CRN: Sybase Beefs Up Linux Efforts
Jul 14, 2003, 21:00 (0 Talkback[s])
(Other stories by Barbara Darrow)
"Sybase is reinvigorating its Linux push with the opening Monday
of a Linux Competency Center in New York City.
"While the company first brought its RDBMS, now known as
Adaptive Server Enterprise, to Linux in 1999, real enterprise
interest in the open source operating system has gotten serious in
the last year, company executives said.
"'Just in the last six to eight months, we've begun to see much
more formalization of efforts on Linux platforms... in terms of
committed projects and movement, at senior levels,' said Raj
Nathan, senior vice president and general manager, Infrastructure
Platform Group, for Sybase, Dublin, Calif..."