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Hatsize Announces Latest Release with VMware vSphere 5 Support

Hatsize, the leading cloud automation software provider for hands-on demos and training, today announced the general availability of its flagship product, Hatsize 3.13. Designed in collaboration with leading customers' input, Hatsize 3.13 delivers support for VMware vSphere 5 and enhanced capabilities to demo and train technology products to anyone, anytime, anywhere in the world as a hosted cloud service.

"With the release of Hatsize 3.13, Hatsize is helping customers accelerate their migration to more efficient, cloud-based product launches and training," said Guy Hummel, Hatsize CEO. "The enhancements we've introduced in Hatsize 3.13 enable technology and training companies to provide faster and easier hands-on product demos and training to their globally distributed prospects, customers, channel partners and staff."

New and extended features in Hatsize 3.13 include the following:

  • Hatsize now supports VMware's latest vSphere release - VMware vSphere 5, which supports virtual machines (VMs) that are up to four times more powerful than previous versions; VMs can now be configured with up to 1 terabyte of memory and 32 virtual CPUs.
  • Session Sharing enables users to quickly and easily invite prospects into Hatsize virtual labs, ideal for doing a product trial after a demo.
  • Enhanced Mentor Configuration makes it faster and easier than ever to set up and configure mentors for product trials and self-paced training sessions.
  • Improved Scheduling and provisioning of sessions consistently ranks as one of the top values of cloud automation tools such as Hatsize. As a result, Hatsize has improved the performance of scheduling sessions anywhere in the world.

Find out more about the Hatsize product and Hatsize solutions for sales, channels and training.

Published Tuesday, June 05, 2012 6:03 PM by David Marshall
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