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Aperi Gets Formal Eclipse Embrace


September 8, 2006 10:57 am





The Eclipse Foundation has just announced it has accepted the Aperi Project, which focuses on storage management, under the umbrella. Novell is part of Aperi, along with IBM, Brocade Communication Systems, Cisco Systems, CA and several other leading storage vendors. Aperi is focused on developing a common, open platform for managing all brands of storage systems. The goal is to drive flexibility into storage management and improve access to stored information regardless of what storage hardware or software customers are using.With the formal adoption of the Aperi project by Eclipse, Aperi gains the support of one of the most widely recognized, innovative open source community groups. Eclipse projects are focused on providing a vendor-neutral open development platform and application frameworks for building software. Aperi will become an important storage component of the broader work the Eclipse community is involved in.

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