When would you want to though when it's faster under Windows Server? The whole point of such vast platforms is high performance.
Veteran Linux slinger SUSE kicked off its Nashville shindig, SUSECON 2019, with a slew of new tech to gladden the hearts of enterprise fans. The first has seen the company dropping a cut of SUSE Linux Enterprise Server (SLES) tailored for SAP HANA Large Instances on Microsoft Azure. Microsoft is, of course, no stranger to SAP …
Tuesday 2nd April 2019 12:31 GMT Anonymous Coward
SUSE nor any other OS and apps organization can afford to ignore or let their desktop offering slide. MS made themselves huge by getting their desktop into every ones hands, including apps like Office and Outlook or Outlook Express in the 80s and 90s. The large commercial Linux distros pretty much offer similar products so I'd guess whoever delivers the most widely used desktop/workstation environment will eventually win. Sadly, that does not mean best although we can hope for that.