Quest Announces Support for Microsoft Hyper-V, Added Application Visibility with vFoglight

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Quest Software announced that vFogligh, its market-leading solution for virtualization monitoring and capacity planning, will support Microsoft Hyper-V and provide increased automation of virtual infrastructures with vFoglight 6.5, currently planned for release in Q4 2010.  vFoglight now also supports Microsoft Active Directory and Microsoft Exchange.  Quest will demonstrate all these capabilities in booth 1113 at VMworld, held at the Moscone Center, San Francisco, Aug. 30 through Sept 2.

As infrastructures become increasingly complex, and critical applications are run on virtual and cloud infrastructure, IT teams are increasingly challenged to manage and control their environment. vFoglight answers a critical need for a single tool to manage the virtual layer and provide visibility “up the stack” into the infrastructure and applications running in that environment. With these enhancements, Quest customers can better deliver on virtualization's promise of reducing costs and increasing efficiency while simplifying management.

Quest is working to set a new standard for analyzing and monitoring performance and capacity across physical, virtual and cloud infrastructures while easing administration through automation.  “More than 20,000 customers use Quest daily to manage their virtual infrastructures.  By giving organizations greater application visibility, added administrative control, and support across multiple hypervisor platforms, we are helping to simplify virtualization management and reduce operational costs,” said Carl Eberling, vice president and general manager, Virtualization and Monitoring at Quest Software.

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