Storage Web Digest: AppIQ Corp. Releases Next Version of Storage Utility Management Suite
AppIQ Solution Suite 2.0 adds business policy automation, risk analysis advisors, automated provisioning and integrated asset management and chargeback.
Enterprise StorageAppIQ Corp. Ships Next Version of Storage Utility Management Suite With Release 2.0, AppIQ Solution Suite builds on a comprehensive management platform and adds business policy automation, risk analysis advisors, automated provisioning and integrated asset management and chargeback. Additionally, for the first time, customers can build on top of the AppIQ Solution Suite platform with OpenRADa set of open development tools that allows customers to extend the AppIQ Solution Suite management platform. The result is an integrated application-to-storage solution enabling the management of your storage as a utility where storage is provided as a seamless service to the application.
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