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New products of the week 08.17.2015
The new HotLink Cloud Management Express integrates, administrates, monitors and manages public and private cloud resources spanning AWS, Azure, vCloud Air, OpenStack, Hyper-V, XenServer, KVM and vSphere, using VMware vCenter.
HotLink enhances integrated management of public and private cloud workloads with Cloud Management Express
HotLink extended VMware vCenter capabilities with Cloud Management Express to enable enterprises to unify the administration and management of public and private cloud resources in one streamlined, integrated solution that works out of the box – providing public cloud support for Azure, vCloud Air, OpenStack and Amazon EC2, and on-premises support for OpenStack, Hyper-V, XenServer and KVM.
HotLink Showcases Award Winning Hybrid Virtualization and Cloud Management Solutions at VMworld
Each year at VMworld, I look forward to catching up with HotLink to find out what they have been cooking up for us in the virtualization and cloud management space. Each year, they come up with something new, which is why they have consistently been awarded Best of VMworld awards for the last few years.
Mix N Match Clouds
HotLink Corp. announced this week its HotLink Cloud Management Express, which extends VMware vCenter and compatible tools, including orchestration, self-service portals, PowerCLI scripts and automation, across various VMs so companies can unify management of hybrid clouds.
HotLink Introduces Cloud Management Express for Integrated Management of Cloud Workloads
HotLink introduced HotLink Cloud Management Express, which extends VMware vCenter so companies can unify management of both public and private cloud resources in one integrated solution. It provides public cloud support for Microsoft Azure, vCloud Air, OpenStack, and Amazon EC2, and on-premises support for OpenStack, Microsoft Hyper-V, Citrix XenServer and Red Hat KVM.
vCenter gains power to manage multiple clouds
HotLink has enhanced the capabilities of VMware vCenter by giving it the power to manage multiple public clouds, including Azure, vCloud Air, OpenStack and Amazon EC2, and also wrangle on-premises OpenStack, Hyper-V, XenServer and KVM. The idea here is pretty simple: if you use vCenter and other clouds or hypervisors, it may well be convenient to use one management tool rather than a handful.
HotLink Enables Azure, OpenStack Management Through vCenter
As a provider that extends the reach of VMware vCenter into other IT environments, HotLink has been giving IT a way to manage multiple types of virtual machines running on-premise or in the cloud. The company is now extending that reach to include Microsoft Azure and OpenStack clouds. Organizations have already standardized on vCenter to manage their on-premise environments and may benefit from the ability to use the same management for multiple clouds.
HotLink enables multi-cloud management in vCenter
VMware vCenter is getting an update so it can manage multiple public clouds. It is not VMware rolling out these new capabilities, but rather HotLink. Hotlink Cloud Management Express ties into vCenter and provides it with the ability to manage virtual machines located on Azure, Amazon Web Services, vCloud Air and OpenStack.
HotLink unites cloud management under VMware vCenter
With VMware owning more than half of the on-premise virtualization market, the people at HotLink have a simple proposition: Why not use VMware vCenter to manage an entire hybrid cloud ecosystem? The company is rolling out a cloud management platform that promises to unite management of major public and private cloud platforms under a single console - vCenter.
HotLink unites cloud management under vCenter
The company today is rolling out a cloud management platform that promises to unite management of major public and private cloud platforms under a single console based upon vCenter. Called Cloud Management Express, the platform manages Microsoft Azure, VMware VCloud Air, OpenStack and Amazon Web Services EC2 platforms in the public cloud, as well as OpenStack, Microsoft Hyper-V, Red Hat KVM and Xen cloud platforms behind the firewall.