Aidan Brecknell
By: Aidan Brecknell

August 2, 2022 12:16 am

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Preparing for the next wave of transformation

We’re lucky to work with so many innovative and forward-thinking companies here at SUSE. We see how committed our customers are to tackling their transformation challenges by leveraging open source tools and platforms that allow their developers to quickly build new solutions that drive their organisation forward. The nature of the beast, however, is […]

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Vishal Ghariwala
By: Vishal Ghariwala

July 13, 2022 10:09 pm

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Harvesting the Benefits of Cloud-Native Hyperconvergence

The logical progression from the virtualization of servers and storage in VSANs was hyperconvergence. By abstracting the three elements of storage, compute, and networking, data centers were promised limitless infrastructure control. That promised ideal was in keeping with the aims of hyperscale operators needing to grow to meet increased demand and that had to modernize […]

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Aidan Brecknell
By: Aidan Brecknell

July 5, 2022 12:13 am

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SUSE Rancher removes roadblocks to transformation

C-suite leaders across all industries are under increasing pressure to transform and innovate. Yet the journey toward unlocking new agility and efficiency, while meeting new customer demands, is often hampered by technology and process roadblocks.   We know the short-term implications of transformation can be initially overwhelming for many technology teams. Stakeholders expect any […]

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Aidan Brecknell
By: Aidan Brecknell

June 21, 2022 12:57 am

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Visibility and consistency are essential for container security

As I discussed in my previous article, business and technology leaders are under more pressure than ever to transform. That pressure flows directly to development teams tasked with unlocking organisational agility and meeting the changing needs of customers.   Of course, containers are essential for cloud-native transformation and the operating system for cloud-native development […]

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Bret Dayley
By: Bret Dayley

April 29, 2022 10:10 pm

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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

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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

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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

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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

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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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