Qlusters Joins DCML Standard Effort

March 18, 2004 -- (WEB HOST INDUSTRY REVIEW) -- Qlusters (qlusters.com), an enterprise cluster management company, announced on Wednesday that it has joined the Data Center Markup Language (DCML.org) organization, a collaborative effort established to develop the industry's first vendor-neutral data center specification. The establishment of a standard would help facilitate the adoption of utility computing models and IT interoperability in data centers, reducing the overall costs and complexity of data center management.

"As a leader in enterprise cluster management, Qlusters brings DCML a unique perspective on large data center requirements," says Moshe Bar, founder and chief technology officer of Qlusters. "By contributing to an organization dedicated to IT system interoperability, we hope to assist in the progress of standards in the evolution of utility computing, a critical new development in IT systems management."

Qlusters is a developer of enterprise cluster management software that optimizes computing resource use for enterprise Linux applications.

The DCML organization was launched last October. Started by 25 companies, the DCML has continued to add members over the last five months.

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