BBulmer
By: BBulmer

November 26, 2019 11:40 am

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Karyuna Institute of Technology and Sciences leading SUSE Education in India

Karunya Institute of Technology and Sciences (KITS), Deemed to be University, Coimbatore, India, and the SUSE Academic Program are signing a memorandum of Agreement (MoA) to promote Linux and Open Source education across India. How did we get here: BL Radhakrishnan, Coordinator Industry-Academia collaborations-CSE and Assistant Professor, Computer Science and Engineering Department at Karunya Institute […]

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Mark Brown
By: Mark Brown

July 24, 2019 6:50 pm

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SUSE Welcomes Cimitra for it’s “Just Enough Administration” Solution

SUSE welcomes Cimitra as its newest partner in the arena of IT administration and support, with the addition of Cimitra certified support on SUSE Linux Enterprise Server.   The Cimitra server is distributed as a Docker container that can easily drop right into a Docker implementation on SLES12 or SLES15. Cimitra ships as a […]

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Lars Vogdt
By: Lars Vogdt

July 22, 2019 12:53 pm

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Introducing Open Build Service, Version 2.10

We are pleased to announce the availability of Open Build Service (OBS) version 2.10! After more than one year of development, this new version of OBS brings a revamped web user interface, improved support for shipping your software in containers and integrating your package builds with source code management systems like GitLab and Pagure. […]

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By: Marcus Meissner

June 24, 2019 10:14 am

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Removal of IBRS mitigation for Spectre Variant2

As the Meltdown and Spectre attacks were published begin of January 2018, several mitigations were planned and implemented for Spectre Variant 2. What is Spectre Variant2? Spectre Variant 2 describes an issue where the CPUs branch prediction can be poisoned, so the CPU speculatively executes code it usually would never try to. For instance userspace […]

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Chris Lentricchia
By: Chris Lentricchia

April 8, 2019 5:50 pm

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Welcome to the CNCF, CRI-O!

This blog was contributed by Sascha Grunert, a software engineer at SUSE, and a contributor to CRI-O project. You can find Sascha on Github. CRI-O, the Open Container Initiative (OCI) implementation of the Kubernetes Container Runtime Interface (CRI), will join the Cloud Native Computing Foundation (CNCF) incubator today. The project provides an alternative container runtime […]

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Mike Dilio
By: Mike Dilio

March 26, 2019 12:47 pm

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SUSECON 2019 “MY KIND OF OPEN” Nashville, TN April 1-5

I am really excited about next week. I will be attending my first SUSECON and it’s in one of my favorite places, Nashville Tennessee. If you haven’t registered yet you still have time. Come join us so you can lead your company into a digital transformation by learning how to utilize open source […]

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By: timirnich

February 5, 2019 9:55 pm

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Containerized desktop applications with podman

Everybody is talking about containers these days, however most of the discussion revolves around use cases in the context of server applications. Today I’d like to discuss a maybe slightly unusual, but nonetheless interesting use case for containers: running Linux desktop applications within a container with otherwise unchanged look & feel. To add […]

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By: Erico Mendonca

December 7, 2018 1:59 pm

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KVM networking: a simple way to manage port forwards and configuration

QEMU/KVM offers powerful networking features, including the ability to create many kinds of networks for your VMs. These can be either an isolated network, a NAT network, or a bridge. There are built-in services that can be configured to serve DNS and DHCP (including PXE support), so you do not need to bother maintaining these […]

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Lawrence Kearney
By: Lawrence Kearney

November 27, 2018 2:06 am

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Deploying SLURM PAM modules on SLE compute nodes

Security in High Performance Computing (HPC) environments has always been a proposal of relativity. Striking a balance between implementing an adequate level of security and not interfering with “getting the science done”. In the simplest terms the primary security realms HPC systems and clusters are exposed to are environmental and user facing. More specifically […]

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andrewsteggles
By: andrewsteggles

October 31, 2018 1:20 pm

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Do You Need to Market your Open Source Project?

It’s an interesting question and one that I was asked to tackle recently at the Open Source Summit event in Scotland. Let’s first talk about what we mean by marketing. The Chartered Institute of Marketing defines marketing as "the management process responsible for identifying, anticipating and satisfying customer requirements profitably”. Philip Kotler, […]

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