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Novell Joins Open Source Storage Management Project


June 28, 2006 8:38 am





Novell has just joined the Aperi project, which IBM, the project founder, today announced is moving under the Eclipse umbrella. Aperi is focused on helping organizations manage their storage environments and improve their access to stored information — regardless of what storage hardware or software they are using. Members of the Aperi community are working together to build and evolve a common, open platform, following the Software Networking Industry Association (SNIA) SMI-S standards for CIM-based storage management, for managing all brands of storage systems. Novell’s focus and potential contributions to the Aperi project will be around the enablement of storage management at the Linux operating system level. The project will be a nice complement to the standards work around storage that takes place in SNIA.

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