DataSynapse has launched FabricServer 2.5 software, an enabling platform designed to achieve real-time infrastructure. The company claims that the latest version of its enterprise application virtualisation platform can configure, activate and scale applications based on business demands and policies. Users can create real-time infrastructure environments that allocate computing resources to enterprise applications, which in turn should lower existing operational costs and reducing data centre growth by increasing resource use. The 2.5 version of the platform contains DataSynapse Studio software, a developer tool for real-time environments that automates and standardises the testing, deployment and packaging of enterprise applications.
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