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Canonical

on 17 October 2012

Landscape provides a single, easy-to-use, browser-based control panel, through which you can manage your machines from anywhere. With a fully scriptable API, you can integrate it with your current Linux management tools, extending their capabilities and giving you the power to do more with fewer resources. Most important of all however, is Landscape’s ease of use. In fact, for experienced Linux administrators, the learning curve is practically non-existent.

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