By: scanova1

May 11, 2018 12:02 am


Greetings from “The Big Easy” and Nutanix .NEXT

We're just finishing up here at the Nutanix .NEXT event in New Orleans, and I have to say – what a city, and what an event! Here in “The Big Easy”, as New Orleans is affectionately called, Nutanix has been showing partners and customers how easy it is to deploy and gain benefit from […]

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Jay Kruemcke
By: Jay Kruemcke

March 26, 2018 6:57 pm


A small server for big companies – New Raspberry Pi support in SLES for ARM

When SUSE created a Raspberry Pi image for SUSECon in 2016, there was a tremendous amount of interest. We saw thousands of downloads in just the first few days. Many people asked, “When are you going to offer real support for the Raspberry Pi?” The answer is Now! Increasing customer demand drove our […]

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By: sanjeet777

November 13, 2017 10:37 am


The Data Deluge

We keep hearing everywhere about the growth that the storage industry is seeing.  But where is this growth coming from?  Are the drivers of this growth still what they were a few years ago?  And what’s how’s the industry responding to that?  Over the course of next few weeks, […]

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Andreas Jaeger
By: Andreas Jaeger

September 22, 2017 6:25 am


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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February 2, 2017 1:10 pm


Key Security Considerations for Embedded Linux Systems

From the outset, security needs to be a key ingredient in tooling embedded Linux systems—not an afterthought. Software security is a complex challenge as software has many of its own security features, such as authentication methods, encryption, intrusion prevention and detection, and backup. At the same time, it can also contain errors (both deliberate […]

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December 7, 2016 9:25 am


Embedded Systems and SUSE

For over two decades, SUSE has been a leading force in the development and advancement of Linux solutions. Over the years, the company has evolved with the times by paying careful attention to the needs of its customers, and by also keeping a watchful eye on the future in order to maintain a leading position […]

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October 31, 2016 8:12 am


New! SUSE StandUp: Gain Technical Knowledge In Only 15 Mins.

Looking at the high quality of our current SUSE Webinars and our excellent presenters, I bet that most of you are already familiar with these great Monthly 60 minute sessions! But, we have something brand new to share! We'd like to present our Monthly Technical Deep-Dive SUSE StandUp sessions; created for you to attend within […]

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October 14, 2016 7:35 am


“Democracy will prevail”: The silent majority

One of the more alarming places I have awoken is in a central London mansion ($40m+). More specifically in a silk fabric lined guest room on the top floor. Reasonably early in the morning I woke with an incredible thirst. I tried to find the kitchen for a glass of water. On entering the basement […]

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Joachim Werner
By: Joachim Werner

August 10, 2016 7:00 am


What do French Fries and SUSE Linux Enterprise Server have in common?

Did the headline catch your attention? :-) The answer is: Both are now coming pre-salted! And with the newest SUSE Linux Enterprise Server 12 Service Pack 1 "Second Edition" Just enough Operating System images (that's quite a mouthful) you don't even have to worry about your health: There are no known side effects! Salt […]

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By: jgordon

November 18, 2015 12:18 pm


Azure Files using azurectl

As a Linux desktop user, I wanted to find a way to use Azure files. There were a few options for creating an Azure Files Share. Unfortunately for me, none of them met my narrow view of acceptable software. I didn't want to install a Windows client. I didn't want to use Node.js. I […]

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