RedHat got into the corporate servers due to the fact that the sysadmins were running it on
they seem to have forgotten this fact, but it also may be that they are now a big enough name
to survive without that foot in the door.
but they leave the field wide open for someone else to move in and gain a foothold in the
having multiple distros supported by the big commercial products would be a good thing for
Linux, but it may not be as good for RedHat