Moab Releases Cloud Optimizer 3.2 for HP Cloud AutomationMoab Releases Cloud Optimizer 3.2 for HP Cloud Automation
Deploying private cloud environments through HP's Cloud Service Automation became easier this week with the release of Moab Cloud Optimizer version 3.2. The product, from Adaptive Computing, helps optimize private cloud deployments on the HP platform.
August 8, 2013
Deploying private cloud environments through Hewlett-Packard's (HPQ) Cloud Service Automation became easier this week with the release of Moab Cloud Optimizer version 3.2. The product, from Adaptive Computing, helps optimize private cloud deployments on the HP platform.
Ken Won, director of product marketing, Software, at HP, described Moab Cloud Optimizer as a tool to "enable HP customers to fine tune their cloud automation to meet both service level and utilization goals." It works by allowing users to set "policies" to tweak HP Cloud Service Automation's behavior, and then monitor its performance.
Ultimately, the product is designed to deliver higher cloud-computing capacities and lower costs by optimizing service placement, service performance, utilization and capacity management, resource reservations and resource maintenance.
To quantify those promises, Adaptive Computing says the Moab Optimizer can reduce maintenance costs and time by 50 percent and provide resource utilization rates up to three times greater than virtualization alone.
The product exists within HP's partner network. It's available either as a pre-integrated part of HP Cloud Service Automation and as an optional extension from HP and its reseller partners.
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