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Embotics Adds Cloud Automation To Its V-Commander Virtualization Software

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Embotics Corp. has introduced a new version of its V-Commander virtualization software that provides additional management, policy-driven automation, wizard-driven rapid provisioning features and adds cloud automation to its base platform. Other features in version 4.0 include a self-service catalog; granular access controls; the ability to track, audit, and report on service delivery; IT costing and chargeback; resource optimization; lifecycle management; embedded workflows; intelligent placement of IT services and virtual machines (VMs); and request and fulfillment management that is role-based, meaning the capabilities differ depending on the role of the person using the software.

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