BARCELONA—F5 Networks, Inc. (NASDAQ: FFIV) announced today that F5 and VMware have taken a further key step in optimizing virtualized and cloud infrastructures. F5’s Management Plug-In for VMware vCenter Orchestrator allows customers to automate application provisioning to enable a more flexible and responsive application delivery environment. The joint solution will be demonstrated at VMworld Europe at F5’s booth (G111) and at a theater session on Wednesday, October 16.
F5 at VMworld 2013 Europe
Attend F5 breakout and theater sessions to learn how F5 optimizes VMware infrastructure:
“F5 provides valuable augmentation to IT environments that run on VMware infrastructure. As more organizations realize the benefits of the software defined data center, the ability to automate and provision application services becomes invaluable. VMware and F5 customers can experience better and more powerful management capabilities with this joint solution.”
Rob Smoot, Senior Director, Cloud Management Marketing, VMware
The F5® Management Plug-In for VMware vCenter™ Orchestrator™ is available now at no cost. Please contact email@example.com for more information.
F5 (NASDAQ: FFIV) makes apps go faster, smarter, and safer for the world’s largest businesses, service providers, governments, and consumer brands. F5 delivers cloud and security solutions that enable organizations to embrace the application infrastructure they choose without sacrificing speed and control. For more information, go to f5.com. You can also follow @f5networks on Twitter or visit us on LinkedIn and Facebook for more information about F5, its partners, and technologies.
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