The project Sanos was defined within the scope of the Health Agency from Valencia as an Open Source Migration office, through which new projects and technologies are analyzed and the feasibility of being tackled through open solutions is studied, or the analysis of migration to open source of existing projects and infrastructures.
The migration to Linux environments and open source applications supposes a huge advantage based on the license cost saving. Open Sistemas analyzed for Unidad Editorial the impact that a migration of this kind could generate in the group.
The distribution working environments are characterized by a high number of sales points. This involves huge necessities of client and server equipments. Many of these systems execute general activities and the impact of migration to an open environment with lower license cost provides real cost reduction advantages. The goal of this project consisted precisely in the analysis of these advantages for several environment and the design of a prototype solution.