The Linux Foundation, in collaboration with Yeoman Technology Group, conducted an invitation-only survey of 1893 enterprises using Linux showing that Linux servers are well-loved at Fortune 500 companies. The data pool was compromised of the Linux Foundation End User Council, private companies and government institutions selected by the Linux Foundation and Yeoman Technology Group.
Everyone wants to know the secret sauce of successful companies. However, some companies don’t like the idea of sharing what’s behind the scenes. While others think there’s no such thing as “the secret sauce.” So what’s the point of having this kind of survey?