Bret Dayley
By: Bret Dayley

April 29, 2022 10:10 pm


Kubernetes backup with advanced cluster recovery for SUSE Rancher clusters

SUSE Rancher includes a rancher-backup operator to easily backup, restore or migrate Rancher as well as the ability to backup and restore a Kubernetes cluster. However, for broad, ecosystem wide backup and disaster recovery, SUSE's software development partners step in with application, data and workload-centric solutions addressing the needs of an entire Kubernetes computing landscape. […]

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Lukas Lansky
By: Lukas Lansky

April 12, 2022 4:35 pm


Safety RAM: Protecting variables with one’s complement

Firstly please read the Safety RAM: Protecting memory section with checksum blog post if you haven't as certain aspects won't be re-explained. The problem with previous CRC based method was that there shall be no parallelism or interruption during executing of critical section by others, possibly non-safe, processes. So to deal with this limitation we […]

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Don Vosburg
By: Don Vosburg

March 10, 2022 8:08 pm


Update your Cloud Instances from the Cloud with SUSE Manager 4.2 – New PAYG Capabilities

If you are running SUSE Pay-As-You-Go (PAYG) instances in the cloud, SUSE Manager has some good news for you! The SUSE Cloud team has created a robust infrastructure for updating PAYG systems.  There is built-in repository infrastructure that aligns with the systems you build on AWS, Microsoft Azure, or Google Cloud. But what if […]

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Don Vosburg
By: Don Vosburg

March 7, 2022 7:00 pm


Keeping Ubuntu Linux Secure with Latest SUSE Manager 4.2

Ubuntu systems are everywhere.  They make up a very large percentage of deployed Linux servers both on premises and on hyperscalers like AWS, Microsoft Azure, and Google Cloud.  Ubuntu LTS - or Long Term Support - is a commonly used platform for many developers and enterprises. For some time now, Ubuntu LTS has […]

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Lukas Lansky
By: Lukas Lansky

January 27, 2022 3:37 pm


Safety RAM: Protecting memory section with checksum

This particular blog post is not going to be about Linux memory managements and its safety or how to write a safety critical software but will touch on the topic that all safety critical software must address properly. This topic is Freedom From Interference (FFI).  Before we dive in, let's define some terms and […]

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Marcus Meissner
By: Marcus Meissner

December 12, 2021 8:49 am


SUSE Statement on log4j / log4shell / CVE-2021-44228 / Vulnerability

On Friday December 10 morning a new exploit in "log4j" Java logging framework was reported, that can be trivially exploited. This vulnerability is caused by a new feature introduced in log4j 2.x versions where a specific string embedded in messages logged by log4j would be interpreted by log4j to connect to remote sites […]

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Terry Smith
By: Terry Smith

October 28, 2021 9:31 pm


Secure DevOps Platform with Sysdig and SUSE Rancher

Sysdig Secure DevOps for SUSE Rancher can help you secure your build pipeline and manage your cloud native application landscape with confidence.  SUSE is committed to delivering innovative, enterprise solutions with great partners, like Sysdig, that empower customers to overcome their technical challenges.     The modern application landscape is cloud […]

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Jeff Reser
By: Jeff Reser

June 21, 2021 4:47 pm


Michael Knop
By: Michael Knop

June 17, 2021 1:17 pm


Jira as Requirements Management Tool (RMT)

Safety-critical industries can be flippantly defined as those where a software failure could kill you. Think automotive, aviation, or medical devices as examples. Safety-critical industries use heavy processes to ensure that (especially but not exclusively) software is developed in a safe manner. Heavy processes often need heavy tools. In terms of requirements management, those heavy […]

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Alexander Bergmann
By: Alexander Bergmann

February 17, 2021 9:46 pm


SLES 15 Security Technical Implementation Guide (STIG)

We are proud to announce that DISA, the Defense Information Systems Agency, published a Technical Implementation Guide (STIG) for SUSE Linux Enterprise Server 15. A public announcement from DISA can be found here. The SLES 15 STIG can be downloaded directly from the DISA web page over here. Background: DISA is a parent agency of […]

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