May 2006
UNIX Update;May2006, Vol. 17 Issue 5, p1
Trade Publication
The article focuses on the announcement by Syncsort Incorporated that Backup Express, its data protection product, has been YES! Certified with Novell SUSE LINUX Enterprise Server 9, Service Pack 1 and Open Enterprise Server Linux. Backup Express was the first solution to offer data protection for clustered OES environments and continues to provide the most reliable Linux support in the data protection market. It has strong support for all of Novell's products and the two companies are working together to create the next generation of integrated storage solutions. YES certification testing ensures that Novell customers can easily identify and purchase third-party hardware and software products that are proven to be compatible with the Novell product lines.


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