BMC improves Linux management

BMC Software has unveiled Deployment Manager for Linux. Designed for IBM’s zSeries servers, the configuration management solution is slated to reduce costs, improve customer satisfaction and ensure uptime.

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By  Matthew Southwell Published  September 26, 2002

BMC Software has unveiled Deployment Manager for Linux. Designed for IBM’s zSeries servers, the configuration management solution is slated to reduce costs, improve customer satisfaction and ensure uptime.

The solution enables administrators to transparently deploy, maintain and upgrade software for thousands of heterogeneous Linux nodes, images and applications from a single console according to preset rules. For example, Deployment Manager for Linux automatically deploys the security updates through a single console, which simplifies remote deployment and secures mission-critical Linux environments.

“It can be difficult to implement changes to a large enterprise with numerous Linux images without disrupting systems that are already in place,” says Lori Allen, vice president, Linux Solutions, BMC Software.

“Deployment Manager for Linux improves efficiency and productivity by automating the planning and deployment process while reducing the previously high cost of Linux configuration management. Additionally, with our certification lab, customers can be assured that our solutions will enhance the manageability of their mission-critical Linux environment,” she adds.

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