SUSE Wins Software Defined Infrastructure Product of the Year!

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Every year the SVC Awards celebrate excellence in storage, cloud and digitilization, recognizing the achievements of end-users, channel partners and vendors.  The annual event was held last week and SUSE was proud to win the Software Defined Infrastructure Product of the year for SUSE OpenStack Cloud.

SUSE OpenStack Cloud was recognized for delivering improved agility, innovation and faster time to value, enabling our customers to conquer today’s competitive market and business challenges.  It takes the pain out of getting the robust, product ready private cloud you need to run business-critical workloads and drive business growth, with a solution that is quick to deploy, configure and manage.  This means you save money – an average 20 percent reduction in hardware infrastructure costs with a 3-year ROI of 380% and less than 6 months payback, according to a recent study. SUSE OpenStack Cloud is the open source private cloud solution of choice and a key part of the SUSE Software Defined Infrastructure approach.

We are honored to be recognized as a leader in SDI.  To learn more about the SVC Awards and to see a full list of the 2017 award winners, check out their webapge.

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Terri Schlosser
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Terri Schlosser

Terri recently joined the SUSE team as the Head of Product and Solutions Marketing. Prior to joining, Terri was at Rackspace where she was a Senior Marketing Manager for their OpenStack private cloud solutions, responsible for developing the solutions messaging framework and delivering a comprehensive integrated product marketing program. And before that Terri spent 16 years at IBM primarily within the Tivoli and Power Systems Software teams as a manager and individual contributor in marketing, product management, development, sales enablement and business development. She was even lucky enough to spend 2 years on assignment in the IBM software lab in Krakow Poland. Terri currently lives in Austin, Texas with her husband and 2 boys and loves spending time with her family, traveling and skiing.