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Cassatt Delivers Unique Automation and Virtualization Solution for Enterprise Applications

Solaris customers can now use goal-driven automation to increase hardware and software utilization, delivering dramatic savings

Cassatt Corporation announced that it is delivering its unique combination of automation and virtualization for enterprise applications running on the Sun Solaris 10 Operating System.

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Typical enterprise IT environments have as much as 90% of their hardware and software resources sitting idle at any given time, in anticipation of usage spikes.  The Cassatt software, called Collage, creates a dynamic, virtual pool of resources that business applications can draw from, using existing software, servers, and networks.  Cassatt then uses goal-driven automation to manage and optimize these resources.  The result is “service level automation”:  Cassatt enables IT departments to deliver the application service levels to support and grow business – even under tight budget restrictions – by automatically leveraging previously wasted computing resources.

With today’s announcement, Cassatt Collage now provides support for the Solaris 10 OS on SPARC and x64, helping enterprise data centers reduce costs while increasing agility across their most important computing platforms. In addition, Cassatt is taking advantage of the Sun Grid Readiness Offer, a comprehensive partner offering that gives independent software vendors quick access to the resources they need to help build solutions based on grid computing technologies from Sun.  By accessing this program, Cassatt will work with Sun to ensure both companies' joint customers can optimize their IT environment and build operational grids based on Sun technologies.  

“Despite efforts to standardize IT platforms, enterprise data centers remain heterogeneous for both hardware and operating environments,” said Richard Green, executive vice president of products at Cassatt. “In the field, we see the Solaris OS as the most deployed UNIX platform for many of our customers in such key vertical markets as financial services, manufacturing, and pharmaceuticals.  Cassatt now delivers the benefits of service level automation for the leading operating environments in modern data centers -- Solaris, Windows, and Linux across SPARC, Intel, and AMD architectures.”

“The focus on servers is increasingly shifting from the consideration of physical devices to the creation, management, and use of virtual ones. In this transition, IT departments are examining the performance and operation of mixed and variable workloads across the server infrastructure,” said Donna Scott, VP, distinguished analyst at Gartner, Inc.  “The drivers behind, and the benefits to be achieved from, physical server consolidation have not diminished, but the more far reaching benefits of server virtualization are now becoming better understood. New tools and technologies are being developed to achieve virtualization of the physical device, as well as to deliver the dynamic (and increasingly automated) server provisioning and resource management. Management is moving steadily toward service- and policy-based objectives set by the IT department, thereby maximizing the value of the infrastructure to the business.” 

“There is an increasing demand for flexible, out-of-the-box hardware and software solutions,” said Stephen Borcich, vice president of partner marketing at Sun Microsystems.  “We’re enabling solutions that support this vision for our customers.  The combination of Cassatt’s virtualization and automation solution running on the Solaris 10 OS on SPARC and x64, and Cassatt’s utilization of the Sun Grid Readiness Offer, provides customers with another opportunity to enjoy the benefit of Sun servers’ superior capacity and performance and adapt it dynamically to changing business needs.  Cassatt's technology on the grid gives customers a service level control point they need as the Grid world grows.”

Availability

Cassatt Collage version 3.2 with support for Solaris versions 8, 9, and 10 on SPARC and x64 is now generally available. 

About Cassatt Corporation

Cassatt is an enterprise software and services company delivering solutions that turn an organization's current IT infrastructure into a dynamic, virtual pool of resources that can be tapped on demand.  Goal-driven automation from Cassatt continuously optimizes IT resources to meet business service level agreements, dramatically improving IT responsiveness while slashing costs.  Based in San Jose, California, Cassatt is a privately held company led by BEA founding CEO William T. “Bill” Coleman, with financial backing from NEA and Warburg Pincus.  For more information, visit www.cassatt.com.

“Despite efforts to standardize IT platforms, enterprise data centers remain heterogeneous for both hardware and operating environments,” said Richard Green, executive vice president of products at Cassatt. “In the field, we see the Solaris OS as the most deployed UNIX platform for many of our customers in such key vertical markets as financial services, manufacturing, and pharmaceuticals.  Cassatt now delivers the benefits of service level automation for the leading operating environments in modern data centers -- Solaris, Windows, and Linux across SPARC, Intel, and AMD architectures.”

