By: LarsMB

August 16, 2018 4:52 pm

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It’s Time to Start Looking at Software-Defined Storage

Even if you haven’t read our past posts here on the data explosion, the growth of enterprise data is probably no surprise to you. Whether it’s Facebook’s announcements of 900,000-square-foot data centers[1] or Ericsson’s estimates of 29 billion connected objects by 2022, data growth seems to be behind half the articles and announcements in technology […]

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Terri Schlosser
By: Terri Schlosser

August 9, 2018 2:30 pm

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10 Top Tech Trends – Why Open Source is Center Stage – Part 2

Free and open source software has a long and interesting history. It can trace some of its origins back to Richard Stallman’s annoying issue with a printer or to Linus Torvald’s computer science project while studying at the University of Helsinki. Things have certainly changed since then. Open source software is no longer simply a […]

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Mike Dilio
By: Mike Dilio

July 30, 2018 6:56 pm

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Your Existing Storage: Should It Stay or Should It Go?

In a recent blog we talked about today’s data explosion—and how it’s driven by the desire to keep more data than ever to extract all of its value. As you assess the need to trade your traditional storage in for a new solution that can meet your evolving requirements, there’s one important fact to start […]

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Dirk Oppenkowski
By: Dirk Oppenkowski

July 24, 2018 8:30 pm

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Transform Your Organization with SLES and SAP

For people who don’t work at SAP, it sometimes seems like we spend a lot of time writing about SAP. It’s not just because we like our alliance partner; it’s because we know your move to SAP S/4HANA will bring your organization huge benefits, and if you make SUSE a part of your move, we […]

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Raj Meel
By: Raj Meel

July 24, 2018 7:36 pm

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SUSE Linux Enterprise 15 is Generally Available

SUSE Linux Enterprise 15, a multimodal operating system, is generally available. You can download SUSE Linux Enterprise 15 from here. SUSE Linux Enterprise 15 marks a milestone. It is the next major release since SUSE Linux Enterprise 12 in 2014. Existing customers can use this as an opportunity to baseline their systems to SUSE Linux Enterprise 15 from older […]

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Daryl Stokes
By: Daryl Stokes

July 19, 2018 4:35 pm

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SUSE YES Certification for SLE 15 Now Available

On July 16, 2018 SUSE® officially released SUSE® Linux Enterprise 15. With this new release we also announce the availability of the YES System Certification Kit (SCK) version 8.1 for hardware systems. SCK 8.1 now provides certification support for SLE 15 including Xen and KVM Virtualization. SCK 8.1 includes certification for the following hardware platforms: Intel 64/AMD64 (x86-64 […]

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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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Valentin Rothberg
By: Valentin Rothberg

July 16, 2018 9:14 am

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CRI-O Container Runtime on SUSE CaaS Platform 3

Interested in Kubernetes and container runtimes? Great, here is what we have been working on with the open-source community! With the release of version 3 of SUSE CaaS Platform, we are proud to announce CRI-O as an opt-in container runtime that we offer as a tech preview to our users. CRI-O is a fully Kubernetes […]

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Lawrence Kearney
By: Lawrence Kearney

July 16, 2018 3:22 am

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Deploying SLURM using SLE HPC patterns

The expansion of High Performance Computing (HPC) beyond the niches of higher education and government realms to corporate and business computing use cases has been on the rise. One catalyst of this trend is increasing innovation in hardware platforms and software development. Both respectively drive down the cost of deploying supercomputing services with each iteration […]

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David Byte
By: David Byte

July 13, 2018 2:17 am

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Consumability – What Does It Mean?

Consumability, it’s an odd word that I like to toss around in regard to SUSE offerings in the market.  Given that it’s not well defined, I thought I’d try to help you understand what I mean when I say it. Rather than being some narrowly defined term, I believe that the phrase consumability encompasses a number of […]

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