March 2004
Mainframe Computing;Mar2004, Vol. 17 Issue 3, pN.PAG
Trade Publication
Announces that Ximian Red Carpet Enterprise, the Linux management software of Novell Inc. can now maintain and manage IBM Corporation's eServer Systems in a SUSE LINUX Enterprise Server environment. Remarks from Alan Nugent, chief technology officer at Novell; Benefits of a combined Linux and IBM eServer platform to customers; Capabilities of the Ximian Red Carpet Enterprise.


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