“The focus on servers is increasingly shifting from the consideration of physical devices to the creation, management, and use of virtual ones. In this transition, IT departments are examining the performance and operation of mixed and variable workloads across the server infrastructure,” said Donna Scott, VP, distinguished analyst at Gartner, Inc.  “The drivers behind, and the benefits to be achieved from, physical server consolidation have not diminished, but the more far reaching benefits of server virtualization are now becoming better understood. New tools and technologies are being developed to achieve virtualization of the physical device, as well as to deliver the dynamic (and increasingly automated) server provisioning and resource management. Management is moving steadily toward service- and policy-based objectives set by the IT department, thereby maximizing the value of the infrastructure to the business.” 

“There is an increasing demand for flexible, out-of-the-box hardware and software solutions,” said Stephen Borcich, vice president of partner marketing at Sun Microsystems.  “We’re enabling solutions that support this vision for our customers.  The combination of Cassatt’s virtualization and automation solution running on the Solaris 10 OS on SPARC and x64, and Cassatt’s utilization of the Sun Grid Readiness Offer, provides customers with another opportunity to enjoy the benefit of Sun servers’ superior capacity and performance and adapt it dynamically to changing business needs.  Cassatt's technology on the grid gives customers a service level control point they need as the Grid world grows.”

Availability

Cassatt Collage version 3.2 with support for Solaris versions 8, 9, and 10 on SPARC and x64 is now generally available. 

About Cassatt Corporation

Cassatt is an enterprise software and services company delivering solutions that turn an organization's current IT infrastructure into a dynamic, virtual pool of resources that can be tapped on demand.  Goal-driven automation from Cassatt continuously optimizes IT resources to meet business service level agreements, dramatically improving IT responsiveness while slashing costs.  Based in San Jose, California, Cassatt is a privately held company led by BEA founding CEO William T. “Bill” Coleman, with financial backing from NEA and Warburg Pincus.  For more information, visit www.cassatt.com.

“Despite efforts to standardize IT platforms, enterprise data centers remain heterogeneous for both hardware and operating environments,” said Richard Green, executive vice president of products at Cassatt. “In the field, we see the Solaris OS as the most deployed UNIX platform for many of our customers in such key vertical markets as financial services, manufacturing, and pharmaceuticals.  Cassatt now delivers the benefits of service level automation for the leading operating environments in modern data centers -- Solaris, Windows, and Linux across SPARC, Intel, and AMD architectures.”

“The focus on servers is increasingly shifting from the consideration of physical devices to the creation, management, and use of virtual ones. In this transition, IT departments are examining the performance and operation of mixed and variable workloads across the server infrastructure,” said Donna Scott, VP, distinguished analyst at Gartner, Inc.  “The drivers behind, and the benefits to be achieved from, physical server consolidation have not diminished, but the more far reaching benefits of server virtualization are now becoming better understood. New tools and technologies are being developed to achieve virtualization of the physical device, as well as to deliver the dynamic (and increasingly automated) server provisioning and resource management. Management is moving steadily toward service- and policy-based objectives set by the IT department, thereby maximizing the value of the infrastructure to the business.” 

“There is an increasing demand for flexible, out-of-the-box hardware and software solutions,” said Stephen Borcich, vice president of partner marketing at Sun Microsystems.  “We’re enabling solutions that support this vision for our customers.  The combination of Cassatt’s virtualization and automation solution running on the Solaris 10 OS on SPARC and x64, and Cassatt’s utilization of the Sun Grid Readiness Offer, provides customers with another opportunity to enjoy the benefit of Sun servers’ superior capacity and performance and adapt it dynamically to changing business needs.  Cassatt's technology on the grid gives customers a service level control point they need as the Grid world grows.”

Availability

Cassatt Collage version 3.2 with support for Solaris versions 8, 9, and 10 on SPARC and x64 is now generally available. 

About Cassatt Corporation

Cassatt is an enterprise software and services company delivering solutions that turn an organization's current IT infrastructure into a dynamic, virtual pool of resources that can be tapped on demand.  Goal-driven automation from Cassatt continuously optimizes IT resources to meet business service level agreements, dramatically improving IT responsiveness while slashing costs.  Based in San Jose, California, Cassatt is a privately held company led by BEA founding CEO William T. “Bill” Coleman, with financial backing from NEA and Warburg Pincus.  For more information, visit www.cassatt.com.

Typical enterprise IT environments have as much as 90% of their hardware and software resources sitting idle at any given time, in anticipation of usage spikes.  The Cassatt software, called Collage, creates a dynamic, virtual pool of resources that business applications can draw from, using existing software, servers, and networks.  Cassatt then uses goal-driven automation to manage and optimize these resources.  The result is “service level automation”:  Cassatt enables IT departments to deliver the application service levels to support and grow business – even under tight budget restrictions – by automatically leveraging previously wasted computing resources.

