Azaleos has launched Exchange 2010 service and expanded new monitoring services for EMC storage area networks (SAN), Microsoft Data Protection Manager (DPM), BlackBerry Enterprise Server 5.0 and the new Google Android 2.0 phones. These new services assist with remote monitoring and management of the Exchange 2010 technology stack.
Azaleos is offering four different Exchange 2010 storage configurations including, saves money by leveraging existing hardware investments in SAN, minimises new hardware expenditure by utilising the optimisations for RAID less SATA disks, runs both Exchange and its associated storage on a single server to create an option for smaller businesses and green computing.
In addition, the company is working with EMC to integrate monitoring system and ViewX with the EMC CLARION family of networked storage platforms. The integration provides Azaleos with visibility into the health and performance of the EMC SAN, and enables NOC experts to monitor and trouble shoot problems before they can impact Exchange e mail services, the company said.
With the availability of its managed Exchange 2010 service, Azaleos is offering an expanded set of monitoring capabilities designed to span the full stack of infrastructure associated with Exchange e-mail systems. It also offers remotely managed services for Exchange messaging, sharepoint server, and office communications server. In addition, it also includes filtering services, archive services, continuity services, managed hybrid services, and active directory services, Azaleos said.
Scott Gode, vice president of product management and marketing at Azaleos, said:“Our integration with EMC gives us deeper visibility into their storage area network solutions, and enables Azaleos to provide even more holistic monitoring and management of Exchange. Meanwhile, the addition of new services for Google Android, Data Protection Manager, F5 LTM and the BlackBerry Server 5.0 enables organizations to offload to Azaleos the day-to-day management of virtually every piece of the Exchange ecosystem puzzle.”