VERITAS: Then and Now - page 5
A Mere Two Years Ago
Anyone who doubts that VERITAS is getting into Linux in a huge way just needs to look at the number of supported products, and how that number is growing´┐Żeven in terms of supported distributions. This Linux focus is pushed by customer demand. The customers may not be begging for Linux in particular, but Linux is what meets their needs the best.
This can be summed up with a quote from the VERITAS team that sums up both the strategies that many companies are embracing today, and VERITAS's own place in this approach: "By automating the management of server resources, IT managers can 'virtualize' computing capabilities on-demand, when and where its needed--regardless of the location of those IT resources. By finding ways to squeeze even greater efficiencies from these IT infrastructure, that doesn't sacrifice availability and performance, is another key factor in reducing costs. And that's where VERITAS comes in."
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