By: Bryan Lunduke

January 31, 2017 9:08 am

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SUSE Open Audio — The SUSE Podcast

It has been far, far too long since SUSE has had a semi-official podcast.  Years, in fact.  Today, that all changes. Proud to announce that SUSE Open Audio has launched, with the first episode posted to the SUSE YouTube Channel. Show Notes for Episode 1: My guest for this inaugural episode is SUSE’s President of Strategy, […]

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By: Bryan Lunduke

November 17, 2016 10:46 am

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Q&A with openATTIC Engineering Team Lead

Last week, we announced that SUSE was acquiring the openATTIC project. So I sat down with Lenz Grimmer — the openATTIC lead — to ask a few questions about the project and what this news means for openATTIC (and SUSE) going forward. Bryan: How would you describe openATTIC to someone who’s never heard of it before? […]

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By: Bryan Lunduke

November 14, 2016 11:18 am

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SUSE — The Album

Ok.  We don’t have an actual “SUSE Album” — but we’ve produced enough Linux, Free Software & SUSE related music video parodies that we almost could. And here they are.  All of them.  In one single blog post.  You’re welcome.

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By: Bryan Lunduke

November 7, 2016 6:00 am

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NVDIMM Enabling in SUSE Linux Enterprise 12, Service Pack 2

Guest Blog post by   Ross Zwisler Linux Kernel Developer, Intel Part 1: High Level Overview Persistent memory is an emerging technology in which Non­Volatile DIMMs (NVDIMMs) are placed on the memory bus. These NVDIMMs can exist either along side or in the place of traditional volatile memory DIMMs. NVDIMMs have the property that data […]

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By: Bryan Lunduke

September 27, 2016 11:39 am

3,274 views

Update released that fixes potential vulnerability: CVE-2016-2776

A new vulnerability was discovered (CVE-2016-2776) which could possibly allow a remote denial of service attack.  SUSE already has patches available to fix this issue. Some details on CVE-2016-2776: Testing by ISC has uncovered a critical error condition which can occur when a nameserver is constructing a response. A defect in the rendering of messages into […]

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By: Bryan Lunduke

August 25, 2016 8:24 pm

4,435 views

Tell your #LinuxStories, Win a "Linux 25th Birthday" T-Shirt

Can you believe that Linux — the versatile operating system kernel that powers everything from mainframes to phones to crock pots (no joke) — is 25 years old? Who knew this amazing piece of Free and Open Source Software would be used in such different and amazing ways? Or that it would dominate the computing […]

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By: Bryan Lunduke

August 25, 2016 2:39 pm

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How SUSE “Invented” Enterprise Linux

By Michael Jores, SUSE Happy 25th Anniversary Linux from SUSE! For 24 years now, the green chameleon has been engaged in Linux development. Recently somebody asked me: “Since when is Linux actually mainstream?” That’s a good question. Perhaps since 2011, I answered, when SAP HANA was launched exclusively on SUSE Linux Enterprise Server? Or maybe […]

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By: Bryan Lunduke

August 1, 2016 9:37 am

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Datalounges, SUSE Linux Enterprise & OpenStack

When the cool companies of the world think “OpenStack”… they think “SUSE”. And not just because SUSE won (nay… dominated) Intel’s Rule The Stack competition (a speed trial to see who can set up OpenStack instances faster than anyone else in the land) three years in a row. In the far away realm of Finland (well, “far […]

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By: Bryan Lunduke

July 5, 2016 8:42 am

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SUSE: Winning awards left and right

As a kid we were all told that winning isn’t everything.  “It doesn’t matter if you win or lose, it’s how you play the game.”  That’s absolutely true.  But, I’ve gotta say, winning feels pretty darn good. At the 2016 Storage Awards, SUSE took home “Cloud Enabler of the Year” for SUSE OpenStack Cloud and […]

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By: Bryan Lunduke

June 6, 2016 9:14 am

3,286 views

SUSE Enterprise Storage 3 is here!

As a young man (in days long past) I worked as an entry-level developer at a large software company. Down the hall from my office sat a wise, gray neck-bearded man; The experienced old developer. The one we all listened to and revered. One day, as we were talking about some software release or another […]

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