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Linux is now the leading operating system on servers (over 96.4% of the 1 million web server operating systems are Linux), ahead of other major hardware systems.
Against the background of ECS, it does not look so convincing. It all started in the mid-1990s, when Peter Giesier and Stephen Gill began to oppose ILM within the OSD (Source Code Management Organization). IL, the license provider, decided to trademark OSD (though that role had existed since 1972), but Geezer and Gill managed to convince IL to sign license agreements with server owners. IL’s proponents argued that IL was in the business of selling Linux distribution licenses and therefore, since it was selling them, the company selling Linux should be entitled to sell the same as IL. IL won the distributorship with OSD, and when Linux was born in 1996, IL’s position suddenly became dominant: now it still decides what to buy, but it still decides based on Linux. In 2000, IL completely abandoned distribution distribution, believing that Linux distributions are nothing more than a kind of “office suite”.
There are currently 406 million licenses granted in the US and UK (64.5% of the total US enterprise software market). By 2016, the number of licenses is expected to increase to 490 million (17.7% of the market). According to forecasts, by 2020 the enterprise software market will be 3.6 billion USD, and by 2030 – 5.3 billion USD.
A lot of developers from this industry simply hide information about their productivity. And this is a serious problem: total sales in 2010 amounted to about 1.7 billion USD. This money was earned between 1993 and 2010.
Both Steve Kroc and Eric Schmidt argue that the productivity saver (PostgreSQL) is indeed a huge achievement, but the truth is that companies treat productivity differently when they decide whether to start new projects or cut back. I remember Eric (one of the founders of SAP) speaking at a conference in 2000 and saying, “A lot of people think that SAP



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