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Opsware

Opsware Inc. was a company that specialized in software that automates managed services. Founded in 1999 as Loudcloud by Marc Andreessen, Ben Horowitz, Tim Howes and In Sik Rhee, it initially offered managed services and used its own Opsware software to control it. In 2002, Loudcloud sold its services business to EDS and changed the company name to its software. In 2007, Opsware was acquired by HP.
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Used by IT organizations worldwide, the award-winning Opsware Network Automation System enables compliance and enforces operational best practices by tracking, validating and automating network infrastructure changes across globally distributed, multi-vendor networks.
the Opsware System nailed it, picking up nearly one-third of the vote.