Storage startup acquires Linux provisioning software

Storage startup Mountain View Data Inc. Tuesday announced that it has acquired server provisioning software from TurboLinux Inc., a Linux company focused on the Asia Pacific region.

Mountain View data has acquired PowerCockpit, a software package used for installing, configuring and managing Linux and Windows servers.

PowerCockpit simplifies the installation and repurposing of servers. It integrates Mountain View data's network-attached storage software and its replication and snapshot back-up technologies, MVD Sync and MVD Snap.

Mountain View Data licenses PowerCockpit to start-up CoroSoft, a company involved in the automation of server, storage and network processes.

Mountain View expects a new version of PowerCockpit to be available next month.

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