Fame Information Services has become the latest vendor to announce that it has ported its systems to run on the ‘open source’ Linux operating system. Industry analyst Meta Group predicted, in a December 2002 study, that by 2006 or 2007, Linux will run on 45% of new servers. Back in May, Asset Control announced that its AC Server 5.1 had been ported to the Red Hat Enterprise Linux operating system with the Oracle 9i relational database management system, in addition to the Sun Solaris architecture traditionally offered by the company. Fame’s core database product and client tools also support Sun Solaris, as well as other Unix variants including HP-UX and AIX, and Microsoft Windows.
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Fame Information Services Joins Migration to Linux
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