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nworks Transfers Domino and BlackBerry SPI Product Line to NiCE GmbH
nworks announced today the transfer of their Domino and BlackBerry Smart Plug-in (SPI) product lines to NiCE GmbH in Stuttgart, Germany. nworks is going to focus exclusively on solutions around VMware, said Greg Stephens, founder and CEO of nworks. We have a singular expertise when it comes to extracting and manipulating data from VMware environments and we see VMware as the clear market leader in the server virtualization space going forward. nworks technology allows organizations to leverage their investment in enterprise systems management to include VMware management which makes deploying VMware into production environments that much easier from both cost and process perspectives.

NiCE GmbH and their US based affiliate, inConIT Corporation, are one of only a handful of companies worldwide that develop certified SPIs for HP Software products. NiCE/inConIT are most notably known for their DB2, PeopleSoft, and Remedy SPIs for HP Operations Manager. nworks and NiCE/inConIT have worked together for many years and the transfer of the Domino and BlackBerry SPIs makes sense both from a business perspective and for nworks customers.

nworks will be focused on their VMware solutions: the Smart Plug-in for VMware for HP Software Operations Manager; and the Management Pack for VMware for Microsoft Systems Center Operations Manager. These connectors from nworks allow organizations to directly incorporate day to day VMware management into the enterprise management frameworks from HP and Microsoft. nworks currently has 100s of customers around the globe using their technology with 1000s of licenses currently in use.

Published Wednesday, June 11, 2008 10:22 PM by David Marshall
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