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Embotics Cloud Management Blog

What’s New in vCommander 4.7?

Support for Microsoft Hyper-V

This release introduces support for Hyper-V hosts managed by Microsoft System Center Virtual Machine Manager (SCVMM). vCommander™ provides a management and cloud automation platform for organizations wanting to use multiple hypervisors. With vCommander, you can make the right technology and economic decisions specific to your environment, for your chosen virtualization platform.

Topics: Cloud Management Platform (CMP) vCommander

Cloud Management Software Set for Further Consolidation

The cloud management software market is set for further consolidation following a flurry of recent deals, according to industry sources.

Topics: Press Industry watch

What's the Future of Private Cloud?

It depends on your past and present!

Topics: Industry watch Private Cloud

Cloud Cost Models

On your journey to Cloud Services you’ll eventually have to look at costs and chargeback, or at the very least a showback, as these are essential elements of the cloud computing paradigm.

Topics: ROI Cost Management Chargeback & Showback

When Veeam Meets Embotics vCommander: The Merger of Backup and Cloud Automation

The story of the Veeam integration with Embotics vCommander started when our Lead Systems Engineer Colin Jack developed his own Veeam PowerShell snaps and scripts to add into vCommander for increased backup. Veeam PowerShell is a task-automation scripted language for Microsoft applications that can be used to automatically start a weekly, daily or even hourly backup. From these first scripts, Colin worked with developers and created a more secure, high-feature snap with safe and secure credentials.

So, why should your enterprise consider configuring Veeam backup solutions through your cloud management platform? Because as the need for cloud automation within your data center increases, virtual machines (VMs) will become more efficient, but there is a greater risk for backup errors. If a disaster were to occur, the trouble caused to your data backup could lead to misallocation of resources and big problems for your data center. To prevent this issue, enterprises can integrate Veeam with vCommander in a few different ways:

Topics: Veeam Integrations Backup