64 bit memory support for Linux x64 distros (15 Jul 2012)
IBM promotes its software on the Linux operating system. But in the case of Domino when the solution has to process a large amount of documents and use of webservices is better to work on other operating systems like Windows, AIX, Solaris. The explanation is that Domino runs on 64 bits in many operating systems, but not for Linux. I wonder if 64-bit Domino for Linux is on the roadmap?
I agree that connectors are important to show the difference of IBM solution comparing with similar technologies from other vendors.
I have used Lotus Notes in Mac for more than 2 years working and the experience has been very nice.
The Quickr connector for Mac would be other good reason to use the suite of Lotus Collaboration and have more independent of any operating system.