring, while also maintaining visibility and control over its physical resources as well. up.time provides management views and control for both physical and virtual resources from a convenient single dashboard.
  • Simple and affordable pricing for the mid-enterprise market: up.time's per-physical-server pricing (in physical and virtual environments) is unmatched in its simplicity and low cost.
  • Quick deployment: up.time deployed and provided actionable data in less than one day.
  • Solving tough virtualization challenges: up.time provides deep VMware performance monitoring and quickly identifies consolidation candidates, optimizes VM density and ensures end-user performance among other important virtualization management tasks.

"In the highly competitive market that TTI operates in, it is imperative they differentiate service value to sustain company growth," said Alex Bewley, CTO of uptime software. "Using up.time, TTI can reach this level of differentiation through deep server monitoring of virtual and physical environments to ensure maximum system performance. up.time's innovative pricing model and wide range of services makes it the perfect tool for mid-enterprise organizations using innovation to stay ahead of the competition."

If you would like to learn more about uptime software, please visit us online at www.uptimesoftware.com.

About uptime software
uptime software inc. is a privately held corporation founded in 2001 and headquartered in Toronto, Canada. With over 700 clients in 32 countries, uptime is a premier provider of systems management software for virtual server monitoring and physical server monitoring, capacity planning, and service and application monitoring. Visit us online at www.uptimesoftware.com.

For more information, please contact:

Nick Johnson
uptime software
416.594.4605
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Scott Lechner
Kulesa Faul for uptime software
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