February 5, 2004

Linux group releases enterprise guidelines

Open Source Development Labs, one of the main groups promoting the business use of open-source software, released its standards for using Linux in
enterprise applications.

OSDL on Thursday said the document, named Data Center Linux (DCL) Technical Capabilities version 1.0, aims to establish guidelines for using Linux, an
open-source operating system, in corporate data centers. The group hopes that the standards will help encourage businesses to consider Linux for
large-scale information technology initiatives. The enterprise Linux blueprint is the result of input from a number of OSDL's members, which include
IBM, Hewlett-Packard, Dell, Sun Microsystems and Red Hat.

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