SRO: The Enterprise Comes To LinuxMar 03, 1999, 16:47 (0 Talkback[s])
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"Another day, another major enterprise computing vendor boards the Linux bandwagon. This time it's Computer Associates International Inc., which announced at LinuxWorld that the company is bringing its keystone product, Unicenter TNG Framework, to Linux in partnership with Red Hat Software Inc."
"For now, it looks as if CA and Red Hat will have the field to themselves. Although CA did not rule out working with other Linux companies, the impression was given that, at least in the short term, Red Hat will be CA's only Linux partner. At least one other high-end network management company, Tivoli Systems Inc, according to IBM sources, will not be bringing its management software to Linux. While Tivoli will enable Linux systems to be Tivoli end-points soon, there appear to be no plans to port Tivoli Enterprise to the maverick operating system."
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