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Novell unveils new versions of Workload Management solutions
TT Correspondent |  New Delhi |  02 Jun 2010

Novell launched new versions of three of its PlateSpin Workload Management products,  PlateSpin Migrate, PlateSpin Protect and PlateSpin Forge with the new versions supporting both Linux and Windows platforms.

The new versions are designed specifically to work in the virtual and cloud computing environment.

 “Being able to migrate and protect at the server workload level is a critical step towards the promise of Intelligent Workload Management,” said Jim Ebzery, senior vice president and general manager for Security, Management and Operating Platforms at Novell. “With major upgrades to the PlateSpin Workload Management portfolio, Novell is breaking down the walls between platform silos and enabling customers to implement smart solutions for either their migration or disaster recovery needs, no matter what platform or operating system they choose to use. These new PlateSpin products allow organizations to move and protect entire server workloads with ease and flexibility, and help organizations achieve new operational efficiencies and cost savings in the data center – key enablers for operational and business success.”

The new versions will be available from this month.

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