This is a headline I thought I would never see but the world has really changed with Microsoft seeming to fully embrace open source!
Red Hat is offering support for .NET Core on RHEL and OpenShift, not only that but the version of .NET includes C#, F# and Visual Basic. Red Hat offers enterprise-grade support for .NET now and if a corporation using .NET was hesitant about moving to GNU/Linux, they can enlist the help of Red Hat with that move.
I’ve personally known a few .NET shops that would do well to consider moving to Red Hat Enterprise Linux (RHEL); Linux servers are easier to automate and administer than Windows servers. With Red Hat’s support, it becomes even easier.