Monday, 16 January 2012 15:07

POWER40: List of Top IT Operations Analysts Announced by Evolven

By Martin Perlin

Evolven recognizes top IT operations analyst for their innovative vision and insights, helping to shape the IT industry and identify trends.

Evolven Software is pleased to announce the POWER40 Top IT Operations Analysts. This group of outstanding analysts was collected and selected by the Evolven team out of a pool of hundreds. To construct this list, the team evaluated the analysts based on area of coverage, recent research, and analyst organization.

"These analysts have tremendous influence on the IT operations segment and on IT in general," said Sasha Gilenson, CEO of Evolven. "With their research and insights, they help to shape the IT industry and identify trends."

On this list you will find names like: Jean-Pierre Garbani of Forrester, Ronni Collville of Gartner, Mary Johnston Turner of IDC, Dennis Drogseth of EMA and many more'¦

The full list is available at

The POWER40 Top IT Operations Analysts list recognizes analysts producing really innovative and insightful research. These analysts are making important contributions to IT Operations, and providing valuable direction for the industry. Analysts are listed by demonstrating excellence and innovative work success in such areas as Cloud computing, change and configuration management, server virtualization, IT asset management, storage, application lifecycle management, IT service management, ITIL processes, problem management, Configuration and Release management, DevOps, Application Management, IT continuity and disaster recovery services and more.

'We had a difficult time narrowing down the list to 40,' added Gilenson, 'We know that out of this year's list will come some truly amazing ideas that will help many companies to go far."

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