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June 3, 2008  9:46 AM

Ubuntu Server receives positive reviews



Posted by: Suzanne Wheeler
Administration, interoperability and integration, Backup & recovery, Interviews, Linux blogs and news, support, Ubuntu Linux, Updates and upgrades

Ubuntu isn't just for desktops. Behind the scenes, corporate IT managers have put Ubuntu to work on servers. Don't believe me? Well, I can name names. I can also tell you up front that Ubuntu Server gets high marks for its corporate support; easy backups, installs and upgrades; documentation, and...

May 29, 2008  1:44 PM

Rowgen the full package, IRI CoSort says



Posted by: Suzanne Wheeler
Administration, interoperability and integration, Database, Enterprise applications for Linux, identity management, Interviews, Security, support, Updates and upgrades

Data protection and security may become easier if a new Linux-friendly product from IRI Cosort delivers on its promises. The product, Rowgen, integrates the formerly independent tasks of


January 22, 2008  9:24 AM

Linux-compatible server options expand



Posted by: Rick Vanover
Administration, interoperability and integration, Enterprise applications for Linux, Rick Vanover, support

I was faced with the decision to implement an additional system on the RHEL 4.x series, or make our first jump to the version 5 releases. I decided to have this additional system to stay on RHEL 4.x because of our support situation. As admins are aware, there are many factors that affect a decision...


November 9, 2007  11:04 AM

Does Ubuntu’s documentation stink?



Posted by: ITKE
Dell, support, Ubuntu Linux

Ubuntu documentationIt's a day of blog...


October 26, 2007  11:28 AM

Oracle Unbreakable Linux program having no effect down under



Posted by: ITKE
Oracle Linux, Red Hat, support

When we first wrote about the Oracle Unbreakable Linux support program late last year, Red Hat Enterprise Linux users appeared ready to at least give it a look. The program, officially announced in October 2006, promised deep discounts for Red Hat users that opted to go to Oracle -- not Red Hat --...


September 11, 2007  10:17 AM

Mainframes, Linux, and cost advantages



Posted by: ITKE
Administration, interoperability and integration, Clusters, grids and mainframes, Linux versus Unix, Linux versus Windows, Power management, Security, support

MainframesOccasionally throughout the summer I've been...


September 10, 2007  3:38 PM

Linux Done Right: A user’s pleasant surprise



Posted by: ITKE
Administration, interoperability and integration, Enterprise applications for Linux, identity management, Linux basics, Linux desktops, Linux Done Right, Linux versus Windows, Open source applications, Samba, support

Consider this the first in an occasional, meandering series of articles on Linux done right. These aren't meant to boost the sales of any particular vendor, but instead are meant to show other end users, IT managers and decision makers what to look for when vetting applications and operating...


August 21, 2007  11:45 AM

Black Hat Linux support (xkcd)



Posted by: ITKE
Linux humor, support

xkcd comicThe webcomic xkcd takes on


June 28, 2007  8:29 AM

Picking the brain of a Linux consultant



Posted by: ITKE
Administration, interoperability and integration, Interviews, support

As SearchEnterpriseLinux.com gears up to cover the heck out of the state of Linux support today (a summer support series -- how's that for some alliteration, huh?), I've been exchanging emails and phone calls with Linux consultant Patrick Green, of Chicago-based Silver Strand Solutions. Here's a...


June 18, 2007  3:51 PM

Linux and the “support barrier” — where do things stand?



Posted by: ITKE
Administration, interoperability and integration, Debian, Linux basics, Open source applications, Red Hat, support, SUSE/Novell, Ubuntu Linux, Uncategorized

Linux and open source software supportEarlier...


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