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25 January 2011, 12:12

Opsview Community 3.11 adds native SUSE Linux support

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Opsview has announced that the latest open source version of the network and application monitoring application, Opsview Community 3.11, now has native support for SUSE Linux. Opsview consider that SUSE Linux' future has been assured by the acquisition of Novell by Attachmate and believes demand for SUSE Linux support in 2011 "will be stronger than ever before". Opsview's Product Manager, James Peel, said "SUSE Linux has significant share in the enterprise and its support was increasingly requested by our customers and community so we are delighted to respond to this demand".

Opsview Enterprise, the commercially supported version of Opsview, adds more powerful reporting, support for Help Desk systems and SMS Gateways, and is available on subscription. Instructions for downloading and installing Opsview Community 3.11 on Debian, Ubuntu, RedHat Enterprise, CentOS, Solaris 10 or SUSE Linux Enterprise can be found on the download page on Opsview's site. The GPL licensed source is also available on SourceForge.


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