CAMBRIDGE, Massachusetts – June 22, 2022 – Stromasys announced the release of its new version 5.4 of Charon-SSP. With this update, Charon-SSP features support for Rocky Linux, new graphics and Ethernet emulation features, and an updated version 2.0.1 of the VE License Server.
IT departments with SPARC hardware running mission-critical applications can use Charon-SSP to migrate applications off legacy hardware to the cloud or a modern platform. Organizations can continue to use their existing application binaries without recompilation or recertification. IT professionals will have a lower maintenance cost without the worry of unplanned downtime.
Updates to version 5.4 include:
- Redesign of graphic card emulation remote rendering, eliminating the open-source dependency
- Added support for Rocky Linux
- New suspend & resume function in SSP/4V
- SCSI EFI booting in SSP/4V
- More virtual Ethernet cards in SSP/4V
- BGE emulation in SSP/4U
- Floppy emulation in SSP/4U
- Several minor bug fixes
The VE licensing model, designed and implemented by Stromasys, offers flexible individual cloud installations or preconfigured images on selected marketplaces. Version 2.0.1 of the VE License Server included in this update adds an AutoVE license model as well as bug fixes and other minor updates.
“We’re thrilled to offer this update as IT departments continue to shift their operations to the cloud,” stated Stromasys CEO, John Prot. “As our most popular product, Charon-SSP offers what our customers need: more options to modernize legacy IT infrastructure.”