OpenBSD has a reputation for high security and difficult operating systems for new user. But, some orginsations are using OpenBSD for everything including firewall, servers and desktop computers. This is quite impressive, from the article:
So our paid job is hacking on and deploying, maintaining, supporting... OpenBSD installations. We are also required to hack on things that can be merged back into OpenBSD itself and when it's not possible, then we change what we did so that it can be. Of course some developments are very specific to what we do and have no place in the project's CVS tree.
So, amongst other services, we set up and maintain several 100% OpenBSD-based infrastructures (going from the entry site firewall to the secretary's workstation) and this is what I'm going to talk about here.
As a side note, it is important to know that we are working exclusively for Fortune 500 companies (each operating in totally different and unrelated sectors).
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