Technalign releases Pioneer MigrationSERVER Beta 1
December 21, 2006
Technalign, Inc. has released Pioneer MigrationSERVER Beta 1, a new server that is targeted towards the SMB market and workgroup servers in enterprise networks.
The server provides a robust and simple to use interface for server administration using Webmin 1.300 as the interface, as well as the familiar KDE interface. Pioneer MigrationSERVER will also be a replacement for its legacy Version XI MigrationSERVER released in 2005. The new server uses Kubuntu as a base and includes additional features which were found in Version XI including clustering support. Dianne Ursini, CEO of Technalign, Inc. stated, "The new MigrationSERVER has been long awaited by our business community as well as companies currently running Version XI. This version will be supported by both Technalign and its partners in the US and Canada.". Beta 1 is close to release and Technalign is requesting that users report any issues or requested changes on the TaPioneer forums.
Pioneer MigrationSERVER will be free to individuals and Nonprofit organizations wanting to run a web server, while commercial establishments will be required to purchase a copy. About Technalign Technalign is a leading distributor and manufacturer of Linux and Linux software. Technalign has partnerships with Canonical, Appgen, Ruffdogs and others. For more information on Technalign and it's products please visit www.technalign.com, www.tapioneer.com, and www.migrationserver.com.