2/22 Lunch and Learn at Latisys’ Irvine Facility

Latisys Lunch & Learn Series: Feb. 22, 2012

Participants will learn how to accelerate Data Center Transformation (DCT) projects, while lowering costs and reducing risk. Topics include: 

DCT Strategy – Choosing the best outsourcing option for your company.

Automating asset discovery with dependency mapping for a complete picture of your IT Ecosystem.
Program governance and project management for […]

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Virima Announces the General Availability of EcosystemManager v3.0

Exciting New User Interface and Enhanced Reporting Functionality Complement the Improvements to the Industry’s Only Autonomic Social Computing Engine That Delivers Comprehensive IT Operations Management

ATLANTA – January 26, 2012 – Virima Technologies, Inc. today announced general availability and stand-alone licensing of EcosystemManagerTM v3.0 (EM v3.0), a significant update to the first and only enterprise software […]

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451 Research Report: Latisys Partners with Virima Technologies to assist datacenter migrations

Analyst: Michael Levy, Stefanie Beaubien

Migrating from an enterprise datacenter can be a tedious and daunting task. Latisys and Virima Technologies have teamed up to provide customers with a smoother transition to the multi-tenant datacenter (MTDC) model. Virima will offer Latisys customers its DCT FastPath service, which will assist with migrating IT infrastructure into Latisys’s datacenters. […]

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Virima Announces the Release of EcosystemManager™ 2.1

Virima Technologies, Inc. today announced the release of EcosystemManager™ 2.1 (EM 2.1), a quarterly update to the first and only IT operations management software solution built upon an autonomic computing platform.
ATLANTA – September 15, 2011

EcosystemManager was designed to accelerate data center transformation projects while lowering costs and reducing risk. The EM 2.1 release brings added […]

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