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EWeek: Report: Global Enterprises Turning to Linux Servers



Hi!

Report: Global Enterprises Turning to Linux Servers
By Peter Galli   March 12, 2003

A new report on Linux released this week by Forrester Research has
found that global enterprises are increasingly turning to cheap Intel-based
Linux servers to run a variety of datacenter applications and, in the process,
are replacing both Microsoft Windows and proprietary Unix platforms.

http://www.eweek.com/article2/0,3959,924769,00.asp

Kilden er
http://www.forrester.com/ER/Research/Report/Summary/0,1338,16288,00.html


Summary:

INTERVIEWS
72% of respondents expect to use more Linux in 2004.
About a quarter are replacing Windows servers with Linux.
Enterprise support stalls Linux for 46% of interviewees.

ANALYSIS
In 2004, Linux adoption will explode in every datacenter,
challenging CIOs to keep proliferation under control.
Managed Linux deployment gives both datacenter pros and
application teams tools and processes to make Linux a success.
Recoding an application? Don't overlook Microsoft.

ACTION
Microsoft: Open source the common language runtime.

WHAT IT MEANS
Proprietary Unix is stone-cold dead -- but big iron lives on.
Laggard ISVs will regret their go-slow approach to Linux.

-- 
  Mvh. Carsten
 The penguin has lift off!


 
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