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Sep 16 2008   1:10PM GMT

Integrien previews new VMware-specific features for Alive

Rhianajay13 Rhiana Ruiz Profile: Rhianajay13


On Tuesday, Sept. 16, Irvine, Calif.- based Integrien Corp. previewed the newest incarnation of its systems management software, Alive, at VMworld 2008. This new release is notable because it contains VMware-specific capabilities for the first time in Alive.

The newest version of Alive can monitor the behavior of VMware ESX servers, clusters and virtual machines (VMs) while providing a picture of the overall health of a VMware infrastructure. It will also contain more in-depth analysis including an overall environment “health” score regardless of whether the infrastructure comprises heterogeneous tools or VMware-only tools. In addition Alive sends an alert to the administrator prior to a problem’s manifestation, along with the root cause, because of its ability to learn the behavior of an environment.

For more information on Alive and its new VMware-specific capabilities check out the company’s website at

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