Migrating to Linux: how and why

November 2008
Electronics Weekly;11/5/2008, Issue 2359, p47
Trade Publication
The article presents information about the importance of migrating to the Linux operating system of Red Hat Inc. It says that Linux is firmly established in the market but migrating from an existing source code to the operating system is a great effort. An overview is given of the different steps necessary for migration and also presents the difference between buying an established Linux implementation and developing and maintaining one internally.


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