[clug] Enterprise Linux use
email.agupta at gmail.com
Tue Oct 12 19:10:28 MDT 2010
Over last 12 years I have worked with number of service providers and
delivered professional services to number of large enterprise
I have not seen any enterprise customer without some sort of *nix
deployment. Even M$ was running Linux/BSD based mail and DNS servers a
few years back. They probably have diisabled OS fingerprinting.
The discussion should be if there any big enterprise customer in any
segment who is *nix free.
On Wed, Oct 13, 2010 at 1:14 AM, Robert Brockway
<robert at timetraveller.org> wrote:
> On Tue, 12 Oct 2010, Randall Crook wrote:
>> Linux is actually penetrating more than you might think.
> Absolutely. I still hear people talk about Linux 'breaking into the
> enterprise'. Linux (often RHEL) is already one of the core OSes used within
> large organisations.
> Solaris admin used to be my most marketable OS skill. These days I get far
> more interest in my Linux experience (16 years and counting). The change
> seemed to occur around 2005.
>> True, it's fairly specialised equipment the linux is being used with but
>> with the uncertainty Oracle has made over Sun and Solaris, the movement
>> to Linux is accelerating.
> Definitely. A lot of big players support Linux these days afterall.
>> In my previous job the movement towards linux had also began. So its not
>> isolated. I think resistance is ebbing. All in all, the future is not
>> as bleek as you might think.
> The present and future of Linux is bright.
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