Have you looked at Rocky Linux? Among the Enterprise Linux variants, it seems to be capturing the largest share of the market. (check out the growth chart at https://ciq.co/products/rocky-...) It's completely free, but if you want commercial support, you can get it through Rocky's primary sponsor CIQ.
Our security department has newly mandated installation of Microsoft endpoint detection. It is pretty straightforward on our OEL VMs. But what about the Dom0 OVM? I'm not able to find any documentation on this.
Any info or insight is greatly appreciated.
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@Netanya Carmi,This is an insightful article.
But in my opinion, Rocky Linux (as a potential successor) of CentOS, will be the next big thing in the open-source world, as already many solutions are supporting it though only the BETA version for now.
Still, your article is quite a heads up. Thanks!
I too would like to see this list expand to all of the relevant Linux distributions. I'm really surprised to see Oracle Linux on here and not see Rocky or Alma. As is shown in this chart generated from data provided by the Fedora project: https://rocky-stats.tiuxo.com/static/el_by_distro_line.png
Rocky and Alma are far more relevant and widely used than Oracle.