Microsoft buys Opalis to strengthen its product range System Center

Add a comment décembre 31st, 2009


Microsoft announced late last week the acquisition, for an undisclosed sum, Opalis Software, based in Toronto and specializes in software development management and automation destination data centers. Following this acquisition, Opalis solutions are integrated with System Center product line system administration of the publisher of Redmond.

Opalis offers the possibility to implement automated processes in the administration of IT infrastructure, with an incident tracking and protocols for incident response, with the goal of minimizing human intervention, sources of errors or failures. Called Integration Server, the tool Opalis can develop a workflow based on a set of rules that will then be possible to integrate monitoring systems such as HP OpenView Operations, BMC Patrol, CA AutoSys, VMware Infrastructure 3 or Microsoft System Center.

« These capabilities will be added to Microsoft System Center to help customers automate complex IT processes, reduce costs and shorten delivery of services through physical environments, or virtual hosted, promises Brad Anderson, vice – Chairman of the Management and Services Division at Microsoft.

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