Vizioncore updates backup, management tools

Vizioncore has updated it vCharter Pro virtualization monitoring software and its vRanger Pro virtualized environments backup software. Version 3.01 of vCharterPro , which allows administrators to watch over VMware virtualized environments, now can run on the 64-bit version of Microsoft Windows, and can work with Oracle databases. Various bug fixes and updates to the user interface have also been included. Version 3.2.4 of vRanger Pro, which can backup up a virtualized machine while it is still running, now includes support for the Federal Information Processing Standard 140 (FIPS-140), which should make it usable in the Navy Marine Corp. Intranet and other highly-secured government settings, noted George Pradel, chief security strategist for Vizioncore. The software has also been updated to work with VMware's Consolidated Backup (VCB) framework.

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