May 2007
UNIX Update;May2007, Vol. 18 Issue 5, p5
Trade Publication
The article reports on the upcoming availability of Open Enterprise Server 2 from Novell. The server features innovations in storage management and enhancements to simplify user access in Microsoft Windows environments. It mentions that by using SUSE Linux Enterprise Server as the foundation for Novell workgroup services, the Open Enterprise Server provides the benefits of 64-bit hardware support, along with enhancements such as virtualization of NetWare, Dynamic Storage Technology and Domain Services for Windows.


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