, a Linux software startup focused on software appliances, is rolling out a new version of its flagship product this week at LinuxWorld in San Francisco.
Software appliances enable Linux applications to be streamlined and run on standard industry hardware and in virtualization environments linking devices regardless of location or configuration.
"With rBuilder 2.0, software developers can easily create and maintain software appliances for their customers," said Erik Troan, founder and chief technology officer of rPath. "As a result, end-users receive software that is simple to install, administer, and use."
The new version includes streamlined appliance administration, simplified building of software updates, accelerated delivery of maintenance and enhancements, and an easier ability to create demonstrations and trials.
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