eWeek: HP cooking up big plans for LinuxWorldJan 24, 2001, 17:04 (0 Talkback[s])
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"Continuing to firm up its commitment to Linux, Hewlett Packard Co. will announce a range of new products and services at the LinuxWorld conference next week in New York. HP will demonstrate its upcoming Linux system manageability software, called ProcessResource Manager (or PRM) and ServiceControl Manager (or SCM), at the conference, as well as two Web hosting products, Netstructure 1010 and 1020, which are slated to launch in March."
"PRM and SCM are coming over from HP's Unix environment and offer proven enterprise-class system management functionality," said Mike Balma, director of marketing for HP's Linux system operations. ...[and] HP will be announcing next week the availability of Critical Systems Support for Linux clients. This represents a commitment to deliver 24x7 runtime as well as advanced planning services."
"HP is also working "hand in glove" with MSC Software on delivering Linux clusters. "We are a worldwide VAR of HP and engaged with them at the sales level, pursuing real business opportunities," said Greg Sikes, a vice president at MSC."
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