"For all of the advancement in systems management tools over the
past two decades as we have gone through the minicomputer,
client/server, and Internet revolutions, the dominant way that most
system administrators in the world deal with the dozens or hundreds
of machines they keep running every day is through an old-fashioned
command line interface in an ASCII or EBCDIC shell. Rather than try
to fight this trend and the overwhelming use of scripts by
sysadmins to do routine tasks, Opsware has taken the shell and CLI
to a whole new level with its new Global Shell..."
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