ATLANTA, GA and LAS VEGAS, NV -- (Marketwire) -- 05/08/12 -- INTEROP -- Reflex Systems, a leader in virtualization management and automation solutions, today announced the latest version of its Reflex VMC management suite, with significant enhancements that help solve the "big data" challenges that large-scale virtualization deployments can present.
The dynamic nature of server virtualization generates significant data volume and rates of change that can be difficult to manage and correlate. Reflex VMC now provides real-time, streaming data analysis that gives enterprises extremely granular visibility and pure data fidelity for managing virtual infrastructure.
Utilizing Reflex VMC, IT organizations can quickly analyze data in real time, wrap context around it and present it in a meaningful way to best decide how to control and optimize virtualized data centers and private cloud environments of scale.
"Working with customers doing some of the largest deployments, it's clear that organizations are committed to virtualization for business critical applications. They require a high level of virtual business Intelligence in order to make accurate, effective decisions about how to optimize and control their environments, and they need to be able to do this at scale. With the new VMC enhancements, enterprises no longer have to worry about missing significant performance events requiring immediate reaction and remediation that might otherwise be hidden by blind spots created by overly averaged and normalized data," said Mike Wronski, Vice President of Product Management for Reflex. "For example, one of our customers is a top 10 bank, managing over 10,000 virtual machines with Reflex. For them, the ability to produce both macro level executive summarizations and perform analysis on specific real-time or historical health and performance criteria down to the virtual machine level from the same solution and set of data is invaluable. We believe all customers, big or small, should have the ability to customize their virtualization management, monitoring, and reporting to meet their specific business needs."
Said Virginia Butterfield, Technical Support Manager for the Information Technology Division of General Services - County of Santa Barbara, "As the centralized infrastructure service provider for the County of Santa Barbara, ITD was looking for a better way to monitor, manage and report on our VMware vSphere deployment.