Neuigkeiten von dass IT
The open source fork "Bareos" has published it's first release
dass IT co-founder's Bacula book has been published as english eBook now. Title:Bacula - Network Backup Strategies and Solutions
The open source fork "Bareos" has published it's first beta release.
The fresh released Linux systems management solution Spacewalk 1.8 now contains some spacecmd extensions intended to implement an arbitrary staging concept. This patch was contributed by dass IT co-founder Jörg Steffens.
Registration for the Bacula Conference 2012 and tentative program are online.
Bacula Version 5.2.9 is available. We already provide Packages.
We invite you to submit papers related to the open source backup solution Bacula.
We are pround that we can already present rpm packages which were created in co-production with Bruno Friedmann from www.ioda-net.ch.
The Bacula Article of dassIT's Co-founder Philipp Storz is included in the newest Admin Magazine issue.
The dassModus svn repository is available NOW!
Version 5.2 of open source backup solution Bacula will be released very soon. We already provide the release kandidate as rpm package.
The dass IT Bacula Packages have been enhaced and support now additional features.
Submit your paper for the Bacula Conference.
Bacula Systems announces the newest Version of the Bacula Enterprise Edition.
The dassIT Bacula Repositories provide Bacula packes for openSUSE 11.4
The new Bacula version 5.2 will be released around March. Besides bug fixes, the most important improvement is the bandwidth limitation on job and client basis. This feature testifies once again to the unique capability of the Bacula Project to provide technical innovations, which will set the trend not only in the Open Source market.
dass IT GmbH offers Bacula packages for many different distributions. Now we have updated our packages and also made them available for RHEL6.
dassModus, the Bacula configuration GUI was presented on the Bacula Conferenz 2010. We proudly present the first preview on the features of this program.
OpenXenCenter is a clone of the famous Citrix XenCenter which was developed and runs on Windows.