Oracle users swing to Linux

May 12, 2003


Many administrators at Oracle's latest database user conference are considering moving corporate applications with database servers to run on the Linux operating system.

In a survey of about 100 IOUG (International Oracle Users Group) members, about half indicated they were interested in running mission-critical Oracle databases on Linux.

Rich Niemiec, president of the Chicago-based IOUG and chief executive of TUSC, an Oracle support and services company, said the figure was up 15 per cent from a year ago.

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