This blog contains my daily experiences in testing, delivering and maintaining IT services on some BSD platforms and few posts about technical stuffs I daily deal with while administering my IT infrastructure.
Even if my primary skills are about MSFT technologies and products, the FreeBSD project has gained my interest because of the strong commitment of its developers to support a state-of-the-art operating environment for the use in the public Internet, based on a “veteran” Unix version, without giving anythig to the deviations of the new “Linux fashion”.
Usage scenarios of FreeBSD are not the same and less than the MSFT ones, but this platform excels in some specialized and important environment. Where you need to run simple but reliable IT services, to expose a minimal surface to attacks and to grant a high sequential uptime to your users, the FreeBSD platform can be the preferred choice, even versus the latest and more evolved commercial products.