SUSECon 2015 – Session Highlights – Part 3
SUSECon 2015 is fast approaching — hitting Amsterdam (The Netherlands) this November.
Here’s just a quick sampling of the over 100 sessions available — on everything from OpenStack to Enterprise Storage to Linux Kernel patching.
The Open Build Service is a sophisticated tool that facilitates building and packaging software. With that sophistication comes some complexity, and the complexity demands some expertise. Users (those who do the building and packaging) typically enjoy a simple interface and comprehensive workflows, but the System Administrator who runs the Open Build Service has quite a lot of work to do to maintain the Service and keep it running smoothly. This technical tutorial aims to help anyone understand how the Open Build Service works, how it is organized and structured, and how to make the most efficient use of its many features.
Running mission critical applications on Linux in a VMware Virtual Infrastructure? Learn how the SUSE Linux Enterprise High Availability Extension can be used together with VMware vSphere High Availability to provide for enhanced application availability and failover across a cluster of virtual machines. Configuration best practices and a demonstration of Linux High Availability clustering on VMware will be shared during the session.
One Hour of Downtime Costs > $100K for 95% of all enterprises. Downtime of even a few minutes is expensive and unwelcome. The top business consequences businesses face are: sales losses, lost or damaged data, customer dissatisfaction, breach of contract or even regulatory compliance exposure. Nobody can predict an unplanned downtime which may ruin your business. However, what if you can prepare your infrastructure to be resistant to an unplanned downtime? What if you really can mitigate the additional costs and consequences and keep your business system running until the next planned downtime window? This session shows what SUSE can offer you to be prepared for the next unplanned downtime.