Daryl Stokes
By: Daryl Stokes

July 19, 2018 4:35 pm


SUSE YES Certification for SLE 15 Now Available

On July 16, 2018 SUSE® officially released SUSE® Linux Enterprise 15. With this new release we also announce the availability of the YES System Certification Kit (SCK) version 8.1 for hardware systems. SCK 8.1 now provides certification support for SLE 15 including XEN and KVM Virtualization. SCK 8.1 includes certification for the following hardware platforms: Intel 64/AMD64 (x86-64 […]

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By: davidjrocha

July 11, 2018 4:54 am


Microsoft Azure Site Recovery supports SUSE Linux Enterprise Server

Microsoft Azure Site Recovery (ASR) now supports SUSE Linux Enterprise Server 11 SP3/SP4 and SUSE Linux Enterprise Server 12 SP1/SP2/SP3. This is great for customers that are planning to migrate systems to Microsoft Azure or customers who need to have a business continuity strategy for their Azure deployments. Migration Azure Site Recovery enables SUSE customers […]

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Jason Phippen
By: Jason Phippen

July 2, 2018 11:33 am


That’s your LOT RH – Polish Airlines Flying high, budgeting low with SLES and SUSE Manager!!

With passenger numbers growing by almost 30 percent annually, LOT Polish Airlines needed to ensure its systems could support rapidly expanding business. To gain flexibility and break the linear relationship between business growth and IT costs, LOT migrated from Red Hat Enterprise Support to SUSE® Linux Enterprise Server with Expanded Support, reducing OS subscription fees […]

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By: s_schmidt

June 8, 2018 2:25 pm


sapconf – A way to prepare a SLES system for SAP workload – Part 5

This is the fifth and last article about sapconf and it will tie up lose ends. NOTE: For further documentation check SAP note 1275776 and the man pages shipped with sapconf. Summary of important things If you install the reworked sapconf version for the first time: After installation, sapconf is enabled and started immediately with […]

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By: s_schmidt

June 8, 2018 12:04 pm


sapconf – A way to prepare a SLES system for SAP workload – Part 3

This is the third article about sapconf and it will cover the update from a previous (not reworked) version to a reworked one. NOTE: For further documentation check SAP note 1275776 and the man pages shipped with sapconf. Updating Normally updating a package is quiet simple. Non-configuration files are exchanged silently, configuration files only if […]

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By: s_schmidt

June 5, 2018 12:26 pm


sapconf – A way to prepare a SLES system for SAP workload – Part 1

As promised in the post “A new sapconf is available” this is the first article about sapconf. This series will cover the installation, update and configuration of sapconf, as well as giving a few tips what you should take care of and how to achieve certain things. To do so, I have set up a […]

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By: s_schmidt

June 4, 2018 3:14 pm


A new sapconf is available

Those who administrate systems running SAP applications on SLES may be already familiar with the configuration and tuning tool “sapconf”. For those who don’t, now is an excellent time to do so! A new improved version of sapconf has been released for SLES 12 SP1 onwards. Some key improvements are: one central configuration file (besides […]

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By: SaSoe

May 16, 2018 7:41 pm


40+ sessions you shouldn’t miss at SAP SAPPHIRE NOW 2018

SUSE and its Partner Ecosystem have teamed up to provide you with a number of exciting session at SAP SAPPHIRE  NOW & ASUG Annual Conference 2018. Choose between sessions in the SUSE Mini Theatre, SAP Theater 2 or Partner Theater Session. Don’t miss to visit the SUSE booth #859 with our co-exhibiting partners Datavard, IHT, […]

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John Dolen
By: John Dolen

May 3, 2018 2:57 am


SUSE Partners Provide Endpoint and Data Center Security

RSA Conference, a major information security event, wound down almost two weeks ago.  Hotel prices in San Francisco are back below stratosphere levels (at least for now), but the important work of protecting information continues.  At SUSE, security is a never ending process, and we are committed to delivering best effort security.  We also recognize […]

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Jay Kruemcke
By: Jay Kruemcke

April 16, 2018 12:01 pm


It’s all coming together for Arm in High Performance Computing

Creating a new computing platform is a colossal effort. It requires a new hardware architecture, processor design, processor fabrication, system design, operating system enablement and finally, application enablement. Historically, introducing a new computing platform was only attempted by large companies with the resources to attempt all of those tasks. Even then, most new platforms fail […]

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