Comodo Releases Free CentOS

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<p><strong>Jersey City, N.J. &mdash; May 4</strong><br />Comodo, a global certification authority and provider of identity and trust assurance management solutions, has launched Red Hat and CentOS-based versions of its back-office server suite, Zero Touch Linux (ZTL). </p><p>ZTL is a complete suite of Linux server applications centrally controlled by a user friendly, Web-based interface. </p><p>The new versions compatible with Red Hat and CentOS join the existing Trustix Secure Linux based version, providing administrators with greater flexibility and choice.<br /><br />ZTL takes a best-of-breed approach by offering administrators server software pre-configured on a choice of Linux distributions. </p><p>ZTL can be immediately installed on network servers and is ideal for small businesses looking to achieve an easy way to migrate to a Linux-driven back-office infrastructure.<br /><br />A single installation of ZTL brings under one umbrella a file server, print server, domain controller, DNS, mail server, Web mail, database server, Web server, proxy server, DHCP server, content-filtering server and a firewall. </p><p>The package overcomes the traditional difficulties of deploying a Linux infrastructure by reducing the setup of multiple server types to a one time installation and configuration.<br /><br />ZTL uses a familiar Windows-style GUI instead of a command-line interface to administer Linux-based servers. </p><p>One benefit of this is that companies do not have to retrain IT personnel and can continue to use their existing Windows trained staff to administer their server infrastructure.</p><p>&quot;Many businesses are aware that Linux is the most stable, secure and cost-effective server operating system available but are often reluctant to migrate because they also perceive Linux as difficult to configure and use,&quot; said Melih Abdulhayoglu, Comodo president and CEO. &quot;Zero Touch Linux helps to ease this situation by providing a single clean install of an entire back-office server infrastructure that is effortlessly managed through a central Web interface.&quot;</p>

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