There's no shortage of reasons to use open source software for your mission-critical projects, but one of the benefits of open source that sometimes gets overlooked is the frequent release schedule – open source projects typically fix bugs and release new features much, much faster than commercial software companies. However, this "release early and often" approach can make it difficult to stay on top of the most recent open source security updates and version releases.
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