Verisign Moves to Linux

By Deane Barker on September 9, 2003

VeriSign Migrating 2,000 Unix Servers to Red Hat Linux: In the midst of the SCO battle, IBM releases new ads, and now Verisign goes and does this:

“In the latest big win for Linux and open source, infrastructure service provider VeriSign has decided to migrate 2,000 of its high-performance Unix servers to Red Hat Enterprise Linux on Intel in a move the company says will help reduce its operating expenses.”

These two items are nice slaps in SCO’s face. They’ve inspired me to migrate one of my machines to Linux. The press release is forthcoming.