The Register: Compaq boosts Red Hat ecommerce suite
Sep 04, 2001, 00:36 (4 Talkback[s])
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"Red Hat's new e-commerce suite has received an
unexpected boost from its wannabe-best-buddy Compaq and an
electronics firm called Pioneer-Standard. The suite is to be
bundled with a host of configurations and servers and pushed out to
customers through a joint initiative.
The package consist of three offerings. Bundle No.1 will see the
Red Hat e-commerce suite loaded onto a Compaq ProLiant DL360
server. The second configuration is slightly more complex in that
it runs across a cluster of three ProLiant DL 360 servers and comes
complete with one year of Red Hat's systems response services -
albeit only covering usual operating hours.
The third configuration is the biggie. It's a cluster of five DL
360's with a five cluster configuration of Red Hat E-Commerce and
full 24x7 services for a year."