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#42 - I do development on Linux these days, ex Windows user here... …  [+] (1 new reply) 11/09/2014 on What are your computer specs? +3
User avatar #50 - billybong (11/09/2014) [-]
I'll 2nd that. IIS makes me cry

But while the web runs on linux, it's pretty rare to find a company that isn't running some version of both MS active directory and MS Exchange servers as well as MS Windows on their desktops which is why people see MS as having a server domination, especially since once you've got those MS services, it makes sense to use more to keep it all uniform and compatible.

But yeah, the Web runs on 'nix and probably always will in one form or another
#38 - source? Last I checked Apache was still the leading web se…  [+] (4 new replies) 11/09/2014 on What are your computer specs? +2
User avatar #40 - bluestrawberry (11/09/2014) [-]
I'm talking about most used from the person who buys it and the people working with it, you are talking from the users who visit the server.
Bought my own server a while ago. running Linux. Linus Master Race!
User avatar #43 - justsomenamelulz (11/09/2014) [-]
The only space that Windows really has any sort of presence in is their gorilla share of the Desktop market and a much smaller portion of SMB server space.

5 years out in the field, ranging from Telecommunications engineering to Linux administration/systems architect... Across all the places I've worked at, it's nearly 90-95% Linux.

As per the web server space: Last I recall, apache (as danmanjonesnz already pointed out) and nginx are still running the show for the most part.
User avatar #42 - danmanjonesnz (11/09/2014) [-]
I do development on Linux these days, ex Windows user here... would never go back.

I was talking in terms of the number of web servers, not of the users. I don't know how you'd measure it based on users. MS is only a few percent market share behind after about 20 years of Apache domination. Nginx is also helping end the Apache reign. The is only web servers though, I imagine a lot of companies use MS for their in-house stuff so you could be right in saying that most total servers in the world goes to MS. Still doesn't make them best though. I tried IIS once. Was gone from my PC within the same evening. Was horrible.
User avatar #50 - billybong (11/09/2014) [-]
I'll 2nd that. IIS makes me cry

But while the web runs on linux, it's pretty rare to find a company that isn't running some version of both MS active directory and MS Exchange servers as well as MS Windows on their desktops which is why people see MS as having a server domination, especially since once you've got those MS services, it makes sense to use more to keep it all uniform and compatible.

But yeah, the Web runs on 'nix and probably always will in one form or another
#32 - windows is good for servers??? uh, nope.  [+] (6 new replies) 11/09/2014 on What are your computer specs? +2
User avatar #35 - bluestrawberry (11/09/2014) [-]
Windows has the most used server softwares in the world (Windows server 2008 and 2012)
User avatar #38 - danmanjonesnz (11/09/2014) [-]
source?
Last I checked Apache was still the leading web server software. Most used doesn't mean it's good either. A server is only ever as good as the sysadmin who sets it up & I happen to be a noob Linux sysadmin. Microsoft makes bloatware. From what I know, I can't see how you could say Microsoft servers are the best.
User avatar #40 - bluestrawberry (11/09/2014) [-]
I'm talking about most used from the person who buys it and the people working with it, you are talking from the users who visit the server.
Bought my own server a while ago. running Linux. Linus Master Race!
User avatar #43 - justsomenamelulz (11/09/2014) [-]
The only space that Windows really has any sort of presence in is their gorilla share of the Desktop market and a much smaller portion of SMB server space.

5 years out in the field, ranging from Telecommunications engineering to Linux administration/systems architect... Across all the places I've worked at, it's nearly 90-95% Linux.

As per the web server space: Last I recall, apache (as danmanjonesnz already pointed out) and nginx are still running the show for the most part.
User avatar #42 - danmanjonesnz (11/09/2014) [-]
I do development on Linux these days, ex Windows user here... would never go back.

I was talking in terms of the number of web servers, not of the users. I don't know how you'd measure it based on users. MS is only a few percent market share behind after about 20 years of Apache domination. Nginx is also helping end the Apache reign. The is only web servers though, I imagine a lot of companies use MS for their in-house stuff so you could be right in saying that most total servers in the world goes to MS. Still doesn't make them best though. I tried IIS once. Was gone from my PC within the same evening. Was horrible.
User avatar #50 - billybong (11/09/2014) [-]
I'll 2nd that. IIS makes me cry

But while the web runs on linux, it's pretty rare to find a company that isn't running some version of both MS active directory and MS Exchange servers as well as MS Windows on their desktops which is why people see MS as having a server domination, especially since once you've got those MS services, it makes sense to use more to keep it all uniform and compatible.

But yeah, the Web runs on 'nix and probably always will in one form or another
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It's a dude
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