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ORSYP Extends Cloud Performance Management With Streamcore Acquisition

ORSYP integrates Streamcore Wide Area Network (WAN) technology to assure end-user service delivery

PARIS and BOSTON, Nov. 12, 2012 /PRNewswire/ -- ORSYP, a leading provider of IT Operations Management software and services, today announced it has acquired Streamcore, an award-winning provider of application performance management solutions for the Cloud. Streamcore adds critical streaming, response-time and traffic monitoring of wide area networks (WANs) to ORSYP's leading performance monitoring, capacity management and workload automation capabilities.

As organizations expand global operations, leverage Cloud with in-house applications and seek to manage the inexorable growth in data volumes and network traffic, they require performance monitoring solutions that assure end-users have access to responsive IT services. Combining Streamcore with ORSYP, customers will be able to address critical challenges optimizing delivery of IT services to end-users throughout the enterprise network in real-time as well as anticipating future demands.

"With Streamcore we can ensure customers get end-to-end visibility and control of the critical applications and services they provide, from the end-user experience right down to the communications infrastructure," commented Jean-Michel Breul, ORSYP Chief Technology Officer. "Further integration of Streamcore and ORSYP technology will allow customers to benefit from more integrated performance measurement as well gaining extra insights that will assist them in predictive analysis and capacity planning."

According to Gartner, "As basic acceleration capabilities mature, we are seeing a resurgence of interest in visibility and control, both as a means to demonstrate WOC [WAN Optimization Controllers] effectiveness, and as a bandwidth/response-time planning tool. Providing application and user performance measurement and SLA reporting are key emerging requirements for WOC equipment." 1

"We have worked with ORSYP and Streamcore; they have solutions that target our needs for IT process automation and application performance over the network. The combination of these two companies consolidates proven expertise in production operations, performance monitoring and capacity planning domains," said Michel Brouant, Technical Director, Pole Emploi.

"We are excited about becoming part of a team that prides itself on technology innovation," said Remi Lucet, Streamcore co-founder and Chief Scientific Officer. "Joining ORSYP we are looking forward to exploiting the powerful synergies that our companies share that will enable us to bring significant value to the quality of services our customers provide to their users."

About ORSYP
ORSYP is an IT Operations Management specialist that develops and markets innovative solutions that automate IT processes and optimize resource utilization. Headquartered in Boston, Hong Kong, and Paris, ORSYP has been chosen by over 1400 customers as their trusted partner for software, consulting and education since 1986.

About Streamcore
Streamcore provides cloud services delivery assurance solutions that enable reliable delivery of business-critical applications and communications from any cloud or data center. With Streamcore, enterprises can successfully adopt a cloud services model in order to provide IT-as-a-Service to their end-users over any network. Streamcore's solutions deliver unparalleled business-oriented and network-aware visibility for any application service, whether delivered from a private, public, or hybrid cloud, or from traditional data centers. Streamcore serves global enterprises, telecom service providers and government agencies that require stringent performance assurance for their cornerstone applications.

1 "Magic Quadrant for WAN Optimization Controllers" Joe Skorupa, Severine Real, Gartner, January 24th 2012

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