My troll-o-meter is in overload…
BTW, centos is historically stable because of its approach… The same used by its “parent”, RH
You can find certified hw for rh/centos (and for Debian too, but only since few years)
NS comes from SME server which is rh/centos based since 14 years and it’s known to be rock solid
All the core (the e-smith layer) is quite hard to be moved to other distro.
Now, you may argue that there is not support for bleeding edge hw or sw and this is undoubtedly true, but thinking in a enterprise perspective this is only a good thing.
Any valid argumentation to move away from centos? I repeat, valid.