Platforms Used in Guest Virtual Machines

What x86/x64 platforms are in your guest virtual machines (estimate)?

Linux RedHat
48%
Linux SuSE
17%
Solaris x86
15%
Windows
96%
DB2
6%
Exchange
31%
Oracle
22%
SharePoint
33%
SQL Server
56%

Note: this is a multiple-choice question – response percentages may not add up to 100.

Source:
Survey of 54 users of Symantec NetBackup

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Validated on Jul 01, 2011 | Respondent Details

Selected individual responses used in this chart:

Title Company Size Industry Response
IT Systems Analyst Medium Enterprise Telecommunications Services
  • Linux RedHat
  • Solaris x86
  • Windows
  • Oracle
IT Specialist Large Enterprise Real Estate
  • Windows
IT Project Manager Fortune 500 Transportation Services
  • Linux RedHat
  • Windows
  • Exchange
  • Oracle
  • SharePoint
  • SQL Server
System Administrator State & Local Government
  • Windows
  • SQL Server
System Administrator Global 500 Computer Services
  • Linux RedHat
  • Windows
Senior IT Architect Fortune 500 Computer Software
  • Linux RedHat
  • Windows
  • Exchange
  • Oracle
  • SharePoint
  • SQL Server
Storage Administrator Global 500 Computer Services
  • Windows
IT Specialist Small Business Computer Services
  • Linux RedHat
  • Solaris x86
  • Windows
IT Architect Medium Enterprise Computer Services
  • Linux RedHat
  • Linux SuSE
  • Windows
System Administrator Global 500 Computer Services
  • Windows

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