Enterprise Linux Today: TurboLinux Ships Next Generation Cluster ServerOct 17, 2000, 00:01 (0 Talkback[s])
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"TurboLinux today announced general availability of its new and advanced TurboLinux Cluster Server 6."
"The new Cluster Server 6 has dramatically enhanced the core clustering technology to meet and exceed customer demand. Cluster Server 6 is now offered as a pure application, allowing it to be installed on top of TurboLinux Server or Red Hat. TurboLinux also continues to offer heterogeneous server clustering support for Linux, Unix, Solaris and Microsoft Windows NT/2000...."
"TurboLinux developed a completely new and easy-to-use web-based administration framework, Cluster Management Console (CMC), for managing the cluster. In addition to allowing administrators to check on the status of their cluster, administrators can now view real-time graphical statistics on site, service, node performance and load. TurboLinux Cluster Server 6 also supports web farms of up to 250 clusters of unlimited nodes."
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