Linux is one of the most popular operating systems for web servers, supercomputers and cloud computing platforms. According to the
TueList, there are more than 600 different Linux distributions in circulation, with 96.3% of millions of web servers running Linux.
It is difficult to count the number of different Linux operating systems because the Linux operating system is very flexible and adaptable to many different environments.
Let’s review some popular Linux server distributions including:
- Ubuntu Server: Ubuntu is a popular Linux server distribution known for its stability and ease of use.
- CentOS: CentOS is a community support based on Red Hat Enterprise Linux mostly used for web hosting, database management and other server-based applications.
- Debian: Debian is a stable and reliable environment mainly used for database servers, web servers and other server-based applications.
- Fedora Server: Fedora is a widely used community support system for web hosting, database management, and other server applications.
- Red Hat Enterprise Linux (RHEL): RHEL is a commercially supported distribution commonly used in enterprise environments for database management, web hosting, and other server-based applications.
- SUSE Linux Enterprise Server: SUSE Linux Enterprise Server is a widely used business support distribution for server-based applications, web hosting, and database management in enterprise environments.
There are many other Linux server distributions, each designed for a specific purpose or environment. With so many Linux systems running, it only makes sense to combine Linux code to manage large code.
Linux integration is defined as the process of integrating multiple user accounts, groups, and authentication systems into a unified system.
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Now let’s talk about four great benefits you can get from Linux Identity Consolidation.
- Enhanced Security – Strengthen centralized policies for user access and authentication, helping to reduce the risk of unauthorized access to systems.
- Simplified Administration – Easily manage user accounts and permissions and manage policies and standards across your organization.
- Enhanced Interoperability – Enhances the ability of different systems and applications to communicate and share information as they can all use the same authentication and user accounts.
- Increase productivity – By simplifying personal management, you can reduce the time and resources required to manage and update customer accounts.
How many Linux servers do you have?
The latest version of Delinea’s server package includes Linux integration and more. The Server Pack provides centralized discovery, administration and user management to quickly integrate into Active Directory for Linux, Unix and Windows systems using Delinea’s proprietary domain technology.
The result is a higher level of authentication and less personal silos, less conflicts with the impersonal and local account. Latest server pack releases include usability improvements, new authentication