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Last week SUSE announced availability SUSE Cloud Application Platform 1.1, the latest version of our flagship application delivery solution that brings advanced Cloud Foundry productivity to modern Kubernetes infrastructure, helping software development and operations teams to streamline lifecycle management of traditional and new cloud native applications.  The new release delivers on SUSE’s commitment to rapidly advance the platform, introducing support for public cloud Kubernetes infrastructure that will speed time to value on public clouds and new backup/restore capabilities to help protect or migrate Cloud Foundry environments.

With SUSE Cloud Application Platform 1.1 you can:

Speed time to value on public clouds with support for public cloud Kubernetes infrastructure. Save time setting up you public cloud deployment of SUSE Cloud Application Platform by leveraging managed Kubernetes infrastructure already in place and available from leading public cloud providers.  Kubernetes services provided by the new Azure Container Service (AKS) are supported immediately in the 1.1 release, with support for Kubernetes services from additional public cloud providers to follow.

Protect or migrate your Cloud Foundry environment more easily with backup/restore capabilities.  Used within the context of a larger disaster recovery plan, the new backup/restore capability can help simplify and streamline recovery of the SUSE Cloud Foundry environment, including your applications.  You can also use backup/restore capabilities to migrate from one Cloud Foundry instance to another, facilitating your ability to move between private and public cloud instances, for example, or between different Cloud Foundry distributions.

Want to learn more about SUSE Cloud Application Platform?  Get the details here!

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