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More on LinuxToday Carrier Grade Linux, Up a Level

Feb 10, 2005, 15:30 (0 Talkback[s])
(Other stories by Sean Michael Kerner)

"Open Source Development Labs (OSDL) released the Carrier Grade Linux Requirements Definition, version 3.0 (CGL 3.0) and OSDL Data Center Linux Capabilities version 1.1 (DCL 1.1).

"The two sets of requirements aim to further the quality and capability of Linux products for certain enterprise workloads and tasks.

"OSDL's Carrier Grade Linux Requirements Definition, version 3.0 (CGL 3.0) is the latest version of the definition that is intended to provide a set of Carrier requirements against which products are measured. Among CGL 3.0's requirements are 99.999 percent availability, serviceability, performance capabilities, and compliance with specifications like LSB and POSIX as well as clustering abilities..."

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