Enterprise data protection and software-defined storage provider, Veritas Technologies, recently announced that it has acquired APTARE, Inc., a privately-held software company located in Campbell, California. APTARE offers analytic solutions for hybrid cloud environments, as well as an open and extensible IT analytics platform. The company supports hybrid cloud storage and backup systems, as well as technologies including OpenStack, software-defined storage, and flash infrastructures.
APTARE’s technology will enable Veritas to provide customers with an enhanced analytics platform that offers insights and reporting across their different data protection, virtual infrastructure, and storage environments. It will allow customers to:
- Gain visibility into their complete infrastructure, including on-premise and cloud environments, in order to make more informed decisions.
- Have a common reporting platform from tape to disk to cloud, which is critical in a multi-cloud environment.
- Better anticipate needs and predict outcomes, including optimizing their infrastructure, reducing costs, and meeting compliance and SLA requirements.
The addition of APTARE’s IT Analytics solutions to Veritas’ product portfolio also enhances the company’s product integrations with key technology and cloud providers, such as VMware, Microsoft Azure, AWS, ServiceNow, and OpenStack.
In a press statement, CEO of Veritas Technologies, Greg Hughes said, “with APTARE’s IT Analytics, Veritas customers will now benefit from enhanced reporting and analytics across NetBackup and other third-party applications. We’re making it simpler for customers to access critical information about their infrastructure and providing them with a one-stop shop for all reporting requirements – on-premise, in any cloud, and across their technology ecosystem.”
Richard Clark, CEO of APTARE, also added, “APTARE’s vendor-agnostic approach to data analytics is pivotal to the enterprise management framework for managing the modern enterprise IT structure. It drives cost savings, allows a healthy storage environment and comprehensive reporting with deep analytics, and presents IT professionals with every metric needed to ensure their data is protected and recoverable.”
Veritas is not disclosing financial terms of the acquisition.
To read Veritas Technologies’ full press release, click here.
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