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Ayehu Software Releases IT Automation Pack for VMware vSphere
VMware Admins Finally Can Automate Their VM Infrastructure with No Fear and No Scripts

PALO ALTO, Calif, Nov, 15, 2012 /PRNewswire/ -- Ayehu Software, leading developer of innovative enterprise-class IT process automation solutions has announced the release of the new VMware vSphere integration pack for Ayehu eyeShare IT process automation solution.

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The VMware automation package simply frees the admins time from scripting, reducing manual work and getting on a fast truck to VMware automation.

With the VMware vSphere integration pack, system administrators can quickly and easily design and automate complex tasks in VMware vSphere, enabling full control of their virtual infrastructure. Users have the option to choose from an extensive list of pre-packaged templates or design their own workflow processes using the built-in activities in the eyeShare workflow designer.

The Ayehu eyeShare IT process automation product is a powerful yet affordable solution designed to automate IT tasks across physical, virtual and cloud based systems through a simple drag-and-drop workflow designer. The software allows data center and IT managers to design dynamic workflows for their physical or virtual (VMware) data centers. Using simple drag and drop activities, users have the ability to design a complete task in minutes, interface to objects, run commands, communication and notifications, assign servers or virtual machines, setup triggers or events, all via a GUI with comprehensive out-of-the-box functions.

"We are extremely excited to roll out our latest software pack for VMware vSphere admins. This will provide them with access to eyeShare's rich library of IT Process Automation templates, which are easy to use and can be implemented immediately - two critical components to quality software solutions," comments Gabby Nizri, Ayehu's Co-Founder and CEO. "We feel that this new integration falls perfectly in line with our cross-system integration model and will allow us to further serve IT industry professionals."

This new integration with VMware vSphere is part of a long list of systems environments and operations that the eyeShare software has been designed to be compatible with, including ServiceNow, Jira, Microsoft System Center Operation Manager, Solarwinds, and many more.

To see a complete list of the Ayehu eyeShare VMware activities available with the new automation pack, please visit Ayehu website to learn more about the VMware vSphere integration.

About Ayehu

Ayehu develops and markets eyeShare, a lightweight, enterprise-grade product for unified incident management. Deployed at major enterprises and supporting thousands of business users, Ayehu eyeShare helps IT professionals identify and resolve critical incidents up to 90 percent faster, minimizing their impact to the business and saving time for IT operations teams. For more information, please visit www.ayehu.com

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