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Fortisphere joins VMware TAP program

Chantilly, Va.—February 25, 2008—Fortisphere, a leading provider of virtual machine lifecycle management software, today announced that it has joined the VMware Technology Alliance Partner (TAP) program.

As a VMware Select Level TAP program member, Fortisphere will have access to the technology, integration points and marketing resources that ensure an ongoing collaborative product development strategy. Through this partnership, Fortisphere will continue to develop and integrate its product suite, Virtual Essentials™, to positively enhance virtual platforms, providing extended management capabilities within the virtual infrastructure.

“As a member of the TAP program, we will be able to grow, develop and integrate our Virtual Essentials product suite with VMware’s products for enhanced compatibility across desktops, workstations and servers,” said Michael Harper, president and CEO, Fortisphere. “Fortisphere’s technology is the perfect complement to VMware technologies and we look forward to working with VMware to meet the growing market demand for virtual machine lifecycle management solutions.”

Fortisphere recently announced the general availability of Fortisphere Virtual Essentials, a virtual machine (VM) lifecycle management solution suite that provides organizations with cradle-to-grave identification, tracking, reporting and management of online and offline virtual machines. Based on Fortisphere’s pioneering Smart Growth™ approach to rapidly expanding virtual infrastructures through greater visibility, granular control and policy-enforced best practices, organizations can ensure virtual machines are operating securely and efficiently.

About Fortisphere

Fortisphere is a provider of Virtual Machine Lifecycle Management software that ensures virtualized environments operate efficiently, effectively and securely. Founded in October 2006, Fortisphere is pioneering the concept of Smart Growth, a way to facilitate rapid expansion of virtual infrastructures through greater visibility, granular control and best practices. Fortisphere is a venture-backed company, headquartered in the greater Washington, DC area, with offices in Boston, MA and McLean, VA. More information about Fortisphere is located online at www.fortisphere.com.

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