Oracle Solaris Other Advice

Diego E. Aguirre
Oracle ACE - Specialized in Systems Technologies at a comms service provider with 10,001+ employees
I always recommend Solaris because of its robustness, high availability, scalability, virtualization, excellent support, security and very good hardware. View full review »
Marcel Hofstetter
Oracle ACE "Solaris " / CEO / Enterprise Consultant at JomaSoft
Use deployment tools for automation and avoid doing everything manually. Deployment tools help to avoid errors and create a standardized environment. View full review »
it_user522021
IT Specialist at Bureau of labor statistics
Regarding selecting a vendor, we are public sector, so we need to have a vendor that has been an industry leader for a long period of time. That's so we can have, in the next decade or two, have reliability. I think I'd follow the majority of the customers and learn what the vendor has been doing, but not only in the past, what they intend to do in the future as well. I base my rating of nine out of 10 on the technical solution, and the customer relationship, and the technical support. View full review »
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it_user321234
Director at a construction company with 1,001-5,000 employees
To me, the perfect vendor provides reliability, that's the big one. And security. That is the other big one. View full review »
Giacomo Ferrara
Interim CTO at a tech services company with self employed
Best choice for professional workers: I personally suggest Oracle Solaris. I'm happy to test the Oracle Solaris 11.4 Beta. View full review »
reviewer588831
Senior System Administrator at a logistics company with 1,001-5,000 employees
Nowadays, I don't think Solaris has a lot of advantages over less expensive options. I do love ZFS and have found it to be very stable. I don't have much experience with it in other distributions but some early attempts with fuse were not stable. That was a while ago, so I bet you can get a stable release of something with ZFS. View full review »
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