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Company Overview of HotLink Corporation
HotLink Corporation offers data center system management platforms for virtual, cloud, and physical computing infrastructure. It offers HotLink SuperVISOR for VMware, a virtual integration and transformation platform that extends the robust management capabilities of VMware vCenter to all major enterprise hypervisors; and HotLink Hybrid Express that simplifies the management of hybrid clouds through a VMware vCenter plug-in supporting Amazon EC2 and CloudStack resources. The company’s SuperVISOR for VMware abstracts the virtual infrastructure to support other hypervisors utilizing the underlying capabilities of VMware vCenter. It also offers HotLink Transformation Engine, a technology availa...
440 North Wolfe Road
Sunnyvale, CA 94085
Founded in 2010
Key Executives for HotLink Corporation
Co-Founder and Vice President of Engineering
Compensation as of Fiscal Year 2012.
HotLink Corporation Key Developments
HotLink Corporation Announces Latest Release of HotLink Hybrid Express
Apr 3 13
HotLink Corporation announced the latest release of HotLink Hybrid Express, a simplest solution for deploying, administering and managing hybrid clouds. The new release provides Amazon EC2 plug-in support for Microsoft System Center Virtual Machine Manager (SCVMM) so IT can deploy, administer and manage hybrid on- and off-premise resources using existing virtualization management infrastructure. Additionally, HotLink Hybrid Express is now available in a free edition for both Microsoft SCVMM and VMware vCenter environments. HotLink Hybrid Express, which also supports VMware vCenter, is the only solution to natively extend on-premise virtualization management infrastructure to public cloud resources like Amazon EC2. HotLink's patent-pending transformation technology abstracts public cloud platforms and workloads so on-premise management consoles treat them just like on-premise hosts and virtual machines -- fully integrated and managed as a unified pool of resources without the need for a separate management console. Since HotLink natively integrates cloud-based resources, Microsoft SCVMM or VMware vCenter-compatible orchestration tools, service catalogs and self-service portals work seamlessly out of the box. Customers can implement hybrid clouds in just a few hours as opposed to weeks or months. With HotLink Hybrid Express, IT can administer, clone, snapshot and migrate cloud instances in the same way as on-premise virtual machines, utilizing the same management infrastructure and techniques across hybrid resources. HotLink's integrated, bi-directional workload conversion enables seamless migration to and from Amazon EC2, and users can even deploy cloud instances from existing on-premise templates. Because HotLink Hybrid Express is a plug-in technology, users have the familiar deployment and management interface of on-premise, with hybrid cloud flexibility and agility. Key features of the new HotLink Hybrid Express include the ability to: Manage Amazon EC2 resources natively inside SCVMM or vCenter -- A single point of administration and management is enabled for all on-premise and off-premise computing resources; Migrate workloads with simple point and click -- Amazon EC2 instances are provisioned as easily as existing on-premise virtual machines; Create, use and manage hybrid snapshots -- Administrators can create or revert to snapshots either on- or off-premise; Automate workload conversion -- Integrated, seamless conversion and migration of both Windows and Linux workloads to and from Amazon EC2 eliminates the need to use off-line tools; Use existing templates in hybrid environment -- Amazon EC2 workloads can be provisioned from existing on-premise templates without rebuilding; Standardize policies across on and off-premise -- IT can apply policies uniformly in a hybrid environment using existing management infrastructure and techniques; Apply automation across hybrid resources -- A single point of integration via existing management infrastructure enables streamlined automation across hybrid resources.
HotLink Launches Version 2.0 of HotLink SuperVISOR for VMware vCenter
Jan 22 13
HotLink Corporation announced the latest release of its product, HotLink SuperVISOR(TM) for VMware vCenter -- the only technology to extend VMware vCenter management capabilities to Microsoft Hyper-V, Citrix XenServer and Red Hat Enterprise Linux (KVM). The new version enables automation solutions, such as VMware vCloud Director and PowerCLI, to directly support multi-hypervisor resources through their existing interfaces to VMware vCenter without requiring other consoles or integration points. Version 2.0 of HotLink SuperVISOR lets VMware vCenter serve as a multi-hypervisor administration and integration hub, dramatically reducing the complexity of deploying, administering and managing heterogeneous private clouds. The patent-pending HotLink Transformation Engine(TM) is the unique enabler of hypervisor interoperability, allowing IT organizations to standardize on VMware vCenter for administration and management across heterogeneous hypervisors. With the 2.0 release, the transformation technology and integration with VMware vCenter have been extended to the VMware vCenter ecosystems of compatible products so they can leverage VMware vCenter as the single point of integration for both VMware and non-VMware resources. This eliminates the complexity of deploying additional consoles, integrating with multiple APIs, or embarking on time-consuming and expensive professional services engagements. The new capabilities of HotLink SuperVISOR for VMware vCenter 2.0 include: Deeper VMware vCenter integration; Expanded metadata collection; Support for Amazon EC2; Expanded platform support; and New free version.
HotLink Corporation Launches Industry's Simplest Product for Deploying, Administering and Managing Hybrid Clouds
Aug 14 12
HotLink Corporation announced the launch of its latest product, HotLink Hybrid Express(TM) for VMware vCenter. The new technology dramatically simplifies the management of hybrid clouds through a VMware vCenter plug-in that natively supports Amazon EC2 and CloudStack resources -- full functionality, with no other management console prerequisites. HotLink Hybrid Express accelerates the process of deploying a combined on and off-premise hybrid infrastructure from weeks to just a few hours, utilizing customers' existing VMware vCenter management infrastructure. HotLink Hybrid Express is the only solution to natively extend VMware vCenter to public clouds, so existing VMware users can consolidate deployment, administration and management of all on and off-premise resources with a single pane of glass -- VMware vCenter. HotLink's unique transformation technology abstracts public cloud platforms and workloads so VMware vCenter treats them just like vSphere hosts and VMs -- fully integrated and managed as a unified pool of resources. Because HotLink natively integrates cloud resources, VMware vCenter compatible orchestration tools, service catalogs and self-service portals work seamlessly. With HotLink Hybrid Express, public cloud workloads benefit from the same VMware vCenter techniques as on-premise virtual machines. Users clone, snapshot and migrate cloud instances just as they do today. HotLink's integrated, bi-directional workload conversion enables seamless migration to and from Amazon EC2 and CloudStack. Additionally, users can deploy cloud instances from existing VMware vCenter templates and readily share templates with team members. With the combination of VMware vCenter and HotLink, VMware users have the familiar deployment and management interface of on-premise, with hybrid cloud flexibility and agility. Key features of the new HotLink Hybrid Express for VMware vCenter include the ability to: manage public cloud resources natively inside vCenter -- so users have single point management of all on-premise and off-premise resources. Migrate workloads with simple point and click -- enabling users to deploy cloud instances just as easily as existing on-premise virtual machines. Create, use and manage hybrid snapshots -- for the ability to create or revert to snapshots either on or off-premise. Integrate and automate workload conversion -- enabling seamless migration of both Windows and Linux workloads to and from public clouds, without the need to utilize other tools. Utilize existing templates in hybrid environment -- eliminating any need to build new templates for deploying workloads in Amazon EC2 or CloudStack. Standardize policies across on and off-premise -- so enterprises can uniformly apply policies in a hybrid environment using existing VMware vCenter infrastructure. Apply automation across hybrid resources -- allowing VMware vCenter to be the singular integration point for automation across all hybrid resources.
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