The French Linux distributor Mandriva, has updated its Enterprise Server 5 that first appeared mid 2009.
The manufacturer emphasizes the update not only fixes bugs but also offers customers new features, which Mandriva is calling "Evolution Maintenance." With version 5.1, the distributor has its focus very much on virtualization, relying on the official kernel technology KVM. The tools delivered promise a simpler management of virtualization systems.
The server is available on subscription and which costs around 300 Euro (about $400) a year. A free trial version , available on registration, as ISO or VM image is also available.
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