Driving standards into the core elements of the data center is the foundation of Dell's Scalable Enterprise strategy. Dell partners with leading Linux enterprise partners, community distributions and ISV's to bring business ready solutions to the customer, helping to reduce complexity and risk, and lower operational costs. Dell drives standardization and automation into our products, to optimize performance and ensure consistency. Support and systems management is built into every Linux system we sell, enabling customers to improve business processes and drive more innovation.
Dell's standards-based approach also extends to our device drivers. We understand the importance of open source code drivers to the Linux community, and therefore only use open source drivers for our entire PowerEdgeTM server portfolio.
Dell simplifies Linux management with Dynamic Kernel Module Support (DKMS), which efficiently decouples driver releases from kernel releases, helping to provide an orderly method for distributing the latest drivers even before they're available in the next major release of your preferred Linux distribution. DKMS is just one of the contributions from the Dell Linux Engineering team, who are committed to supporting the Linux community with tools and information to simplify IT...with Dell, customers can expect solutions that "Just Work."
Dell offers some of the latest server and middleware products for Linux. We work closely with partners to ensure each solution works seamlessly on DellTM hardware. We have optimized our products and services for Open Source platforms to help ensure they are business ready now...and for the future.
Red Hat Enterprise Linux provides an easy path to open source cost savings. Whether you are looking to virtualize your enterprise with an open source solution, protect your mission critical applications with a high-availability Linux cluster solution, or migrate your applications from a proprietary Unix platform, Dell and Red Hat can help. Learn more.
Customers looking to open source for a fresh, affordable alternative to legacy middleware need look no further. By using Red Hat's JBoss Enterprise Middleware on Dell hardware, customers can drive standardization across the data center and IT infrastructure, optimize performance and ensure consistency. Learn more.
Novell's SUSE Linux Enterprise Server is an enterprise-grade Linux solution that delivers an expansive open source platform for your mission-critical applications. Together, Dell and Novell offer some of the latest integrated virtualization, security and management tools to get the job done. Learn more.
Enterprises are faced with challenges running multiple operating systems in their data centers. As a result of Dell's collaboration with Novell and Microsoft, our customers can implement comprehensive interoperability solutions with SUSE® Linux® Enterprise Server and Windows Server® 2008 with Hyper-VTM on DellTM PowerEdgeTM servers. Learn more.
Whether you are migrating a legacy platform or are looking for an alternative Linux-based solution, Dell has the answer. Dell's Global Infrastructure Consulting Services has established best practices in RISC to Linux migrations, utilizing leading edge tools to streamline deployment, which can save you valuable time and money to get up and running fast.Dell breaks the mold of traditional IT support with Dell ProSupport*, - a 100% configurable suite of professional support services that can simplify your IT from the desktop to the datacenter. With Dell ProSupport you can customize the level of support that suits you.
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