By: Andreas Jaeger

April 1, 2015 2:23 am


Machinery 1.5 with System z and Power Support, Red Hat Inspection Fixes, Skipping Files

Alfred complained to the machinery team that he could not run machinery on System z and Power systems and run into a few issues with the Red Hat inspection. The machinery team has now released for SUSE Linux Enterprise 12 an update of the "Advanced Systems Management" module and made the module available for […]

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By: Michael Miller

April 29, 2014 1:11 pm


SUSE Linux Enterprise 12 and IBM POWER8

Once again SUSE and IBM are jointly developing the next generation of Linux for IBM hardware because, as the SUSE motto says, “We adapt, you succeed.” In 1999, SUSE worked with IBM to bring System z into a new era, bringing Linux to the mainframe. Now, we are applying our deep software engineering […]

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By: Darren Davis

February 13, 2014 11:23 am


IBM Power Development Cloud benefits the SUSE ISV

IBM just recently announced their new Power Development Cloud. This recent announcement is just one example of the many tools provided by IBM PartnerWorld and SUSE PartnerNet that benefits the SUSE ISV partner. While IBM’s Power Development Cloud is an excellent opportunity to get access to IBM’s wonderful Power System many of the […]

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By: linuxscribe

May 8, 2013 9:42 am


Mainframes and System z in Today's IT

If think of the ubiquitous platform for Linux, most likely you will think of x86. It is, after all, the platform upon which Linus Torvalds first created his enhancement of Minix and certainly the most commonly installed processor in the Linux world. If you are using seriously heavy workloads, you would be forgiven for thinking […]

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By: Sabine Soellheim

July 20, 2011 2:39 am


SUSE Studio 1.2 Accelerates Application Deployments to Cloud and Mainframe Environments

Guest Post by Brett H. Waldman With the recent acquisition of Novell by Attachmate, there has been some uncertainty around the future of the SUSE Appliance Program. However, with today's announcement of SUSE Studio v1.2, the newly formed SUSE group has put that uncertainty to rest. The updated version of SUSE Studio will be […]

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