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IT Management: CA's Growing Linux Apps Arsenal

Jun 11, 2002, 17:00 (7 Talkback[s])
(Other stories by Drew Robb)

"While many major software vendors embrace a specific platform, Computer Associates, Inc. has focused on the middle ground -- breaking down the barriers between different platforms, managing the heterogeneous enterprise or acting as middleware between complex systems. Its products currently support everything from IBM mainframes running zOS and OS/390 down to PDAs running Windows CE.

"In keeping with this tradition, CA is now getting behind Linux in a big way, adding 23 new Linux applications over the past three months.

"'Unlike companies that add a Linux agent to a pile of products and then loudly proclaim, 'We do Linux,' Computer Associates has done the real work,' says Valerie O'Connell, managing director, enterprise systems management, for Boston-based research firm Aberdeen Group. 'The result is an offering for Linux that is comparable to Computer Associates' capabilities in Windows 2000 and Solaris...'

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