With today’s announcement, Cassatt Collage now provides support for the Solaris 10 OS on SPARC and x64, helping enterprise data centers reduce costs while increasing agility across their most important computing platforms. In addition, Cassatt is taking advantage of the Sun Grid Readiness Offer, a comprehensive partner offering that gives independent software vendors quick access to the resources they need to help build solutions based on grid computing technologies from Sun.  By accessing this program, Cassatt will work with Sun to ensure both companies' joint customers can optimize their IT environment and build operational grids based on Sun technologies.  

“Despite efforts to standardize IT platforms, enterprise data centers remain heterogeneous for both hardware and operating environments,” said Richard Green, executive vice president of products at Cassatt. “In the field, we see the Solaris OS as the most deployed UNIX platform for many of our customers in such key vertical markets as financial services, manufacturing, and pharmaceuticals.  Cassatt now delivers the benefits of service level automation for the leading operating environments in modern data centers -- Solaris, Windows, and Linux across SPARC, Intel, and AMD architectures.”

“The focus on servers is increasingly shifting from the consideration of physical devices to the creation, management, and use of virtual ones. In this transition, IT departments are examining the performance and operation of mixed and variable workloads across the server infrastructure,” said Donna Scott, VP, distinguished analyst at Gartner, Inc.  “The drivers behind, and the benefits to be achieved from, physical server consolidation have not diminished, but the more far reaching benefits of server virtualization are now becoming better understood. New tools and technologies are being developed to achieve virtualization of the physical device, as well as to deliver the dynamic (and increasingly automated) server provisioning and resource management. Management is moving steadily toward service- and policy-based objectives set by the IT department, thereby maximizing the value of the infrastructure to the business.” 

“There is an increasing demand for flexible, out-of-the-box hardware and software solutions,” said Stephen Borcich, vice president of partner marketing at Sun Microsystems.  “We’re enabling solutions that support this vision for our customers.  The combination of Cassatt’s virtualization and automation solution running on the Solaris 10 OS on SPARC and x64, and Cassatt’s utilization of the Sun Grid Readiness Offer, provides customers with another opportunity to enjoy the benefit of Sun servers’ superior capacity and performance and adapt it dynamically to changing business needs.  Cassatt's technology on the grid gives customers a service level control point they need as the Grid world grows.”

Availability

Cassatt Collage version 3.2 with support for Solaris versions 8, 9, and 10 on SPARC and x64 is now generally available. 

About Cassatt Corporation

Cassatt is an enterprise software and services company delivering solutions that turn an organization's current IT infrastructure into a dynamic, virtual pool of resources that can be tapped on demand.  Goal-driven automation from Cassatt continuously optimizes IT resources to meet business service level agreements, dramatically improving IT responsiveness while slashing costs.  Based in San Jose, California, Cassatt is a privately held company led by BEA founding CEO William T. “Bill” Coleman, with financial backing from NEA and Warburg Pincus.  For more information, visit www.cassatt.com.

“Despite efforts to standardize IT platforms, enterprise data centers remain heterogeneous for both hardware and operating environments,” said Richard Green, executive vice president of products at Cassatt. “In the field, we see the Solaris OS as the most deployed UNIX platform for many of our customers in such key vertical markets as financial services, manufacturing, and pharmaceuticals.  Cassatt now delivers the benefits of service level automation for the leading operating environments in modern data centers -- Solaris, Windows, and Linux across SPARC, Intel, and AMD architectures.”

“The focus on servers is increasingly shifting from the consideration of physical devices to the creation, management, and use of virtual ones. In this transition, IT departments are examining the performance and operation of mixed and variable workloads across the server infrastructure,” said Donna Scott, VP, distinguished analyst at Gartner, Inc.  “The drivers behind, and the benefits to be achieved from, physical server consolidation have not diminished, but the more far reaching benefits of server virtualization are now becoming better understood. New tools and technologies are being developed to achieve virtualization of the physical device, as well as to deliver the dynamic (and increasingly automated) server provisioning and resource management. Management is moving steadily toward service- and policy-based objectives set by the IT department, thereby maximizing the value of the infrastructure to the business.” 

