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IndependenceIT Cloud Workspace 4.0 Enables Centralized Multi-Datacenter Management

By - Source: IndependenceIT

IndependenceIT announced version 4.0 of its Cloud Workspace Suite (CWS) software, which provides Workspace-as-a-Service functionality to service providers, resellers and independent software vendors. The new version adds numerous enhancements, which enable users of IndependenceIT Cloud Workspace Suite to manage multi-datacenter workspaces.

"A notable shortcoming of mainstream workspace solutions is their inability to manage multi-site environments under a single view," said Jonathan Lieberman, CEO, Itopia. "By centralizing control and automating administration of these deployments, CWS reduces administrator reaction time while reducing management-related costs. This and other innovations by IndependenceIT have raised the bar for WaaS incumbents as the market leans toward simplicity."

IndependenceIT CWS is an integrated platform that allows its customers to bring workspaces, applications and desktop-as-a-service to any user, on any device, from the cloud. Version 4.0 of CWS includes the following enhancements:

  • Workspace Virtual VLAN technology consolidates virtual server collections into a single view. Simplifying workflow and task fulfillment requests.
  •  “Single pane of glass” administration of multi-datacenter workspaces.
  •  Administrator access to all Virtual Data Center (VDC) statistics with a single login.
  •  Granular resource management allowing precise RAM/CPU entitlement adjustments, app customization workflows and workspace template definitions for rapid provisioning.

With IndependenceIT CWS 4.0, administrators have the ability to apply customization to app, desktop and workspace deployment, eliminating many manual tasks. CWS runs on any public or private cloud infrastructure and any hypervisor. CWS includes multi-tier fault tolerance and load balancing and uses an HTML5 access portal with support for mobile devices.

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