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Re: [linux-392] RedHat opens Satellite service!!

From: Dan
Sent on: Friday, June 20, 2008 1:22 PM
This is really key.

Chris Munns wrote:
> To any of the Fedora/Centos folks out there, today some very good news 
> from RedHat.  They have finally gone the right route and opened up 
> their RHN/Satellite product code base to the outside world.
> http://www.redhat...­
> "Spacewalk is an open source (GPLv2) Linux systems management 
> solution. It is the upstream community project from which the Red Hat 
> Network Satellite product is derived. Spacewalk manages software 
> content updates for Red Hat Enterprise Linux and other Linux 
> distributions such as Fedora, CentOS, and Scientific Linux, within 
> your firewall. You can stage software content through different 
> environments, managing the deployment of updates to systems and 
> allowing you to view at which update level any given system is at 
> across your deployment. A clean central web interface allows viewing 
> of systems and their software update status, and initiating update 
> actions.. ....."
> For sys-admins like myself, this tool is something I have been dying 
> for to help make life easier managing updates and packages for mass 
> numbers of Fedora/Centos systems.  Check this one out if you can.  I'm 
> planning on setting aside some time for this soon and will happily 
> report back to the group at the next open topic Meetup event.
> now if we can only go a step further and get something like this that 
> was distro agnostic....(an idea I've had in my head for years.. ugh..)
> - Chris
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