Embotics leaves stealth mode with V-Commander

Quoting from the Embotics official announcement:

Embotics, the Virtual Machine (VM) Lifecycle Management Company, today launched V-Commander, a centralized, policy based control and management system for enterprise VMs. Embotics’ V-Commander manages large pools of VMs; controlling VM sprawl and automating VM management tasks, providing real operational benefits, control and oversight.

V-Commander can display the genealogy of any VM in real time, making it simple to patch, configure, manage and rollback all related VMs. V-Commander also uses a range of VM markers and policies to control VM deployment and automate or simplify many control tasks that today consume valuable staff time.

Intuitive and easy-to-use, V-Commander is built specifically for the virtualized data center and offers the following unique features:

  • Manages online and offline images
  • Automatic genealogy tracking allows for coordinated “family” actions (configuration, patching, retirement, etc.)
  • Integral policy engine automates important control policies including separation of duties, deployment control and VI partitioning
  • Built in secure repository provides a definitive VM library, facilitating standardization and easy deployment
  • Provides VM operational oversight, control and audit, complete with drill-down capability

…Starting at USD $25,000, Embotics V-Commander is generally available in Q4 2007.

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