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February 8, 2004
113093 MIKE SNIER
Open Magazine - Your strategic guide to Open Source
Serious water-fowlers know that black ducks are seriously smart.
They're hard to call and decoy, suspicious of their surroundings, and look
smart in flight.
This week's story is about Black Duck Software, whose source-code
management software checks the requirements of Open Source and proprietary
licenses to help businesses and government agencies keep their code
environment safe and IP risk-free. After reading what they're all about,
you won't find it difficult to see why this was a company name chosen
Another high-flier examined this week is Cyclades, a company that wants
to give new meaning to the word "uptime" for data centers. We talk to
Daniel Dalarossa, co-founder and CEO, about Cyclades' history and
present-day standing as a solutions oasis for network management.
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