Virtualisation management to be at the heart of all INSYSTEK installations

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Virtualisation management to be at the heart of all INSYSTEK installations

Enterprise management software provider INSYSTEK has placed virtualisation right at the centre of its strategy for managing complex virtual environments.

 

According to a statement by INSYSTEK chief technology officer, Richard Carlsen, virtualisation management will be an enabled technology to all INSYSTEK solutions with initial support for VMware’s VirtualCenter expected to be in beta with in the next couple of months.

 

INSYSTEK says that its Virtualize technology provides the ability to manage complex virtual infrastructures from the same console used to manage the physical one. It can be used to automatically discover virtual assets and determine resource usage and performance.

 

In the next 12 months Virtual IT solutions will be enabled with features such as enterprise management support for thousands of physical and virtual machines; virtual infrastructure systems and resources discovery; virtual servers and desktop creation; automatically tracking and managing of physical and virtual relationships.

 

The company says it will also deploy software applications to a virtual environment and run reports for virtual resource configurations and usage. The solutions will audit virtual machines for resource configurations and guests for operating system and software configurations.

 

“Virtualisation Management is going into the 5.0 release of all our solutions,” adds Carlsen. “Customers will be able to discover and map virtual environments, create virtual machines, track and manage physical and virtual relationships and automate the lifecycle of a large number of virtual servers and desktops."

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This was first published in October 2006

 

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