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VMLogix LabManager Adds Support for VMware ESX 3.5
VMLogix, Inc., a leading provider of virtual lab automation solutions that help software companies and IT organizations leverage virtualization to consolidate lab infrastructure and automate build and test processes, today announced that VMLogix LabManager now supports the latest version of VMware Infrastructure 3, VMware ESX 3.5.

VMLogix LabManager is an all-inclusive software lifecycle management solution which supports leading enterprise-level virtualization platforms from Citrix, Microsoft and VMware. VMLogix LabManager helps software engineering organizations ensure fast, repeatable and consistent development and test environment setups while driving increased collaboration between development, test and support teams—resulting in increased employee productivity and accelerated times to market for everything from bug fixes to new product applications.

“As more enterprises deploy server virtualization, they are also using, or plan to use, more than one hypervisor.  Providing a platform-agnostic virtual lab automation solution that meets the needs of heterogenous data centers is a main objective for us,” said Sameer Dholakia, CEO of VMLogix. “VMLogix LabManager supports all the industry leading virtualization platforms, and offers the highest performance and flexibility of any offering on the market today.”

Visit VMLogix booth #32 to learn more about why VMware ESX customers are choosing VMLogix LabManager as the best-in-class lab automation solution.  VMLogix LabManager with support for VMware ESX 3.5 is available now.  Pricing starts at $25,000.  For more information about LabManager, visit
Published Wednesday, February 27, 2008 12:07 PM by David Marshall
cruelremote - (Author's Link) - March 2, 2008 5:03 AM

is it one application ?? for It ?


David Marshall - March 2, 2008 7:34 AM

Not sure what you are asking.  The application supports a number of virtualization platform vendors.  

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