Compare RedHat Linux vs Ubuntu

See this comparison of RedHat Enterprise Linux vs. Ubuntu based on data from user reviews. RedHat Enterprise Linux rates 4.4/5 stars with 111 reviews. Ubuntu rates 4.5/5 stars with 302 reviews. Each product's score is calculated by real-time data from verified user reviews.

 
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9.1
(Based on 101 reviews)
9.0
(Based on 292 reviews)
Ease of UseSee More
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8.3
(Based on 101 reviews)
8.6
(Based on 292 reviews)
Ease of SetupSee More
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8.4
(Based on 68 reviews)
8.9
(Based on 130 reviews)
Ease of AdminSee More
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8.6
(Based on 67 reviews)
8.5
(Based on 130 reviews)
Quality of SupportSee More
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8.8
(Based on 91 reviews)
8.2
(Based on 252 reviews)
Ease of Doing Business WithSee More
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9.0
(Based on 62 reviews)
8.3
(Based on 90 reviews)
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8.7
(Based on 102 reviews)
8.7
(Based on 292 reviews)
Small-Business (50 or fewer emp.)
Small-Business
(50 or fewer emp.)
16.4%
48.5%
Mid-Market (51-1000 emp.)
Mid-Market
(51-1000 emp.)
29.1%
24.9%
Enterprise (> 1000 emp.)
Enterprise
(> 1000 emp.)
54.5%
26.6%
 
Information Technology and Services
31.4%
Information Technology and Services
20.9%
 
Computer Software
10.0%
Computer Software
19.2%
 
Higher Education
9.3%
Internet
9.8%
 
Financial Services
4.3%
Higher Education
6.7%
 
Telecommunications
4.3%
Telecommunications
3.8%
 
Other
40.7%
Other
39.6%
Most Helpful Favorable Review
Most Helpful Favorable Review
G2 Crowd User in Research

The reliability of the packages from their repositories is one of the best reasons to use RHEL. Also the remote management system allow the admin to regularly schedule packages and updates as well as remotely install new packages to all systems using their...

Michael S.
User in Insurance

I am tech savvy but I am not a developer or IT guy. I used Ubuntu when I needed a simple operating system for my newly purchased Raspberry Pi. Raspberry Pi's have limited memory space because your hard drive is an SD card. I only needed to run XBMC to play...

Most Helpful Critical Review
Most Helpful Critical Review
Timothy S.
User in Computer Software

RHEL is expensive and it is not the most frequently updated OS. It is good because it is reliable, trusted by banks, used in PAAS' and works. But if you want the newest features like containers, you have to wait a very long time. It's the use of new...

Isaac Z.
User in Computer Software

1. Ignore you existence. In this case, Arch Linux is a good distribution --- "I know what should I do".

 
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