Ryan Hagen
By: Ryan Hagen

June 19, 2019 5:50 pm

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Do Business Outcomes Require Complete Solutions?

If you are in the market for a house, you could get in your car and head down to your local hardware store to find the solution and the "stuff" you need. Of course you will need a very large truck to carry it all but here is the general list of things you […]

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Prachi Ray
By: Prachi Ray

June 19, 2019 9:03 am

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SUSE & SAP “A 20 years of Partnership”

Trust takes years to build! Yes it does and We just want to say "Trust the one that SAP trusts"   SUSE and SAP have worked together since 2011 to improve the scalability and high availability of SAP HANA. In fact, SUSE Linux Enterprise Server is the recommended and supported OS for […]

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Brent Smithurst
By: Brent Smithurst

June 19, 2019 5:36 am

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Cloud native infrastructure, patterns, and technology

At the recent SUSECON conference in Nashville, Andreas Jaeger from SUSE discussed and demonstrated how cloud native technologies drive more and more applications - both in public cloud and in customer's data centers. Andreas looked at what "Cloud Native" is, what patterns are used to build and run cloud native applications, and how it […]

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David Byte
By: David Byte

June 19, 2019 4:45 am

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SUSE on the IO500 List for HPC Storage

If you haven't been hanging around the Ceph world for a bit, you may not realize that Ceph was originally intended to provide a distributed file-system to service HPC clusters.  While this was the original intent, Ceph has taken a round-a-bout path to relevance in this space, especially given that we are only supporting […]

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Thomas(T. R.) Bosworth
By: Thomas(T. R.) Bosworth

June 18, 2019 6:03 pm

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SUSE OpenStack Cloud Technology Preview Takes Flight

We are pleased to announce that as of today we are making a technology preview of a containerized version of SUSE OpenStack Cloud available that will demonstrate a future direction for our product.  The lifecycle management for this technology preview is based on an upstream OpenStack project called Airship, which SUSE has been using […]

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tdig
By: tdig

June 18, 2019 5:45 pm

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Edge > Core > Cloud: Transform the Way You Want

For more than 25 years, SUSE has been very successful in delivering enterprise-grade Linux to our customers. And as IT infrastructure has shifted and evolved, so have we. For instance, we enabled and supported the move to software-defined data centers as virtualization and containerization technologies became more prevalent and data growth demanded a new approach. […]

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Dirk Oppenkowski
By: Dirk Oppenkowski

June 18, 2019 1:47 pm

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Where are customers in their SAP S/4HANA migration journey?

[caption id="attachment_71922" align="aligncenter" width="300"] Migration Journey[/caption] A major migration requires careful planning and testing, which take time. One the other hand, waiting longer doesn’t make the upgrade any easier. If you’re a systems engineer or IT specialist contemplating an upgrade to S/4HANA, you might be wondering how your peers […]

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By: Marcus Meissner

June 18, 2019 1:43 pm

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SUSE address the SACK panic tcp remote denial of service attacks

The page has changed due to adjustments to a new location: SUSE addresses the “SACK Panic” TCP remote denial of service attacks[…]

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Sascha Grunert
By: Sascha Grunert

June 18, 2019 1:30 pm

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Demystifying Containers – Part II: Container Runtimes

This series of blog posts and corresponding talks aims to provide you with a pragmatic view on containers from a historic perspective. Together we will discover modern cloud architectures layer by layer, which means we will start at the Linux Kernel level and end up at writing our own secure cloud native applications. Simple examples […]

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Karin van der Meijden
By: Karin van der Meijden

June 18, 2019 12:55 pm

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Anything for a smile

  A few months ago, I set out to buy a new backpack for daily use. One that was waterproof, big enough, had a smart lay-out and still cool. I found one, bought it and I was a happy girl. But this story is not so much about the backpack itself. One day I […]

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