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Linux ClearOS. RedHat / CentOS
John Willemse    

Badkey goes: Linux ClearOS. Linux build on on CentOS. http://www.clearfoundation.com

ClearOS, Distribution Timeline and Software.
We are old friends to open source.  At ClearFoundation, our team has been together for nearly 10 years with over 118,000 registered systems in the field. ClearOS is based upon RedHat / CentOS Linux and has been developed over time by diligent developers with tons of customer feedback.

In 2005, we incorporated several elements of CentOS to the benefit of the solution.  We are excited about what the future will bring with new resources, developers, and partners in the future!

Image:Badkey Corner - Linux ClearOS. RedHat / CentOS


What is ClearOS?
Image:Badkey Corner - Linux ClearOS. RedHat / CentOS

Information:
http://www.clearfoundation.com/Software/overview.html

wikipedia.org:
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/ClearOS

ClearOS (formerly named ClarkConnect) is a Linux distribution, based on CentOS and Red Hat Enterprise Linux, designed for use in small and medium enterprises as a network gateway and network server with a web-based administration interface.[4] It is designed to be an alternative to Windows Small Business Server.ClearOS succeeds ClarkConnect.
The software will be built by ClearFoundation, and support services can be purchased from ClearCenter. ClearOS 5.1 removes previous limitations to mail, DMZ, and MultiWAN functions.

Starting with the ClearOS 6 release:
The distribution will be a full-featured operating system for servers and workstations built from source packages for Red Hat Enterprise Linux.

Features include:
Stateful firewall (iptables), networking and security
Intrusion detection and prevention system (SNORT)
Virtual private networking (PPTP, IPSec, OpenVPN)
Web proxy, with content filtering and antivirus (Squid, DansGuardian)
E-mail services (Webmail, Postfix, SMTP, POP3/s, IMAP/s)
Groupware (Kolab)
Database and web server (easy to deploy LAMP stack)
File and print services (Samba and CUPS)
Flexshares (unified multi-protocol storage which currently employs CIFS, HTTP/S, FTP/S, and SMTP)
MultiWAN (Internet fault tolerant design)
Built-in reports for system statistics and services (MRTG and others)

ClearCenter has created the ClearOS Enterprise User Guides and Video Tutorials. You can find these reference materials on clearcenter.com.
http://www.clearfoundation.com/docs/user_guide/start

Check us out in action!  Click below to see a live demo of a ClearOS platform in all its glory!
ClearOS Demo Compatible Browsers:
URL: https://demo1.clearos.com:81 or URL: https://demo2.clearos.com:81  
User Name: get and Password: clear

Servers are for demonstration and short term evaluation use. Restrictions to use apply. Servers are for an international audience and may appear in different languages. To change the languages please visit the language page of demo1 and demo2. Servers reset at the bottom and top of each hour respectively.

ClearOS Download:
http://www.clearfoundation.com/Software/downloads

@virtual marketplace:
ClearOS is a powerful network and gateway server operating system designed for small business and distributed environments.
http://www.vmware.com/appliances/directory/node/325873

Description:
ClearOS is an integrated software distribution that includes everything for a small IT environment from easy to understand file storage to cloud-based services with an intuitive management console. With over 119,800 deployments in 122 countries and 21 languages, ClearOS is a proven, secure, and cost-effective IT delivery platform for anyone looking to develop, deploy or deliver managed IT services like the growing list of ClearCenter Partners across the globe.

Features & Benefits:
ClearOS is a network and gateway server Linux distribution. Updates and new modules can be obtained through ClearSDN. With over then 118,000 registered deployments around the globe, ClearOS has been proven to be a secure and robust gateway on the network edge. ClearOS can operate on standard x86 hardware, turning standard hardware into a powerful appliance for control of network servers and network gateway.

ClearOS is an aggregation of the leading open source network and gateway applications and content to manage your IT needs.
ClearOS is the next evolution in IT for small business and distributed environments because it takes advantage of open source reliability while using the latest updates from commercial content sources. ClearOS is a perfect fit for businesses looking for real value within a cost effective structure.

One advantage of the ClearOS open source architecture is the flexibility to deploy the appropriate elements for a given environment. If you are only looking for a reliable content filtering solution, you can provision just that function and ignore the rest. You can pick and choose the elements you need to deploy, know you have access to more functions as needed.

ClearOS Robust Feature Set Includes:
Intrusion Detection: Detect and notify security breaches on your network from inside and out
Firewall: Advanced control over network access
Content Filtering: Ability to control access to inappropriate and dangerous content
Antispam: Detect:, reduce and control the volume of unsolicited email
Antivirus: Detect and quarantine malware and malicious content with email, web traffic
Wireless Support: Manage wireless access to your network
File Server: Central storage for all of your valuable documents
Print Server: Advanced network printing for all major brands of printers
MultiWAN: Connect and load balance multiple Internet connections
Web Server: Maintain your own local web site for Internet

And much more... pricing: Free.  http://www.clearfoundation.com

VMware Virtual Appliances (VOF). Appliance Type: Partner
http://www.vmware.com/appliances/directory/node/325873

Distrowatch ClearOS:
http://distrowatch.com/table.php?distribution=clearos

ClearOS Enterprise is a server, network, and gateway platform designed for small businesses and distributed enterprise environments. ClearOS Enterprise is based upon ClearOS Core which is a rebuild of Red Hat Enterprise Linux. The distribution is flexible and includes an extensive list of features and integrated services which can be configured through a web-based interface. Some of the tools found in ClearOS Enterprise include anti-virus, anti-spam, VPN, content filtering, bandwidth manager, file services, SMTP services, print services, SSL certification, and web services. ClearOS includes a marketplace which simplifies the installation of software including 3rd party modules. The distribution is provided as a free download, inclusive of basic OS updates with free registration.


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