Oracle Linux on your home or small office server?Nov 29, 2012, 15:00 (2 Talkback[s])
(Other stories by Jason Phillips)
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This year Oracle announced the release of its own free GNU licensed operating system: Oracle Linux. The Oracle Linux OS is heavily based on Fedora Core with the applications of Red Hat Enterprise Linux bundled in. This is essentially a move from Oracle to grab some of the market base of Red Hat since they are now offering pretty much the same Red Hat application features now for free.
We already know how Linux can perform very well in the enterprise, but have you ever considered running Linux at home? Or, maybe, in your small office?
Now that Oracle Linux is offering so many great application features for free, I think a strong case could be made for running Oracle Linux on your own home or office network.
Let’s look at a couple reasons why you may want to explore this option.
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