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NetworkWorld: Caldera gives Linux admins what they want [Cosmos]

Sep 18, 2000, 21:48 (0 Talkback[s])
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"Caldera raised a few eyebrows and even more questions when it earlier this month acquired the Unix operating system business of the Santa Cruz Operation. However, the company still knows what Linux network administrators need these days: powerful, centralized Linux server management applications."

"Caldera demonstrated its Cosmos Linux management product at LinuxWorld this month, providing Linux system managers with a Web-based tool for managing any number of Linux servers on a network. Cosmos runs on any flavor of Linux that supports the RPM 3.x software installation standard for installing Linux RPM packages."

"The key to Cosmos is its policy-based management technology. This allows network administrators to establish parameters and configurations for Linux servers only once. Once established, settings can be applied to Linux servers across the entire network, rather than configuring servers box by box."

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