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VMTurbo Cloud Operations Manager Delivers Agility to the Cloud

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VMTurbo Cloud Operations Manager Delivers Agility to the Cloud
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VMTurbo, provider of software to analyze, optimize and control the virtualized data center, today announced availability of the VMTurbo Cloud Operations Manager for multiple virtual center and Cloud environments. Designed specifically to orchestrate across multiple layers of services and infrastructure, the VMTurbo Cloud Operations Manager helps organizations achieve the agility promised by virtualization and cloud computing in large, complex and dynamic environments.

An intelligent workload management solution for Cloud and virtualized environments, the VMTurbo Cloud Operations Manager uses an economic scheduling engine to dynamically adjust resource allocation to meet business goals. As a result, VMTurbo ensures that applications get the resources they need to operate reliably, while utilizing infrastructure and human resources in the most efficient way.

6fusion to Integrate with VMTurbo
6fusion, a provider of utility-metered public, private and hybrid cloud infrastructure management software and services, plans to integrate with VMTurbo Cloud Operations Manager to drive increased value for its internationally distributed network of datacenters. 

“With VMTurbo and 6fusion combined, customers and partners are able to better manage virtualized infrastructure and do so more efficiently.  Together we will significantly improve agility, scalability, and operational efficiency for cloud operators,” said Rob Bissett, Vice President, Product Management, 6fusion.

The VMTurbo Cloud Operations Manager is geared to manage multiple virtual centers, multiple hypervisors and provides multi-tenancy customer-scoped views. Features specific to the VMTurbo Cloud Operations Manager include:

•    Grouping support for standard groups (data centers, clusters, storage tiers, folders) as well as custom groups,
•    Workload placement policies,
•    Policy driven corrective action execution,
•    email/SNMP notifications,
•    Workload service levels,    
•    Resource analysis settings,
•    Storage configuration settings,
•    Active directory support,
•    REST/Perl API.

“IT management is struggling to meet the challenges of managing multiple virtual center environments with yesterday’s tools, which invariably are siloed by technology and function, stuck in the weeds of collecting too much detailed data, swamped by a myriad of point tools with little intelligence to automate decision making,” said Shmuel Kliger, president and CEO of VMTurbo. “With the VMTurbo Cloud Operations Manager, organizations can eliminate the multiple plagues of performance degradation, inefficiencies, waste and unscalable operations and ensure that they are utilizing the virtual environment as efficiently as possible.”

Pricing and Availability

For managing multi-virtual center and cloud environments, VMTurbo offers the VMTurbo Cloud Operations Manager at $49 per socket per month or $9 per VM per month.

Related Links

Find out more about VMTurbo Cloud Operations Manager at: http://www.vmturbo.com/products/cloud-operations-manager/
Download a free 30 days trial here: http://www.vmturbo.com/vmturbo-management-suite-download/

About VMTurbo
VMTurbo provides an integrated software suite for proactive and automated management of workload and resources in virtualized data centers. Only VMTurbo provides a holistic view of your virtual infrastructure as well as detailed action plans with respect to workload placement and resource allocation.  Our customers accomplish ever more, with less IT resources, by using our suite to analyze, optimize and control their virtual infrastructure.

 

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