December 2006
UNIX Update;Dec2006, Vol. 17 Issue 12, p8
Trade Publication
The article reports that Zenoss Inc., a provider of open source network and systems management software, has received Red Hat Certification for its Zenoss Enterprise Open Source Monitoring Solution. Zenoss is committed to providing its solutions on Red Hat Enterprise Linux 4 and future version, as member of the Red Hat Ready Partner program. The company provides commercial services around an integrated, easy-to-deploy and cost-effective management solution. It also provides a consolidated view across all levels of enterprise from network devices and servers to environment controls.


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