Swing By SUSE Booth 1860 at Microsoft Ignite!

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Stop by Booth 1860 in Atlanta’s Georgia World Congress Center and meet our Cloud and Linux experts from our Engineering, Alliances, Business Development and Sales teams to learn how Microsoft and SUSE solutions will ignite your innovation!

Here’s some questions we look forward to answering – at the booth or on the blog! 

  • How can I manage Linux and Windows across cloud?
  • Where does Microsoft Azure fit into my SAP landscape?
  • What does it mean to move from Windows or UNIX to Linux?
  • What is the best cloud strategy for your SAP workload?
  • What is the migration path to S/4HANA?

There are dozens of sessions this year covering Linux so let’s help you filter out some possibly great sessions to go check out!

Learn About Linux on Azure:

See why Microsoft loves Linux and Open Source | More Info

Michael Kelley Principal PM Manager, Microsoft

You’ve been hearing that Microsoft loves Linux. What changed? Why does Microsoft love Linux and open source? This session is a broad overview of Microsoft’s approach to Linux and open source, including the business drivers and the benefits for you. It surveys Microsoft’s work with Linux and open source, both in on-premises environments and in the Azure cloud. Hear about Linux on Hyper-V, System Center, PowerShell DSC, OMS, Azure Stack, Azure IaaS, Azure PaaS, as well as SQLServer on Linux and the Windows Subsystem for Linux.

Learn how to run Linux and Containers in the cloud with OSS on Azure | Interactive Workshop | More Info

In this workshop, we show you some of the capabilities that Microsoft Azure provides. We start by helping you setup a free Azure account, then turn you loose on anything and everything from deploying and configuring your favorite Linux Distro, like SUSE, to running web apps with Docker. There are five different “micro-tracks” designed to let you pick your prison and build it out in 30 minutes or less. We hope you try two or three.

Run HPC simulation workflows in Microsoft Azure | Deep Dive | More Info

High performance computing (HPC) applications are some of the most challenging to run in the cloud due to requirements that can include fast processors, low-latency networking, parallel file systems, GPUs, and Linux. We show you how to run these engineering, research and scientific workloads in Microsoft Azure with performance equivalent to on-premises. We use customer case studies to illustrate the basic architecture and alternatives to help you get started with HPC in Azure.

See you at the show!

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