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Fortisphere Joins VMware

Fortisphere joins VMware Community Source program

CHANTILLY, Va. -- Fortisphere, a leading provider of policy-based virtualization management software, today announced that it has joined the VMware Community Source program, a collaborative development initiative designed to accelerate the creation of a rich variety of products that integrate with VMware Infrastructure, the industry-leading datacenter virtualization and management suite.

The VMware Community Source program combines the best elements of open source and enterprise development, allowing partners to advance their level of functionality, enhance interoperability with VMware products and dramatically reduce the time to market virtualization solutions for their customers.

The VMware Community Source program has created a premier ecosystem focused on developing innovative solutions for VMware environments,” said Michael Harper, president and CEO, Fortisphere. “Our participation in the program provides us with access to technical resources and support that are critical for developing solutions that enhance our Virtual Essentials suite for VMware Infrastructure. As broader adoption of virtualization continues, Fortisphere will work with VMware and its partner ecosystem to develop and deliver integrated, interoperable and innovative solutions for our customers.”

Fortisphere Inc.

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