What I meant was XServe boxes or the like. I mean, sure, we can all get a Synology NAS and plug it into a Mac, but when running a server farm, not even Pixar
uses OSX (Yes, I know that is a dated link, but there has been no indication of change). Back when they were selling XServe boxes, they consistently got hammered by Linux, Solaris, and even Windows on performance. I also understand the latest OSX home server product got severely neutered a few years back too, although I don't have any experience with it.
I know or know of hundreds of companies that deploy on Linux clusters. I know 0 that deploy on OSX clusters. Why do we keep training devs to use iTunes when they should know how to use the command line better?