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CA Extends Systems Management To Cloud

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August 12, 2009, 1:40 pm

Managing workloads simultaneously in the data center and public cloud took a step closer to reality Wednesday as CA announced that four of its systems management products can now monitor operations in the Amazon Elastic Compute Cloud as well as on customer premises.

CA has worked closely with Amazon to give its CA Spectrum Automation Manager, a data center automation product, the ability to automatically provision virtual machines in Amazon EC2 from a customer's CA management console. Changing demand in the data center can automatically lead to the provisioning of virtual machines in EC2 to pick up the extra traffic...

 

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