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Linux Everywhere? Matching the Workload to the Computer

by VP, IBM Open Source and Standards at IBM on Sep 03, 2009

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It's a testament to the wild success of Linux that it is showing up on devices from wristwatches, to mobile phones, to netbooks, to desktops, to RISC-based computers, and to mainframes, not to mention ...

It's a testament to the wild success of Linux that it is showing up on devices from wristwatches, to mobile phones, to netbooks, to desktops, to RISC-based computers, and to mainframes, not to mention being the foundation of much of cloud computing today. That said, are users really matching the work they need to do on Linux to the appropriate software, processors and machines? Backed by customer examples, this talk will discuss the high level criteria that you can use to help ensure that your Linux implementation optimally runs your business and helps delight your customers.

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