Rondure, a macOS native app for managing VMware vSphere, enters beta

[] Millis, Massachusetts – Park Bench Software, LLC announces the private beta release of Rondure 2.0, a macOS native application for managing VMware vSphere hosts. A limited group of beta testers is being sought, interested individuals can sign up to request access now. The Rondure 2.0 beta includes access to the new premium features, including:

* Create / edit / register / delete virtual machines
* Power on / off / suspend virtual machines
* Import / export OVF
* Create / delete / edit datastores
* Upload / download / manage files on datastores
* Add / edit / delete virtual switches / NICs / port groups
* Edit ESXi users / groups / permissions
* Manage licenses (ESXi and vCenter)
* Toggle ESXi host maintenance mode
* Backup / restore ESXi firmware settings
* Reboot / shut down ESXi host
* Join / remove ESXi host from AD domain
* Configure ESXi host settings (date / time configuration, logs location, enable / disable MOB)

Also included in the beta are the basic (free) features:
* Connect to ESXi directly or through vCenter
* Connect to multiple hosts simultaneously
* Supports vSphere 4.1 or newer
* View virtual machine inventory / individual statuses (updated dynamically)
* Initiate connection to virtual machines via VMWare Remote Console (may require paid VMWare vSphere licenses)
* Browse datastores

System Requirements:
* macOS 10.10 or newer
* 1024 x 768 or larger screen
* access to VMware vSphere 4.1 or newer hosts with paid vSphere licenseBeta Information and Signup

Located in Millis, Massachusetts, Park Bench Software is an independent software developer founded in 1996 by Paul Messias, providing desktop and mobile software. All Material and Software (C) Copyright 2019 Park Bench Software, LLC. All Rights Reserved. Apple, the Apple logo, and macOS are registered trademarks of Apple Inc. in the U.S. and/or other countries. VMware, vSphere, vCenter and ESXi are registered trademarks of VMware, Inc. Other trademarks and registered trademarks may be the property of their respective owners.

###Paul Messias
United States
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