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Data Synapse Works With VMware

DataSynapse to offer dynamic service management for VMware infrastructure

NEW YORK -- DataSynapse, Inc., a world leader in dynamic application service management software for the next-generation data center, today announced that it is working with VMWare, the global leader in virtualization solutions from the desktop to the data center, to provide customers with simplified deployment and operational management of application platforms and services to facilitate always on, always responsive virtualized applications.

As a member of the VMware Technology Alliance Partner (TAP) program, DataSynapse plans to integrate its FabricServer dynamic application service management software specifically with VMware VirtualCenter, which enables administrators to provision, monitor and manage their virtual data centers through a single console. This integration will allow IT organizations to automate deployment and provisioning and optimize service levels of server applications in a virtualized infrastructure, helping them to reduce capital and operating costs while delivering order of magnitude improvement in time to market for critical business applications.

DataSynapse FabricServer software is an enabling platform for standardizing and automating the configuration, activation, scaling and aligning application service levels with planned business policies, which minimizes downtime, automates service level management and improves enterprise application performance. Combined with VMware VMotionTM technology, VMware’s unique live migration capability, FabricServer provides responsive horizontal scalability.

“Customers use VMware solutions to drive optimization, utilization, and cost efficiencies for their infrastructure investments,” said Peter Lee, CEO & co-founder of DataSynapse. “With this integration we can offer customers the ability to dynamically provision applications in a VMware environment. The resulting integrated interoperability between different layers in the virtualization stack is a prime example of what is required for next-generation data center initiatives.”

DataSynapse Inc.

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