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Hard on the heels of announcements by Macquarie Telecom that it is expanding its footprint in the cloud computing market and building a new data centre, BMC has announced that Mac Tel will use its tools for infrastructure management.

In a deal worth $A1.2 million, Macquarie Telecom will buy BMC’s BladeLogic server automation and network automation tools, as well as its Atrium Orchestrator solution.

The systems will be used to manage the thousands of servers and devices serving 300 companies and more than a million end users from the Mac Tel data centres. ®

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