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System-Center-in-the-Cloud Partner ClearPointe Adds iSeries Management

ClearPointe, a Little Rock, Ark.-based provider of cloud systems management solutions, on Tuesday added Microsoft System Center-based cloud management of IBM iSeries systems through a partnership with Raleigh, N.C.-based EView Technology.

IBM iSeries systems, commonly known by their old name AS/400, continue to run business-critical applications in many organizations, especially enterprises.

"Having silos inside your enterprise is no longer effective; enterprise operations must be seamless," said Ellis Gregory, president of EView Technology, in a statement. "By partnering with EView, ClearPointe can now offer a cloud-based solution that breaks down the internal IT silos and provides a comprehensive view and management of enterprise operations under System Center Operations Manager."

The solution from the two companies is called EView/400i Management for System Center Operations Manager. It will allow customers to monitor, correlate, control and report on iSeries systems from within the System Center Operations Manager interface.

ClearPointe and EView are both Microsoft System Center Alliance Partners.

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Posted by Scott Bekker on July 26, 2011 at 11:58 AM


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