By: linuxscribe

July 23, 2013 11:08 am


SUSE Cloud 2.0 Beta Delivers, Well, Cloud

This is some big news: today, SUSE is launching the beta for SUSE Cloud 2.0, the cutting-edge of what's possible for OpenStack. Based on OpenStack Grizzly, SUSE Cloud 2.0 features enhanced installation and management, more hypervisor support options, and hardened technology from OpenStack projects for networking and storage. That's not all: we've made […]

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By: Nathan Barney

June 20, 2013 9:03 am


Dell TechCenter to Host SUSE Cloud Demo

This blog post was originally posted on Dell TechCenter Blogs by Rafael Knuth. OpenStack is on its way do become the open source software based standard for private and public clouds: Backed by more than 200 vendors such as AT&T, Cisco, Dell, IBM, Rackspace and SUSE, with more than 800 developers contributing code […]

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By: Phillip Cockrell

February 4, 2013 2:09 pm


SUSE's partnership with Dell

The last few days the relationship SUSE has with Dell has been on my mind. They’ve actually been top of mind for a couple of months. We had a lot of fun at Dell World in December with a booth in the OEM Solutions area, talking to customers about the benefits of using SUSE […]

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By: coolguys

January 11, 2012 9:22 am


SUSE Linux Enterprise Server now available on Dell Cloud

Good news for Dell customers. SUSE Linux Enterprise Server is now available to customers through Dell's new public cloud offering, Dell Cloud with VMware vCloud® Datacenter Service. SUSE Linux Enterprise Server is the first Linux operating system available to customers through the Dell Cloud. Now, Dell customers can efficiently run a wide range of ISV […]

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