by Brandon Knitter | Technical Consultant at Taos As anyone in the tech industry knows, the pace of innovation is incredibly high. I spend more time acquiring knowledge than I do applying it. That pace has no sign of slowing down. With advancements in software hosting solutions in the past 20 years we’ve seen options […]
Historically, operating systems in the UNIX and UNIX-like family have not only been incredibly stable, but have also been trailblazers in technology. Some have been more renowned for using what’s become tried and true– as well as being slow moving targets that are easier to support. Those in the latter category have at times had a fear of change when seemingly too sudden or divergent from their current standing, but change isn’t always bad. Sometimes it’s just simply that: change, and in the case of SysV Init, the change has been a long time coming.