Jason Phippen
By: Jason Phippen

March 31, 2020 2:09 pm

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Managing Compliance for Linux Systems with SUSE® Manager 4

SUSE® Manager 4 is a best-in-class open source infrastructure management solution that lowers costs, enhances availability and reduces complexity for lifecycle management of Linux systems in large, complex and dynamic IT landscapes. You can use SUSE® Manager 4 to configure, deploy and administer thousands of Linux systems running on hypervisors, as containers, on bare metal […]

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Michael Tabron
By: Michael Tabron

March 23, 2020 9:14 am

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SAP on SUSE: Everything You Need to Know – Blog Take 2

And, we’re back! Due to some unforeseen circumstances, we had to postpone the webinar “SAP on SUSE: Everything You Need to Know” but we’re all set to host it on a new date. On March 31 at 11:00 am US Eastern Time / 5:00 pm CET, I will be moderating the webinar […]

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John S. Tonello
By: John S. Tonello

December 9, 2019 6:11 pm

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Automation: The key to modern software-defined infrastructure

The heart of any good modern IT infrastructure is code that makes the software-defined systems in your data center, public clouds and edge devices consistent, repeatable and faster to deploy and recover. But modern automation is more than just a few bash scripts. At its best, it’s a layered approach to managing systems that’[…]

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berndschubert
By: berndschubert

November 5, 2019 5:12 pm

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berndschubert
By: berndschubert

September 9, 2019 8:43 am

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SUSE all you need to know @TechEd Las Vegas 2019

20 Years of Partnership, Trust and Innovation SUSE will be exhibiting at TechEd Las Vegas 2019. It’s going to be my second time and I’ am looking forward to be there. For this year we have a lot of demos on new features and capabilities available on our booth and we will also present […]

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Jay Kruemcke
By: Jay Kruemcke

July 23, 2019 11:42 pm

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SUSE Linux Essentials – Where are the compilers? Understanding the Development Tools Module

Compilers on SUSE Linux If you are new to SUSE Linux, you might have wondered why the C compiler on the system is so old. For example, on a SUSE Linux Enterprise Server (SLES) 12 Service Pack (SP) 3 system running on X86-64, the default gcc is version 4.8-6.189! Why isn’t the […]

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Jason Phippen
By: Jason Phippen

June 26, 2019 12:36 am

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From the store to the core to the cloud: Introducing SUSE Manager for Retail 4

We are very pleased to announce the availability of SUSE Manager for Retail 4! Built on SUSE Manager 4, SUSE Manager for Retail 4 delivers best-in-class open source infrastructure management, optimized and tailored specifically for the Retail industry. This latest release of SUSE Manager for Retail delivers new enhancements focused on improving operational efficiency, increasing […]

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Jason Phippen
By: Jason Phippen

June 26, 2019 12:33 am

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Much more with 4! Keeping your infrastructure Healthy, Secure and Compliant with SUSE Manager 4

SUSE Manager 4 MORE….. Opportunities to reduce costs and simplify management Visibility into your Linux based servers and devices Control over complex environments    Ok, before we dig a little into the “MORE” you could be getting with 4 let us first recap how SUSE Manager currently helps enterprise DevOps and IT operations […]

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Vincent Moutoussamy
By: Vincent Moutoussamy

May 28, 2019 9:41 am

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Release Candidate 1 is available for SUSE Manager 4.0

As part for the Public Beta Program we are thrilled to announce Release Candidate 1 of SUSE Manager 4.0 for: SUSE Manager Server, SUSE Manager Proxy, SUSE Manager For Retail.   Migration from SUSE Manager 3.2 is now possible Instructions to migrate from version 3.2 to 4.0 are still missing […]

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Vincent Moutoussamy
By: Vincent Moutoussamy

May 27, 2019 9:14 pm

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First public beta of SUSE CaaS Platform 4.0!

We are happy to announce the first public beta of SUSE CaaS Platform 4.0   We are starting with Beta 2 for the Public Beta Program because Beta 1 didn't meet our quality standard and we would to keep our internal beta naming in sync with our public beta naming. That being said […]

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