VNU Net: Linux moves deeper into the enterpriseFeb 01, 2001, 18:00 (1 Talkback[s])
(Other stories by Linda Leung)
"Products and initiatives to push Linux deeper into enterprises, such as development tools and cluster management platforms, were among the announcements at this week's Linuxworld show in New York."
"Borland released what it claims is the first native-code rapid application development environment for Linux. It is a component-based development tool for two-way visual creation of graphical user interface, internet, database and web server applications."
"CA announced the beta availability of its Unicenter TNG Cluster Management Option for servers from Compaq, Hewlett Packard, Sun Microsystems and IBM. The product offers a common look and feel for multiple vendors' cluster servers from a single console."
"Also in the clustering space, Compaq has signed a deal with SteelEye Technology to develop Linux clustering on the hardware vendor's ProLiant servers and Storageworks storage platforms.