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Novell launches Linux 'civil war' with Red Hat attack   
Wednesday, November 12 2008 @ 02:12 PM EST
Contributed by: sde

Novell is targeting rival and Linux market leader Red Hat with a migration service designed to help move Linux users onto Novell's Suse enterprise servers.

The SUSE Linux Enterprise Server (SLES) Subscription with Expanded Support program is a three-year contract that covers support for Red Hat or CentOS, a Red Hat clone, during the first two years of the deal. During that time, Novell will provide Red Hat and CentOS server users with binaries released by Red Hat for its platform and technical support. The subscriptions, which include two years of transition support and three years SLES support, are similar to the three-year priority contracts Novell offers on its own servers. The price of the migration subscription is US$3,748 per server.

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