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Leading software and hardware companies have selected and adapted the Linux and UNIX operating systems to serve as the platform for software products, client support services, and mobile devices. Organizational enterprise also is increasingly using Linux and UNIX as a base operating system.

Reasons for utilizing Linux-variant and UNIX-variant operating systems include:

  • Less reliance on a single vendor for an operating system.
  • Updates and maintenance are no longer controlled by the source software company.
  • Reduce or obviate licensing costs.
  • Incorporate the open source software into an organization's information technology infrastructure.
  • The open source software in some cases will be comparable or superior to commercial operating systems.
  • Commercial support services for free and low cost Linux-variants.

Leading Linux and UNIX - Utilization in Information Technology Infrastructure
Google Android Google Chrome Red Hat and Fedora Linux SUSE Linux SUSE WebYaST Ubuntu Linux UNIX Administration UNIX Programming
Base Operating System Strategies
Mobile Devices and Desktop Computing Cloud Computing

Scalable Web Servers

Web Server Scalability
Big Data and Apache Hadoop
Data Center Operations
iOS - Apple Mac OSX - Apple
Android OS FOSS - Google Chrome OS - Google
Amazon Web Services and Barnes and Noble - Android-variant OS
HP-UNIX - Hewlett-Packard Solaris-UNIX - Sun and Oracle
Mozilla Firefox OS Tizen OS Jolla Sailfish OS
Fedora and Red Hat Linux SUSE Linux Ubuntu Linux
Red Hat Linux SUSE Linux Enterprise Ubuntu Server
HP-Linux - Hewlett-Packard IBM - Power on Linux Initiative | Linux-variants Oracle-Linux - Oracle Corporation
Linux and UNIX Training Programs
Linux and UNIX Infrastructure
Enterprise Implementations - Linux and UNIX
Google Chrome
Ubuntu Implementation
Linux and UNIX Internetworking
Red Hat and Fedora Solaris to Red Hat Linux SUSE Linux Ubuntu Linux
UNIX and Linux Fundamentals UNIX - Solaris Network Administration UNIX and Linux Scripting UNIX Application Development

Functional Utilization of Linux and UNIX as the Base Operating System
Scalable Databases Middleware Web Servers
Commercial Open Source
IBM MQ IBM CICS Transaction Server
IBM WebSphere
IBM Db2 Postgres
AQ: Oracle Adv Queing Data Guard Oracle Fusion
Oracle Application Server
Oracle Ingres
MS SharePoint MSMQ: Microsoft Message Queue
Oracle WebLogic Server
Microsoft SQL Server MySQL TIBCO Enterprise Message Service Apache Web Server and Tomcat
SAP - Sybase Adaptive Server Apache Derby Alternative Open Source Middleware Alternative Open Source Web Servers
Apache ActiveMQ JBoss Messaging OpenMQ: Open Message Queue
JBoss GlassFish

Scalable Databases Scripting Environments Web Servers
Linux Apache Web Server MySQL PHP
MS Windows Family OS Apache Web Server MySQL PHP
MS Windows Family OS MS IIS MySQL PHP
MS PowerShell and .NET WSH: Windows Scripting Host ADSI: Active Directory Scripting Interface

  Application Development Languages and Platforms  
JAX, ASP, CGI, JSP, Perl, and XML Open Source Java Language Commercial Java Platform:
IBM WebSphere and Rational
Commercial Java Platform:
Oracle JDeveloper and Fusion, and WebLogic

Footnote 1:
ANSI SQL is the American National Standards Institute standardized Structured Query Language; it serves as the foundation for both commercial and open source SQL languages.

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