By: Meike Chabowski

October 11, 2022 4:42 pm

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SAP HANA Cluster – automated OS patching with SUSE Manager and Salt states

The following article has been contributed by Bo Jin, Sales Engineer at SUSE and Linux Consultant.     Challenge and motivation SUSE Linux Enterprise Server for SAP Applications is not just a great product for running SAP workloads. SUSE also provides best practice guides for building up reliable SAP HANA SR high availability […]

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By: Michael Tabron

January 20, 2021 7:47 pm

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How to boost operational efficiency across all your SAP landscapes

Avoiding downtime can sometimes feel like a never-ending struggle, as IT teams grapple with planned or unplanned outages. But what if you could identify potential problems automatically — and solve them before they impact your SAP services? In a single move, you could improve availability and operational efficiency dramatically. What's the cost of downtime for […]

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By: Jacob Perry

July 11, 2018 8:43 pm

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By: Raj Meel

July 11, 2017 11:51 am

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Live Patching superhero doesn’t reboot from Stack Clash

If you were staying up late to patch your servers when the Stack Clash vulnerability recently showed up then you are not alone. However, you could join the select club of super savvy admin superheroes who didn’t have to shut down systems to patch Stack Clash. Stack Clash can be patched without bringing down […]

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By: Kim Sherman

November 8, 2016 8:37 am

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SAP, SUSE and Hitachi – A high performance SAP HANA engine with zero downtime

Such a busy week at SUSE. We have SUSECON underway and we are participating in the 20th anniversary of TechEd with a stop in Barcelona. Our partner, Hitachi, is at TechEd Barcelona as well. They are featuring “The Excavator” to demonstrate how you can experience the exhilaration and resiliency of a finely tuned SAP […]

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By: Dirk Oppenkowski

October 21, 2016 11:40 am

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Under Pressure in the Pursuit of Zero Downtime

The business of data center infrastructure can often feel like carpentry or home repair, as pieces need to be monitored, replaced and modernized. So if maintaining a data center is like fixing a house, you need to choose a reliable foundation, especially for your mission-critical workloads. Here’s where the analogy breaks down: unlike home […]

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By: Sabine Soellheim

August 17, 2016 2:28 am

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Towards Zero Downtime for Your Digital Architecture at SAP TechEd

In the digital age, downtime isn’t an option. Whether planned downtime for SAP HANA or the unpredictable downtime from failures, your business is incurring loss. In either case, you are under pressure to supply more uptime in the data center to stay competitive and meet customer demands. For SAP HANA there are two questions […]

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By: Joanne Eames

June 27, 2016 7:45 am

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Michael Miller talks about why he’s running for President……

So having already been made a President of Strategy, Alliances and Marketing, last year, it’s not surprising that Michael Miller is now setting his goal on something a little bit bigger! President of … SUSECON 2016…. Did you think I meant of the United States! Well Michael believes there’s great value in SUSECon […]

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By: Douglas Jarvis

December 19, 2014 11:24 am

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Towards Zero Downtime OpenStack Clouds

For businesses of all kinds holiday cheer can quickly go from Ho! Ho! Ho! To Oh No! No! No! Cause when it comes to downtime failure is not option for enterprise IT organizations. Whether caused by operational failures, natural disasters or other events, periods of downtime can have significant consequences for business. As companies move […]

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