PC Week: [Highground] Tool extended to Unix, LinuxSep 02, 1999, 23:15 (0 Talkback[s])
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"Highground Systems Inc. is announcing this week that it is extending its Web-based storage management software to the Unix and Linux platforms.
Adding this new support to SRM (Storage Resource Manager), previously available only on Windows NT, will give organizations that have mixed NT and Unix operations a common storage management tool kit, officials said.
SRM will be available immediately for Solaris, HP-UX, AIX and Linux.
The software enables IT managers to monitor and analyze back-end storage subsystem characteristics for their entire networks, including RAID levels, and available disk capacity as well as to manage storage components closer to the end user, such as files, folders, directories and messages."
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