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IDC: IBM on jõudlus- ja käideldavushalduse tarkvarade turuliider

IDC: IBM on jõudlus- ja käideldavushalduse tarkvarade turuliider



Sõltumatu uuringufirma IDC uuringu tulemuste kohaselt on IBM ülemaailmne
liider arvutisüsteemide jõudluse ning käideldavuse halduse tarkvarade turul.
Uuring hõlmas aastaid 2003-2005 ning IBM oli kogu selle perioodi jooksul
tarkvaralitsentside käibe poolest esikohal.



Uuringu tulemused peegeldavad IBMi aastatepikkust liidrirolli
arvutuskeskuste automatiseerimise turul. Pideva arendustöö tulemusena on IBM
jõudnud unikaalse ulatusega tooteportfellini, mis sisaldab arvukalt
lahendusi IT probleemide automaatseks tuvastamiseks ja sageli ka
kõrvaldamiseks. Enam kui 475 automatiseerimisvõimalusega 75 erineva
riistvara, tarkvara ja teenuse raames on IBM konkurentidest selgelt tugevam.





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Report: IBM First in Worldwide Performance and Availability Management
Software Revenue



IBM (NYSE: IBM) announced that analyst firm IDC has ranked IBM as the 2005
worldwide market share leader in software used to manage system performance
and the response of systems to events such as server failures or security
breaches.

According to the independent report, IBM achieved first place in software
license revenue in the overall worldwide performance and availability
management software market in 2005. IBM was also the 2005 revenue leader in
two related categories outlined in the report: worldwide performance
management software and worldwide event automation software.

The study examines the performance and availability management software
market from 2003-2005 – a period in which IBM led the market in all three
categories outlined by IDC.

“The ability to monitor and manage system performance is an integral part of
our IT service management approach,” said Al Zollar, general manager, IBM
Tivoli software. “Our continued leadership in this market speaks to our
intense focus on helping our customers meet such needs.”

IBM’s portfolio of IT service management software automates some of the most
challenging processes associated with managing a complex IT environment –
such as managing storage devices, addressing IT failures, and deploying new
software releases and patches. The software helps customers fight rising IT
costs and manage constant change brought on by security threats and the
demand to stay competitive in the marketplace. IBM is combining this
software with business consulting and IT services to develop repeatable
tools that help customers optimize and transform their businesses.

The IDC report is entitled “Worldwide Performance and Availability
Management Software 2005 Vendor Shares” (August 2006, #202792) and is
authored by Tim Grieser.

For more information, visit http://www.ibm.com/software/tivoli.





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