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Novell Open Enterprise Server 11 Now Available



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December 13, 2011 9:57 am

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We are pleased to announce the new version of Novell Open Enterprise Server is now available.  With this release, we are delivering on the top customer requirement: bringing our trusted networking, file and print services to SUSE Linux Enterprise 11 SP1.

With Open Enterprise Server 11, customers will be able to:

+ Streamline management across one Linux platform–SUSE Linux Enterprise 11 SP1
+ Get improved update and patching performance
+ Do more with file storage, using enhanced storage management through Novell Linux Volume Manager
+ Enjoy improved VMware compatibility for virtualizing Open Enterprise Server
+ Regularly receive new features and enhancements via the new Feature Channel, eliminating the long wait for the next support pack
+ Join the preview program for Novell Filr–and be entitled to licenses once it ships

Novell Open Enterprise Server 11 is both a mature product and the platform for file and print innovation, satisfying customers all over the world.   Users are still working with files–in more ways on more devices–and Novell is leading the pack in delivering solutions that allow them the flexibility they need, while allowing IT to maintain organizational control.

Click here to read why IDC recommends Open Enterprise Server.

For more information on Open Enterprise Server 11, watch the video and read about the solution features at www.novell.com/oes.

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