We know Mac lovers. They live here, too. Finally, you can show your Mac users the love by adopting Micro Focus Kanaka, the best way to integrate Mac workstations into your enterprise network. Micro Focus Kanaka gives users single log-in functionality to all the Open Enterprise Server network resources, just like PCs get. Only now you don't have to pay extra for it.
While we've made moving from NetWare to Open Enterprise Server more like an upgrade than a migration, there are some differences from the way you've always managed your NetWare upgrades in the past. In this hour, you will get a basis for planning and executing the upgrade, review upgrade methods and options, and see a demo using the new Migration GUI Tool.
Join us to discuss options for high availability and disaster recovery for Open Enterprise Server and GroupWise. Topics will include OES Clustering Services, Business Continuity Clustering (along with exciting pricing changes) and PlateSpin Forge and Protect.
Product Marketing Manager Sophia Germanides demos Open Enterprise Server with Engineers Glen Davis and Ted Tronson, focusing on three cool new ways that Micro Focus iPrint will continue to serve you and reduce printing headaches.
Data growth can be hard to control and the spiraling cost of new disk storage capacity needs to be controlled, without hurting the productivity of users. See how Dynamic File Services can solve this problem by getting the most out of your existing hardware, while at the same time getting maximum value for your primary storage investment. All without users changing the way they work.
If you're concerned about reducing downtime, preserving data integrity, and ensuring disaster recovery, tune in to this 16-minute technical overview of the fault tolerance and high-availability capabilities available through Open Enterprise Server 2 and OES Clustering Services 1.8.
In this 11-minute demo, we continue our exploration of fault tolerance and high availability with a look at the actual process for installing OES Clustering Services 1.8 and setting up Open Enterprise Server 2 Linux clusters.
Learn about the top two innovations delivered with Open Enterprise Server, neither of which is available anywhere else. Domain Services for Windows allows you to use your Micro Focus eDirectory users and group preferences for authentication against Active Directory applications - without a OES Windows Client or syncing. Dynamic Storage Technology can manage your file systems to improve utilization of storage resources and backup windows.
Join Chris Neal as he walks through setting up storage volumes on OES Linux using the NSS file system. He also explains the relationship between the various components of NSS and Linux file systems and volume managers.
With just 60 IT professionals to support the organization's 10,000 users and network infrastructure, the California Highway Patrol constantly seeks new ways to operate more efficiently and drive down technology costs. ZENworks Configuration Management has streamlined desktop and system management, while Open Enterprise Server has contributed to the organization's server consolidation initiative.
With Open Enterprise Server you can virtualize NetWare or Open Enterprise Server instances to gain efficiencies in your storage and print infrastructure. See how fast you can get a XEN VM up and running.
Check out the coolest new feature from our engineering! You can actually stop spinning up new Active Directory servers every time you add a business app. Leverage your existing infrastructure since DsfW makes Micro Focus eDirectory look like Active Directory!
Often called, "the Hummer of the IT industry," storage of unstructured data is a topic on everyone's minds. Speak to the team that developed Dynamic Storage Technology and hear about automated, policy-driven storage, and how you can put it to work in your environment.
If you're considering deploying Vista, or if you have to account for new Vista machines on your network, come hear from the experts that have made Open Enterprise Server Vista-ready. Common Internet Filing System (CIFS), Domain Services for Windows, and SAMBA will be discussed.
The clear trend in organizations is that more and more people are bringing their Macs to work. Can you connect them to your network reliably and securely? What about scalability and performance? Talk to the team that's developed the enhanced support for Apple Filing Protocol and hear the pros and cons of NetATalk.
With Open Enterprise Server 2 and the flexibility of Linux, a new question comes to mind: which file system will serve me best? Hear from the team that has worked with Storage Services for decades, but what they have to say may surprise you. NTFS and Posix file systems will also be discussed.