[News] Survey of GNU/Linux Options for an Enterprise, Reasons to Dump Windows for GNU/Linux

[News] Survey of GNU/Linux Options for an Enterprise, Reasons to Dump Windows for GNU/Linux

Post by Roy Schest » Sun, 13 Jun 2010 00:13:22


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What is the best Linux Version for the Enterprise?

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| While Linux is taking the world by storm, I
| often get asked what the best version of Linux
| is for enterprises of all sizes. Red Hat,
| Suse and Ubuntu are always top notch
| distributions but then so are Fedora, CentOS,
| Mint, OpenSuse, and SlackWare. Which distro
| is the best depends largely on what software
| you will be running on your Linux
| installation. For most companies,
| standardizing on a distribution seems like it
| should be the final goal. As with most things
| we discuss, the answer is maybe as well as it
| depends. We are going to limit our scope in
| this CTO Brief to three of the top
| Business/Enterprise backed distributions.
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Pros and Cons of Migrating to or GNU/Linux

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| This conclusion was delivered after some gems,
| referring to like
|
| * It not XP
| * Compatibility is always an issue
| * It the same old
| * Productivity will slip in the short-term
|
| On the pro side of the authour mentions
| improved security over XP or Vista but totally
| neglects to mention that GNU/Linux had better
| security than XP nine years ago and it is
| getting better.
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Recent:

The Leading Enterprise Linux Vendors

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| Enterprise Linux Vendors
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| Red Hat
| Canonical Ltd.
| Novell / SuSE
| Other Major Players And Contributors
| Debian
| IBM
| Oracle
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