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InfoWorld: Nicholas Petreley: Lotus and HP preview wares for the open-source platform at LinuxWorld

Aug 30, 1999, 21:12 (1 Talkback[s])
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"A few weeks ago I set forth my hopes for the August LinuxWorld Expo...The top three items I hoped to hear more about were enterprise directory services based on Lightweight Directory Access Protocol (LDAP), fail-over clustering, and Lotus Notes. I also expected to witness a friendlier attitude toward using Linux on the desktop."

"It turns out I was disappointed only with regard to enterprise directory services..."

"As far as clustering is concerned, it turns out there are several credible projects to bring both fail-over clustering and, better still, high-availability clustering services to Linux. For example, TurboLinux is closer to delivering an impressive high-availability clustering solution, called TurboCluster Server."

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