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Users tackle question of Linux vs. Windows on the server Print E-mail
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Source: TechTarget.com - Posted by Benjamin D. Thomas   
Server Security The battle between Linux and Windows for server-side dominance is continuing to play out in data centers worldwide. While some are drawn to Microsoft due to Windows' ease-of-use, manageability and application availability, others feel that low cost, high stability and the freedom of being able to tweak and analyze source code makes Linux the only choice.

SearchEnterpriseLinux.com recently conducted an unscientific survey of readers asking them to size up the current state of the battle between Linux and Windows on the server. Most agreed that while Microsoft is still by far the dominant player, Linux is only getting stronger, and is gradually moving out of the realm of "edge" applications and into more mission-critical tasks.

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