SCO OpenServer for VMware Enterprise - ( v. 5.0.7v ) - Crossgrade Subscript

Mfg. Part: LX261-UX51W-5.0.7V | CDW Part: 2254079 | UNSPSC: 43233004
  • ( v. 5.0.7v )
  • Crossgrade Subscription License ( 1 year )
  • 1 license
  • upgrade from SCO OpenServer 5.0.7
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This item was discontinued on March 01, 2017

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  • ( v. 5.0.7v )
  • Crossgrade Subscription License ( 1 year )
  • 1 license
  • upgrade from SCO OpenServer 5.0.7
SCO OpenServer 5.0.7V for VMware is part of its line of virtualized versions of its family of UNIX operating systems. With the OpenServer 5.0.7V Virtual Appliance, current OpenServer 5.0.7 customers will be able to take full advantage of the benefits of running their applications in a virtualized environment with full support from SCO.

The OpenServer 5.0.7V Virtual Appliance is a VMware ready image of OSR507 which can be easily installed on a VMware ESX Server 3.5, VMware Workstation 6.5.2 for Windows or VMware ESXi 3.5 system.

With OpenServer 5.0.7V, customers will be able to capitalize on the benefits of virtualization. Virtualization allows multiple operating systems to run side-by-side as peers on the same hardware server. This provides a hardware cost savings and efficiency for IT departments. With OpenServer 5.0.7V, customers can take advantage of the full range of modern hardware support provided by the VMware virtualization layer while continuing to run their current applications.

For customers, virtualization essentially lets one computer do the job of multiple computers by sharing the resources of a single computer across multiple environments. Virtual servers and virtual desktops let customers host multiple operating systems and multiple applications both locally and in remote locations, freeing them from physical and geographical limitations. The result is that in addition to energy savings and lower capital expenditures due to more efficient use of hardware resources, customers obtain high availability of resources, better desktop management, increased security, and improved disaster recovery processes.