Zenoss Receives Red Hat Ready Certification

Enterprise IT Monitoring Provider Adds Support for Red Hat Enterprise Linux

Annapolis, MD—October 25 2006 — Zenoss, Inc., a leading provider of open source network and systems management software, today announced it has received Red Hat Ready Certification for its Zenoss Enterprise Open Source Monitoring Solution. As a member of the Red Hat Ready Partner program, Zenoss has committed to providing its solutions on Red Hat Enterprise Linux 4 and future versions.

Zenoss, Inc. offers commercial services around an integrated, easy-to-deploy, and cost-effective management solution. As the most complete open source network and system monitoring platform Zenoss provides a consolidated view across all levels of the enterprise—from network devices and servers to environment controls. Network operators can define custom views that make sense for their network encompassing both real-time and historical data presented from the Zenoss web console.

The combination of Zenoss and Red Hat provides a lower-cost and easier-to-deploy solution than proprietary monitoring packages. This new paradigm of enterprise open source software provides a high quality product with an unprecedented level of flexibility and ability to customize that can only be achieved with open source software.

“Red Hat Enterprise Linux is an established, reliable choice for enterprise deployments,” said Zenoss CTO and Co-Founder Erik Dahl. “We are proud to offer an enterprise-ready monitoring system that provides the high level of quality and dependability that Red Hat Enterprise Linux users have come to expect.”

About Zenoss, Inc.
Recently named one of the “Top 10 Open Source Companies to Watch” by Network World, Zenoss is an open source network and systems management software company based in Annapolis, MD. Zenoss provides the most complete open source monitoring platform as a lower-cost and easier-to-deploy alternative to traditional proprietary solutions. For more information, please visit www.zenoss.com.

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