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February 6, 2007

VMware Introduces New Virtualization Management Bundle

Filed under: Virtualization — tuxicity @ 8:16 am

VMware Introduces New Virtualization Management Bundle >>>

VMware, Inc., a provider of virtual infrastructure software, today announced a new bundle designed to provide Small and Medium Businesses (SMBs) using the free VMware Server with a way to manage their virtual infrastructure which includes VirtualCenter for VMware Server with enterprise-class support from VMware for $1,500. VMware Server, is a hosted virtualization product for Linux and Windows servers that enables users to partition a physical server into multiple virtual machines.

With VMware VirtualCenter for VMware Server, users can benefit from Centralized Management that enables monitoring of virtual machines and hosts from a single interface, including the ability to set up alerts via email or predefine actions based on thresholds such as CPU utilization, Rapid Server Provisioning that reduces time required to provision a server from hours or days down to minutes and provides pre-configured templates.

“VMware has always believed that virtualization is useful for companies of all sizes from the largest enterprise down to SMBs,” said Ben Matheson, Director of product management for SMBs at VMware. “We believe this new bundle will create an on-ramp for SMBs to virtualize their environments with a cost-effective, feature-rich management suite that provides tangible benefits, including lower costs and increased responsiveness to business needs.”

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