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The more the merrier. Ubuntu has never been my favorite distro, and Canonical has a bit of a reputation for being a touch unresponsive to customer complaints, so I will be interested to see how they play in the enterprise environment. I do know that Ubuntu has seen a lot of success as an OS in Amazon EC2 cloud use, so it isn't all just puffery when Canonical claims to have established itself as a choice for business, at least for edge servers. I think RHEL still has a pretty firm hold on true enterprise servers, but competition is good; a runner is always faster with a rival breathing down his neck.