Linked by Thom Holwerda on Tue 19th Jun 2007 10:51 UTC, submitted by Jordi Bruguera
SuSE, openSUSE Novell has shipped the first service pack for SUSE Linux Enterprise 10. "Novell today announced that the first service pack for SUSE Linux Enterprise 10 is now available to customers worldwide. Featuring significant enhancements in virtualization, high-performance computing, security, interoperability and system management, SUSE Linux Enterprise 10 SP1 from Novell lets organizations take advantage of the latest technical advances in the best-engineered, lowest-cost and most-interoperable platform for mission-critical computing."
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RE[4]: OES2
by Damind on Tue 19th Jun 2007 18:51 UTC in reply to "RE[3]: OES2"
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segedunum; You really do not know what you are talking about. OES and SLES are not the same thing. OES are Novell services (eDir, iFolder,and many more) OES runs on top of SLES. When you buy OES you are not buying SLES, in-fact you are not licensed to use SLES that comes with OES to run out programs with out an OES service installed on it.

Point is Novell have come a long way with the migration options that they are now providing it's paying customers. By the way OES2 is installed as an add on to SLES.

One thing I would like to see is OES running on any Linux distro not just SUSE. But this is the case with allot of enterprise class apps, they pick a Linux distro and that is it.

segedunum; get the fact at Novell's web site, look at the products in detail before you start talking.

P.S. I am a beta tester for OSE2 so I can not going into details on allot of features in OES2.

P.S.S when was the last time you bought a server that supported Netware? but that server supports SLES this is why virtualized Netware is important. If you need to by a new server because the old one dies you can. in fact I know people who have talked about moving away from netware just because they buy a new server and do not have the drivers for Netware.

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