Datacentre technology supplier ClearCube Technology is embark upon a programme to introduce its newly released Sentral 5.0 management software.
ClearCube says that Sentral 5.0 can be used to increase control over computing assets and decrease overall operating costs. The management software embedded within Sentral is designed to give IT administrators one place to monitor and control entire deployments of local and remote computing assets, such as those in a datacentre.
The software's author is confident enough to insist that in addition to simplifying deployment management, the software delivers cost reductions through features such as dynamic resource allocation, virtual desktop management, active health monitoring and blade switching and sparing.
Sentral can also be leveraged to support virtualised desktops as well as other vendors' blade systems. Says Bob Galush, vice president, desktop marketing, Lenovo. "Large enterprises are always looking for better ways to manage their centralised computing assets and the new ClearCube solution will help meet our customers' needs while delivering improved capabilities."