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Enterprise Linux Today: LVM Developer Mauelshagen Awarded First OSDL Enterprise Achievement Award

Aug 30, 2001, 09:04 (0 Talkback[s])
"The Open Source Development Lab (OSDL), an independent, vendor-neutral, non-profit organization dedicated to enabling Linux for enterprise and carrier-class functionality, today presented the first OSDL Enterprise Achievement Award to Heinz Mauelshagen, a German software developer.

Tim Witham, OSDL lab director, awarded Mauelshagen the $25,000 prize at LinuxWorld Expo before a packed audience of Linux enthusiasts and community leaders as well as corporate Linux users.

Mauelshagen was recognized for his work on the Linux Logical Volume Manager (LVM), a software solution that addresses the need of large enterprises to manage data storage. It allows data center class users to virtually re-allocate and/or resize disk storage to meet changing capacity needs."

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