Fujitsu and Raynet strengthen one another with a Strategic Partnership

Both, Fujitsu as well as Raynet, improve their management suites ManageNow® and RaySuite
Herr Brenker und Herr Aydin (PresseBox) (Paderborn, ) As leading and innovative service and solution provider in information technology, Raynet forms a strategic partnership with Fujitsu, the leading Japanese information and communication technology company.

With IT Operations Management (ITOM) those responsible for the IT are faced with the challenge to master a huge amount of different tasks. To ensure that all software and driver versions are constantly up-to-date alone requires a lot of human resources in numerous IT departments. Therefore, what is asked for are widespread ITOM ideal solutions like, for example Fujitsu ManageNow®. It consists of leading software products, a well-proven implementation as well as support for the entire solution.

The preconfigured ManageNow® solution will considerably reduce the complexity of the IT Operations Management and will relieve administrators of routine jobs. The users with their ever-changing business requirements are those who benefit from this by increasing their productivity.

To provide their customers with even more advantages of a widespread ITOM, Fujitsu and Raynet form a strategic partnership and improve their management suites by mutually integrating leading products from one another as OEM into their portfolio.

“With the extension of our long-term partnership with Raynet around the new OEM-contract, we now have the possibility to augment our successful ManageNow® Client & Server Automation Suite with the leading products which are part of the RaySuite. Therefore, for the first time, we are able to offer our customers and partners a complete Lifecycle Management Solution which is covering the whole range of the constantly changing requirements of Application Lifecycle Management.”, says Fritz Brenker, Head of Data Center Management & Automation Professional Services Central Europe at Fujitsu.

Raynet’s RaySuite, which contains amongst others the workflow management solution RayFlow, the inventorying tool RayVentory, the software evaluation tool RayEval, the software packaging tool RayPack as well as the solutions for quality assurance and application readiness for windows 10, RayQC and RayQC Advanced will be integrated into Fujitsu’s ManageNow® Client & Server Automation suite.

By the use of RayFlow, all software management components can be linked and thereby allow a fluent work process. The integration of third-party products and the many possibilities for customization are what distinguishes this solution. Parallel to this, the leading monitoring solution ManageNow® for DCM is integrated into Raynet’s Application Lifecycle Management solution RaySuite®.

“With the OEM-partnership we succeeded in taking the successful long-term partnership with Fujitsu to a new level. Customers as well as partners profit from this unique solution, which is put on the market by Fujitsu and Raynet – the vision of an integral Application Lifecycle Management. Currently, the goal is to broaden the RaySuite with ManageNow® for Data Center Monitoring and thereby offer our customers a considerably extended management functionality”, says Ragip Aydin, Managing Director of Raynet.

In the future, Fujitsu and Raynet will work closely together to offer their customers widespread integration options for both management solutions.

Please find further information about the products of the RaySuite here: https://raynet.de/en/Raynet-Products/RaySuite

Further information about the monitoring solution ManageNow® are available here: http://www.fujitsu.com/fts/solutions/business-technology/data-center-management-automation/manage-now/

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Fujitsu is the leading Japanese information and communication technology (ICT) company, offering a full range of technology products, solutions and services. Approximately 159,000 Fujitsu people support customers in more than 100 countries.

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