By: apuri

November 6, 2017 10:22 am

1,610 views

SUSE Manager for Retail – The future of managing your point of service environment

The retail IT infrastructure is a very peculiar environment to manage, particularly with regards to the point of service (POS) devices. By its very nature, the retail business is characterized by a multitude of end point devices spread across diverse geographical locations, with the IT admins always vying for centralized management of their point of […]

Read More


jvonvoros
By: jvonvoros

October 17, 2017 5:35 am

1,798 views

New Research Shows Hybrid Cloud Takes Center Stage

  It’s probably not news to anyone that cloud computing has upended traditional IT and has continued to grow unabated for years.    Many commentators have suggested that the term “cloud” will disappear from our lexicon as it has become completely ubiquitous.  IT professionals must now defend their choice to not put a new workload into […]

Read More


J. S. Evans
By: J. S. Evans

October 10, 2017 3:25 pm

1,945 views

What is a CVE and How Can It Benefit Me?

Like a lot of the things that I write here, this is a question that came up in a ticket that I worked on recently. A customer recently received a message like this: Samba is a freely available file- and printer-sharing application maintained and developed by the Samba Development Team. Samba allows users to share […]

Read More


Vincent Moutoussamy
By: Vincent Moutoussamy

September 19, 2017 9:27 am

1,579 views

State of the Beta – SUSE Enterprise Storage 5

Hi folks! We are close to the finalization of our SUSE Enterprise Storage 5 release, but our Public Beta Program is still opened! So you can always watch the following “An Introduction to SUSE Enterprise Storage 5” video or checkout our Public Beta web page for more technical details, but you can also try it […]

Read More



By: mgerstner

September 5, 2017 8:20 pm

1,223 views

Current Developments in SUSE TPM Packages

In this post I want to give you an overview about recent developments regarding TPM in general and improvements in the area of TPM software packages brought to you in SUSE Linux Enterprise 12 Service Pack 3. I will present our ongoing efforts in this area. What is TPM? TPM stands for Trusted Platform Module. […]

Read More



By: jspeirs

August 10, 2017 1:34 pm

822 views

Variety is the spice of life – especially with food and Linux

While you could prepare a family meal on an open fire, it is likely you use an oven and not a microwave. Classic IT is like the oven, suitable for most workloads, and is here to stay and be optimised. The Cloud is like the microwave, suitable for particular tasks, but not a universal replacement […]

Read More


Rob de Canha-Knight
By: Rob de Canha-Knight

August 1, 2017 7:37 am

1,500 views

SUSE CaaS Platform Setup – From Nothing to Everything in 1 Hour

Hello fellow Pioneers! I recently did a 30 minute Webinar on the soon-to-be-released SUSE CaaS Platform. During this Webinar I set myself a little challenge: For anyone with experience with Kubernetes they’ll know that this is no small ask! – Kubernetes is known for being a complex infrastructure tool to set up and this is […]

Read More


SaSoe
By: SaSoe

July 24, 2017 7:25 am

342 views

Considerations for Disaster Recovery and Automated Failover Clusters for SAP HANA Infrastructures

Data corruption, component failures, and power outages are just a few examples of major issues that IT departments must be prepared for at any given moment. In the event of system downtime, organizations must have a proper disaster recovery (DR) and high availability (HA) strategy in place to minimize the business impact. But how can […]

Read More


Raj Meel
By: Raj Meel

July 11, 2017 11:51 am

1,202 views

Live Patching superhero doesn’t reboot from Stack Clash

If you were staying up late to patch your servers when the Stack Clash vulnerability recently showed up then you are not alone. However, you could join the select club of super savvy admin superheroes who didn’t have to shut down systems to patch Stack Clash. Stack Clash can be patched without bringing down your […]

Read More


J. S. Evans
By: J. S. Evans

July 5, 2017 6:54 am

1,442 views

Why should I patch my server?

Wait, what? Why should I patch my server? Because you won’t get bug fixes. But my server works just fine, if it’s not broken don’t fix it, right? What about security fixes? My server isn’t accessible from the internet. I’m not worried about it getting hacked. But it’s still possible, right? Do you really want […]

Read More