miércoles, 16 de marzo de 2005

Novell Attracts Software Support for Linux Ecosystem

Novell, SSH, Opsware
Fuente: Linux Insider

Opsware announced a solution to deliver automation capabilities designed to reduce the cost of managing servers that run on Novell's SuSE Linux Enterprise Server 9 yesterday. Opsware executives said automation management is becoming more critical to reduce the cost of ownership as SuSE Linux gains adoption across large IT organizations.

"As part of their efforts to improve efficiency and lower costs in their data centers, customers are migrating from proprietary Unix to Linux, and in particular to SuSE Linux platforms," said Ben Horowitz, president and CEO of Opsware.

"This, in turn, drives greater demand for Opsware, as enterprises look to reduce the complexity and time associated with managing these servers. Opsware and Novell share a vision of a highly automated, efficient data center, and this solution is an important step in that direction."

Meanwhile, SSH Communications Security, the original developer of the Secure Shell protocol, has joined Novell's Technology Partner Program and today announced that SSH Tectia supports Novell's SuSE Linux Enterprise Server 9 running on all IBM (NYSE: IBM) eServer platforms.

The new version of the SSH Tectia solution will provide users running SuSE Linux Enterprise Server 9 with secure system administration, secure application connectivity, and secure file transfer functionality.

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