CNET News: Red Hat Boosts Service Subscription Plan
Jan 28, 2003, 02:00 (0 Talkback[s])
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"Red Hat is bolstering its service subscription plan with
technology the Linux seller gained in its acquisition of NOCpulse
"The Red Hat Network is a subscription plan offered by the
Raleigh, N.C.-based company to ease customers'
server-administration chores. The plan, which costs $120 a year per
server, now includes NOCpulse's technology for monitoring response
times of server software such as databases, Web servers and Java
programs running on application servers.
"As expected, Red Hat announced the integration of the NOCpulse
software into the Red Hat Network service at the LinuxWorld
Conference and Expo here this week..."
NewsFactor: Red Hat Expands Network Services(Oct 23, 2002)