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uptime software Launches Podcast with Virtual Strategy Magazine on the Future of Virtualization
uptime software, winner of a TechWorld IT Product of the Year Award and a finalist in the Red Herring 2008 Top 50 Companies in Canada, recently spoke with Virtual Strategy Magazines Carryl Roy to discuss virtual environment monitoring and management, as well as future trends in virtualization.

During the podcast, uptime highlights the need for a Single Pane of Glass enterprise dashboard and discusses how it can enable IT managers to properly evaluate critical infrastructure across multiple Environments, Platforms, Domains, Applications, Databases, and Locations.

To listen to the podcast please visit Virtual Strategy Magazines website.

The podcast includes:

  • Who is uptime software?
  • Virtualization Monitoring Management Strategies
  • Sociable Software
  • Whats next for uptime
  • Viewpoint: the future of virtualization
  • Information about uptime and its offerings

The podcast gave us an opportunity to explore the current and future state of Virtualization, including the physical and virtual management of enterprise IT infrastructure, said Alex Bewley, CTO of uptime software. We enjoyed being able to provide our thoughts to the Virtual Strategy Magazine Readership.

"uptime has a very sound understanding of how enterprises need to look at their infrastructure, especially when virtualized. I am excited to watch their continued growth," says Carryl Roy of Virtual Strategy Magazine.

In addition to the podcast, Virtual Strategy Magazine recently published an article by uptime software CTO Alex Bewley, titled The Reductionist Mindset. This article is a refreshing take on the impact of green thinking on systems management and the positive effects virtualization is having on the environment. The article discusses why companies should look at their carbon footprints, both for the sake of the environment and their budgets.

Published Friday, October 17, 2008 6:00 AM by David Marshall
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bfleming98 - October 17, 2008 8:39 AM

I will certainly listen to the podcast.  Uptimesoftware is a little too heavy for my needs- I use a free service called http://www.internetuptimemonitor.com that will just email me when my site(s) go offline.  But for the corporate world they probably need something a little heavier.

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