Operating Systems (OS) for Business Features

Read what people say are the most valuable features of the solutions they use.
Diego E. Aguirre says in an Oracle Solaris review
Oracle ACE - Specialized in Systems Technologies at a comms service provider with 10,001+ employees
The most valuable features for me are: Virtualization (Containers, Zones, Security, PDOM's, LDOM's) Performance, ZFS, Debugging with Dtrace View full review »
Marcel Hofstetter says in an Oracle Solaris review
Oracle ACE "Solaris " / CEO / Enterprise Consultant at JomaSoft
Solaris includes two virtualization solutions: LDoms for SPARC and Solaris Zones. Both solutions can be combined to create private clouds. Solaris Zones is ideal to separate applications and to migrate from older to current hardware. LDoms is very efficient because it uses the hardware hypervisor of the SPARC servers. Both technologies increase Security, because they separate the applications from each other. Using the Security Compliance Framework we are sure the systems are setup properly View full review »
Jorge Barroso says in an Ubuntu Linux review
Consultor with 501-1,000 employees
Use of the tools for systems and software to test functionalities. The integration with other applications, like Chrome or Firefox, works excellent for users navigating and test browsing. View full review »
Aditya Lad says in a Red Hat Linux (RHEL) review
Software Engineer at a security firm with 10,001+ employees
The GUI for network adapters and built-in tools provided by RHEL, such as the Mozilla browser, have been valuable. Since they come built-in, it saves the time of having to install them, and you have everything necessary with the installation itself. There are several tools which Red Hat provides as add-ons such as ReaR (Relax and Recover) which can be used for disaster recovery. View full review »
Stephen Murcott says in an Ubuntu Linux review
System Administrator at a software R&D company with 11-50 employees
The most valuable features of this solution are standardization, visualization, and package management. I also like their videos. Ubuntu is following mainline Linux, and what Ubuntu really does well is packaging it well so that you've got a really turnkey desktop or service solution. Their stuff is pretty good as far as it goes. I've enjoyed using the product because of those things. View full review »
OnyaToochukwu says in a Windows 10 review
CEO/Programmer at Tech Elight
The most valuable feature is the easy assess to most of the settings and features of the PC. Another is that it is more secure because Windows Defender is very efficient and active to detect viruses or trojans that may make the user vulnerable to cybersecurity attacks and other threats. View full review »
Daren Ferreira says in an Oracle Solaris review
Infrastructure as a Service Manager
The most valuable features are the Zones, ZFS, UAR, ABEs, pkg and the entire network stack. I love the way you can create virtual NICs in the local zones and maintain all of your zpools in that local zone as well. The ability to use ABEs as a back-out for changes is invaluable. The Unified archives for system-builds and OS backups, to be used in the event of a major issue, has also served us well. This capability has saved us countless hours of potential downtime during our change windows, as we were able to recover a host within five minutes. View full review »
Bejoy R says in an Ubuntu Linux review
Unix Admin at a energy/utilities company with 10,001+ employees
The most valuable feature is the user interface. The user experience is really good. View full review »
Mahdi Bahmani says in an Ubuntu Linux review
Solution Architect, IT Consultant at Merdasco - Rayan Merdas Data Prosseccing
Ubuntu has a good interface, it is easier to use than other distribution such as CentOS or Red Hat. It's suitable for beginners who want to start learning Linux. It has a simple interface and it's easy to use. Ubuntu is suitable for someone looking for a desktop Linux. View full review »
Yuri Zhiluk says in an Ubuntu Linux review
IT Manager at TMSoft ltd
I find the stability of the solution the most valuable aspect. It's also easier software than Microsoft Windows. View full review »
HamidShariati says in an Ubuntu Linux review
I find the Linux community very valuable and the fact it is open source. So it's free and I use it without any problems. View full review »
SpecialIT677 says in an Ubuntu Linux review
IT Specialist at a tech services company
It's a very stable and very popular solution. View full review »
Sergio Ferreira says in an Ubuntu Linux review
Executive Director at Dynamic Tomorrow
There are many features I like about this solution, but one that stands out is that it allows me to easily install new packages and to have recent packages available. View full review »
Luis (Abe) Ibrahim Delgado Pláter says in a Windows Server review
The most valuable feature of this solution is Hyper-V Live Migration for Critical applications. View full review »
reviewer1099098 says in a Windows Server review
User with 1,001-5,000 employees
We like all of the features connected with sharing resources, typical of a Hyper-V cluster manager. Several of these further stand out, including: * The ability to Hot Add resources to the VM. * The ability to work on the physical server without disconnecting services. * Provides workspaces for the entire organization with fewer resources. View full review »
reviewer1089627 says in an openSUSE Leap review
Director Technology & Engineering with 1,001-5,000 employees
The features that I have found most valuable are: * Stable - it just runs without the necessity to reboot. * Reasonable support for an open source product without a paid license. * The Zypper update tool View full review »
Frederic Busquier says in an Oracle Linux review
Product Development Manager with 1-10 employees
Ease of development of professional-looking web pages, full of functionality and with secure access. View full review »
José Manuel Monteiro says in an Oracle Linux review
DBA Oracle with 51-200 employees
Simplicity and agility to deploy Oracle Database configurations with a single RPM and custom tweaks on Oracle Linux kernel. View full review »
Giacomo Ferrara says in an Oracle Solaris review
Interim CTO at a tech services company with self employed
The most valuable features of Oracle's technology are the use of Kernel Zones and a ZFS file system, which is the best choice for a shared file system. View full review »
Somchai Quint says in an Ubuntu Linux review
Owner at a tech services company with 11-50 employees
Linux is more stable than Windows. View full review »
D6B8 says in a CentOS review
District Technology at a K-12 educational company or school with 1,001-5,000 employees
It has minimal updates compared to other distributions. We like the idea of long-term support. CentOS gives us a peace of mind when it comes to updates. It's also a bonus that most of our vendor supported hardware/software is built with CentOS under the hood, allowing us to stay in the Fedora ecosystem. View full review »
reviewer899421 says in an Oracle Linux review
Software Development Manager
It does intrusion protection. View full review »
Ian Price says in an Oracle Linux review
Oracle Propositions Manager at a tech vendor with 10,001+ employees
Optimising the use of Oracle licenses on behalf of our customers to get most efficient cost of ownership. View full review »
Michał Sierakowski says in a Red Hat Linux (RHEL) review
Growth Incubation Leader, Poland and Baltics at a tech company with 10,001+ employees
* Multipath * Yum * LVM * Selinux View full review »
Chris Bains says in an Oracle Linux review
Consultant at a wholesaler/distributor with 10,001+ employees
Easy Oracle integration: Oracle preinstall packages available on YUM. View full review »
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