Leading Universities Select VMTurbo for Virtualization Management

Europe's Saarland University and University of Bielefeld Join Indiana University and Australia's Edith Cowan University in Adopting Intelligent Workload Management for Sophisticated Virtual Environments

COPENHAGEN, DENMARK--(Marketwire - Oct 18, 2011) - VMworld Europe - VMTurbo, the leading provider of intelligent workload management software to assure application performance, today announced four leading universities as customers: Saarland University and University of Bielefeld, both in Germany, as well as Indiana University in the United States and Edith Cowan University in Australia.

Typically, higher educational institutions face many of the same challenges as they struggle to manage large, multi-site data centers running a broad range of applications in order to support multiple departments across multiple university campuses.

"VMTurbo has helped Bielefeld University proactively monitor and streamline the management of its VMware infrastructure. With its rich, well-structured and easy-to-use feature set, VMTurbo has made cost-efficient, demand-driven expansion a simple and achievable process." - Lars Köller, Director, Platforms & Services at Bielefeld University

VMTurbo is the only virtualization management solution to combine real-time operational performance metrics with unique analytics to drive a broad set of workload management actions that assure both application performance and most efficient use of server, storage and data center facilities.

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About VMTurbo
VMTurbo delivers an Intelligent Workload Management solution for Cloud and virtualized environments. VMTurbo uses an economic scheduling engine to dynamically adjust resource allocation to meet business goals. Using VMTurbo our customers ensure that applications get the resources they need to operate reliably, while utilizing infrastructure and human resources in the most efficient way.

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