RE: Oracle Unbreakable Linux

Mmm...pancakes.  It certainly starts like a sales pitch but it makes an
interesting read.  The only production Linux experience I have is with
SuSE and our SA does the interaction with support (although I haven't
heard of him even talking to them).  From what I can tell there isn't a
lot of experience with Oracle's Linux support to date.  I remember when
they acquired Rdb from DEC, the support people were former DEC people so
the support was good.  I wonder where they got the Linux support
personnel from.

On Fri, 2008-03-14 at 10:01 -0700, Allen, Brandon wrote:
> I haven't read the whole thing, but this looks like a good (but maybe
> biased - I'm not sure who The Edison Group is?) evaluation of
> Unbreakable Linux, including a case-study of IHOP's adoption of OEL
> and like I always say, if it's good enough for pancakes, it's good
> enough for me!
>  
> http://www.oracle.com/technologies/linux/ubl-edison.pdf
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