Eclipse News Desk
OpenLogic Offers New BlueGlue
Version 3.2 Includes Eclipse Plug-Ins
Jun. 28, 2005 05:00 PM
OpenLogic, Inc. has announced the availability of version 3.2 of its BlueGlue Open Source Infrastructure Management Suite. The company is also introducing 17 new Eclipse Plug-ins.
BlueGlue is the first software that automates the reliable installation, configuration, integration, test and maintenance of certified and supported stacks built from customer-specified combinations of over 120 leading Open Source projects. It helps customers substantially reduce management costs and complexity when using Open Source software.
Version 3.2 includes the following management, compliance, and usability features:
“This release is the result of various customer requests for
ways to better help them to efficiently take advantage of Open Source
infrastructure tools. Were confident it will help them significantly
reduce their open source management costs,” said Rod Cope, CTO and Founder of OpenLogic.
The latest version of BlueGlue also adds 17 new Eclipse Plug-ins, part of OpenLogics strategy to continue enhancing Eclipse support. BlueGlue now includes a collection of over 20 of the most popular Eclipse Open Source Plug-ins that support top projects like JBoss, MySQL, Struts, PHP, and many more. It provides the easiest way to install, configure, integrate, test and manage Eclipse with popular plug-ins in a fully-integrated, conflict-free development environment. OpenLogic is also separately announcing the availability of a Free Starter Edition of BlueGlue based on Eclipse and Eclipse Plug-ins.
The latest version of BlueGlue has been certified on Red Hats RHEL, versions 3 and 4 and SUSE LINUX Enterprise Server (SLES) 9, ensuring compatibility for companies using these popular enterprise Linux editions.
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