Zentyal 3.5 Roadmap published!

April 17 2014

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Zentyal Development Team is glad to announce the roadmap for Zentyal 3.5! Zentyal 3.5 is a new Community Edition that will be published on the 17th of June, 2014. This release will run on Ubuntu Server 14.04 LTS and it will focus specially on offering improved Microsoft Active Directory® and Microsoft® Exchange Server replacement. The code freeze is expected on May 16th.

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Zentyal announces Zentyal Server 3.4, a new Linux Small Business Server release

March 18 2014

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(Full press release available in English, Spanish)

Zentyal Development Team today announced Zentyal Server 3.4, a new release of the Zentyal Linux small business server. Zentyal Server aims at offering small and medium businesses (SMBs) a native drop-in replacement for Windows® Small Business Server and Microsoft® Exchange Server, that can be set up in less than 30 minutes and is both easy-to-use and affordable.

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Zentyal Team is glad to announce that Mateo Burillo, Zentyal Training Manager, will deliver a 6-hour tutorial entitled “Deploying a native replacement for Microsoft® Exchange Server and Microsoft Active Directory® in your business with Zentyal” during the SambaXP 2014, the international Samba conference for users and developers taking place in Göttingen, Germany, from May 13 to 16. The tutorial will take place on May 13 and it will be held in English.

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Zentyal Team is happy to announce that Julio José Garcia, QA Engineer at Zentyal, will give a talk at the Free and Open Source Software Developers’ European Meeting (FOSDEM) that will be held in Brussels (Belgium) on the 1st and 2nd of February 2014. FOSDEM is one of the largest open source software developers’ events organized in Europe and it aims at offering a meeting place for open source communities to share ideas and collaborate.

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Forbes Guthrie, an infrastructure architect specializing in virtualization, has started a “four-part series of posts explaining how to install and configure a Linux-based appliance in your vSphere lab environment to take the role as a Windows Domain Controller“. Check out the articles where he is using Zentyal Server to build a Linux-based Domain Controller:

vReference: A Linux based domain controller

Thank you Forbes!

New Zentyal Server release policy

December 15 2013

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The Zentyal Team is glad to announce the New Zentyal Server Release Policy. New versions of Zentyal Server Community Edition, including new features, improvements and bug fixing, will be released in three-month intervals – always based on the latest available version of Ubuntu Server. Thus, Zentyal Community Edition effectively becomes the technology laboratory where new features are first being deployed. When these new features are deemed to be stable, they will be integrated in the Commercial Editions via Service Packs.

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Zentyal Team is glad to announce that we are looking for two C/C++ Developers to join our team based in Zaragoza, Spain. Are you into Zentyal, OpenChange and Samba? Are you results driven, motivated to work in a start-up environment and to change the world with open source? If yes, check out the positions and file in your CV as soon as possible!

More specifically, we are looking for one junior and one senior C/C++ Developer, who will develop Zentyal products and focus specially on the Samba and OpenChange integration. The candidates should have excellent knowledge of C/C++ and good knowledge on data structures, algorithms and networking skills (LDAP, Samba, etc.)