By: Manoella de Vargas van Meegen

October 7, 2022 9:23 am

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SUSE Launches its Inaugural Customer Awards at SUSE Exchange London and Munich

As we celebrate our 30th anniversary this year, we launched the inaugural SUSE Customer Awards to praise the success of our customers. We received 20 nominations for our customers in EMEA across two categories:  Digital Trendsetter – for the most innovative application of SUSE’s solutions  Excellence in Business Transformation – for outstanding business results […]

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By: Marcus Meissner

September 15, 2022 2:14 pm

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SUSE adds security automation support for Kernel Live Patches

SUSE has found that security automation is not handling SUSEs kernel livepatches very well. To understand the underlying problem and ways toward a solution, lets first look at the underlying concepts. Kernel Livepatching Kernel livepatching is a technology where functions within a running Linux kernel are patched to fix security issues, without rebooting or even […]

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By: Vishal Ghariwala

August 31, 2022 10:21 pm

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An Edge Vision for the Metaverse

Having many hundreds of interconnected devices in what we now call edge environments is nothing new. In manufacturing and engineering facilities, PLCs (programmable logic controllers) have been attenuating and monitoring industrial devices since the invention of the microchip. What's different now is that the concept of what will comprise a network node is changing rapidly, […]

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By: Vishal Ghariwala

July 6, 2022 10:25 pm

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The Developers focus, the Team quickens

Today, we find that there is a common tendency in larger organizations for management and oversight of development projects to be given greater importance than the actual creation of value by people writing, iterating on, and shipping code. It’s not always the case, and sometimes the lowly developer might feel like he or she […]

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By: Marcus Meissner

July 4, 2022 11:26 am

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Applying DISA STIG hardening to SLES installations

Introduction The DISA and SUSE have authored a STIG (Secure Technical Implementation Guide) that describes how to harden a SUSE Linux Enterprise system. The STIG is a long list of rules, each containing description, detection of problems and how to remediate problems on a per rule basis. While originally STIGs are supposed to applied manually, […]

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By: Jeff Reser

June 20, 2022 12:00 pm

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Innovation Without Disruption: Introducing SUSE Linux Enterprise 15 SP4 and Security

[This blog post is contributed by Blaine Stone, Certification Compliance Program Manager at SUSE.] At SUSE, we take security seriously. The major areas of our focus are: Secure the Foundations; Secure the Product; Secure the Supply Chain; and Confidential Computing SUSE has been working on a security for a long time now, because we […]

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By: Vince Matev

June 6, 2022 1:15 pm

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Test and Configure Active Security for Containers and Kubernetes on Rancher Desktop via Calico Cloud

SUSE GUEST BLOG AUTHORED BY: Nigel Douglas, Technical Product Marketing Manager for Partnerships and Alliances, Tigera   An open-source desktop application for Mac, Windows and Linux, Rancher Desktop runs Kubernetes and container management on your desktop. You can choose the version of Kubernetes you want to run. You can build, push, pull, and run […]

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By: Glen Kosaka

May 17, 2022 7:58 am

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SUSE NeuVector 5.0 Delivers a Powerful Open Source Security Platform

I’m excited to announce the general availability of the SUSE NeuVector container security platform. This release makes a full lifecycle container security platform available to all enterprises and users worldwide through an Apache v2 licensed open source software model.    As container security continues to be a critical need for organizations building […]

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By: Fei Huang

May 17, 2022 7:55 am

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A Zero Trust, Open Source, Cloud Native Security Model

By now you’ve probably heard about zero trust security. Zero trust is more than the latest tech marketing buzzword; it’s a practical approach to securing container environments. This model emerged as the application/service perimeter began to disappear as we evolved from physical devices to VMs, microservices and finally, distributed workloads in the cloud […]

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