SAN MATEO, CA–(Marketwired – Jan 27, 2016) – Nlyte Software, the leading data center service management (DCSM) solution provider for seamlessly automating data center operations and infrastructure into an enterprises IT ecosystem, today announced full support for VM server virtualization technology from Oracle Corp. The Nlyte Connector for Oracle VM enables customers to align and reconcile resources running across their virtual, logical and physical platforms, which enables IT organizations to view each layer, and the resources being used, in context of other resources present in the data center. This integration results in improved transparency for day-to-day operations and in troubleshooting incidents when they occur.
In the highly competitive virtualization market, Oracle VM Server differentiates itself by delivering leading performance and scalability, as well as the deepest support for the open-source platform OpenStack.
“With the increasing use of virtualization technologies, it is important for organizations to be able to reconcile the virtual, logical and physical layers being used by their applications,” said Robert Neave, CTO of Nlyte Software, “Nlyte’s support for Oracle VM Server joins our existing support of VMware, Microsoft and Citrix server virtualization solutions. No matter how heterogeneous an organizations’ virtualization strategy, Nlyte can help them more efficiently manage data center resources from application down to the concrete.”
Available as a packaged connector, the Nlyte Connector for Oracle VM is now available. Click here for more information.
About Nlyte Software
Nlyte is the leading software company that automates the management of services provided by the data center (DCSM). Many of the world’s largest and most sophisticated data centers use Nlyte to become more agile, reduce costs and operate more efficiently. Founded in 2004, Nlyte provides a comprehensive and proven DCSM solution with a modern, web-services architecture. With Nlyte, customers can easily manage all their existing data center processes, resources, policies, assets and interrelationships. For more information, visit www.nlyte.com or follow @nlyte on Twitter.
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