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[News] Canonical's Landscape 1.5 is Out (System Management)

  • Subject: [News] Canonical's Landscape 1.5 is Out (System Management)
  • From: Roy Schestowitz <newsgroups@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Thu, 27 May 2010 13:55:46 +0100
  • Followup-to: comp.os.linux.advocacy
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Canonical updates Landscape manager


Canonical Releases Landscape 1.5, the Ubuntu System Management Tool

,----[ Quote ]
| Ubuntu has taken the Linux world by storm 
| on the desktop, but, for the enterprise 
| market, it is still an up-and-comer. The 
| open-source operating system is evolving 
| to meet the requirements of this market as 
| well and has proven especially popular for 
| cloud applications. The Ubuntu Enterprise 
| Cloud version is an interesting option for 
| those looking to deploy an Amazon EC2-
| compatible private cloud. Now, Canonical, 
| the company behind Ubuntu, has released an 
| updated version of its Landscape 
| management tool for enterprises. 


Canonical Landscape 1.5 Extends Ubuntu Linux Management for Enterprises

,----[ Quote ]
| Landscape 1.5 is being officially 
| announced this week, providing users of 
| Ubuntu Linux with new management and 
| deployment capabilities.
| The new Landscape follows the debut of 
| Ubuntu's most recent Long-Term Support 
| (LTS) release, the latest edition of the 
| open source Linux distro aimed at 
| providing enterprises with the ability to 
| maintain and upgrade their deployed Ubuntu 
| distributions. Now with the Landscape 1.5 
| release, Canonical, the lead commercial 
| sponsor behind the Ubuntu Linux operating 
| system, is extending its management 
| platform as it looks to further grow its 
| enterprise business. 



Canonical's Closed Landscape

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| Something interesting is happening with Canonical's software portfolio.
| They're offering a new system-management server, but it's not an open source
| offering. If memory serves, it'll be Canonical's first venture into offering
| a closed-source product with open-source connectivity. Aberration or
| evolution?

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