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Open Door Policy: Microsoft’s K.Y. Srinivasan on Working with the Linux Community to Deliver Interoperability

K.Y. Srinivasan, one of Microsoft’s Principal Software Developers who focuses on open source and interoperability talks about the interoperability enhancements he and his team have been undertaking with the Linux community, and about the larger vision guiding this work.

Can you start with how Microsoft and the Linux community are working together on kernel contributions?

It’s all part of our larger vision, which is to ensure that anything our customers want to run, they can run on Windows Server Hyper-V and in Windows Azure. This is what customers tell us they want.

Read more at Microsoft TechNet Blogs.

 

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  • sceptics Said:

    Carefull, maybe customers want but MS does not want interoperatibility. And MS has allways been in position to tell their "customers" what those want. And delivering bad customer experience with other than MS own product is one tool for MS.


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