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Novell To Harden Linux for Mission-Critical Operations

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Novell is releasing a range of Linux offerings for the enterprise to harden Linux for mission-critical operations.

Novell is the only Linux supplier to deliver Linux for all enterprise needs, from desktops and workgroups to data center and high-performance computing.

The new initiatives include data center Linux; attainment of a new security certification, CAPP/EAL4+; and the upcoming availability of Open Enterprise Server, a dual-kernel Linux and NetWare enterprise platform with integrated enterprise-strength networking services well beyond those available in any commercially available Linux distribution.

Novell also announced the formation of Hula, a new open source collaboration project to expand alternatives to Internet e-mail and scheduling. Novell will contribute NetMail to the open source community as part of this initiative.

“Linux has been very successful at the edge of the network for Web servers, application servers and firewalls and is showing significant traction as a workgroup server, delivering file, print, messaging and other workgroup services,” said Jack Messman, chairman and CEO of Novell. “The next challenge is to make it even more robust for mission-critical data center tasks and high-performance computing, where complex and massive transactional processing is required. Only Novell has the technology, partnerships and services to help customers meet these challenges.”

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