C|Net: Veritas expands Linux software line
Monday July 29 2002 @ 09:35PM EDT

Storage and data protection software maker Veritas has expanded its Linux software line, releasing new products and announcing partnerships Monday with Dell Computer, Hewlett-Packard, IBM, Intel and Red Hat.

Veritas in January released its first Linux products for storage operations, such as backing up data. Now the company has released "clustering" software, which lets IT managers join several servers together so one can take over if another fails. It also released network-attached storage software, which turns a server into a special-purpose storage system.

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