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10 Linux Server Distros That Could Save You a Bundle

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Linux powers the majority of the world's websites, data centers, and development efforts. Consider this list of 10 business-oriented Linux distributions an all-in-one-place collection of information on those possibilities.

1. Red Hat Enterprise Linux

Red Hat Linux is at the top of any Linux distribution list that's related to business use. It is the most successful Linux company to date. Red Hat had business in mind from day one with its focus on enterprise performance, usability and security. Red Hat took an early lead in corporate deployments and has never left that position.

2. SUSE Linux Enterprise Server

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