WIN2003 or redhat linux which is the best for oracle e-business

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dear what will be better for oracle e-business linux or win2003 ... here we face problem for linux professionals but can easly get win professional.. but at the same time we are thinking for security and stability etc.. we are new to linux but have experience on win2003.. plz share your experience good or bad for above topice regards
ASKED: July 16, 2008  3:14 PM
UPDATED: March 17, 2009  2:44 PM

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Unix / Linux is more native to Oracle e-business as compared to Windows. In earlier days, Unix was the default choice, but nowadays Linux is taking over. Oracle has its own Linux called Oracle Unbreakable Linux, but in our experience we have seen that somehow some versions of oracle apps seem to install more easily on RedHat Linux than on Oracle Linux. So, from our experience RHEL would be the best choice.
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  • Kevin Beaver
    I wouldn't worry about security on Windows IF you do the right things to keep it secure...the very same things you'll need for a Linux environment: reasonable hardening, patching, and continual security testing to ensure everything's in check.
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