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Embotics News

Embotics Launches Industry’s First Truly Next-Gen Hybrid Cloud Management Platform

Embotics vCommander v7 Expands Integrated Cloud Governance Capabilities While Enabling Speed Required by DevOps Teams

OTTAWA, Ontario – June 12, 2018 – Embotics®, the hybrid cloud automation and orchestration company, today unveiled the new version of its award-winning vCommander platform. In its new release, Embotics vCommander v7 delivers next-generation hybrid cloud management software built for automation, orchestration and governance of both traditional and new microservice-based applications while facilitating DevOps. 

Topics: Cloud Management Embotics Hybrid Cloud

Ponemon Institute Research: Lagging DevOps and Microservice Enablement Costs the Average Enterprise $34 Million Per Year

74 Percent of Cloud Management Decision-Makers Think DevOps Is Important, but Only 1 in 3 Organizations Can Deliver

OTTAWA, Ontario – June 12, 2018 – Despite the vast majority of cloud management decision-makers believing that DevOps and microservice enablement are important, very few believe that their organizations are capable of delivering them today - a gap that is costing the average enterprise $34 million per year, according to new report from the Ponemon Institute.

Topics: Cloud Market DevOps Hybrid Cloud

Embotics Named IDC Innovator for Multi-cloud Management

Leading Analyst Firm Recognizes Embotics for Easy-to-Install Cloud Management
Platform Optimized for Rapid Time-to-Value

OTTAWA, Ontario – April 18, 2017 – Embotics, the cloud automation company, today announced that the company has been named an “IDC Innovator” in the leading analyst firm’s new report, “IDC Innovators: Multicloud Management, 2017” (doc #US41375217, April 2017).

Topics: Research Analyst Hybrid Cloud Cloud Management Platform (CMP) vCommander IDC

Embotics featured by 451 Research

451 Research just released a paper on Hybrid multi-cloud architecture, and the vendors aiming to enable and manage it.

Written by Carl Lehmann, Research Manager for Enterprise Architecture, Integration & Business Process Management, the paper looks into the new approaches needed to manage hybrid multi-cloud cloud infrastructures as  workloads, data and processes shift across multiple on-premises, hosted, private and public cloud services.

Topics: Research Analyst 451 Research Hybrid Cloud Cloud Management Platform (CMP) vCommander