Does Arch Belong on a Production Server? Pros and Cons of Running Arch
Arch Linux is a rolling release Linux distribution, known for being cutting edge. It’s also known for being very customizable, giving you complete control of every package on your system, but also having the con of being more difficult to install and setup compared to other Linux distributions.
In this video, we’ll discuss several unique characteristics that make Arch different from other server distributions, and share some pros and cons of running Arch Linux on a production server.
0:00 – What is Arch Linux
1:12 – Arch Linux in Production
3:26 – Arch Pros and Cons
4:25 – Arch Linux Use Cases
5:45 – The Case for Arch Linux
6:40 – Arch Linux on Linode
7:53 – Arch Demo
10:00 – Outro
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