Cloupia Automates Self-Service Delivery, Management and Provisioning of Physical IT Infrastructure - Compute, Storage and Network
SANTA CLARA, Calif., May 10, 2011 /PRNewswire/ -- Cloupia, a cloud automation and management software provider, adds service model-driven physical infrastructure automation, management and orchestration support to its dynamic data center offerings. The Cloupia Unified Infrastructure Controller (CUIC) V2.5 release expands Cloupia's existing virtual and cloud automation and management solution to physical environments, thus providing unified automation and management to the entire IT infrastructure. Cloupia offers a single pane of management, service model-driven orchestration, integrated monitoring, organizational role-based access control and policy management to enable and create virtualized multi-tenant data centers.
The Cloupia Unified Infrastructure Controller (CUIC) is the first fully featured unified and integrated cloud platform that provides an end-to-end infrastructure management solution. It is comprised of modular components that give customers flexibility and choice to integrate with their existing IT environments. Customers have fine-grain controls to manage and extend their IT environments to clouds with physical, virtual and cloud connectors.
"Cloupia's service model-driven approach enables intelligent workload automation of both physical and virtual infrastructure," said Raju Datla , CEO of Cloupia. "Our customers can leverage added physical infrastructure orchestration capabilities to fully automate data center operations. This announcement is a significant step in complete IT stack management to simplify and accelerate the transition to next-generation dynamic data centers."
IT Infrastructure Orchestration: Enables IT administrators to customize and automate infrastructure administrative and operational tasks. Service model-driven IT administrators can visually design a catalog of standard infrastructure templates using a service model-driven workflow design tool and built-in infrastructure tasks library.
Physical Compute Management: Provision and manage physical servers in connection with virtual infrastructure from a single pane of glass. It provides bare metal provisioning of operating systems and hypervisor platforms using PXE boot management.
Physical Storage Management: Discover, monitor and manage physical storage in connection with virtual infrastructure from a single pane of glass. It enables policy-based provisioning of different deferent storage aspects such as vFilers, volumes and LUNs. Also, it interconnects provisioned storage with the virtual environment.
Physical Network Management: Provision and manage physical and virtual networks from a single pane of glass. It provides dynamic network topologies and policy-based service model-driven provisioning of physical and virtual switches.
CloudSense Analytics: Provides cloud assessments, cloud readiness and health check reports. These analytics provide visibility into organizational utilization, VM inactivity and host performance trending.
Pricing and Availability:
Cloupia Unified Infrastructure Controller V2.5 is now generally available. Cloupia offers a free 45-day trial edition. For pricing information and evaluations, contact email@example.com.
Cloupia, a cloud automation and management software provider, offers a suite of cloud computing products and solutions to power next-generation dynamic data centers. Cloupia powers enterprises and service providers with its data center and cloud automation offerings. Cloupia provides the most comprehensive cloud management solution with infrastructure control, provisioning, management and monitoring capabilities across physical, virtual and cloud environments. Cloupia is headquartered in Santa Clara, California. For more information, visit http://www.cloupia.com.
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