At SUSE, we are committed to giving our customers the choice to run their SUSE solutions where they want to, on a physical server, virtual machine or container platform, in their own private cloud, or in the cloud of a third party Infrastructure as a Service (IaaS) provider. That’s why we are happy to announce today that OrionVM and SUSE have teamed up to make SUSE Linux Enterprise Server the first open source enterprise-supported Linux operating system instances available on the OrionVM Wholesale Cloud Platform.

OrionVM provides a turnkey solution for cloud providers to easily leverage next-generation infrastructure perfectly tailored to meet their deployment goals, whether for internal consumption or for offering cloud hosting services. The OrionVM wholesale IaaS platform provides a complete end-to-end cloud offering ‘out-of-the-box’ that includes everything businesses need to deliver a turnkey suite of enterprise-grade cloud services to their end customers.

And the OrionVM cloud is built with game-changing technology. Their hyper-converged, software-defined storage and networking architecture is built with HPC components and leverages Infiniband technology that enables OrionVM to offer clients stellar I/O performance.

If you want to know more about how OrionVM and SUSE are working together, read the press release and visit orionvm.com/suse

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Category: Cloud Computing, CSP, Enterprise Linux, Technical Solutions
This entry was posted Thursday, 14 December, 2017 at 7:56 am
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