NetIQ Introduces NetIQ Cloud Manager 2.0
January 30, 2012
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NetIQ introduced NetIQ Cloud Manager 2.0, a solution that enables service providers to respond to the consumerization of IT by aligning IT assets to business priorities.

With NetIQ Cloud Manager 2.0, organizations can now collaboratively manage the entire Infrastructure-as-a-Service (IaaS) experience – from business service requests to deployment to retirement – faster and more efficiently.

"Today's business users expect seamless, automated, on-demand delivery of IT services across all devices, and IT needs to be in a position to quickly accommodate these demands without breaking existing delivery models or their teams," said Tom Cecere, Director, Product Management, Cloud Solutions at NetIQ.

"By managing the IaaS experience while granularly controlling resource allocation, NetIQ Cloud Manager 2.0 helps service providers efficiently manage the ebb and flow of service demands and improve their ability to successfully meet the needs of their users."

Key capabilities include:

* Easy, Configurable End User Experience: Automated and ultra-rapid delivery of services through multi-tenant environments leads to fewer support calls for IT service providers.

* Self-Service and Business Work-flow: Application architects and other IT consumers can shop for new workloads and/or business services, modify them as needed (and permitted), and see exactly what their requests will cost. This enables business leaders to approve costs in accordance with business priorities.

* Web/Mobile Support: Cloud environments can be managed from anywhere, anytime, using standard web browsers as well as iOS devices including the Apple iPad, iPod Touch and iPhone.

* Extended Integration: NetIQ Cloud Manager integrates seamlessly into existing IT infrastructures, supporting a broad range of virtualization technologies, including VMware vSphere, Xen- or KVM-enabled SUSE Linux Enterprise Servers, Citrix XenServer and Microsoft Hyper-V.

* Unmatched Scalability: Scaling to manage over 100,000 workloads, NetIQ Cloud Manager can easily handle what customers are currently using today, and what they expect to adopt and utilize in the future.

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