By: ronaldnu

March 24, 2018 12:08 am


Cloud Foundry Builpacks or Dockerfiles

I often hear questions about what are these buildpacks that cloud foundry uses. And then frequently, why use a buildpack when Dockerfiles are commonplace? The most common answer alludes to a topic that is most commonly phrased as a ‘separation of concerns’. Unfortunately, these discussions tend towards an odd combination of the academic and the […]

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By: helenrtang

March 23, 2018 5:21 pm


My Top 5 Takeaways from IBM Think 2018

As you probably know, IBM had is inaugural Think event this week in Las Vegas. I’ve been to quite a few tech events in my career, and as tech events go, this one was pretty spectacular. The production value! 3 concerts! The speakers! I definitely walked away in awe. So what are my top takeaways? […]

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By: jkirkpatrick

March 23, 2018 12:02 pm


SDI – The implications for the Channel

“Change is inevitable. Change is constant.” Benjamin Disraeli “Change is inevitable. Except from a vending machine.” Anon   Change is unavoidable and yet, despite our best efforts, predicting the future seems impossible. If we could, then, as Del Boy puts it, “this time next year, Rodders, we’ll be millionaires.” In business, getting your predictions right […]

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By: cmcinelly

March 21, 2018 5:53 pm


See what’s new with the SUSE Academic Program

SUSE is pleased to announce the growth and success of the SUSE Academic Program.  Recent partnerships with GroupLink’s “everything HelpDesk,” and IBM’s Power Systems Academic Initiative have allowed collaboration on software solutions, support training and materials for academic organizations. Also recently launched, is a joint graduate program aimed at driving open source skills into the […]

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Valentin Rothberg
By: Valentin Rothberg

March 20, 2018 6:27 am


Podman on openSUSE

Interested in the latest container technologies? Great, here is what the openSUSE community has been working on lately. Many of our users are interested in trying out alternatives to the Docker open-source engine, so we started having look at what the larger community has to offer and, in fact, there is quite some choice. In […]

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John Dolen
By: John Dolen

March 20, 2018 2:48 am


TidalScale Announces Software-Defined Server Support with SUSE Linux Enterprise Server

TidalScale has announced  support for their Software-defined Server  product with SUSE Linux Enterprise Server (SLES) 12.  TidalScale also announced their achievement of SUSE Ready Certification.  What is a Software-defined Server?  TidalScale refers to it as an inverse hypervisor technology. Unlike traditional virtualization, their software sits between the bare metal and the operating system.  It enables […]

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By: cseader

March 19, 2018 11:50 pm


SUSE is the trusted source for your Cloud Foundry PaaS

With the recent release of the SUSE Cloud Application Platform based on Cloud Foundry and Kubernetes, you might be wondering what benefits SUSE brings to these open source projects. Let me share with you some details about being a trusted source and enterprise-ready. SUSE has been a major player in the open source industry for […]

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Jay Kruemcke
By: Jay Kruemcke

March 19, 2018 6:39 pm


SUSE Linux now available on Nutanix Hyperconverged Infrastructure for IBM Power

  IBM® Hyperconverged Systems powered by Nutanix are now SUSE YES Certified for SUSE Linux. These certifications are for the 1U CS821 and 2U CS822 models. These systems will combine the performance of the IBM POWER8 chip architecture and the simplicity of Nutanix management software. These systems are certified for the little endian SLES 12 […]

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Joachim Werner
By: Joachim Werner

March 19, 2018 6:22 pm


if count(ibm_power_systems) > 10 then add suse_manager_on_power

Sometimes, pseudocode is the fastest way to describe an algorithm. So the headline says it all: If you have to manage more than just a handful of IBM Power Systems servers running SUSE Linux Enterprise, we recommend that you add SUSE Manager to the equation!   SUSE Manager makes it so much easier to keep your […]

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Vera Schneider
By: Vera Schneider

March 19, 2018 9:00 am


SUSE and Other Technology Industry Leaders Join Forces to Increase Predictability in Open Source Licensing

By Ciaran Farrell SUSE is announcing today that it is committing to extending additional rights to help solve open source compliance errors by providing a period in which companies can cure such errors. This approach by SUSE will promote greater predictability in open source licensing and increase participation in open source software development and deployment. […]

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