August 07, 2012
ScaleXtreme can instantly launch, monitor, manage and patch Windows and Linux Servers in the Dell Cloud
SAN MATEO, Calif., Aug. 7 — ScaleXtreme, a leading provider of cloud and server management products, announced full support for Dell Cloud based on VMware vCloud Data Center Services. ScaleXtreme is the first vendor to announce full support of Dell's enterprise-class Infrastructure-as-a-Service compute platform.
Dell Cloud customers can now launch, monitor, manage and patch Windows Server and Linux machines hosted in the Dell Cloud. Dell customers can sign up for free or paid accounts and instantly start managing their Dell Cloud-based servers with ScaleXtreme. Managed Service Providers (MSP's) managing servers on the Dell Cloud can also use the ScaleXtreme product to seamlessly manage multiple customer accounts running on the Dell Cloud.
"Dell is one of the most trusted brands in server infrastructure, and the Dell Cloud gives customers a trusted platform to extend their datacenter with additional, "just in time" capacity," said ScaleXtreme CEO Nand Mulchandani. "We have worked closely with the Dell team to offer our product capabilities on the Dell Cloud and are excited to be the first management product to offer native support for the platform."
ScaleXtreme provides a single view, unifying the management of an organization's server environment – spanning private and public cloud machines, different public cloud providers running on any virtualization platform, and even physical servers. It works with Windows Servers and a variety of Linux-based operating systems and helps users rapidly scale server deployments using server templates. ScaleXtreme recently announced a number of additional features, including the industry's only cloud cost-management tools, which enable IT professionals to gain visibility into cloud provider costs, establish role-based budgets and prevent the launch of unauthorized cloud machines.
ScaleXtreme's products also come equipped with cloud-based patch management automation, which provides customers the ability to schedule, deploy and automate patches for multiple machines, as well as the on-the-go iPhone application that gives system administrators a unified view of their cloud instances through a single, simple interface.
Sign up for ScaleXtreme now: http://www.scalextreme.com/partners/dell
ScaleXtreme provides powerful, cloud-based server monitoring and automation products for cloud and on-premise servers. Its richly featured product set is built from the ground up to be simple, scalable and social. ScaleXtreme gives IT administrators a single unified monitoring and automation platform to build and control physical, virtual and public cloud servers. For more information, visit www.scalextreme.com.
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