Starting in 2002, at first in a slow trickle, and then in waves and sometimes floods, Linux became the pervasive operating system for enterprise computing, with Red Hat Enterprise Linux as the most common way it is deployed and managed.
This whitepaper discusses how application developers can use SELinux to strengthen datacenter security.
Cloud computing is redundant and resilient; no single server failure can bring down your business. It can support applications-from email to sales automation-your employees rely on to get business done.
Standardization is critical to maintaining control over IT infrastructure.
The business case for standardizing on Red Hat infrastructure solutions
This whitepaper is intended for IT leaders and industry analysts. It explains:
To best manage the life cycle of your Red Hat® Enterprise Linux® systems, you need to keep up with technology advances and take advantage of new releases as they become available.
Understanding Linux Deployment Strategies: The Business Case for Standardizing on Red Hat Enterprise Linux
This study by industry analyst firm IDC quantifies the operational cost savings and productivity benefits that organizations realize when they standardize their Linux® environments on Red Hat® Enterprise Linux.
SAP SD Benchmark running in a virtual machine — leadership performance using Red Hat Enterprise Linux 6
The SAP Sales and Distribution (SD) Standard Application Benchmark has become a de facto standard for evaluating the performance of many enterprise resource planning (ERP) solutions.