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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.
HotLink debuts cloud management, monitoring for VMware vCenter
HotLink announced HotLink Cloud Management Express, providing management of public and private clouds from within VMware vCenter. A single point of administration, monitoring, management and automation enables companies to leverage existing VMware vCenter-compatible tools and workflows, such as orchestration, self-service portals, PowerCLI scripts and automation across hybrid resources.
HotLink Launches Multi-Platform Management Product
HotLink announced a new management solution called HotLink Cloud Management Express, part of the new HotLink Hybrid Management Suite. HotLink Cloud Management Express is a VMware vCenter plug-in that extends existing vCenter management capabilities to additional resources including Microsoft Azure, vCloud Air, OpenStack, Amazon EC2, Microsoft Hyper-V, Citrix XenServer and Red Hat Enterprise Linux (KVM).
HotLink Launches Cloud Management Express for Integrated Management of Public and Private Cloud Workloads
HotLink announced HotLink Cloud Management Express, which extends VMware vCenter capabilities to public and private cloud resources including Azure, vCloud Air, OpenStack, Amazon EC2, Hyper-V, XenServer and KVM. Companies can easily unify administration and management in one streamlined, tightly integrated solution that works out of the box.
Startup HotLink unveils solution leveraging vCenter to manage non-vCenter environments
Santa Clara-based HotLink has announced HotLink Cloud Management Express, which extends VMware vCenter capabilities so companies can also integrate, administer, monitor and manage the administration and management of public and private cloud non-vCenter resources. HotLink has a hybrid sales model, and the roadmap calls for significant channel expansion.
Pain-Free Migration To The Public Cloud
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Embrace Hybrid IT and Lead the Pack
Whether you are leading an enterprise or small data center, there is a high likelihood you are considering cloud-based computing technologies. You may have to support diverse applications and end user requirements with a range of technical, service-level, regulatory and cost constraints. Many are just realizing they are dealing with a new set of silos and a significantly more complex ecosystem as a result.
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