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LinuxPR: Aduva Introduces First Complete Software Technology To Maintain Linux System Reliability

Jan 01, 2001, 20:11 (0 Talkback[s])

"Aduva Manager Network-Based Service Automates System Management of Linux on the Server and the Desktop."

"Aduva, Inc. today announced the introduction of the Aduva Manager, an Internet-based service that automates the administrative management of Linux systems. The service, which is offered free of charge, addresses the growing need for critical support issues such as upgrades, patches and new hardware and software installations to ensure system reliability and compatibility verification."

"The central foundation of the Aduva Manager is the Aduva Knowledge Base. The Knowledge Base includes conflict and dependency information on hardware, software, and kernel components for Linux systems. This repository is continually updated based on new products, upgrades, patches, security notices and other developments in the Linux community."

"The Knowledge Base provides a virtual map of the Linux World," said Ury Segal, Chief Technology Officer for Aduva. "Our engineers identify and fully test important new components before they are entered into the Knowledge Base. This is the most reliable, secure service available to the Linux community today."

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