HP-UX is Hewlett Packard's (HP) variant of UNIX.
The HP-UX Operating Environment is a computer operating system, based on UNIX System V. The HP-UX Operating system can be installed onto specific PA-Risc hardware or Intel based platforms.
HP-UX was the first version of Unix to use Access Control Lists for file access permissions rather than the standard Unix permissions system. HP-UX was one of the first Unix systems to include an integrated Logical Volume Manager (LVM).
Public Scheduled and On-Site Courses (delivered on customer site)
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HP-UX Design, Installation and Support Services
Installing, configure and maintaining HP-UX installations is technically challenging and requires skilled personnel. As well as providing training in these areas we can also provide access to specialist engineering resources and support staff with the infrastructure in place to help design and deploy or provide skilled support should that be needed. We can provide several case studies (watch this space for write-ups to follow) demonstrating our experience and commitment to long-term customer support.
For large-scale deployments it's prudent to call on external sources of expertise for planning and deployment: subsequent to deployment a different skill set is required to provide ongoing maintenance and support services. We and our partners specialise in these areas and we will be glad to assist if asked.
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