ATLANTA -- Racemi Inc. today announced new versions of its DynaCenter data center automation software specifically built for rapid server recovery, disaster recovery and server consolidation implementations.
"There is a revolution coming in data center operations where virtualization technology is used for automated server provisioning and reallocation of resources," said Lawrence Guillory, vice president of sales and marketing, Racemi. "Our patented technology automates data center operations and helps customers efficiently manage ever-increasing numbers of servers that are both physical and virtual."
Racemi DynaCenter uses virtualization to automate the movement of server images, including operating systems, storage and network configurations and applications, to dissimilar hardware -- reducing infrastructure costs along with the time and risk typically introduced by manual processes.
"We see an important emerging class of technology to help create a dynamic datacenter and leverage the combination of physical and virtual servers," said John Abbott, chief analyst, at The 451 Group, a technology industry analyst company. "With its DynaCenter software, Racemi is a pioneer in moving data center workloads around -- a concept now catching on elsewhere."