By: Dobrin

March 20, 2019 10:24 pm

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Three Ways Long Term Service Pack Support (LTSS) Makes the Life of Enterprise IT Easier

Before I get to the three amazing things that calm down admins, developers and IT decision makers, I would like to take the opportunity and remind everyone of a few vital dates coming up: March 31, 2019. In other words, NOW. This is when SUSE Linux Enterprise Server (SLES) 11 Service Pack 4 reaches end […]

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Vincent Moutoussamy
By: Vincent Moutoussamy

March 14, 2019 11:28 am

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First Public Beta for SUSE Manager 4.0!

We are thrilled to announce Beta 1 of SUSE Manager 4.0 for: SUSE Manager Server, SUSE Manager Proxy, SUSE Manager For Retail.   Since SUSE Manager 4.0 Beta is a new Major version, we have a lot to share with you in this announcement and on the dedicated beta web page: https://www.[…]

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Matthew Johns
By: Matthew Johns

November 1, 2018 10:40 am

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Internal IT – the enabler and protector of enterprise data

A recent report from McAfee has revealed that while most organisations believe they use a very modest-sounding 30 cloud services, in reality they use approximately 1,935 services, a a frankly terrifying amount. This massive disconnect has been mainly caused by the advent of Shadow IT and an ever-escalating need for business agility. With cloud […]

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Matthew Johns
By: Matthew Johns

September 19, 2018 11:13 am

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Has the GDPR had any impact on businesses?

For those who have been living in a cave and missed all the talk of the European GDPR (General Data Protection Regulation) over the past few years, this new regulation caused quite a stir in the lead up to its launch on May 25th 2018. Promising record fines for non-compliance up to a maximum of […]

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bmwiedemann
By: bmwiedemann

August 29, 2018 2:23 pm

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Extending trust in our binaries: No backdoors have been found

I have written earlier on the advantages of reproducible builds One of the advantages of reproducible builds is that it allows to verify, that no backdoors have been added into a binary at build time. For that, you just have to build the same source with the same toolchain on your trusted machine. If the […]

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Jason Phippen
By: Jason Phippen

August 28, 2018 1:54 pm

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SUSE Manager Technical Overview-Part 2 How SUSE Manager Works

In this 3 part blog series we take a deeper look into SUSE Manager 3.2, looking at what the product does, how it does and how it is set up. Blog Part 1 - Discover SUSE Manager Blog Part 2 - How SUSE Manager Works Blog Part 3 - SUSE Manager Configuration Management &[…]

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Jason Phippen
By: Jason Phippen

August 21, 2018 9:59 am

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SUSE Manager Technical Overview – Part 1 Discover SUSE Manager

In this 3 part blog series we take a deeper look into SUSE Manager 3.2, looking at what the product does, how it does and how it is set up. Blog Part 1 - Discover SUSE Manager Blog Part 2 - How SUSE Manager Works Blog Part 3 - SUSE Manager Configuration Management Discover […]

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bmwiedemann
By: bmwiedemann

June 26, 2018 9:32 am

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reproducible builds in openSUSE and SLE

If you have been watching the news during the last 2-3 years, you might occasionally have heard about reproducible builds.   What are reproducible builds? The reproducible-builds project says “Reproducible builds” aim to provide a verifiable path from software source code to its compiled binary form. In its simplest form it means, that […]

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Joachim Werner
By: Joachim Werner

June 2, 2018 6:34 pm

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We’re back to Earth, and the Earth is flat! Welcome Uyuni!

Open Source is about choice, and making choices. One of the choices we made when we introduced SUSE Manager in 2011 was to not re-invent the wheel. Instead, we based SUSE Manager on the Spacewalk project. And we haven’t looked back ever since. Spacewalk provided us with a solid and mature code base that […]

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By: Marcus Meissner

May 21, 2018 9:00 pm

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SUSE Addresses Spectre Variant 4

Today, the Google Project Zero team disclosed an additional speculative execution method to obtain data that would otherwise be protected by the CPU. Google, together with CPU, hardware and operating system vendors have worked over the past months to prepare mitigations for this vulnerability, known as Spectre v4. The vulnerability is similar to others in […]

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