Information infrastructure technology developer EMC recently announced its Documentum enterprise content management platform has achieved VMware Ready status, making it one of the first ECM platforms to do so.
This designation indicates the platform has passed an extensive evaluation and testing process, which the company said ensures Documentum makes the best use of VMware technology and is ready for deployment in customer environments.
“Achieving VMware Ready status is an important step in delivering on our product strategy for the cloud,” said Jeetu Patel, chief technology office of EMC’s Information Intelligence Group. “Organizations can have confidence in deploying Documentum-based applications in virtual environments to minimize costs as well as enhance high availability and scalability.”
Documentum provides customers with capabilities for managing enterprise content and supports a range of operating systems, databases, application servers and enterprise applications.
VMware Senior Director Bernie Mills said the platform will carry the VMware Ready logo, signifying that it has passed the specific testing and is ready to run in production environments. In 2009, VMware began extending its logo program to third-party applications and middleware.