VMLogix LabManager 3.8 adds support for VMware vSphere and VMware vCenter Server, and Microsoft Hyper-V Server 2008 R2
Alto, Calif. - August 27, 2009 - VMLogix, Inc., a provider of virtual
machine management solutions designed for software companies and IT
organizations, today announced the newest version of their flagship
product, VMLogix LabManagerTM 3.8. The new release adds capabilities
for network policy configurations and deployment within IP zones across
multiple virtual hosts. This release also adds support for VMware
vSphereTM 4 virtualization infrastructure and integration
with VMware vCenter Server, formally VMware VirtualCenter, as well as
extended support for Microsoft Hyper-V Server 2008 R2.
such as VMLogix LabManager 3.8 enable customers to leverage VMware's
management console capabilities such as vMotion, which is a value add
to users of vSphere and vCenter," said Theresa Lanowitz, founder and
CEO of voke, inc. "As the virtualization market continues to mature and
expand, an increasing number of organizations are using hybrid
hypervisor environments. LabManager's ability to deploy virtual labs
across multiple virtualization platforms offers choice while still
ensuring centralized management functionality."
LabManager allows development, test and support teams to build,
snapshot, share and deploy production-like environments on-demand
across virtualization platforms. With LabManager, customers can
consolidate and automate lab IT infrastructure in order to deliver and
maintain software applications more quickly, cost-effectively and
reliably. Companies can dramatically reduce the manual effort, time and
IT resources required to develop and maintain higher quality software
applications by using comprehensive automation capabilities, advanced
team management and seamless integrations with leading solutions from
HP and IBM.
"VMLogix continues to develop and innovate with
functionality for our virtual lab management products. We also continue
to make it our priority to provide extensive support for leading
virtualization platforms from VMware and Microsoft," said Sameer
Dholakia, CEO of VMLogix. "Our newest release offers capabilities that
make it even easier for organizations to integrate their virtual labs
into their infrastructure as well as manage virtual machine instances
within their deployment."
New features of VMLogix LabManager 3.8 include:
- Support for VMware vCenter Server 4.0 and VMware vSphere: integrating
with VMware vCenter Server 4.0, LabManager supports a lab with VMware
vSphere or VMware Virtual Infrastructure 3 hypervisors on the virtual
hosts. The support for vCenter Server in LabManager allows
administrators to benefit from platform management capabilities such as
vMotion, DRS, HA and resource pools.
- Updated support for
Microsoft Hyper-V (Windows Server 2008 R2): extending platform support
functionality, taking advantage of Hyper-V R2's new shared cluster
- Network policies in configurations: allowing users
to set custom firewall rules on the soft router in a configuration that
allows virtual machines from within a LabManager configuration to
connect to external IP addresses, outbound and inbound.
- IP zones across multiple hosts: enabling IP-zoned LabManager configurations to be deployed across multiple virtual hosts.
LabManager 3.8 is now generally available. For more information, visit
provides virtual machine management solutions designed for software
companies and IT organizations to use any of the leading virtualization
platforms for consolidating test lab infrastructures, automating the
software build and test process, and for managing the staging and
delivery of applications into production. Companies worldwide use
VMLogix technology to deliver software more quickly, cost-effectively
and reliably than with any other solution on the market. VMLogix has
partnerships with the industry's most established technology companies
including Citrix, IBM, Microsoft and VMware. VMLogix is a
privately-held company headquartered in Palo Alto, California. The
company has received funding from Bain Capital Ventures and Trilogy.
For more information on VMLogix, visit www.vmlogix.com.
VMLogix and VMLogix LabManager are trademarks of VMLogix, Inc.