LinuxPR: Linux Stock News announces client addition... Linux Backup and Storage, and... Mainframes
May 31, 2000, 13:14 (0 Talkback[s])
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"Linux Stock News (www.linuxstocknews.com) is
pleased to announce the addition of BakBone Software, Inc. (Toronto
Stock Exchange: BKB), to its growing client list. BakBone
Software, Inc. has chosen Linux Stock News to provide exposure to
its targeted list of investors interested in the Linux sector.
Linux Stock News has also released its latest reports on Linux
Backup and Storage (http://www.linuxstocknews.com/vol1_22_4.html),
which includes BakBone Software, and Linux and Mainframes (http://www.linuxstocknews.com/vol1_22_5.html),
as well as its regular Week in Review and Rants and Raves features.
to sign up for a free newsletter, which provides these features by
email and other select information."
"Linux Stock News announces the addition of BakBone Software, Inc.
(TSE: ONE), an industry leader in enterprise class storage
management software, to its client list. BakBone's NetVault product
provides full Linux functionality and support to network resources.
Recognizing the growing importance of Linux in Internet and
Application Service Providers, corporate networks, and the emerging
market for Storage Area Networks (SAN) and Network Attached Storage
(NAS), NetVault is the only solution available today that offers a
solution to these environments under Linux. Where most storage
management software "solutions" support Linux functionality only as
a client, severely limiting the capabilities of the Linux systems
administrator, NetVault provides full support for Linux host
servers as well as clients. NetVault also offers a wide range of
application agents to provide on-line mission critical backup and
restore on Linux, NT and UNIX for applications such as Oracle, SQL
and others. NetVault is also currently offered jointly by NEC in
conjunction with Oracle and Red Hat for NEC's Linux Enterprise
Server product suite."