Brocade and fluidOps Partner to Advance The Cloud

Brocade and fluid Operations has announced the completion of a technology integration project between Brocade and fluidOps to simplify and automate deployment, management and automation of EMC VSPEX Proven Infrastructure solutions for small and mid-sized organizations.

Specifically, the combination of fluidOps eCloudManager and Brocade VDX Ethernet fabric and Brocade Fibre Channel SAN switches has been integrated and validated by both companies to achieve breakthrough levels of cloud automation and network management services for a complete EMC VSPEX Proven Infrastructures solution. Brocade networking innovation integrated with fluidOps eCloudManager allows customers to achieve operational efficiency by providing complete infrastructure management to enable simple, efficient and flexible virtualization solutions that scale to meet their needs.

“As increasing numbers of small and mid-sized organizations make the transition toward virtualization and the cloud, they are deploying EMC VSPEX solutions to mitigate the challenges associated with managing IT infrastructures and ensuring application availability,” said Jason Nolet, vice president of the Data Center Networking Group at Brocade. “Our integration efforts make this considerably easier, especially for businesses with limited IT staffs and resources, by enabling eCloudManager and Brocade network solutions to provide a complete data center view, including servers, networking, storage, hypervisors, applications and business resources.

“Through our partnership with Brocade, we have achieved unprecedented unified management capabilities that allow customers to extract the highest value out of their EMC VSPEX solutions by providing all of the components and workflows needed for IT to become a key enabler for business success,” said Dr. Andreas Eberhart, Managing Director at fluid Operations. “The result is significant cost and time savings through automated operations that reduce, and in some cases eliminate, manual tasks and processes.”

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