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SearchEnterpriseLinux.com: Linux systems management arrives

Dec 24, 2000, 15:20 (0 Talkback[s])
(Other stories by Jan Stafford)

"Allen and WingateWeb, a Provo, Utah, application and Internet services provider, are not alone. A number of information technology professionals say they are either not using systems administration solutions on their Linux systems or using disparate products to handle individual administration chores...."

"WingateWeb finally found what it needed in a Caldera product, said Allen. The company is now managing about 20 Linux-based servers with the beta version of Volution, a Caldera's systems administration solution once code-named Cosmos."

"Allen said the Caldera product allows them to centrally manage and interact with in-house, co-located, and remote servers. WingateWeb's administrators can push out changes to all the servers, or a group of servers, from a central management point in a lot less time than it took to do the changes manually machine by machine. Yet, there's no loss in accuracy, he said."

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