Join us May 8-11 at Dell EMC World 2017!

Booth #1313
Stop Guessing, Start Knowing

We’re excited to meet you at Dell EMC World 2017!

This past year has brought a ton of great news for VI, including our merger with Load DynamiX, our Xangati acquisition, industry awards and solution platform enhancements and much more. Come visit us and learn all that’s new and exciting with Virtual Instruments!

Stop by booth 1313 and

  • Find out about VI CTO John Gentry’s talk on App-centric IPM at 3pm on May 3 in Lando 4203
  • Be entered into our end of day prize drawings for either a FitBit Charge, Sonos Speaker or Amazon Fire HD Tablet
  • Ask about our exclusive customer roundtable happening Wednesday May 11th from 12 noon – 1:30 pm. Lunch will be provided and seating is limited – reserve your seat!
  • Learn more about our unique approach to Application-centric Infrastructure Performance Management for expertly managing your ever changing workloads and data center IT infrastructures.
  • Get demos of our
    • VirtualWisdom real-time monitoring platform for production environments, including our recently released  NAS Performance Probe—recent winner of Storage Magazine’s Storage & SAN Management product of the year!
    • Load DynamiX Enterprise 5.3 storage performance testing and validation platform—stop guessing, start knowing!

Fill out the form to the right to request a demo or inquire about our inquire about our May 11th customer roundtable


About Virtual Instruments

Virtual Instruments is the leader in infrastructure performance analytics and provides comprehensive infrastructure instrumentation and workload analytics for enterprise data centers. The company’s solutions give IT teams deep workload visibility and actionable insights into their end-to-end systems across cloud, virtual and physical environments. Virtual Instruments empowers companies to more easily evaluate and transition to new storage architectures and maximize the performance, availability and utilization of their production IT infrastructure. Recently merged with Load DynamiX, Virtual Instruments has nearly 500 customers, including enterprise IT, cloud service providers and storage vendors. The privately held company is headquartered in San Jose, Calif.