SearchEnterpriseLinux: Linux Breaks Cluster Barriers, and Microsoft Follows
Apr 30, 2004, 11:30 (7 Talkback[s])
(Other stories by Jan Stafford)
[ Thanks to Michael
S. Mimoso for this link. ]
"What's the biggest thing that has blocked Linux
clustering's advance into enterprises?
"Chuck Foley: To me, the biggest thing holding Linux clustering
back has been that it was not beneficial for major systems vendors.
A lot of people who had a lot of influence didn't want it to
succeed. For years, vendors' mantra has been that a very large
mission-critical job needs proprietary software and systems..."