“Embotics was one of the first market entrants focused on managing next generation IT environments that leverage virtualization and cloud-based architectures,” said Jay Litkey, Founder and President of Embotics, in a press release. “Recognizing that this market would become extremely competitive someday, our strategy from the beginning was to build value through our Intellectual Property (IP)—our investments continue in this area.”
Intercloud management, virtual machines and appliances security, workload migration, systems management automation, leveraging autonomic principles for virtualized and non-virtualized compute environments are the main technology areas protected by Embotics’ patents.
“We will continue to innovate and invest R&D resources into advancing the Embotics vCommander software platform for our enterprise and service provider customers,” shared Michael Torto, Chief Executive Officer of Embotics, in a press release. “vCommander software continues to be the choice for an easy-to-use, vendor-neutral Cloud Management Platform (CMP) that automates provisioning and enables self-service IT.”
Embotics lists NASA, Cisco, Cablevision, Charter Communications, and McKinsey and Company as some of its elite clients and the company says it now provides federated management to almost 100 customers globally with the largest customer using the product in 30 of their data centres.
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