Neptuny To support VMware vSphere By The End Of This Year

Neptuny today announced that Neptuny Caplan will support VMware vSphere by the end of 2009.

VMware vSphere, launched last week as “the industry’s first cloud operating system” has been designed to enable customers to transform their IT infrastructures into a federation of private and on-demand to external clouds. The final promise of vSphere (and other similar initiatives) is making IT services more easily accessible, flexible and reliable, thus providing more control over service levels, without increasing infrastructure complexity and costs.

Neptuny recently joined VMware’s Technology Alliance Partner program and Caplan, its flagship product providing Capacity Planning for large data centers and networks, fully supports virtualized environments based on VMware technology.

In particular, Caplan supports consolidation and virtualization initiatives on ESX servers by first identifying the best candidates and targets and then suggesting optimal placements (with respect to technical, business and compliance criteria) together with suggestions on how to assign appropriate resource shares. Therefore, by supporting VMware vSphere, Neptuny will enable customers to adopt the vSphere technology and to manage all resources of the next-generation data centers with the same ease of use available in Caplan.

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