Embotics' V-Commander Named to SearchServerVirtualization.com 'Products of the Year'

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V-Commander 2.0 Wins Bronze Award in Systems and Performance Management Category.

Administrators will like the history, reporting and crisp Web-based interface to manage VMware-based environments.

Embotics, the Virtualization Lifecycle Management™ Company, today announced that the company's flagship product, V-Commander 2.0, has been named the Bronze award winner in the Systems and Performance Management category of the SearchServerVirtualization.com 2008 Products of the Year awards. Embotics' V-Commander 2.0, a policy-based VM lifecycle management system, was chosen among products introduced and shipped after October 31, 2007, and before November 1, 2008, based on innovation, performance, ease of integration into existing environments, ease of use and manageability, functionality and value.

"Whether the task is virtual machine sprawl, identity management, expiration dates of virtual machines or simply introducing a procedural approach, V-Commander delivers," commented a SearchServerVirtualization.com 2008 Products of the Year judge. "Administrators will like the history, reporting and crisp Web-based interface to manage VMware-based environments."

The awards are presented by the editors of TechTarget's Data Center and Virtualization Media, and judged by the SearchServerVirtualization.com editorial staff, in conjunction with a team of users, industry experts, analysts and consultants. Embotics' V-Commander 2.0 provides the enterprise-wide insight, policy based control, automation and integration necessary to rapidly scale virtual server environments while at the same time maintaining control and preventing virtual sprawl.

"Server virtualization has proven to be difficult for CIO's who need to accelerate the use of the technology for economic datacenter savings, while subsequently encountering costs and risks associated with virtual sprawl," says Jay Litkey, CEO of Embotics. "This recognition is an acknowledgement of the "out of the box" value and benefit that V-Commander provides our customers by allowing them to rapidly scale and stay in control of sprawl, and we are committed to improving this value even further moving forward in 2009."

About Embotics
Embotics is the Virtualization Lifecycle Management ™ Company focused on preventing the direct and indirect costs of virtual sprawl from overwhelming virtualization's savings for its customers. Embotics V-Commander™ protects against the escalating costs and risks of virtual machine (VM) sprawl by authorizing, controlling, managing, securing, reclaiming and tracking all VM assets, online or offline, throughout their lifecycle. Embotics Corporation is headquartered in Ottawa, Canada with offices in the U.S. and a growing network of global partners. For more information, please visit embotics.com.

About SearchServerVirtualization.com
SearchServerVirtualization.com is the best server virtualization resource for system architects and IT managers. Our editors, resident experts and news writers are dedicated to helping IT organizations determine if virtualization is appropriate for their environments and, if it is, use that technology to gain unprecedented data center efficiency. Access the latest news, articles, tips, expert advice, learning guides, white papers, and webcasts covering all areas of server virtualization, such as virtualization platforms, server hardware, managing virtual environments, virtualization architectures and strategies, application issues and more.

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