ROSA Announces Enterprise Distribution

Sep 06, 2012

ROSA announces the test version of its server operating system based on the ROSA Enterprise Linux Server “Helium” platform.

The ROSA Directory Server component is intended for administration of user accounts and controlling access to resources of a local network. ROSA Directory Server is based on the Mandriva Directory Server with additions to provide strong authentication (Kerberos) and support for administration of several subnetworks. Key components of the distribution are: ROSA Directory Server, ROSA Server Setup, and OpenStack 2012.1 Essex.

The ROSA Server Setup tool lets you install and configure main server components using a web interface. And, OpenStack 2012.1 Essex provides a set of tools and services for building private and public cloud infrastructures. 

ROSA Enterprise Linux Server “Helium” is available for x86 (i586) and x86_64 hardware platforms and is compatible with open and commercial enterprise software, including binary-level compatibility. RELS is based on server solutions from Red Hat and Mandriva.

For more information please visit: You can download the test edition of the ROSA Enterprise Linux Server “Helium” 2012 operating system here.

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