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ManageEngine to Flex Data Center Management Muscle at VMworld 2013

ManageEngine, the real-time IT management company, today previewed the product announcements it will make at VMworld 2013 to help data center and IT management teams defy the cost and complexity conventions that have defined data center management.

Applications Manager, OpManager, Password Manager Pro and Site24x7 will receive key upgrades designed to streamline and simplify the management of applications, physical and virtual infrastructure, security, and cloud environments. ManageEngine will unveil the latest advances in its data center and IT management tools in booth 2410 at VMworld 2013 to be held at Moscone Center in San Francisco, August 25–29, 2013.

Technology continues to drive business innovation. Today, much of the business-to-customer interaction is Internet-based and automated by technology, from online marketing to customer acquisition, transaction processing and beyond. In turn, data center management is playing a critical role in a growing number of organizations seeking effective, affordable tools for managing the availability, performance and security of their computing infrastructures.

“The theme of the 10th annual VMworld is for companies to defy convention and radically streamline their data center and virtualization infrastructure,” said Raj Sabhlok, president of ManageEngine, a division of Zoho Corp. “When IT management gets too complicated or too costly, IT services can suffer. That’s true in the data center and throughout the enterprise, so we engineer our software to set the price/performance standard in IT management. Our latest round of upgrades is no exception and gives companies of every size and budget the solutions they need to optimize their data center and enterprise IT environments.”

ManageEngine News at VMworld 2013

At this year’s VMworld, ManageEngine will demonstrate the latest upgrades to Applications Manager, its application performance monitoring solution; OpManager, its network performance management software; Password Manager Pro, its privileged password management software; and Site24x7, its cloud infrastructure monitoring service.

  • Applications Manager will support automatic mapping of virtual machines to their underlying physical storage arrays, improving IT operations teams’ end-to-end visibility into the performance of virtual resources.
  • OpManager will gain real-time, layer 2 topology maps and a layer 2 discovery option that automatically discovers all network devices including routers, switches, physical servers, storage devices and virtual devices.
  • Password Manager Pro will let administrators manage privileged passwords and also remotely access IT resources in the data center via secure, one-click connection — regardless of how many intermediate hops are needed to reach the remote resource.
  • Site24x7 will add support for VMware vSphere as well as Amazon EC2 and Amazon RDS web services, enabling companies to monitor public and hybrid cloud environments as well as their private cloud infrastructure.

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Published Wednesday, August 07, 2013 6:29 PM by David Marshall
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