Novell’s Enterprise 11 contains major enhancements to Suse Linux Enterprise Server and Suse Linux Enterprise Desktop and delivers two new extensions: Suse Linux Enterprise Mono Extension, which enables customers to run fully supported Microsoft. Net-based applications on Linux, and Suse Linux Enterprise High Availability Extension, a clustering product that ensures uptime for mission-critical applications while lowering the cost of ownership for high availability. Novell claims the operating system was designed using three core themes: Ubiquity, interoperability and mission-critical computing. Version 11 now supports swap over the Network File System (NFS) protocol to leverage remote storage for local server needs. Novell has also made available Novell ZENworks Linux Management 7.3, which extends policy-driven automation to Suse Linux Enterprise 11. ZENworks Linux Management manages both desktop and server systems with advanced policies. Suse Linux Enterprise 11 is supported on x86-32, x86-64, Itanium, IBM Power and IBM System z series hardware and has been optimised to run at near-native performance on all major hypervisors including VMware ESX, Microsoft Hyper-V and Xen.
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