Embotics is rolling out Version 3.0 of its V-Commander offering for the automation and management of virtual environments, with the idea of driving down operational costs and increasing automation of the infrastructure. V-Commander also comes in three modules, enabling enterprises to pick and choose which features to buy when they need them.
Embotics is looking to reduce the operational costs associated with server
virtualization in the data center.
The company Aug. 25 rolled out V-Commander 3.0, which is aimed at increasing
automation and management in virtualized environments.
V-Commander 3.0 gives IT professionals a deep look into their environments,
enabling them to get a historical look at events in their virtualized
environments and offering a host of reporting capabilities. In addition,
V-Commander 3.0 can establish and enforce policies, suspend virtual machines
that don't comply with policies, assign policy attributes at various levels
throughout the virtual infrastructure and alert IT managers via e-mail.
The enhanced software also includes better role-based access control,
support for mixed VMware environments and better compatibility with VMware's
Embotics is offering V-Commander in three modules, enabling businesses to
pick and choose what they need, giving them greater control over their virtual
infrastructure deployments and an easier way to pay for them.
The modules include Federated Inventory Management, a real-time inventory
and reporting system; Resource and Cost Management: Automated, which offers
resource management and cost containment features, improving accountability,
reducing administrative time and optimizing resource utilization; and the Operational
and Risk Management module, which offers process automation and control, offering
a more consistent environment and improved oversight.