SUSECon 2015 arrives in Amsterdam (The Netherlands) this November — and, with it, a smorgasbord of sessions across a wide array of Open Source, Enterprise and Linux related topics. Here are just three of them.
Come join in on this awesome hands on deployment experience utilizing SUSE OpenStack Cloud. We will walk you through step by step on hardware provided in class. By the end of class you will have a fully functioning OpenStack environment that you can create tenants, launch instances, and test its highly available control plane for a zero downtime experience. You will be able to take away material you can use to deploy OpenStack again in your own labs or anywhere else
This presentation will explain the benefits of a new toolchain and how you can use it for development and optimization of own applications and for delivery to others. SUSE has updated the toolchain (GCC, binutils, GDB) regularly with SUSE Linux Enterprise, first as part of the SDK and now with the Toolchain Module. We’d like to help you take full advantage of these updates.
Machinery is a systems management toolkit for Linux. It supports configuration discovery, system validation, and service migration. It is part of the SUSE Linux Enterprise 12 “Advanced Systems Management” module. We will show how this tools can help system administrators with their daily tasks and like to discuss future plans.