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Compaq Provides Support for Novell NetWare 6 on ProLiant Servers


septembre 12, 2001 - Compaq Computer Corp. (http://www.compaq.com) announced that itsmarket-leading Compaq ProLiant servers will support the new Novell NetWare 6operating system.

As part of its support, Compaq will extend its directory management, faultand performance management, and high availability offerings to includeupdated eDirectory Collection Agent and Compaq Management Agents forProLiant servers, and ProLiant Cluster Kits for NetWare 6.
By providing support and optimization on ProLiant servers for customers thatplan to deploy NetWare 6 servers, Compaq says it will deliver simplesolutions that enable customers to maximize their resources, plan for changeand growth, and to ensure continuous operations. As the primary developmentplatform for NetWare 6, ProLiant servers provide the highest levels ofcontinuous operations, and investment protection for server and storageinfrastructure available.
Compaq solutions for NetWare 6 enable customers to simplify access to andmanagement of resources, secure the integrity and availability of digitalassets, and accelerate the scalability of enterprise networks. "Withlong-time partners like Novell, Compaq enables customers to easily implementchanges to their computing environments while protecting their long-terminvestment in optimized ProLiant servers," said Rick Becker, vice president,software business development, Compaq Industry Standard Server Group. "Asthe largest global supplier of NetWare server platforms, Compaq ensures thedelivery of highly-integrated, simple solutions that help customers focus onmaximizing their business."
The new Compaq eDirectory Collection Agent enables customers that deployeDirectory and Compaq Management Agents for NetWare to simplify inventorymanagement by automating the collection of hardware asset data for ProLiantplatforms running NetWare 6. The Compaq eDirectory Collection Agentimplements server and client-based components that build upon thefunctionality of Compaq Management Agents to gather and view detailedhardware configuration and revision data, and populate the directory fromanywhere on the network.
The updated Compaq Management Agents for NetWare 6 will provide enhancedWeb-based fault and performance management for ProLiant servers includingNIC, memory, CPU, disk and environmental status and alerts.
The new ProLiant Cluster Kits for NetWare 5.1 and NetWare 6 will beavailable in October. For more information visithere.

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