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SuSE Linux vs. Red Hat Linux

Open source software and applications expert Bernard Golden describes the differences between Red Hat Linux and SuSE Linux.

With regards to enterprise readiness and scalability, what are the differences between Novell's and Red Hat's offerings? Which has an advantage, infrastructure-wise?

There really aren't significant functionality differences between Novell's SuSE and Red Hat in terms of readiness...

or scalability. Both are very full-featured, very scalable products. Novell has put a large emphasis on system management and security for mixed environments, particularly for organizations seeking to integrate legacy NetWare infrastructure along with new Linux installs.

This was last published in December 2005

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