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SUSE & IBM Cozy Up

SUSE & IBM Cozy Up

SUSE and IBM have set up a joint Software Integration Center at IBM's software lab in Toronto meant to optimize SUSE server OS with IBM applications software beginning with DB2. The Linux version of the database's Enterprise Server Edition has been validated on SUSE on all of IBM's various hardware platforms. They're supposed to collaborate on porting, migrating, certifying and supporting future DB2 offering out of Toronto. They appear to be particularly interested in providing customers with a rapid ROI on Linux database cluster according to what the lab's director of database technology, Bob Picciano, says.

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