Microsoft has been public about its CBL-Mariner Linux release, which just hit the 2.0 milestone. But did you know there's also a Microsoft CBL-Delridge?
ZDNet reports there's more than just the one Microsoft-created Linux distribution for internal use only called CBL (Common Base Linux) Mariner. "It turns out there's another Microsoft-developed Linux distribution that's also for internal use that's known as CBL-Delridge or CBL-D." I...
Now of course... because Linux is open source... they give you the source code for these right?