NetworkWorld: Up close and personal with your servers [Mission Critical Linux]Apr 10, 2000, 23:33 (0 Talkback[s])
(Other stories by Phil Hochmuth)
"One development in the Linux market that has helped the operating system become more accepted in the enterprise is the emergence of professional-level Linux support programs from Linux distributors, such as Red Hat and Caldera, as well as some other firms specializing solely in supporting Linux."
"One such company, Mission Critical Linux (MCL), has developed some interesting tools and services to help keep Linux servers in large enterprises up and running. Last fall, MCL released its two core software products, Kernel Core Dump and Crash Analyzer, for the Linux operating system. These two programs are key components of MCL's support services."
"MCL also recently announced a partnership with Silicon Graphics to provide a packaged support solution for SGI's new lines of Linux servers. The offering gives enterprises interested in Linux-powered servers a unified source for hardware, software and support resources."