Drew
By: Drew

June 21, 2017 4:05 pm

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Hardware YES Certification with an installation kit or driver kit (also known as kISO)

An installation or driver kit from SUSE is simply a method to deliver the latest SUSE Linux Enterprise related drivers or other software in a packaged and supported bootable image. Installation kits can be used for any of the following reasons: To update storage drivers, which require very early loading in the installation and boot […]

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By: SUSE

June 5, 2017 10:20 am

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Running time-sensitive mission-critical applications using SUSE Linux Enterprise Real Time (SLERT)

As we know that operating system (OS) is the system software that manages computer hardware and software resources and provides common services for computer programs.  Basically, all computer programs, excluding firmware, require an operating system to function. Nowadays, there are many types of OS such as General Purpose operating system, Time Sharing operating system, Distributed […]

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By: SUSE

May 24, 2017 9:09 am

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How Low Can You Go?

Every since my days on dial-up internet and telnet MUD’s, I’ve always been interested in low-bandwidth utilities. After all, not every user get’s to live in an area that provides unlimited high-speed broadband. Some, like those who depend on cellular or satellite internet, have to choose between work and watching a few YouTube videos. This […]

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chabowski
By: chabowski

April 24, 2017 6:49 am

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The Mainframe versus the Server Farm – A Comparison

The following article has been contributed by Carla Schroder, Technical Writer at the SUSE Documentation Team. The original article has been published in German at DataCenter Insider. A big “Thank You” to chief editor Ulrike Ostler for the permission to publish the article in English at the SUSE blog.     Google, Facebook, and Twitter own giant […]

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By: Phillip Cockrell

April 20, 2017 7:18 am

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SUSE and the Software-Defined Ecosystem

Agility. That’s the ultimate goal for today’s IT infrastructure. If it can be achieved cost-effectively and with minimal risk, then all the better. The challenge is making it happen. That’s where we at SUSE come in. SUSE is uniquely positioned at the nexus of the software-defined infrastructure ecosystem. We work with and bring together hardware, […]

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chabowski
By: chabowski

March 27, 2017 7:18 am

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KVM and IBM z Systems: No Need to Niggle Thanks to New SUSE Best Practices

Innovation is a key driver for SUSE, and our goal is to provide you with choice and flexibility. One technology where SUSE steadily invests – as a critical area of innovation – is virtualization. Over the past decade, SUSE has been a pioneer in helping to develop and commercialize enterprise virtualization technologies—especially the hypervisor. In […]

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By: SUSE

March 1, 2017 12:18 pm

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SUSE Enterprise Storage – Virtual Machine Use Case

Everyone is talking about how Software Defined Storage, powered by open source Ceph technology is redefining the storage market. It allows corporations to create a highly scalable storage infrastructure with commodity, off-the-shelf (COTS) servers and disk drives. SUSE Enterprise Storage (SES) allows you to add, remove or replace OSD nodes on the fly, without bringing […]

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By: Michael Friesenegger

March 1, 2017 12:01 am

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Virtualization and SUSE KVM support on IBM z Systems and LinuxONE

SUSE has been contributing to KVM development and has included and supported KVM in SUSE Linux Enterprise Server (SLES) for many years. This is true for SLES for Intel based systems while KVM for IBM z Systems and LinuxONE has been an evolution to fully supported. SUSE has included a technical preview of KVM since […]

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Drew
By: Drew

February 13, 2017 2:30 pm

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By: SUSE

November 21, 2016 8:33 am

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What happened to kernel-xen?

Those of you in a Xen environment may have noticed a change with recent versions of openSUSE Tumbleweed, or the newly released SUSE Linux Enterprise Server 12 SP2 and openSUSE Leap 42.2. Whether you are looking at a Xen host (dom0), or a paravitual Xen guest (domU), the running kernel is now kernel-default. What happened […]

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