Provides Mac OS X users automated single login access to Novell eDirectory storage resources through flexible login options—with no NetWare dependencies.
New product update includes new AuxMap utility and several bug fixes.
Lost in the fanfare in last month’s release of the Novell File Management Suite was the introduction of Novell Storage Manager 2.5 SP1. Version 2.5 SP1 was included in the Novell File Management Suite primarily because of its integration with Novell File Reporter—a product also included in the suite. But there are a lot of cool new features in Version 2.5 SP1 that you’ll definitely want to take advantage of right away.
With the release today of the Novell File Management Suite, Novell introduces some truly remarkable enterprise scale file reporting and monitoring technology in Novell File Reporter.
An article published in Enterprise Systems Journal praises the benefits of Novell Storage Manager stating “If you’re serious about cutting storage costs by better managing users’ ‘junk file drawers,’ a demo of Novell Storage Manager will be time well spent.”
David Condrey talks about the problem of storage growth and the need for automated, life cycle management through Novell Storage Manager 2.5. Two new Novell Open Video demos show exactly how to set up the policies for Novell Storage Manager to perform automated storage tasks.
The Novell OpenAudio group recently sat down with David Condrey, who leads the Novell Storage Manager development team, and learned a great deal about how the product works and the new features and enhancements in Version 2.5.
For a “dot 5″ product, Novell Storage Manager 2.5 is surprisingly rich in new features and enhancements. In fact, anyone who has worked with previous versions of Novell Storage Manager or the originally-named “File System Factory,” will probably be impressed right from the start with the completely new and easier-to-use user interface.
In a Technology Assessment paper published this month, IDC points out the unique benefits of automating storage management through Novell Storage Manager’s identity-based policies and states that “the world needs to know about this technology…”