Matthew Johns
By: Matthew Johns

July 16, 2018 11:48 am

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Are private clouds just too complicated?

Having previously looked at whether private clouds are cost prohibitive or not (hint: they generally aren’t, above a certain size), let’s have a look at whether setting up a private cloud is a complicated matter, and too much like hard work. Firstly, a definition of private cloud. In this instance, I’m referring specifically to an […]

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jacobperry
By: jacobperry

July 11, 2018 8:43 pm

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By: BBulmer

July 11, 2018 3:26 pm

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SUSE Academic Program: A New and Improved User Experience

After hitting the 1 year anniversary, the SUSE Academic Program website takes strides in improving user experience and enhanced education materials. Over the coming months, you will notice significant improvements to the Academic Program website including; updated on-demand training materials, easier access to downloads, access to support clarification and additional customer success stories. We listened […]

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Michael Friesenegger
By: Michael Friesenegger

July 6, 2018 9:58 pm

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Test drive managing z/VM with SUSE OpenStack Cloud 7

          SUSE is introducing a technology preview for managing IBM z/VM with SUSE OpenStack Cloud 7. Historically, SUSE OpenStack Cloud has focused on Intel based hypervisors like XEN, KVM, VMWare and Hyper-V.  We are looking to improve SUSE OpenStack’s support of IBM Z and LinuxONE but we need your feedback. What’s new about this? You are now […]

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frego
By: frego

July 3, 2018 9:42 pm

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Calling All SUSE ISVs! Don’t Miss SUSECON in April 2019.

Attention ISVs! There’s a reason the Chameleon and his buddies are smiling: SUSE is on a roll. In just the last 60 days: SUSE announced plans to partner with EQT, a development-focused growth investor with extensive experience in the software industry, in order to launch SUSE as a fully independent company (to be completed by […]

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scanova1
By: scanova1

June 30, 2018 12:22 am

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SUSE shines — at the 55th Design Automation Conference

What a week! I just returned from the 55th Design Automation Conference in San Francisco, and I have to say, what an event! No, it’s not my 55th DAC but it’s DAC’s 55th year, and what a history of community, collaboration, and innovation it’s been. The major tools, test, and platform vendors – providing the […]

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Thomas(T. R.) Bosworth
By: Thomas(T. R.) Bosworth

June 29, 2018 5:25 pm

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New Certification Testing for SUSE OpenStack Cloud 8

SUSE has added new OpenStack certification testing into both the SUSE Ready program and to the SUSE YES program.  These new additions allow hardware and software partners  to validate that SUSE OpenStack is operating properly when combined with their solution. Customers can be assured that a particular partner solution works with SUSE OpenStack Cloud 8. Certification […]

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Matthew Johns
By: Matthew Johns

June 26, 2018 4:40 pm

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Private Cloud – cost effective, or cost prohibitive?

One of the most common misconceptions around private clouds is that they are very expensive to build and run, and that most organisations would be better off using public cloud as it’s far cheaper. When you look at what’s involved in building a private cloud, it’s easy to see how people might jump to this […]

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Nefi Munoz
By: Nefi Munoz

June 18, 2018 8:55 pm

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Say “YES” to SUSE OpenStack Cloud Certification

With the release of SUSE OpenStack Cloud 8 (SOC), a new YES Certified Test Suite for SOC has been created. This new test suite will allow SUSE’s hardware partners to validate, ensure compatibility, and certify their entire hardware offering with SOC. Hardware partners who complete this new certification will obtain a YES bulletin for SOC […]

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bfine
By: bfine

June 18, 2018 5:37 pm

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SUSE Academic: The Growing Demand for Open Source Professionals

The 2017 Open Source Jobs Report, an annual survey of professionals and managers by the Linux Foundation, indicates that professionals with open source training are in high demand, and that demand is increasing.  In fact, 60 percent of companies are looking for full time hires, a 7% increase over last year’s report.  Furthermore, 67 percent […]

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