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LinuxWorld.com.au: IBM, CA Team to Put Linux Suite on S/390

Aug 04, 2000, 01:18 (0 Talkback[s])
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"Continuing its bid to promote Linux servers, IBM Corp. announced Wednesday that it has new hardware and software enhancements for its S/390 enterprise servers and a revised price plan."

"In a related announcement, Computer Associates International Inc. (CA), joining IBM in its effort to expand the use of Linux on host systems, announced that it has ported a suite of Internet-based business management software to Linux on the S/390."

"On its part, CA announced it has ported several network and business management applications to run on Linux on the S/390. The software, to be rolled out beginning in the third quarter, includes: Unicenter TNG Agents and Framework software, designed to provide network management and monitoring capabilities; the MasterIT Web server monitoring package; the Ingres II relational database; the ARCserve storage management application; and eTrust security software. Pricing information was not immediately available."

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