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BEST SERVER TO CLIENT SERVERS

By hopebrandon ·
WHAT WOULD BE THE BEST SERVER TO CLIENT SEVER ON THE MARKET.

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by hozcanhan In reply to BEST SERVER TO CLIENT SER ...

plain and simple : Linux ..suse linux ..fedora linux .... mandriva linux .....debian linux....and many others. stable , secure and OPEN TO ALL ...cheap too.

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by sgt_shultz In reply to BEST SERVER TO CLIENT SER ...

oh sure, tell a poster with a question like that you put up free linux. that is so you can hack 'em down?
my answer is: it depends. on what the purpose of the system is.
define 'best' and define how you using 'client/server'...
you could call sales at microsoft, oracle, IBM for starters and ask them your question? They are trained to help you define your problem...

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by nazil dsouza In reply to BEST SERVER TO CLIENT SER ...

if you can play bit with linux or fedora then this is the best option its free and secured tooooo

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by adembo In reply to BEST SERVER TO CLIENT SER ...

It all depends on if it is an application server or a file server. If you are running an applicatoin server, then it would have to be a Microsoft, (Assuming your clients are windows OS). Everybody talks about Linux being free, but it is expensive to support, if you are not already a Linux guru. You have to learn a completely different operating system. No matter what you know about Microsoft, it will not help you with Linux.

Linux has definately grew in popularity, but its only a matter of time before exploits are written for Linux.

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by adembo In reply to

In reading the question again, were you actually asking for what Operating system, or were you asking about what hardware vendor to choose. If you just want to know who has the best server box, then I would say HP. You will receive the BEST support in the industry from them.

You then can decide on what OS.

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