Open Enterprise Server (OES)
Definition - What does Open Enterprise Server (OES) mean?
Open Enterprise Server (OES) is a server operating system designed for shared network resources and a virtualization computing environment.
Techopedia explains Open Enterprise Server (OES)
OES consists of various different modules and components which provide it with the functionality of a enterprise-scale server operating system. Among Netware and Suse server-centric functionality, OES includes a suite of files, storage, directory and web applications management tools namely, edirectory, ifolder, imanager and user and cluster management components.
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