LinMin Adds Server 2008 Support in Bare Metal Provisioning

By ServerWatch Staff (Send Email)
Posted Jul 29, 2010

LinMin has released the latest release of LinMin Bare Metal Provisioning, adding support for cloud architecture and Microsoft Windows Server 2008 Deployments. As mentioned in this press release on The Whir, Bare Metal Provisioning 6.0 also incorporates enhanced security and media management, an online knowledge base and provisioning support for Windows 7 and all new major versions of Linux.

The company's new Bare Metal Provisioning release also includes support for cloud architecture.

"The new release offers several key new features including the optional Windows Provisioning Module, which enables the deployment of Microsoft Windows Server 2008 and Windows 7 systems using the same graphical or programmatic interfaces used to provision all current releases of Red Hat Enterprise Linux, Ubuntu, CentOS, Debian, Fedora, OpenSUSE and SLES as well as legacy Windows operating systems. As well, a new online self-help and knowledge base gives customers the ability to learn self-support ability.

"LinMin now also offers more streamlined application integration. The latest release boasts an upgraded API, including a new disk imaging interface, enhanced provisioning support, and token and IP-based authentication. LinMin’s API enables cloud, hosting and corporate data centers to seamlessly add provisioning and imaging support to their existing IT applications, enabling full server provisioning, recovery and automated data center cloning. The API also enables independent software vendors and OEMs to augment their offerings with sophisticated provisioning and imaging capabilities."

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