You can inform yourself about the supported operating systems in the compatibility matrix. Once it is supported, it will work.
Otherwise the OS must fit your organization, so you should have experience. The pros and cons of an OS quickly drift into a fanboy discussion
300/5000I have the documentation of the system requirements, what I want is an idea to deliver to my client,
What I require is the pros and cons of an installation in Linux and another in Windows
Based on your experience, what pros and cons have you found in a Linux installation and another in windows?
That's what I've been trying to answer, there isn't one.
If your client has more RH experts, take RH. If he has more Windows skill, take Windows.
Usually the choice of the operating system depends on many factors,
the client has support at the level s.o. with red hat or windows?
what kind of licensing they have in the organization for s.o.?
the backup tools have native plugins for a particular s.o.?
there is some organizational policy for some operating system?
security team where they find less vulnerabilities in red hat or windows?
in my experience with all products of BMC have same performance in both s.o...all depends on a good planing and implementation
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