OPenQrm Provisioning

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OpenQrm DataCenter O/S provisioning

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Enterprise Datacenter Management and Provisioning

Qlusters - openQRM: 

Qlusters - openQRM We are the open source systems management company openQRM provisions and manages Linux, Unix and Windows virtual environments and physical servers in enterprise datacenters

Qlusters Corporate Overview: 

Qlusters Corporate Overview Qlusters was founded in 2001 by Ofer Shoshan Managed by industry veterans with major VC backing (Benchmark, Charles River Ventures) Key Board member, Kevin Harvey, is the Chairman of the Board of MySQL and was also a former Red Hat board member Servicing Global 2000 customers Patent pending technology based on 20 years of research Headquarters in Palo Alto, California; Offices in Tel-Aviv, New York

openQRM – Major Market Acceptance : 

openQRM – Major Market Acceptance The #1 open source systems management solution www.openQRM.org Over 90,000 downloads since launch in January 2006 Nominated top open-source project by Red Herring and Network World magazines Project of the month for July 2006 on SourceForge Attracted 10+ external high-profile community developers Qlusters founded the Open Management Consortium (OMC), to integrate several projects to provide a robust enterprise systems management solution www.openmanagement.org

openQRM – Open Architecture: 

openQRM – Open Architecture openQRM Plug-ins layer The openQRM plugin architecture is used to integrate with different datacenter tools

openQRM Architecture: 

openQRM Architecture

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openQRM – Main Screen

openQRM Subscription Services: 

openQRM Subscription Services openQRM – Qlusters Enterprise Subscriptions Enterprise-grade subscription to openQRM technology Includes 12/5 or 24/7 support as desired Provided as a subscription with fully tested and certified binaries, errata, alerts, patches, customer support and new releases Provided under a per/server/year under management model No limit on number of virtual environments (VMware, Xen, etc…) Includes “openQRM Provision” interface and capability Includes the HA Plugin for the openQRM server

Summary and Discussion: 

Summary and Discussion

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