Infrastructure Linux News for Feb 20, 2002
ServerWatch: Sun Launches Upgrade Campaign to Woo Windows NT Customers
"To ease an organization's transition from NT Server 4.0, Sun
Cobalt server appliances integrate Linux-based application and
system functions in a secure, browser-based interface designed to
shield the administrator from technical complexities and minimize
the need for trained IT staff."
Debian Weekly News - February 20th, 2002 (2002-02-20 20:55:55)
"Welcome to this year's eighth issue of DWN, the weekly
newsletter to the Debian community. We've received promising news
with regard to the Woody release, but please see below."
DebianPlanet: Installing Debian on vintage Alphas (2002-02-20 14:46:19)
"A great use of vintage Alphas which many companies are now
throwing them away is to use them as low end servers and
Enterprise Linux Today: IBM and VMware Consolidate Multiple "Virtual Servers" on Single Server (2002-02-20 08:57:43)
"IBM and VMware today announced they are delivering tools
designed to run more than 20 "virtual servers" on a single IBM
eServer, helping dramatically lower costs and consolidate
MandrakeSoft Announces "Mandrake Corporate Club" (2002-02-20 07:11:17)
"The most important benefit of Club membership is that your
membership fee is used to boost the development of the Mandrake
Linux distribution; Your company's financial support also ensures
that MandakeSoft will not have to redirect a greater amount of its
resources to money-generating areas (such as commercial products
and services) to the detriment of Open Source activities..."
Enterprise Linux Today: Turbolinux Releases PowerCockpit SDK and PowerCockpit Version 1.1 (2002-02-20 05:07:58)
"IT managers can improve the security of their servers by using
PowerCockpit to easily deploy the latest security updates to
servers located around the world. Service providers can use
PowerCockpit to rapidly reconfigure hardware assets to meet
constantly changing demands -- web servers, for example, can become
application servers in 10 minutes or less using just a few simple
commands. PowerCockpit works with Linux distributions from
Turbolinux, Red Hat, SuSE, and Debian."
GridComputingPlanet: IBM To Announce Broad Support For Grid Computing, Globus (2002-02-20 02:40:58)
"IBM will announce new software, storage and servers for Grid
Computing tomorrow, and will also announce plans to Grid-enable the
company's entire product portfolio."