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Blue Medora Expands VMware vRealize Expertise to Dell PowerEdge

Blue Medora LogoBlue Medora, a cloud system management and application performance management software provider based in Grand Rapids, Mich, is introducing a new VMware vRealize Operations Management Pack for Dell PowerEdge. 

The pack is part of a comprehensive set of cloud systems management and datacenter automation software products that can view, optimize and analyze the enterprise stack - application, database, compute, storage, and network performance, demand and capacity. 

The new Dell-focused solution gives PowerEdge users access to predictive analytics, performance and capacity information, allowing for proactive monitoring and troubleshooting of their entire environment from a single console. This includes visibility and insights into the performance and health of their Dell server workloads running on VMware. The pack also monitors Dell servers and related hardware using VMware vRealize Operations to identify and resolve issues across the applications stack before they occur.

According to Blue Medora, the company's products cover more than 75 percent of the converged IT market and 85 percent of the world's enterprise databases.  Their products are sold exclusively through the channel with about 70 resellers including VMware as a partner and investor.

"The release of our Management Pack for Dell PowerEdge extends our ability to meet the needs of customers across a wide range of technology environments and platforms," said Mike Kelly, Blue Medora CTO.  "Our strategy will see our product range expand still further in coming months to deliver the most comprehensive and capable cloud management and application performance management product suite available anywhere."

For a full illustration of the capabilities of Blue Medora's Management Pack for Dell PowerEdge, click here.
Published Thursday, January 28, 2016 1:57 PM by David Marshall
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