By: Naji Almahmoud

September 22, 2014 12:12 am


Simpler Future with SAP and Partners: Your Choice of Innovation at Lower Cost and Higher Performance

Numerous practical examples demonstrate that SAP solutions with partners are continuing to make great strides in the IT market. This is especially true for SAP customers who migrate their business-critical applications to save costs and increase availability and system performance, including companies that rely on the in-memory database SAP HANA or want to make their […]

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By: Naji Almahmoud

January 20, 2014 2:17 pm


High Availability for SAP: SUSE Linux Offers 99.999 Percent

Whether it is Business Suite®, NetWeaver®, ERP®, or CRM®, when it comes to the reliability of business-critical SAP systems, I have noticed that most companies are no longer willing to compromise and now demand a high availability rate up to  99.999 percent. In other words, an application must never be down for longer than 5 minutes […]

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By: frego

April 9, 2013 10:52 am


SUSE Partner WANdisco Releases New Hadoop Version

On Monday, SUSE big data partner WANdisco announced the latest release of their Hadoop distribution, WANdisco Distro (WDD) version 3.1.1, powered by Apache Hadoop 2, which includes an enhanced, more intuitive user interface that simplifies Hadoop cluster deployment. WDD 3.1.1 is supported on SUSE Linux Enterprise Server 11 Service Pack 2. WANdisco holds a unique […]

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By: joanneharris

November 12, 2012 9:35 pm


New Best Practice Guide – SAP Enqueue Replication Server

SUSE, SAP and other partners have created best practice guides covering different aspects of setting up and configuring SUSE Linux Enterprise Server for SAP Applications together with mission-critical software solutions and we have just added another very important guide to the collection: Best practices for running SAP NetWeaver on SUSE Linux Enterprise Server with High […]

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By: paulsenj

June 1, 2012 1:02 pm


Novell OES Clustering with NSS on vSphere 4.x

For those IT shops wanting to enjoy the advantages of Novell clustering in their VMware environments, Victor Gehring pulls together information from various sources, along with personal experience, for what is intended be a complete configuration guide for this platform. The article assumes a working knowledge of SLES/OES, SAN’s and VMware.

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By: amiej

November 3, 2011 8:47 pm


SUSE Continues Broad Platform Support for OCFS2

OCFS2 Remains the Cluster File System Choice for All SUSE Certified Hardware Platforms Guest post – Kai Dupke, Senior Product Manager, SUSE Oracle’s decision (Oracle Doc ID 1253272.1) to limit its support for OCFS2 to Oracle Unbreakable Linux on Intel hardware has no impact on SUSE customers and you may continue to run OCFS2 on […]

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By: pjquairoli

November 2, 2011 8:54 am


SUSE Linux Enterprise Server for System z supports OCFS2

Did you know you can run the SUSE Linux High Availability Extension on IBM zEnterprise System?

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By: jkalcic

June 8, 2011 5:54 pm


High Availability for Sentinel Log Manager in 9 points …and many more links

This article provides the guidelines for the implementation of a High Availability (HA) cluster for Sentinel Log Manager (SLM) with SUSE Linux Enterprise High Availability Extension (SLE_HAE).

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By: rhasleton

March 11, 2011 11:26 am


Load Balancing SMT servers with a SLES11 SP1 HAE Cluster

My setup is 3 servers running in VMware Workstation, using an iSCSI backed disk for the shared storage. At the end of following this guide, you should have a 3-node HAE cluster, with 2 of the nodes running SMT and the 3rd node load balancing client requests between the 2 nodes.

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By: samprior

February 27, 2009 10:49 am


Clustering within clustering

Before starting I must state that this article is conceptual rather than a technical document. Having worked on a number of clustering and virtualisation projects I often hear people say “now we have high availability for our virtual machines we no longer need Novell clustering”. I would disagree…

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