CNET News.com: Red Hat partners for corporate Linux servicesJan 26, 2000, 21:08 (0 Talkback[s])
(Other stories by Stephen Shankland)
"Computer Associates will release Linux versions of several software packages used by large corporations, which Red Hat also will sell. In addition, Computer Associates will begin offering Linux professional services such as installation and customization, tied in with Red Hat's technical support services...."
"Under the new arrangement, Red Hat and CA will give each other a percentage of the money earned when they sell each other's software and services, said Red Hat chief executive Matthew Szulik."
"The relationship with Red Hat and CA began a year ago, when CA gave away a half million copies of its Unicenter TNG software for Linux, which helps administrators keep track of computers on a network, and Red Hat agreed to include Unicenter in its Linux software bundle."