Novell Open Enterprise Server 11 reduces costs while improving user productivity

Novell has launched Novell Open Enterprise
Server 11, which is built on SUSE Linux Enterprise Server 11 SP1.

The latest release extends the flexibility of SUSE Linux
Enterprise 11 SP1, allowing customers to select from an array of support
options, driver tools and modules. Customers gain more deployment options
via SUSE Studio to build and deploy software appliance-based services
to their Novell Open Enterprise Server environment using SUSE Studio templates
from Novell.

“Our Open Enterprise Server customers’ number-one
request is the ability to leverage the flexibility and choice in SUSE Linux
Enterprise 11 SP1. Now, customers can get the most out of their existing IT
infrastructure investments while continuing to lower costs and reduce
administration time,” said Eric Varness, vice president of product
management and marketing at  Novell.

Novell Open Enterprise Server serves the needs of
knowledge workers by delivering industry-leading interoperability, reliability
and scalability. 

Novell Open Enterprise Server 11 simplifies and
streamlines management of file and print networks so customers can leverage
existing investments to help lower costs and enhance end-user productivity.

Native Mac AFP protocol support makes it the
most comprehensive and advanced cross-platform server for mixed Windows, Linux
and Mac clients, enhancing interoperability and choice. It also supports
business applications by allowing Microsoft Active Directory-based applications
to authenticate directly from Novell eDirectory, keeping server sprawl and
administration complexity down.

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