Utility computing loves Linux

Veritas Software Corp.'s director of Linux strategy, Ranajit Nevatia, gives his blessing to the marriage of utility computing and Linux. At LinuxWorld Conference & Expo in New York this week, Veritas will announce that it's padding its utility computing offerings with an upgrade to its OpForce server-provisioning software. Veritas has also made its Veritas Server Cluster software available on VMware -- which makes Veritas Server Cluster the first high-availability product for VMware. In this interview, Nevatia says Linux is a fine fit for utility computing because it promotes commoditization. He also talks about Linux's proliferation deeper into enterprise infrastructures.

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