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The Commercialization of Linux
May 4, 2012
The Red Hat Enterprise Linux Team
With less than two weeks remaining until May 15, we at Red Hat feel the excitement building for the official 10th anniversary of Red Hat Enterprise Linux.
Click on the short video below and hear from Red Hat engineering and business leaders about the challenges and success to Red Hat’s strategic decision to shift its business focus to the enterprise market with the introduction of Red Hat Enterprise Linux in 2002. And, be sure to save the date for the Red Hat virtual event on May 15 at Noon ET where we will celebrate the past decade of Red Hat Enterprise Linux and talk about our plans for the future of Linux in the enterprise.