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FullArmor CTO Danny Kim to Demonstrate VMWare Infrastructure Automation at VMWorld
FullArmor, the leader in enterprise policy management, today announced that CTO Danny Kim will be demonstrating how Workflow Studio automates and provisions VMWares virtual servers Wednesday, September 12 at VMWorld Session (ID#: IO30) Managing VMWare Infrastructure 3 with Windows PowerShell at 12:45pm PST at the Moscone South - Esplanade 304. Mr. Kim will be onstage with Antonio Dias, Senior Staff Software Engineer in the VirtualCenter Infrastructure Group at VMWare. Mr. Dias will be covering the comprehensive API set in the VMWare Infrastructure PowerShell extension.

Mr. Kim will be demonstrating how Workflow Studio for VMWare includes:

  • A web-based console that initiates workflows
  • Change and control process for ESX server creation
  • Workflows to configure the ESX servers

FullArmors Workflow Studio (WFS), which automates complex, time consuming Windows datacenter provisioning and administration tasks with workflow-enabled scripts. Without writing any code, WFS enables IT departments to mix and match Windows PowerShell scripts with workflow technology to manage Windows applications, virtual machines, Active Directory, Group Policy, and more.

To automate complex IT operations processes such as provisioning Virtual Machines, WFS uses a graphical console to make it drag and drop easy to workflow-enable Windows PowerShell scripts. From the WFS Console, administrators can easily create workflows that automatically perform multi-step systems management tasks in a controlled fashion. To execute individual operations, users simply point-and-click to drop standard scripts created with PowerShell, Windows Command, Visual Basic, and Java Script into a workflow. WFS includes sample workflow templates that can be used as is or modified to meet specific requirements.

Published Wednesday, September 12, 2007 6:55 AM by David Marshall
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