A funny thing happened to Red Hat--the poweful purveyor of support and services surrounding Linux--over the past couple of years as large open source-focused companies such as Novell and Sun Microsystems became acquisition targets for big software companies: It became the only viable, U.S. publicly traded company focused on open source. While many people understand Red Hat's business in parts, a really big part of the company's strong performance over the past several years comes from poor economic times, and the cost savings that Red Hat can offer businesses. Now, the company is out with a useful case study illustrating how the savings work.
June 14, 2011
Red Hat and Santos Offer Up Case Study on Linux Cost Savings
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