This is the third blog in the series “SUSE YES Certification bulletin exposed” – designed to help SUSE Linux Enterprise customers and partners better understand what they can learn from a SUSE YES Certification bulletin. The goal is to lessen the stress of future hardware purchases. Last time, we covered the following information in the […]
February 3, 2015 3:33 pm2,159 views
January 29, 2015 9:17 am2,822 views
This is the second blog in the series “SUSE YES Certification bulletin exposed” – designed to help SUSE Linux Enterprise customers and partners better understand what they can learn from an online published SUSE YES Certification bulletin. The goal is to lessen the stress of future hardware purchases. Last time, we covered the following information […]
January 21, 2015 9:52 am2,572 views
What information is important for you to have documented on a SUSE YES Certification bulletin? Can the information documented on a bulletin help you with your hardware purchasing decisions, reduce future stress and eliminate a number of future pesky headaches? The correct answers are a “great deal of information that you may not have been […]
February 7, 2014 9:32 am3,182 views
With its followers growing in number, OpenStack is set to achieve the similar success as Linux – which became the most famous open source software project in just two decades. The OpenStack Community has attracted over 13,000 members across 132 countries and has over 150 participating companies – which is why the foundation considers OpenStack […]
June 27, 2013 7:58 am3,373 views
Over the past decade, SUSE has been a pioneer in helping to develop and commercialize enterprise virtualization technologies. This is the first post in a series outlining what we have done in the virtualization space and what we are planning to do—and there is a lot! Let’s first look at the history: in June 2006, […]
April 9, 2013 9:20 am9,451 views
KBOYLE explains some little-known details about managing your virtual machines. When you use Yast to “Create Virtual Machines”, it does several things. For example, suppose you create a VM (DomU) called “oes11”. The information you provide is saved in a file: /etc/xen/oes11. That information is also imported into the XenStore where it can be managed. You can then use “Virtual Machine Manager” to make changes to the DomU configuration saved in the XenStore. You can add devices, increase memory etc. but you will notice that none of those changes are reflected in /etc/xen/oes11.1.
February 29, 2012 9:01 pm3,919 views
I am thrilled that this week we released SUSE Linux Enterprise 11 Service Pack 2. It’s a big step forward for us at SUSE. This is the first major product update since we started operating as an independent business unit within The Attachmate Group. It’s also a good indication of our commitment to the SUSE Linux Enterprise platform. As you can see, the […]
September 16, 2010 3:03 pm1,302 views
Virtualization technology is a critically necessary solution to the ever-increasing demand to do more with less in your data center. This white paper begins by introducing you to the benefits of virtualization and explains the terminology used within the contexts of the Hyper-V and Xen virtualization technologies. The paper continues by diving into the concepts that are fundamental to any successful implementation of either Xen or Hyper-V.
March 19, 2010 4:26 pm2,766 views
As XEN only has limited authorization capability for its live migration and all the communication is unencrypted, this solution shows how to set up live migration over an ssh tunnel. Any authorization is handled via the ssh stack.
March 8, 2010 12:46 pm3,519 views