1. ZENworks Orchestrator
2. ZENworks Virtual Machine Management
3. ZENworks High Performance Computing Management
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Novell ZENworks Orchestrator is the brain behind data center systems management. Orchestrator automates operations so IT tasks are done consistently and according to policy every time. As a result, you're not in fire-drill mode, working on repetitive, labor-intensive tasks. Orchestrator keeps your resources, both physical and virtual, working together and focused on your business priorities.
ZENworks Virtual Machine Management
Pick your virtual environment; VMware, Xen or Microsoft. Novell ZENworks Virtual Machine Management manages the entire lifecycle of your choice of virtual machines. Virtual Machine Management is critical to efficiently implementing virtualization in your data center and achieving a return on your investment.
ZENworks High Performance Computing Management
Novell ZENworks High Performance Computing (HPC) Management allows you to take advantage of idle and under-utilized computing resources anywhere in your system and put them to work. With HPC Management, you can virtualize applications and data and then distribute them to existing computing resources for processing. As a result, you get a distributed scalable computing system that acts and is managed as a single operating environment.
A number of you have sent in suggestions and links to tools, utilities and software that's either designed for NetWare, works with NetWare or is simply useful on a NetWare network. Today, I want to point to a few of these in the hopes that one or more might be of interest to you.
I've blown hot and cold about Novell's "Cool Solutions" over the years, although mostly about how Novell treated the amalgam of tools, tips and tidbits rather than with what the site itself was doing. Still, in the 15 years I was a volunteer helper (a.k.a., Netwire Sysop) on the various forums that first Novell marketing and later Novell support sponsored, there always did appear to be a bit of a "culture clash" with the people involved with Cool Solutions. Or maybe it was just me. Cool Solutions was started by people in Novell's GroupWise organization - and you probably know how I feel about GroupWise (I've never liked the product).