Utilizing virtual machine technology developed for its Virtual PC client product, Connectix has unveiled new server consolidation software that will soon enter beta testing. Dubbed Virtual Server, the product enables enterprises with large server clusters to reduce the amount of physical machines by running multiple virtual servers on each.

 

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Connectix is seeking administrators who manage at least 25 Intel-based servers and hold an MCSE certification to test Virtual Server. Beta testers must be willing to run the Virtual Server 1.0 beta on an on-going basis and provide feedback to Connectix.

“Beta Testers will be able to enroll in several optional tele-seminars we are planning with Connectix architects, select Virtual Server partners, and third party industry analysts, regarding applications and emerging best practices for server consolidation,” according to the company. Testers will also receive early access to Connectix product releases.

To apply for the Virtual Server beta, review the test requirements and fill out the beta program application. Connectix will select a limited number of applicants to participate