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Uptime software to monitor VMware ESX 3i


Toronto, Canada, (PRWEB) March 11, 2008 -- uptime software is excited to announce that "up.time" fully supports VMware ESX 3i when customers contact uptime's support team. The world's largest system providers, Dell, Fujitsu Siemens, HP, and IBM will start to ship their servers embedded with VMware ESX Server 3i. uptime software, creators of 'up.time' IT systems management software, is proud to be a certified VMware partner and part of the VMware Technology Alliance. New virtual technologies demand new VMware-ready solutions and up.time offers the perfect complement to VMware ESX with rich, new functionality.


up.time now offers capabilities that no one else in the marketplace can match across ESX 2.x, ESX 3.x, and ESX 3i:
> Deep, rich, and granular VMware monitoring, including ESX tracking and instance workload analysis.
> Easy and effective planning for physical-to-virtual (P-2-V) migrations, server virtualization and server consolidation
> Dynamic discovery and tracking of all VMware infrastructure
> See dramatic increases in VMware density on servers with up.time's VMware performance optimization capabilities.
> Cut IT costs up to 75% by doubling capacity and maintaining performance without increasing hardware. Drive down licensing costs with straight-forward licensing while minimizing footprint and power costs.


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