HPUX11I or REDHAT for mission critical application ?

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we begin to develop a mission critical project that will deliver at 2007. now , we have a very good experience with hpux11i for ORACLE DB and application servers(JBOSS , oc4j) . last month we deliver the first project on redhat. i told to my managers that we have to develop the mission critical project only on redhat , because i dont see a future to HPUX11I . i am looking for information that help me in this case. thanks you
ASKED: March 19, 2005  2:12 AM
UPDATED: March 19, 2005  10:02 AM

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I don’t have any information to support your arguement but I completely agree. HP has been pretty non-comittal when it comes to its proprietary technology: PA RISC, HPUX. I totally see a future of two UNIX variants. Solaris and Linux. This may take a few year to play out so your app may be grandfathered by then. (BTW: I’m DBA in a pure HPUX shop and I am pushing mgmnt to start moving some eggs to the Linux basket).

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