VIRTUAL DESKTOP TOOLS
Devolutions | July 04, 2022
Devolutions, a software company, announced today that its flagship product Remote Desktop Manager (RDM) has been recognized by G2 with the following badges: Leader, High Performer, and Leader Europe. These accomplishments are highlighted in G2's Summer Report, which is based on evaluations supplied by verified people having direct, hands-on experience with a specific product. Products were evaluated for inclusion in the Summer Report based on the following criteria: ease of conducting business, quality of assistance, and probability of recommending the product.
G2, the world's largest and most recognized software marketplace, delivers information to over 60 million business professionals each year to help them make wiser software selections based on real peer evaluations. Products that receive G2's Leader, High Performer, and Leader Europe badges have received extremely high evaluations from G2 users as well as significant Satisfaction and Market Presence scores.
RDM from Devolutions allows for the consolidation of all remote connections on a single platform that can be safely shared between users and throughout the whole team. This solution enables IT departments to drive organizational security, speed, and productivity while decreasing inefficiencies, expense, and risk. Remote Desktop Manager now has a 4.7-star rating from G2 users, with 84 percent giving it a 5-star rating.
Sara Rossio, chief product officer at G2 Commented, “Rankings on G2 reports are based on data provided to us by real software buyers. Potential buyers know they can trust these insights when researching and selecting software because they’re rooted in vetted, verified and authentic reviews.”
“Since day one at Devolutions, we have always put customers at the center of everything that we do. We are grateful and energized to see that this commitment is helping millions of IT pros around the world use Remote Desktop Manager, as well as our other solutions, to improve security, productivity, operational simplicity, communications, governance, and compliance,”
David Hervieux, CEO of Devolutions
Virtuozzo | May 27, 2021
Virtuozzo, a world leader in high-efficiency virtualization and hyperconverged software solutions, today made available to the general public its latest VzLinux operating system (VzLinux 8). For more than 20 years, Virtuozzo has used VzLinux, an enterprise distribution, as a base OS for the company's OpenVZ virtualization solution and other commercial products, as well as a guest OS. Web hosting companies and other end users that deploy the technology benefit immediately from a stable, long-term supported Linux distribution maintained by the open-source community.
VzLinux 8 is a free, multi-purpose software designed to run in containers, virtual machines, or on bare-metal servers. It is intended to support I/O-heavy, enterprise-level applications and workloads. Virtuozzo currently provides a ready-to-use utility for converting from CentOS 8 with no downtime, as well as hyperscaler templates that allow customers to run VzLinux 8 as a guest OS under several hypervisors. The conversion utility allows for the seamless conversion of CentOS 8 bare-metal servers, virtual machines, and containers, efficiently managing risk while minimizing business impact. In terms of containers, Virtuozzo provides sophisticated features such as conversion dry-run, snapshot creation for rollback, and unattended mass conversion. Converting options from CentOS 7 will be available in a future update.
“With CentOS's scheduled exit later this year, the enterprise Linux distribution market is shifting away from CentOS-dominated Linux servers,” stated Maik Broemme, Senior Product Manager, Virtuozzo. “The resulting market gap requires a dependable solution with longevity, which is why we chose to make our VzLinux publicly available.” We simply want to provide the industry with a viable, free alternative that enables a seamless transition.”
Virtuozzo has long supported and contributed to well-known open-source projects including OpenVZ, KVM, Docker, OpenStack, and CRIU. The company's confidence in its VzLinux distribution has led to the conversion of more than 200 CentOS servers in-house, ensuring Virtuozzo's infrastructure is future-proofed well beyond December 2021, when CentOS is set to be taken down.
Virtuozzo is a leading global provider of software solutions for hybrid virtualization, storage, and cloud enablement. The company's software-defined, hyperconverged self-service platform and resource management capabilities enable hosting and service providers to offer public and private cloud services to their clients. Virtuozzo is a pioneer in the industry, having created the first commercially accessible container technology 21 years ago. Over 450 service providers, ISVs, and enterprises worldwide use the company's software solutions and services to enable over 500 thousand virtual environments running mission-critical cloud workloads. Virtuozzo, a major force in the open-source community, sponsors and/or contributes to several open-source projects, including KVM, Docker, OpenStack, OpenVZ, CRIU, and the Linux kernel.
Allied Electronics & Automation | December 23, 2021
Allied Electronics & Automation and Moxa are partnering to offer Moxa's next generation series of all-in-one security routers, the EDR-G9010 Series. With cybersecurity incidents in operational technology (OT) systems on the rise, network security is a high priority for companies in the industrial sector. Most network requirements in OT environments are not only concerned with security but also with keeping operations running efficiently.
The EDR-G9010 Series is designed with a broad range of certifications addressing most industries, focusing on specific vertical markets, more demanding use cases, and customer applications. The industrial secure router defends against malicious threats with advanced cybersecurity features such as improved VPN functionality and Deep Packet Inspection. Its user-friendly interface and quick settings allow easy configuration, while rugged hardware makes these secure routers ideal for industrial environments. Comprehensive Layer 2 and Layer 3 redundancy mechanisms ensure that networks stay connected.
Simply put, the EDR-G9010 Series is better in every aspect. It is higher performance and higher availability, with more robust security features. Many of these capability and performance enhancements enable new applications and customer use cases in part due to form factor, price, and performance of the EDR-G9010 Series."
Marty Wachi, Product Marketing at Moxa
One of the biggest strengths of the EDR-G9010 Series is its versatility. Its all-in-one nature combines up to three devices, including a managed switch, firewall and security router, and VPN remote access into one compact footprint. High performance enables new applications and deployment scenarios that were not possible in previous generations of EDRs.
EDR-G9010 Series 10-port Gigabit Industrial Secure Router Highlights
8-port TX GbE and 2-port SFP GbE
Comprehensive redundancy mechanisms, including Turbo Ring and VRRP
Wide -40 to 75°C operating temperature (-T model)
Advanced Deep Packet Inspection (DPI) for Modbus TCP/UDP and DNP3 traffic
Certified for IEC 61850-3/IEEE 1613, NEMA TS2, ATEX Zone 2, Class I Division 2, EN 50121-4, DNV*
Moxa is a leader in edge connectivity, industrial computing, and network infrastructure solutions for enabling connectivity for the Industrial Internet of Things and has been working with engineers for over 35 years helping them to identify the right connectivity products for their industrial applications. With decades of industry experience and 65 million devices connected worldwide, Moxa has a distribution and service network to serve customers in more than 80 countries.
About Allied Electronics & Automation
Allied Electronics & Automation is a high-service distributor of automation and control, electronic, electrical, mechanical, and maintenance products from more than 550 world-class suppliers. With sales offices across the Americas, a focus on digital customer experience, 99 percent ship-to-order accuracy, and more than 3.5 million parts available for purchase online, engineers, designers, maintainers, and purchasers trust Allied to provide a wide range of solutions across the entire product lifecycle.