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VMTurbo Rolls Out Support for Windows Server Hyper-V

VMTurbo, a leading provider of intelligent workload management software to assure application performance, today announced that it has added support for Microsoft Windows Server Hyper-V. Utilizing its platform-agnostic approach, VMTurbo brings its comprehensive virtualization management offering to both Hyper-V-only shops, as well as organizations with heterogeneous hypervisor environments. 

"With the addition of support for Windows Server Hyper-V, VMTurbo is giving IT directors and virtualization administrators a real time operation management solution to manage their entire heterogeneous virtual infrastructure," said Shmuel Kliger, president and CEO of VMTurbo. "VMTurbo's platform-agnostic approach provides a unified workload management solution to assure application performance while utilizing the infrastructure as efficiently as possible to realize the real value and maximize the ROI of their virtualized environments."

The elimination of IT silos, brought about by the emergence of virtualization, creates an opportunity for interference among mission-critical VMs -- interference that impacts both performance and efficiency. VMTurbo is the only real-time management solution for the virtualized data center that assures quality of service (QoS) while right-sizing the environment.

"Customers will appreciate VMTurbo's support for Windows Server Hyper-V. VMTurbo has made a practical enhancement to its product line that recognizes the realities of everyday IT environments," said Edwin Yuen, Director, Microsoft Corporation. "Whether you are managing a Microsoft-only environment or a blend of Windows Server Hyper-V and other hypervisors, VMTurbo has a set of management tools that provide visibility into application performance, make recommendations and automate the management of your virtual environments."


Pricing and Availability

Windows Server Hyper-V management capabilities are now part of all three VMTurbo editions:

  • Community Edition for infrastructure monitoring, problem detection and historical reporting (FREE for unlimited use);
  • Enterprise Operations Manager for real-time optimization and capacity planning ($25 per socket per month, or $5 per VM per month);
  • Cloud Operations Manager for managing multiple data centers and cloud environments ($49 per socket per month, or $9 per VM per month).

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Published Wednesday, August 10, 2011 9:01 AM by David Marshall
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