Lawrence Kearney
By: Lawrence Kearney

July 16, 2018 3:22 am

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Deploying SLURM using SLE HPC patterns

The expansion of High Performance Computing (HPC) beyond the niches of higher education and government realms to corporate and business computing use cases has been on the rise. One catalyst of this trend is increasing innovation in hardware platforms and software development. Both respectively drive down the cost of deploying supercomputing services with each iteration […]

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Alexander Bergmann
By: Alexander Bergmann

June 27, 2018 1:31 pm

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Secure Boot Network Installation

1. Preboot Execution Environment (PXE) We have to start with the standard PXE setup that is used for decades for disk-less client bootstrapping. The client requests an IP address and gets it together with the information where to find a boot file that can be loaded via TFTP. In our case the network connection is […]

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bmwiedemann
By: bmwiedemann

June 26, 2018 9:32 am

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reproducible builds in openSUSE and SLE

If you have been watching the news during the last 2-3 years, you might occasionally have heard about reproducible builds.   What are reproducible builds? The reproducible-builds project says “Reproducible builds” aim to provide a verifiable path from software source code to its compiled binary form. In its simplest form it means, that you can […]

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Lawrence Kearney
By: Lawrence Kearney

June 17, 2018 2:20 am

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The SSSD, Active Directory, and growing SLES integration

From both feature and security perspectives, integrating Linux systems with Active Directory environments has been a challenge for their respective system administrators and organisations. However, modern Linux distributions include the System Security Services Daemon (SSSD) which addresses many of the legacy shortcomings handily. The daemon uses identity and authentication providers (and other service providers) to […]

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Lawrence Kearney
By: Lawrence Kearney

June 14, 2018 2:37 am

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SLES, PAM, SSSD, and MFA Soup

Multi-factor authentication (MFA) solutions are becoming the standard for many user facing IT services. Most visibly with web applications, corporate VPNs, self-service portals and online banking platforms to name but a few. Extending MFA to the realm of system administration to harden access to the Linux operating system itself is becoming an established best practice […]

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Jeffreycheung
By: Jeffreycheung

May 2, 2018 4:53 am

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SUSE Labs Taipei Technical Sharing Day 2018

In order to promote open source software and solution, SUSE Labs Taipei has organized Technical Sharing Day at 22 April 2018.  We spread out the news via openSUSE Taiwan community to invite people to join the event, thanks of our sponsor Gandi Asia Co. Ltd to provide the place and free lunch and drink to […]

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Joachim Werner
By: Joachim Werner

May 1, 2018 8:02 pm

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A fresh breath of Oxygen: The latest Salt version, now on openSUSE Tumbleweed!

A couple of weeks ago, Saltstack proudly announced the newest version of Salt, the powerful tool for remote execution, configuration management, and event-driven automation. As you know, we’ve been using Salt a lot in SUSE Manager and as part of SUSE Linux Enterprise Server. Hundreds of improvements The latest version brings a fresh breath of air […]

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Vincent Moutoussamy
By: Vincent Moutoussamy

April 6, 2018 3:48 pm

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SLE 15 Beta – SUSE Package Hub for SLES 15 now available!

SUSE Package Hub for SLES 15 now available online via SUSE Customer Center! Thus this means that you can now add the SUSE Package Hub online repositories to your SUSE Linux Enterprise Server 15 Beta. And start installing and testing your favorite community packages on SLES 15 Beta! To do so, on a registered SLES […]

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Valentin Rothberg
By: Valentin Rothberg

March 20, 2018 6:27 am

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Podman on openSUSE

Interested in the latest container technologies? Great, here is what the openSUSE community has been working on lately. Many of our users are interested in trying out alternatives to the Docker open-source engine, so we started having look at what the larger community has to offer and, in fact, there is quite some choice. In […]

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chabowski
By: chabowski

March 6, 2018 3:57 pm

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Growing Strong with the Help of the Community

The following article has been contributed by Marco Strigl, Build Service Engineer, SUSE.                 You might already have heard that, as of 2020, Python 2 will not be maintained anymore. This date seems to be “far, far away“ from an end user perspective – but is actually upcoming quite quickly if you see it through the eyes of an […]

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