The municipalities, with populations of approximately 15,000 for each, have a wide range of software on the servers including Agresso, Apache, ArcGIS, Internet Information Server, MySQL, Novell GroupWise Mail, Novell OpenEnterprise Server, Novell Data Synchronizer and OTRS Help Desk.
“These deployments are a perfect example of open source virtualization filling a vital, mission-critical need, while delivering considerable cost savings over proprietary, closed alternatives,” said Arsalan Farooq, CEO of Convirture. “We’re pleased that after a thorough examination of Convirture and the competition that ConVirt was able to deliver for the citizens of these cities.”
ConVirt Enterprise supports the municipalities’ current server platform, Suse Linux Enterprise Server (SLES) 11 for both Xen and KVM virtual servers.
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