Workspace automation software developer IndependenceIT announced the general availability of its adaptive Cloud Management Platform (CMP+) at the Microsoft Worldwide Partner Conference (WPC) in Toronto, Canada. The next-generation software platform allows IT administrators to create and automate Software Defined Data Centers (SDDCs) as well as public, private, or hybrid cloud-based servers, applications, and workloads.
The platform is an evolution of the company’s Cloud Workspace Suite that automates manual and resource-intensive activities while allowing IT administrators to quickly create, manage, and adapt to changing conditions, such as fast scaling of workload capacity up or down.
With the release of CMP+, the company also announced new enhancements to its partner program. With respect to licensing, the program allows partners to self-deploy an unlimited number of SDDCs on any combination of public, private or hybrid cloud platforms for a minimum licensing fee of $100 per month per SDDC. The price includes the licensing or management of 15 end users or up to 50 virtual machines.†
“With CMP+, we have elevated the ability to provision, manage, automate, support and adapt workloads to meet demanding business requirements,” says Seth Bostock, CEO, IndependenceIT. “Our platform brings new levels of efficiency to IT, while expanding choice and capitalizing on the value of existing investments. We welcome those interested in leveraging the technology for their business or IT services organization to visit with us at the Microsoft Worldwide Partner Conference to experience the technology firsthand.”
For additional information on IndependenceIT’s adaptive Cloud Management Platform (CMP+), visit: http://www.independenceIT.com.