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Leading companies are seizing the opportunity to build and support the next generation of applications to drive competitive differentiation. Many of these self-same organizations utilize Linux to deliver revenue-driving applications that serve millions of customers, clients, and citizens.

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In this e-book, discover how to optimize server reliability, uptime, and IT manageability (and meet your SLAs) using an enterprise-grade Linux platform. Read on to ensure your business receives the processing power it needs to address increasingly sophisticated and demanding application requirements.

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