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PRNewswire: Acrylis Inc., Launches WhatifLinux.com

Apr 11, 2000, 19:55 (0 Talkback[s])

"Acrylis Inc., innovators in the open-source, software management industry, today announced the immediate availability of WhatifLinux.com, a Web-based service that helps Linux Administrators monitor and manage open-source software assets. WhatifLinux.com is a unique service that incorporates all the latest open-source software alerts, releases and information into its Knowledge Base, profiles the software running on its subscriber open-source servers, and then proactively delivers targeted knowledge directly to the system administrator. A key feature of WhatifLinux.com is the "What if" decision support tool, a comprehensive software dependency analysis that enables the administrator to make better-informed decisions."

"The WhatifLinux.com service saves hours of painstaking and expensive investigation and provides critical risk analysis and software management, enabling systems administrators to increase service levels and system up time. This new service is available immediately, priced starting at $100 per month."

"WhatifLinux.com goes far beyond 'static' log monitors, network process monitors and software update services by providing administrators with centralized management and critical risk analysis of their networked systems. These 'what-if' scenarios are based on software changes, dependencies, alerts, patches and releases of various software packages."

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