carolinapereira
By: carolinapereira

August 13, 2020 4:07 pm

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SQL Server on Linux Journey – Part 2: On premises success

On Part 1 of this series we covered our first SUSE encounter with Microsoft and how a few years later, the most deployed database in the world, SQL Server, started offering support for Linux platforms. Now, we’ll move on to cover the on-premises success reached by the SQL on Linux combination even though some […]

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helenrtang
By: helenrtang

August 11, 2020 5:37 pm

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Data Explosion – Is the Cloud Your Silver Bullet?

COVID has left the world reeling. But the world didn’t stop, neither did data growth. In fact, during COVID, data usage has gone up 47%. Data creation has gone up too, with millions of us spending more time on social media, working across Teams, Slack, Zoom etc. and pushing things up to the cloud. […]

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Michael Tabron
By: Michael Tabron

August 6, 2020 5:31 pm

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Webinar: Optimize SAP landscapes with Intel processor and persistent memory technologies

Your business depends on your SAP operations so the systems that they run on must have near-zero downtime. This includes both planned downtime for updates and fixes as well as unplanned downtime in the event of a system failure. In either event, you won’t lose your SAP HANA data because the built-in System Replication […]

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Jared Matkin
By: Jared Matkin

August 6, 2020 4:02 pm

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Open Source for the Edge at IoT World

Infrastructure is becoming a more critical element in the conversations and work focused around Edge Computing. An ever-growing range of input devices, from smart phones to automotive sensors, is driving the demand for edge systems and services that can effectively and reliably bridge data between operational technology (OT) and information technology (IT). The expected output […]

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k2sherman
By: k2sherman

August 5, 2020 9:34 pm

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SUSE Partner Summit – Coming to a digital platform in mid-September!

Like every other event in 2020, SUSE Partner Summit has had to reimagine itself as a digital event. The SUSE Partner Summit will be held online over two different days – on 9 September 2020 from 8:00 a.m. PDT or 17:00 CET and on 16 September 2020, 8:00 a.m. PDT or 17:00 CET. […]

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chabowski
By: chabowski

August 5, 2020 4:15 pm

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SUSE Documentation Survey 2020 – 2nd Take. Your Call to Action!

Or: Oops We Do it Again! The very first documentation survey we conducted last summer was a real success. We got a great amount of responses and highly valuable feedback about what we do right, but more importantly also where we can improve and what is missing in our documentation at SUSE. Now it is […]

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carolinapereira
By: carolinapereira

August 4, 2020 2:02 pm

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SQL Server on Linux Journey – Part 1: First date

The relationship between SUSE and Microsoft is not so new. It is exciting to think that back in 2006 (almost 15 years ago!), both companies entered into a partner agreement to collaborate on interoperability, providing greater choice to customers in developing comprehensive environments. And today, it is amazing to see that SQL Server on […]

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s_schmidt
By: s_schmidt

August 3, 2020 1:12 pm

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sapconf versus saptune – again

After the blog post about 'sapconf 5' a few hours ago, I was asked by various people: Shall we use 'sapconf 5' instead of 'saptune 2'? Before rumors or confusion spread, let me clarify. In short: If you have 'SUSE Linux Enterprise Server' only 'sapconf' is available. If you have 'SUSE Linux Enterprise Server for […]

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s_schmidt
By: s_schmidt

August 3, 2020 8:44 am

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sapconf 5 – What has changed?

It is out Last week sapconf 5 turned up in the SLES 15 repositories. SLES 12 will follow shortly. This new version does not rely on tuned anymore, which means some work steps you are used to, are different now. Why did we do that? Tuned was only used for CPU tuning and setting the […]

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Marcus Meissner
By: Marcus Meissner

July 27, 2020 8:39 am

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SUSE addresses BootHole security exposure

Security researchers from Eclypsium have published an attack called BootHole today. This attack requires root access to the bootloader used in Linux operating systems, GRUB2. It bypasses normal Secure Boot protections to persistently install malicious code which cannot be detected by the operating system. Given the need for root access to the bootloader, the described […]

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