Terry Smith
By: Terry Smith

June 2, 2022 3:48 pm

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OpenCost – open source Kubernetes cost monitoring

SUSE GUEST BLOG ARTICLE AUTHORED BY: Alex Thilen, Head of Business Development, Kubecost Introducing OpenCost — An Open Source Project for Monitoring Kubernetes Spend We are excited to share the launch of OpenCost, an open source project that provides real-time cost monitoring for teams running Kubernetes workloads.   As container and Kubernetes adoption continues […]

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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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Bernd Schubert
By: Bernd Schubert

March 1, 2022 5:22 pm

1,296 views

Vishal Ghariwala
By: Vishal Ghariwala

February 14, 2022 7:36 pm

2,365 views

Accelerating and scaling cloud-native transformation in 2022

To learn more about the Business Forum, download the Event Proceedings Report here. Every organisation in Asia Pacific will be approaching 2022 with a renewed sense of optimism. With a more positive outlook, executives will likely be looking for new opportunities to future proof their business. Cloud-native transformation certainly isn’t a new concept, but […]

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Andrew Gracey
By: Andrew Gracey

January 6, 2022 5:59 pm

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Path To Rancher Desktop 1.0.0

Rancher Desktop has been in development for just over a year with the open question, when do we have a 1.0.0 stable release? Along the way the scope has expanded, it was ported to run in more places, and the development team has grown. All of this happened as we worked out if […]

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Vincent Moutoussamy
By: Vincent Moutoussamy

October 22, 2021 9:09 am

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New tech-preview Images for SUSE Linux Enterprise Base Container Image

We are happy to announce a brand new set of lightweight hardened tech-preview container images (SLE BCI) targeted to developers and operators. SLE Base Container Images (BCI) are meant to run on any Linux and K8s distributions. These images are freely redistributable and come with a pre-configured repository offering the same enterprise grade packages as […]

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Paul Fox
By: Paul Fox

October 18, 2021 9:28 am

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Mr Beam: A startup’s journey with SUSE and open source

“Some scripts I’d written in 2012 are still working on SUSE. I’ve written scripts like automatically switching the DNS servers, because if I need to connect to Wi-Fi on a German train, for example, these things still work, even though the network stack has changed again. There is a consistency in the […]

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Hui-Zhi
By: Hui-Zhi

August 10, 2021 2:04 am

1,557 views

Introduction to soliddriver-checks

The OS kernel is central and fundamental to system functionality and integrity. A user needs to be able to trust in the security and stability of the OS kernel at the heart of their mission critical systems. This trustworthiness extends just the same to kernel modules delivered by third party vendors. Such third party modules […]

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Helen Tang
By: Helen Tang

July 7, 2021 6:01 pm

2,308 views

SUSE Manager Now Supports Amazon Linux!

This is a guest blog from Benjamin Landorff - our esteemed PM for SUSE Manager! SUSE Manager 4.2, released two weeks ago, now supports Amazon Linux 2. While that alone is good news already, allow me use this opportunity to give a bit of context: I believe that, in a sense, Open Source Software […]

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Brendan Bulmer
By: Brendan Bulmer

April 14, 2021 7:23 am

2,088 views

SUSE Partners with Udacity to Address the Skills Gap Affecting Recent College Graduates

SUSE, a global leader in innovative, reliable and enterprise-grade open source solutions, and Udacity, the global online learning platform, have introduced the Cloud Native Application Architecture Nanodegree program in an effort to combat the technical skills gap affecting current students and recent higher education graduates. The Technology Skills Gap Explained A skill gap is the […]

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