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High Performance Linux News for Dec 11, 2000

  • Enterprise Linux Today: Linux Entering Business Critical Environments with High-end SAP Benchmark (Dec 11, 2000, 15:03)
    "Working with key partners - including EMC, Oracle, SAP and Siemens Business Services - Fujitsu Siemens Computers demonstrated its comprehensive Business Critical Computing capability by exceeding the 20,000 SD benchmark user milestone worldwide for the first time and setting a new performance standard using high-end PRIMEPOWER UNIX and PRIMERGY LINUX-based servers to deliver the highest levels of scalability."

  • VNU Net: IBM unveils database for Linux clusters (Dec 11, 2000, 14:32)
    "We see the addition of DB2, Websphere application servers and DB2 Connect to Linux on the mainframe as having a profound potential effect on the very large base of global 2000 businesses that house more than a trillion dollars worth of applications and data on IBM mainframes..."

  • VNU Net: Sun bitten by Shark and penguin; Telia goes with mainframe Linux (Dec 11, 2000, 14:22)
    "Bill Claybrook, research director for Linux and open source software at the Aberdeen Group, said there are "huge savings from a systems management point of view, security and the ability to respond quickly to new customers. Having Linux on S/390 means that there is only one large system to take care of, which almost never goes down," he said."