Microsoft's Ramji faces tough questions at Linux Summit

At Linux Collaboration Summit, Microsoft platform strategy director Sam Ramji faced some tough questions during a panel about operating systems. He said that Microsoft's commitment to delivering compatibility with open source software is largely driven by user demand. Indeed, a growing number of companies are deploying Apache, PHP, and other open source software components on […]

At Linux Collaboration Summit, Microsoft platform strategy director Sam Ramji faced some tough questions during a panel about operating systems. He said that Microsoft's commitment to delivering compatibility with open source software is largely driven by user demand. Indeed, a growing number of companies are deploying Apache, PHP, and other open source software components on Windows-based servers. Microsoft seems to have noticed this trend and has been working to build closer ties with the Apache community.

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