After nearly a decade of using Debian, recommending Debian, learning to do things in the Debian way.
The following question popped out in my head: What is next?
The answer came from Debian developers: Debian 8 with systemd.
(Every time I hear about systemd I instantly think about a RHEL based OS and naturally CentOS.)
So imagine my reaction: Should I continue using Debian (which is to become a mixed drink) or should I go the hard way of learning how to manage a RHEL based OS?
After 1 month of learning, reading documentations and putting aside that odd thinking 'there is nothing after debian', CentOS 7 started to grow on me.
I am still on the learning curve but I must say I am quite surprised how well CentOS 7 behaves (after a proper basic configuration of course).
Feel free to share your thoughts regarding CentOS 7 or any CentOS version.