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Linux in the mainstream
Join this webinar with Al Gillen from IDC as he reviews the role of Linux® in the mainstream and projects the evolution of Linux.More
Linux has transitioned from upstart challenger to mainstream competitor, and in the process has revolutionized the information technology industry. As part of that transformation, Linux is 1 of 2 major operating systems that will be the foundation of future compute deployments, both in-house and in public shared environments.
Equally important, the workload mix for Linux has gone mainstream, and, today, Linux supports the most business-critical workloads, as well as its traditional infrastructure-oriented deployments.
Join IDC’s Al Gillen to learn how Linux has transformed the mainstream and to see where it’s headed next.Less
Date: May 2, 2013
- 16:00 UTC | 12:00 pm (New York) / 6:00 pm (Paris) / 9:30 pm (Mumbai)