Veritas Advances Utility Computing Mission
At its Vision Conference, Veritas debuts new and revitalized products from its CommandCentral family and outlines the direction of its MicroMeasure usage-metering technology.To help drive its utility computing agenda, Veritas Software Corp. on Tuesday is introducing new and revitalized products from its CommandCentral family and is outlining the direction of MicroMeasure, the usage-metering technology acquired through its acquisition of Ejasent Inc. Unveiled at the storage vendors Veritas Vision Conference in Las Vegas, CommandCentral Storage 4.0 and CommandCentral Availability 4.0 are joining the bolstered CommandCentral Service 4.0 portal as new Veritas offerings designed to help customers better attain desired service levels, streamline discovery and incorporate optimized storage infrastructure management, said officials of Mountain View, Calif., company. The new CommandCentral software is scheduled to be available in July. The enhanced CommandCentral portal features a new workflow engine capable of ensuring the modeling and automation of services including server provisioning, storage provisioning and the protection of data. To keep an eye on application availability, CommandCentral Availability imports features from Veritas Global Cluster Manager to monitor and maintain centralized cluster activity for reporting purposes.
CommandCentral Storage brings together the muscle of Veritas SANPoint Controlthe storage software providers storage area network (SAN) management softwareand Storage Reporter into a single tool to track the entire online and offline storage operation.
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