Wednesday, 10 October 2012

VMware vCloud Automation Center 5.1




VMware Updates vCloud Suite, Announces VMware vCloud Automation Center 5.1


VMware vCloud Automation Center 5.1 is the newest member of the vCloud ensemble.

VMware acquired cloud automation services provider DynamicOps in July 2012, and vCloud Automation Center is based on DynamicOps technology.

So what does vCloud Automation Center 5.1 actually do?
In a gist: “vCloud Automation Center is a service governor that allows IT administrators to provision private and public clouds using a policy-based approach in an automated fashion.”

vCloud Automation Center 5.1 Overview


Few key features of vCloud Automation Center 5.1

  • Provide a highly customizable, self-service portal to consumers of cloud services
  • Provision physical servers by integrating to BMC BladeLogic, Cisco UCS, or HP
  • Provision workloads on other hypervisors like Microsoft Hyper-V or XenServer
  • Provision workloads on public clouds like Amazon Web Services
  • Provide the ability to manage the lifecycle of different types of resources in a centralized and consistent fashion

How is vCloud Automation Center priced and licensed?

Product
Cost
vCloud Automation
Center for Server
$400 per VM in 25
machine packs
vCloud Automation
Center for Desktop
$133 per desktop in 25
concurrent user packs
vCloud Automation
Center Development Kit
$20,000
 

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