Wrong reasons for Linux migration

  • When customers want to migrate to Linux just because they like it.
  • When application software is extensively customized for Unix.
  • When money is allocated to purchase new Unix applications.
  • When there is no open source software to replace present applications.
  • When you're unable to provide skilled Linux support.

Learn more about when not to move from Unix to Linux at SearchOpenSource.com.

Unix-to-Linux migration considerations

 Home: Introduction
 Part 1: Unix-to-Linux migration benefits
 Part 2: Why move from Unix to Linux
 Part 3: When to move from Unix to Linux
 Part 4: When not to move from Unix to Linux

This was first published in January 2007

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