VMware, on Tuesday at Dell EMC World decided to expand its data center, mobile and cloud management footprint to the internet of things. After all, IoT could use some management and security help.
VMware’s elite choice was Pulse IoT Center. Pulse IoT is a mashup of VMware AirWatch(device management) and vRealize Operations(infrastructure monitoring and troubleshooting)
The company has promised that Pulse IoT Center eradicates often occurring complexity problems while making transitions into new system, or adding new devices to existing network. Pulse IoT Center is specially designed to help enterprise deploy, manage and secure an entire IoT infrastructure, including applications.
Mimi Spier, vice president, IoT, VMware, California, said: “As enterprises look to transform into digital businesses, this creates an opportunity for IT and OT teams to collaborate as they embrace IoT to improve operations within their business, while generating new forms of revenue.”
As vice president of IoT, California said new IoT platform provides complete control for both IT and OT teams within the company over their existing IoT infrastructure.
From VMware’s AirWatch, Pulse IoT Center uses the technology to manage devices as well as its vRealize Operations software. Noteworthy features include real-time tracking of anomalies and analytics to visualize all edge systems, Security tools such as enterprise wipe, firmware updates and patching, and secure tunnels from data point to application.
Pulse IoT Center is highly expected to be available in 2k17.
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