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Old 06-14-2006, 01:33 PM   #1
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LXer: Unisys Tools Migrate WebLogic/Unix Stack to JBoss/Linux

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Server maker Unisys, which was perhaps the earliest and staunchest supporter of Windows in the data center, has been advocating Linux on its ES7000 platforms for nearly two years now and is aggressively embracing open source software outside of the operating system. It is, in many ways, a lot easier to target Unix platforms, as Unisys has been doing, with a Linux stack than a Windows stack, which is why Unisys should have been supporting Linux for many more years than it has.



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