Red Hat Advanced Server and Dell
Michael E Brown
michael_e_brown at dell.com
Thu Mar 28 10:43:00 CST 2002
On Thu, 28 Mar 2002, Seth Mos wrote:
> At 09:34 28-3-2002 +0000, Basil Hussain wrote:
> >Anyway, I seem to remember kernel 2.5 will feature some (or all?) of the
> >above enhancements anyway. I'd wait for that...
> If you can wait a year :-)
Or two. :-)
Seriously, if you look at things from an Enterprise or large business
perspective, $800 is really a pittance. Compare that to the fact that
there are no per-seat fees, and you might as well spend the extra money on
Advanced Server. If you look at the marketplace, Microsoft is charging
this much, up-front, for their produce, except then they tack on per-user
or per-seat fees after that. With the AS product, you get more technical
support, RHN, and clustering features, built into the product. Looks fair
to me. What does everybody else think?
Michael E. Brown, RHCE, MCSE+I, CNA
Dell Linux Solutions
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