ccrowell
By: ccrowell

September 19, 2018 2:16 pm

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Microsoft and SUSE Offer Substantial Cost Savings for Customers Interested in Purchasing “Reserved Instances” of Azure

SUSE provides seamless integration of open source software with Azure services for customers who have mission-critical applications. Customers gain greater choice and the flexibility required for hybrid cloud environments—with certified workloads, unified system management, support from SUSE, plus support for enterprise applications from Microsoft and SUSE. SUSE and Microsoft‘s long-[…]

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Pedro Giacomini Amaro
By: Pedro Giacomini Amaro

September 14, 2018 11:05 pm

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SAP Forum 2018, um evento marcante para a SUSE!

A parceria entre SUSE e SAP não é nenhuma novidade. As empresas mantém uma forte aliança há mais de 18 anos, que beneficiou clientes dos mais diversos setores com soluções de alta performance e extrema confiabilidade, excel[…]

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ccrowell
By: ccrowell

September 11, 2018 2:38 pm

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Come see us at Booth 116 at Microsoft Ignite – September 24-28th!

Stop by the SUSE Booth in Orlando’s Orange County Convention Center. Learn how Microsoft and SUSE solutions will IGNITE your digital transformation!  Here are some questions we look forward to answering! How can Linux fuel my digital transformation? Where does Microsoft Azure fit into my SAP landscape? What is […]

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BBulmer
By: BBulmer

September 10, 2018 6:06 pm

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The SUSE Academic Program Surpasses 500 participants globally

The end of summer often marks the start of a new academic year and SUSE has been working hard to reach more students than ever this coming year. As growth for demand in open source skills continues, so has SUSE efforts to meet those needs. According to The Linux Foundation’s 2018 Open Source […]

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Vincent Moutoussamy
By: Vincent Moutoussamy

August 31, 2018 2:29 pm

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bmwiedemann
By: bmwiedemann

August 29, 2018 2:23 pm

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Extending trust in our binaries: No backdoors have been found

I have written earlier on the advantages of reproducible builds One of the advantages of reproducible builds is that it allows to verify, that no backdoors have been added into a binary at build time. For that, you just have to build the same source with the same toolchain on your trusted machine. If the […]

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Jason Phippen
By: Jason Phippen

August 28, 2018 1:54 pm

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SUSE Manager Technical Overview-Part 2 How SUSE Manager Works

In this 3 part blog series we take a deeper look into SUSE Manager 3.2, looking at what the product does, how it does and how it is set up. Blog Part 1 - Discover SUSE Manager Blog Part 2 - How SUSE Manager Works Blog Part 3 - SUSE Manager Configuration Management   Part 2 - […]

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Knut Trepte
By: Knut Trepte

August 14, 2018 11:00 am

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SUSE addresses the “L1 Terminal Fault” issue

Today, the security community and industry vendors revealed information about a hardware security vulnerability called “L1 Terminal fault”. Very similar to Meltdown in its nature, the vulnerability is sensitive to a side-channel-attack during speculative execution, and may lead to the disclosure of otherwise protected data. While a full resolution can only […]

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mvarlese
By: mvarlese

August 7, 2018 7:27 am

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Accelerate your network with OvS-DPDK

Introduction First of all, to set some expectations to you, this blog-post does not focus on what DPDK or OpenVSwitch (OvS) are but it tries to provide the information required to have them running on a SUSE distribution. If you require detailed information about DPDK or OvS design, architecture, internals or API then please […]

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By: msmeissn

August 6, 2018 5:00 pm

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SUSE addresses “SegmentSmack” attack

Today, on August 6th 2018, researchers from FICORA have published a remote denial of service attack against Linux Servers, called "SegmentSmack" (CVE-2018-5390). Due to inefficient programming remote attackers could use a lot of compute resources by exploiting worst-case behaviour in the TCP segment reassembly code of newer Linux Kernels, which […]

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