IBM gains storage software developer

IBM has acquired storage software company TrelliSoft for an undisclosed amount. The deal will allow IBM's Tivoli Software...

IBM has acquired storage software company TrelliSoft for an undisclosed amount. The deal will allow IBM's Tivoli Software division to immediately begin selling TrelliSoft's storage resource management suite, StorageAlert.

The software will be integrated into IBM's Software Group and will complement storage resource managment products already in development by IBM.

The StorageAlert suite was programmed in Java and supports multiple operating systems, including Windows, Solaris, AIX, HP-UX Netware, Linux, and others. The suite is comprised of StorageAlert/OS, StorageAlert/Apps, StorageAlert/SAN, StorageAlert/NAS and StorageChargeback.

The software also supports a number of databases including Oracle, MS SQL Server, Interbase, DB2/UDB and Sybase.

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