eWeek has done an interview with Burt Kaliski, CEO of Verisign. The talk about FreeBSD and the upcoming vBSDCon.
“Relying on more than one OS helps ensure the online availability and reliability of the Internet’s global DNS infrastructure, according to Verisign.
The open-source FreeBSD operating system is often in the shadow of its open-source cousin, Linux. FreeBSD is, however, a mature and stable operating system that is now quite literally at the very core foundation of what makes the Internet work. Global DNS and dot-com Top Level Domain operator VeriSign is among FreeBSD’s users and is now aiming to help advance the open-source project through new sponsorship.”
“We use both FreeBSD as well as Linux, and we do that so we have diversity across the global infrastructure that we operate,”
Burt Kaliski, CTO of VeriSign told eWEEK.