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Novell builds bridges to gain users

By   |  November 12, 2008

Novell is building bridges between its Suse Linux OS and that of Red Hat in an effort to make it easier for Red Hat users to migrate across to Suse Linux Enterprise Server.

In a new migration programme, Novell says:

The new program is in response to growing customer demand for help as they make the strategic decision to transition their data center Linux infrastructure from existing third-party distributions, such as Red Hat* Enterprise Linux and CentOS, to SUSE Linux Enterprise Server. Many times, customers who want to move between platforms are constrained by factors such as IT resource limitations, application migration scheduling and training costs, which means they need time to make an orderly transition. In response to these challenges, Novell is providing technical support for a customer’s existing Linux environment and is also delivering training and tools to ensure the transition to the SUSE Linux Enterprise platform is smooth and successful.

Interestingly, as Matt Asay points out, the migration programme also includes technical support for a customer’s existing non-Suse infrastructure for the duration of the migration.

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3 Responses to “Novell builds bridges to gain users”

  1. Roy Schestowitz
    November 12th, 2008 @ 9:42 pm

    Shame on Novell. They should work /with/ Red Hat. UNIX and Microsoft is lots to eat.

  2. Alastair
    November 13th, 2008 @ 6:26 am

    @Roy Schestowitz:
    It does seem a pity that Novell is now spending valuable time trying to take business away from Red Hat rather than growing the number of Linux users as a whole, which would actually benefit everyone a whole lot more.

  3. Boycott Novell » How Long Before Everyone Accepts That Novell is with Microsoft More Than with Linux?
    November 13th, 2008 @ 1:32 pm

    […] doesn’t Novell announce (e.g. in a press release) a Novell-sponsored migration from Windows to SUSE? Novell is building bridges between its Suse Linux OS and that of Red Hat in an effort to make it […]

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