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Zeus accelerates adoption of utility computing
Zeus Technology, the award-winning innovative application traffic management software developer, today announces a new alliance with utility computing global leader Egenera.

Zeus joins the Egenera Accelerate alliance program as an Assured Solution Alliance member. With its BladeFrame® system of integrated hardware and software, Egenera has set new industry standards for simplicity and agility in enterprise data centres. The relationship will see Zeus working closely with Egenera to reduce IT complexity, improve business responsiveness and streamline operations through more reliable and intelligent application delivery. The combination of Zeus’ application expertise and Egenera’s breakthrough virtualisation technology will enable enterprise customers to significantly reduce costs and increase efficiency.

"In today's complex data centre environment organisations can no longer rely on manual effort to provision resource in the most cost-effective and timely manner." said Paul Di Leo, CEO at Zeus. "The powerful combination of Zeus Extensible Traffic Manager running on the Egenera BladeFrame will enable dynamic provision of resource, ensuring high availability of business-critical applications.”

Zeus Extensible Traffic Manager (ZXTM) is unique and integrated software that has been independently verified to be more powerful, more adaptable and easier to use than comparable products currently available on the market. ZXTM enables organisations to manage complex application traffic effectively, optimise application delivery over the network and to keep Web-enabled applications secure and safe from attack. The product also provides a centralised point of control to add intelligence, security and flexibility into utility computing environments.

As organisations move away from static physical banks of servers to a virtualised server environment, ZXTM, as a software-based solution, is uniquely placed to intelligently manage, secure and optimise complex application traffic. Switching focus to how much resource an application needs, rather than which servers are running that application, enables organisations to dramatically reduce IT costs whilst increasing reliability and application performance.

Thanks to ClickPress for the news.
Published Tuesday, April 04, 2006 6:51 AM by David Marshall
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