Jersey City, New Jersey – (The Hosting News) – March 22, 2006 – The Beta version of Zero Touch Linux has been launched by Internet identity and trust assurance service firm, Comodo.
According to the company, Zero Touch Linux (ZTL), which will be available free until July 1, is a complete suite of back office server applications centrally controlled by a friendly web based control panel. A single installation of ZTL can act as a central File Server, Print Server, Domain Consoler, DNS, Mail Server, Database Server and Web Server. 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.
ZTL, developed by Comodo’s Positive Software (PSOFT) division, takes a â€˜best of breedâ€™ approach by offering administrators industry leading server software pre-configured on Comodo’s Linux distribution, Trustix Secure Linux. The solution, free until July 1 (after which time it will be $99 per server) is available as a single downloadable ISO from http://ztl.trustix.com and can be immediately installed on network servers.
Major features include:
Remote administration of servers from Windows and Linux workstations
One click server upgrades
Built on server optimized and secure operating system, Trustix Secure Linux
Ability to remotely install and configure Web, Mail, DNS, LAN and Database servers
ZTL Control Panel â€“ Friendly, web based server admin tool featuring granular access levels.
Melih Abdulhayoglu, President and CEO Comodo. â€œZero Touch Linux is the only office server, server operating system and server control panel in one package. Itâ€™s also the easiest way for businesses of all sizes to setup and administer their back office infrastructure. Instead of navigating an ever choppier sea of separately managed applications, ZTL provides total control over all server types and upgrades through the same interface. This free beta release gives users hands-on experience in managing a Linux based office infrastructure the way it should be â€“ easy!!”
To learn more about Comodo, please visit: www.comodogroup.com.