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    CentOS Studio beta program

    The CentOS Studio project is looking for individuals with experience deploying CentOS and Red Hat Enterprise Linux (RHEL) to join our beta program.

    CentOS Studio is a free, open source product that provides a standard platform to integrate, test, deploy and maintain Linux systems and applications. It works with CentOS and RHEL. CentOS Studio is applicable for OEMs, ISVs and all organizations.

    Joining the CentOS Studio Beta allows deployment professionals to -
    * Evaluate the CentOS Studio product.
    * Work directly with the CentOS Studio team.
    * Be aware of the latest technologies for Linux deployment.
    * Contribute back to the Linux community.

    For more information, please visit the CentOS Studio website at centosstudio dot org.


    The CentOS Studio Team

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    Useful tool. Someone should have thought of this earlier. This should do well. Nice work.

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    Trusted Penguin Irithori's Avatar
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    May 2009
    Just joined and looking forward to evaluate CentOS studio.
    You must always face the curtain with a bow.

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    FYI - see the final released version at www deployproject org. Here is a brief overview from the website:

    Multi-Platform Deployment.

    Deploy provides an open platform for managing system and application delivery. The current version works with CentOS and Red Hat Enterprise Linux. An open source project – free to download, use and share.

    What can you do with Deploy?

    Deploy Systems. IT Professionals can define systems. Automate testing. Deploy to physical, virtual and cloud machines. Update existing systems. Keep it clean and efficient using text files, standard formats, and a single automated process.

    Package Applications. Application providers can package software. Test installation and updates. Provide configuration templates. Release to consumers and IT. Work effectively using standard formats and a lightweight, flexible platform.

    Leverage and Extend. Developers can add support for new operating systems. Create custom modules. Provide templates for deploying to virtual and cloud environments. Leverage a complete, reliable platform that is freely available.

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