Originally Posted by trey85stang
ditch the omniview and windows xp and you have the best of all worlds
whatever floats your boat.. Just make sure ayour software runs on both
90% of the revenues come from Windows based platforms (all major auto manufacturers use it as well as 8 out of 10 of the "Fortune 10")
10% comes from Mac.
0% comes from *nix.
But, we run on all platforms. I've been with Linux seriously for about 2 years. About 50% of my time is spent in Linux, 25% in XP Pro and 25% in Windows 2003 Server.
Our file server runs Linux, our network monitoring runs on Linux (Nagios, RRDTool, Syslog NG, Cacti, Nmap, Ntop, Jetspeed), our IDS (Snort/Sguil) runs OpenBSD.
Our ticket tracking, bug system and project management all run on Linux servers.
Almost finished putting the final touches on the firewall.
Three LAMP based web servers, three .NET based web servers, one mySQL cluster and one SQL-Server cluster.
One hell of a system to manage, but all fun.