July 2004
UNIX Update;Jul2004, Vol. 15 Issue 7, p4
Trade Publication
This article reports on the expansion of the Linux developer program of Novell Inc. in the U.S. The company continues to expand its work with hardware vendors, conducting joint training and other customer-focused activities that complement technology bundling agreements. Novell's channel partners have also embraced the company's Linux strategy at a rapid pace. Partners will be critical to the company's success in expanding into the Linux market. With deep enterprise expertise and installed base, extensive identity management, resource management and web services technologies and global reach, Novell offers compelling advantages to partners that other Linux distributors cannot match. More importantly, the rapid growth of the company's partner ecosystem around Linux gives customers options both in the breadth of Linux solutions they can deploy and how they are delivered. Customer interest in Novell's Linux offerings is driving developers to build on the company's Linux platform. Novell is a leading provider of information solutions that deliver secure identity management, Web application development and cross-platform networking services, all supported by strategic consulting and professional services.


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