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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Andreas Jaeger
By: Andreas Jaeger

March 11, 2019 7:59 am

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SUSE Studio Onsite End of Support

Anyone who's used the Open Build Service will know how easy (and free!) it is to use when creating and distributing software packages. As this has proven to be such a success, I'm announcing the end of support, or sunset, of the data center edition of SUSE Studio, SUSE Studio Onsite, from the 31st […]

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Michael Tabron
By: Michael Tabron

December 8, 2017 11:30 am

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SAP HANA customer adoption at supersonic speed

Back in August I wrote a blog about important updates for SUSE Linux Enterprise Server for SAP Applications, and I gave a shout out to SUSE alliance partner IBM for two years delivering SAP HANA solutions on the Power Systems platform. Well a few months later they achieved a significant milestone. There are now 1000 […]

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Andreas Jaeger
By: Andreas Jaeger

September 22, 2017 6:25 am

41,171 views

SUSE Studio online + Open Build Service = SUSE Studio Express

Merging SUSE Studio and Open Build Service SUSE Studio was launched in 2009 to make building images really easy. Nowadays, images are used everywhere – for public cloud you need images; container images are used to have small and movable workloads, and data center operators use golden images to start their workloads. As you may […]

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By: kgroneman

September 14, 2017 2:02 pm

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By: SUSE

September 21, 2016 10:30 am

3,908 views

Survival of the Fittest: Keep Your Business in the Game with DevOps

In today’s fast paced world, if you’re not first—you’re last.  Companies must be able to respond quickly to changes in both their internal and external environments, so adopting the latest and greatest technologies to enable them to do so is crucial to their survival.  Having the right culture and […]

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By: SUSE

September 16, 2016 7:30 am

1,844 views

Adapting for IBM LinuxONE

Today’s global business climate is fundamentally changing the way we develop, deploy and manage applications and technologies – especially on the mainframe.  The challenges of managing and controlling technology in our evolving world include dealing with the coexistence of distributed and cloud environments, the growing complexity in a world striving for simplification, the […]

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By: tleauanae

January 5, 2016 9:10 am

4,372 views

SUSE Embedded Solutions for Medical Devices

SUSE recently participated at the MD&M Minneapolis 2015 event, a show that brings in some of the top vendors and exhibitors that provide solutions for medical devices. Dennis Vetrano, a SUSE partner executive, discussed with attendees our SUSE Linux embedded solution for healthcare organizations that require a Linux operating system-based solution that is […]

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Andreas Jaeger
By: Andreas Jaeger

November 3, 2014 3:07 pm

2,629 views

SUSE Studio ready for SUSE Linux Enterprise 12

Today the SUSE Studio team has added support for SUSE Linux Enterprise 12 to our publicly hosted SUSE Studio instance as a technology preview. You can start with a SLE 12 version or upgrade your existing SLES 11 SP 3 templates. Studio supports all features of SUSE Linux Enterprise 12 including the new modules which […]

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By: Michal Svec

June 16, 2014 8:52 am

18,951 views

Welcome Docker to SUSE Linux Enterprise Server

Lightweight virtualization is a hot topic these days. Also called “operating system-level virtualization,” it allows you to run multiple applications or systems on one host without a hypervisor. The advantages are obvious: not having a hypervisor, the layer between the host hardware and the operating system and its applications, is eliminated, allowing a […]

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