In previous posts, I discussed the webinar we recorded with Dan Olds, founder & principal of the Gabriel Consulting Group showcasing several short podcasts recorded to highlight key areas of the UNIX vendor preferences survey.
The first podcast (Commercial UNIX, built for today and engineered for tomorrow) shed light on the types of customers using UNIX and how they choose their UNIX vendors.
In the second podcast (Considering a UNIX system? Know the top purchase considerations) Dan Olds and HP took a deeper dive into the commercial UNIX buying criteria and the importance of availability and stability to customers when considering a UNIX system.
In this podcast, Dan shares insights into how Linux operating systems match up against HP-UX and how customers use both OEs in their IT environments.
The following was reviewed:
- How does HP-UX compare in terms of scalability and performance
- How does HP-UX compare in terms of availability and reliability
- How does HP-UX compare in terms of vendor support
- How does HP-UX compare in terms of technical sophistication
- What customers plan to use their Linux infrastructure for
Dan also shares information on fitting HP-UX and Linux together in hybrid environments.
Click here to listen to the third podcast in the series.