By: German M. Yebenes

October 4, 2022 4:05 pm

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The First Prototype of Adaptable Linux Platform is Live

Adaptable Linux Platform Prototype  The first prototype of The Adaptable Linux Platform (ALP), the next generation of Linux, is already live! The introduction of the Adaptable Linux Platform to the SUSE communities started an endeavor to build and design a new application-centric, secure and flexible platform. You can read more about this here. The idea […]

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By: German M. Yebenes

August 1, 2022 3:14 pm

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ALP Prototype is Evolving, Proof of Concept Expected in Fall

The Concept The Adaptable Linux Platform (ALP) is switching from the UNIX-style centered, influenced structure of previous operating systems to a more workload and application-centric design. A flexible and secure platform with advancing concepts, as seen in both MicroOS and SLE Micro, along with the incorporation of other components, is evolving. This platform is designed […]

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By: German M. Yebenes

June 20, 2022 12:00 pm

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Innovation without Disruption: Introducing SUSE Linux Enterprise 15 SP4 and Agility

In a production environment, where applications must be flexible at deployment, running and rolling out times, it is important to consider agility as one of the main points to consider when building or evolving your platform. SUSE Linux Enterprise Server is a modern, modular operating system for both multimodal and traditional IT. In this article, […]

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By: German M. Yebenes

May 25, 2022 9:54 pm

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Why Devs and ISVs Need to Rethink their Base Container Image Strategy 

Introduction In a world where stability, agility and security compliances are hot topics, it is important to decide the base image for the applications (current and new ones). In this blog I will talk about the most widely used images by application developers, introducing SUSE BCI, its registry and their multiple features. I will finish […]

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