By: Andrew Gracey

August 20, 2019 8:00 pm

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Eirini: Mapping Code into Containers

There has been a lot of noise recently about the Project known as Eirini.  I wanted to dig into what this project was in a little more detail. If you weren’t already aware, its goal is to allow Cloud Foundry to use any scheduler but it’s really for allowing the workloads […]

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By: gmarcroft

August 20, 2019 12:00 pm

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Azure Public Cloud Update Infrastructure 101

The purpose of this post is to provide simple diagrams describing common issues Azure cloud users face when connecting to the Public Cloud Update Infrastructure with PAYG (Pay-As-You-Go) images and the solutions to these issues. Instead of registering against the SUSE Customer Center like a traditional SUSE Linux Enterprise system, PAYG SLE systems are registered […]

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By: jrahbany

August 19, 2019 10:54 pm

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At SUSE, Collaboration Solves Problems Everywhere

This blog was co-written by Jared Matkin    When faced with a true conundrum, most humans tend to choose one of two paths. Either open up wide to collaboration with others, or constrict tightly to oneself in order to find a way to resolution. At SUSE, the open, open culture encourages the prior in […]

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Raj Meel
By: Raj Meel

August 18, 2019 5:20 pm

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Run Mixed IT Efficiently, The Adient – SUSE Way.

Adient is the global leader in the $60 billion automotive seating market. With $20 billion in consolidated annual revenues, Adient delivers 25 million seating systems used on more than 360 vehicle nameplates around the globe. After spinning off from Johnson Controls as an independent business, Adient recognized an opportunity to enhance its approach to IT […]

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Brent Smithurst
By: Brent Smithurst

August 16, 2019 9:18 pm

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Meet SUSE at Cloud Foundry Summit in The Hague

If you're looking for a great excuse to visit the Netherlands, learn about Cloud Foundry and Kubernetes, and hang out with a cool and interesting community, come meet the SUSE Cloud Application Platform team at the Cloud Foundry Summit EU in The Hague. SUSE is a gold sponsor of the event, so we'll have a […]

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Michael Tabron
By: Michael Tabron

August 15, 2019 8:56 pm

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Oops! Our mistake can be your gain.

A couple of weeks ago, I posted a blog announcing that there were 100 SAP HANA benchmarks run on SUSE Linux Enterprise Server. A couple of hours later, I learned that due to a technical glitch in the counter there were only 97 benchmarks so I immediately removed the blog. Today there are 98 benchmarks […]

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BBulmer
By: BBulmer

August 13, 2019 3:16 pm

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SUSE Academic Program News: Working With Students Around The Globe

The end of summer for many marks the start of a new semester or calendar school year. At SUSE, we have been working harder than ever to engage with more academic partners and customers, bringing the latest in Linux and Open Source training and education. To only name a few, here are some highlights of […]

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David Byte
By: David Byte

August 12, 2019 1:08 pm

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How You Can Make Ceph Better

Well, here we are, SUSE Enterprise Storage 6 is out the door and seeing customer deployments.  Product management is happy, the engineers are relieved, and our customers continue to move forward with more advanced features, reliability, and scalability than ever before.  With this successful launch behind us, it is time to ask, "[…]

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chabowski
By: chabowski

August 12, 2019 8:36 am

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Vagrant Boxes with openSUSE Tumbleweed – Check it Out!

This article has been contributed by the SUSE Developer Engagement Team. Overview Vagrant is a very common infrastructure among developers. They use Vagrant boxes to develop and/or validate their applications on a variety of platforms in a very simple and portable way. Vagrant is also well established in CI/CD environments in multiple open-source and upstream […]

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stacey_miller
By: stacey_miller

August 9, 2019 9:41 pm

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Spinning, Support, and Open Source

  My dad always told me, "You don’t need to buy support; it’s easier and less expensive to fix it yourself."  So, being a good daughter, I listened and rarely did.  The exception was when I bought my Peloton bike.  Peloton, if you don’t know, is […]

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