When migrating from Unix to Linux, the most important case you will need to make is not a technical case but a business case. It’s all about the bottom line. How will the business benefit by moving over? What is the total cost of ownership and return on investment for the migration? Read on to learn more about avoiding Unix-to-Linux migration issues! Access >>>
Table of contents
- Making the business case for migrating from Unix to Linux
- Porting applications over to Linux
- Overcoming common Unix-to-Linux migration pitfalls
- Training staff to manage Linux environments
About the AuthorKenneth Milberg - President and Managing consultant
Ken Milberg is the President and Managing consultant of PowerTCO. Read More
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