Making Enterprise Linux Deployable, Scalable and Manageable - a Customer's Perspective

Recorded on May 5, 2009

srp-logoDuring a System z hardware upgrade at Salt River Project (an Arizona power utility), Senior Administrator Kevin Masaryk was challenged with finding a solution that would allow them to manage Red Hat Enterprise Linux on both the mainframe and x86 systems.   The Solution? Red Hat Satellite server.

Salt River Project uses Red Hat Satellite server to saves time and money by utilizing it to manage both their mainframe and distributed environments. The end result? A managed Linux platform that consolidates workloads and provides Salt River Project flexibility in both their mainframe and distributed environments. Mission accomplished.


Learn about:

  • A real-world example of Salt River Project's successful Enterprise Linux Management-in the their own words
  • How Salt River Project future-proofed their System z and Enterprise Linux platform, including improvements in flexibility and administration of their platform
  • How Red Hat Satellite server makes it easier to manage your Enterprise Linux platform, lowering administration costs
  • How a single administrator can manage hundreds of systems running on different hardware platforms

Chris Wells, Sr. Product Marketing Manager, Red Hat

Kevin Masaryk, Sr. Unix/Linux administrator, Salt River Project
Shawn Wells, Global System z Alliance Manager, Red Hat



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