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Virtual Environment Provisioning

Alemba Service Manager helps you provide your business users with convenient, on-demand access to virtualized computing environments.

Now you can deliver technology infrastructure, platforms, and software to users as services in minutes instead of weeks – with all the security, governance and compliance required by your business.

Self service portal

A single, custom-branded storefront for on-demand self-service consumption.

Workflow engine

A powerful drag-and-drop workflow engine to map out even the most complex of business processes.

Product lifecycle

The ability to manage the entire lifecycle of the provisioned virtual environment.

Security and compliance

Built-in security and compliance through dynamic human approvals and business rules.

Reduction in time

A dramatic reduction in time to delivery for controlled and governed provisioning of virtual resources.

Estate overview

A single unified view of your public and private cloud estate.

Integration

Integration with popular third-party applications such as Amazon Web Services, Azure and VMware vCenter Orchestrator.

Alemba Service Manager supports Kroger, one of the largest supermarket chains in the USA.


Find out more about Kroger's exciting automation project.
Kroger

Kroger

 

Established in 1883, The Kroger Co. is one of the largest general retailers in the United States.

Liverpool City Council

 

Liverpool City Council is the governing body for the city of Liverpool in Merseyside, England. It consists of 90 councillors, three for each of the city's 30 wards.

ASM Honorable Mention in Gartner's Magic Quadrant for ITSM

14 Oct 2020

We are pleased to announce that Alemba has received an honourable mention in the Gartner Magic Quadrant for IT Service Management Tools (ITSM) 2020.

Alemba to end support for IE

19 Aug 2020

With the release of Alemba Service Manager in 2018, we expanded the capability of the tool to break the constraints of plug-ins and the reliance on Internet Explorer. The available interfaces of Core, Nano and Portal were available to use in modern browsers such as Google Chrome and Microsoft Edge. New features, enhanced security measures and improved performance techniques necessitated the removal of Internet Explorer support for Core and Nano as they were incompatible.