Real time extensions to Linux kernels are being adopted by customers to provide more deterministic responsiveness to real world events, such as high frequency trading at Financial Services companies or radar processing in military systems. HP works with both Red Hat and SUSE on Real-Time Linux certifications but more resources are required if we are to certify more servers sooner and proactively rather than in response to specific deals.
In order to properly size the market please take a moment to complete this quick 7 question survey which will help us determine the need and funding required for delivering certification support for Real-Time Linux.
Thank you for your participation.
Marc Semadeni, HP ProLiant Linux Marketing
Do you have a customer running Real-Time Linux?
Please enter the name of your customer running Real Time Linux below.
What brand of Real-Time Linux is your customer running?
What ProLiant server models/generation require Real-Time Linux certification for your customer?
How many ProLiant servers are or will be running Real-Time Linux in your customer’s environment?
How much ProLiant server revenue will HP lose over the next year if ProLiant servers are not officially certified on Red Hat MRG or SUSE Linux Enterprise Real-Time Linux?
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