“There is an increasing demand for flexible, out-of-the-box hardware and software solutions,” said Stephen Borcich, vice president of partner marketing at Sun Microsystems.  “We’re enabling solutions that support this vision for our customers.  The combination of Cassatt’s virtualization and automation solution running on the Solaris 10 OS on SPARC and x64, and Cassatt’s utilization of the Sun Grid Readiness Offer, provides customers with another opportunity to enjoy the benefit of Sun servers’ superior capacity and performance and adapt it dynamically to changing business needs.  Cassatt's technology on the grid gives customers a service level control point they need as the Grid world grows.”

Availability

Cassatt Collage version 3.2 with support for Solaris versions 8, 9, and 10 on SPARC and x64 is now generally available. 

About Cassatt Corporation

Cassatt is an enterprise software and services company delivering solutions that turn an organization's current IT infrastructure into a dynamic, virtual pool of resources that can be tapped on demand.  Goal-driven automation from Cassatt continuously optimizes IT resources to meet business service level agreements, dramatically improving IT responsiveness while slashing costs.  Based in San Jose, California, Cassatt is a privately held company led by BEA founding CEO William T. “Bill” Coleman, with financial backing from NEA and Warburg Pincus.  For more information, visit www.cassatt.com.

“Despite efforts to standardize IT platforms, enterprise data centers remain heterogeneous for both hardware and operating environments,” said Richard Green, executive vice president of products at Cassatt. “In the field, we see the Solaris OS as the most deployed UNIX platform for many of our customers in such key vertical markets as financial services, manufacturing, and pharmaceuticals.  Cassatt now delivers the benefits of service level automation for the leading operating environments in modern data centers -- Solaris, Windows, and Linux across SPARC, Intel, and AMD architectures.”

“The focus on servers is increasingly shifting from the consideration of physical devices to the creation, management, and use of virtual ones. In this transition, IT departments are examining the performance and operation of mixed and variable workloads across the server infrastructure,” said Donna Scott, VP, distinguished analyst at Gartner, Inc.  “The drivers behind, and the benefits to be achieved from, physical server consolidation have not diminished, but the more far reaching benefits of server virtualization are now becoming better understood. New tools and technologies are being developed to achieve virtualization of the physical device, as well as to deliver the dynamic (and increasingly automated) server provisioning and resource management. Management is moving steadily toward service- and policy-based objectives set by the IT department, thereby maximizing the value of the infrastructure to the business.” 

“There is an increasing demand for flexible, out-of-the-box hardware and software solutions,” said Stephen Borcich, vice president of partner marketing at Sun Microsystems.  “We’re enabling solutions that support this vision for our customers.  The combination of Cassatt’s virtualization and automation solution running on the Solaris 10 OS on SPARC and x64, and Cassatt’s utilization of the Sun Grid Readiness Offer, provides customers with another opportunity to enjoy the benefit of Sun servers’ superior capacity and performance and adapt it dynamically to changing business needs.  Cassatt's technology on the grid gives customers a service level control point they need as the Grid world grows.”

Availability

Cassatt Collage version 3.2 with support for Solaris versions 8, 9, and 10 on SPARC and x64 is now generally available. 

About Cassatt Corporation

Cassatt is an enterprise software and services company delivering solutions that turn an organization's current IT infrastructure into a dynamic, virtual pool of resources that can be tapped on demand.  Goal-driven automation from Cassatt continuously optimizes IT resources to meet business service level agreements, dramatically improving IT responsiveness while slashing costs.  Based in San Jose, California, Cassatt is a privately held company led by BEA founding CEO William T. “Bill” Coleman, with financial backing from NEA and Warburg Pincus.  For more information, visit www.cassatt.com.

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Typical enterprise IT environments have as much as 90% of their hardware and software resources sitting idle at any given time, in anticipation of usage spikes. The Cassatt software, called Collage, creates a dynamic, virtual pool of resources that business applications can draw from, using existing software, servers, and networks. Cassatt then uses goal-driven automation to manage and optimize these resources. The result is ?service level automation?: Cassatt enables IT departments to deliver the application service levels to support and grow business ? even under tight budget restrictions ? by automatically leveraging previously wasted computing resources.

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Typical enterprise IT environments have as much as 90% of their hardware and software resources sitting idle at any given time, in anticipation of usage spikes. The Cassatt software, called Collage, creates a dynamic, virtual pool of resources that business applications can draw from, using existing software, servers, and networks. Cassatt then uses goal-driven automation to manage and optimize these resources. The result is ?service level automation?: Cassatt enables IT departments to deliver the application service levels to support and grow business ? even under tight budget restrictions ? by automatically leveraging previously wasted computing resources.

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