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By: Michael Miller

October 9, 2019 6:55 am

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SUSE Focusing on Application Delivery to Meet Customer Needs

At SUSE we pride ourselves on our customer-obsessed view of the world. It is this customer-fixated culture that has led us to increase our focus on the growing importance of cloud native and container technologies to meet current and future customer needs and align with technology trends around application delivery, Kubernetes and DevOps. As SUSE […]

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By: Michael Miller

July 10, 2019 6:43 pm

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Can You Have Open Source without True Partnership?

Every company that sells enterprise technology has a long list of alliance partners. It’s the way the industry works. But if you spend time with partner executives and sales teams, as I do, you notice that some talk about partnering while others really and truly put energy into building relationships and joint solutions. At […]

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By: Michael Miller

March 9, 2017 3:02 am

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It’s official – SUSE completes acquisition of HPE OpenStack and Cloud Foundry assets

Just three months ago, when we announced the SUSE acquisition of OpenStack IaaS and Cloud Foundry PaaS assets from Hewlett Packard Enterprise (HPE), the excitement on both sides was palpable, and the industry response was fantastic. We’ve made that official today by completing the transaction, and now it gets even more exciting for all […]

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By: Michael Miller

November 30, 2016 3:21 am

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Watch your PaaS (and IaaS) – SUSE acquires OpenStack and Cloud Foundry technology from HPE

If you follow SUSE, you know we recently made our first technology acquisition—openATTIC—and announced it at our annual customer conference, SUSECON. At the time, I said there would likely be similar acquisitions when it makes sense for our growth strategy, as well as our open source development and business model. Well, that time […]

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By: Michael Miller

November 8, 2016 5:30 am

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Acquisition News: SUSE making all the right moves

SUSE has had a long and interesting 24-year history since being founded in 1992, and our growth has been mainly organic. For years, our success was driven by the increasing adoption of SUSE Linux Enterprise as the preferred platform for mission-critical enterprise workloads and by SUSE’s open approach to partnering. In recent years, our […]

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By: Michael Miller

August 9, 2016 11:05 am

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SUSE + OpenStack + Mirantis = Openness and Choice

Today we announced that SUSE is now Mirantis’ strategic partner for enterprise Linux -- giving Mirantis customers access to SUSE Linux Enterprise Server as well as SUSE’s expanded support offerings, all integrated seamlessly with their Mirantis OpenStack cloud. Together, Mirantis and SUSE will make SUSE Linux Enterprise Server a fully integrated development platform for […]

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By: Michael Miller

June 20, 2016 10:11 am

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SUSE Aligns with Intel for High Performance Computing Stack

I'm here at the iSC conference in Frankfurt, Germany where today Intel announced their new HPC Orchestrator solution which is a combination of technology, support and services aimed at providing the software infrastructure framework and glue needed for vendors and researchers to rapidly develop next-generation HPC systems. In this unique commercial offering, SUSE Linux Enterprise […]

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By: Michael Miller

April 28, 2014 4:07 pm

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The Big Data Channel is Open for Crossing

Yes, we're all talking about big data, but with the big numbers associated with that market it is really no surprise, is it? IDC is forecasting a 27 percent compound growth rate resulting in $32 billion spent on big data technology and services through 2017. When I think about a market of that size, I […]

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By: Michael Miller

February 27, 2014 10:31 am

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What’s Coming Next in Enterprise IT?

Flexibility, accessibility and mobility. The "walled fortress" era of enterprise computing is fading fast and being superseded by a multitude of new and dynamic work-modes and devices. From GPS systems, home automation and even traditional enterprise IT services, it’s becoming increasingly difficult to contemplate products, services or even business processes in which the […]

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