SiliconRepublic: EBS Chooses Linux for IT Consolidation Project
Feb 16, 2007, 10:45 (0 Talkback[s])
(Other stories by Gordon Smith)
"EBS Building Society has chosen Linux as part of a major
project that will see many of its servers consolidated to run on a
mainframe. Itâ€™s believed the move will help
reduce costs and complexity for EBS.
"The building society, which is the fifth-largest credit
institution in the country, has chosen SUSE Linux Enterprise Server
(SLES) from Novell as the foundation for the consolidation project.
This will involve hosting IBM WebSphere applications and SLES will
support more than 1,000 users within EBS in 2007..."