Linux in Enterprise Network Management
Our customers feel they can do their job better now that they can access real-time network information with their browser. A telephone call to a human operator sitting in front of his expensive network management workstation cannot give them this service. We also feel that open-source tools and in-house scripts can be easily maintained and secured for a corporate environment.
We are expanding our use of the Linux platform into new applications such as directory services, log file management and network traffic analysis.
Leo Lahteenmaki (email@example.com) started playing with Linux when the first IP-stack became available. When not working, Leo likes to ski, play tennis or fish.
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