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Trigence Enhances Software

JERSEY CITY, N.J. and OTTAWA -- Trigence, the leader in virtualization at the application level, today announced a package of enhancements to optimize its application virtualization software, Trigence AE 3.0, for Linux and Solaris. The Trigence AE optimization package for Linux and Solaris includes significant enhancements to streamline application configuration management, reduce operational costs, maximize efficiencies, and drive the move toward true enterprise virtualization and utility computing. To learn more, visit Trigence executives this week at LinuxWorld Booth #835.

According to a recent report by The 451 Group, application virtualization will be one of the next technologies to permeate the enterprise IT market, leading to greater efficiency and power savings1, and IDC predicts that the virtualization services market will grow from $5.5 billion in 2006 to $11.7 billion in 20112. Through Trigence encapsulation, Trigence AE separates the application and its dependencies from the operating systems to improve application manageability and eliminate the need for application re-configuration or re-installation to move, migrate or update applications. New key features include:

Streamlined capsule management

  • Radical reduction in the time required to use a capsule on Linux or Solaris
  • Rapid capsule property changes and expanded capsule cloning
  • Ability to access capsules expanded on a network share (iSCSI, SAN, NAS and NFS)
  • Extension of encapsulated processes to multiple network devices

Expanded user capabilities

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