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LinuxPlanet: Red Hat Isn't Alone at the Linux Management Table

Feb 03, 2003, 22:00 (2 Talkback[s])
(Other stories by Jacqueline Emigh)

"Red Hat made a big splash at LinuxWorld Expo by rolling out a new product and future roadmap for systems management. Meanwhile, with Linux making more enterprise inroads, Computer Associates (CA), IBM, SuSE, SCO, and many other players also showed off Linux-enabled management wares.

"The first two components of Red Hat's 'enterprise systems management framework' are a software delivery and maintenance module, already part of Red Hat Advanced Server, and a systems management module, just released as Red Hat Command Center.

"Red Hat will add more modules to the framework in the future, said John Santinelli, director of product management, during a press conference at LinuxWorld. Possibilities under consideration include user management, provisioning, and profile management, Santinelli acknowledged in an interview..."

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