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You’re surrounded by SUSE
It is amazing just how prevalent SUSE Linux is in the background fabric of critical infrastructure. From the store, to the doctor’s office, to airplane flights, to managing your 401k, it is extremely likely that SUSE was involved in the critical processes behind it all.
SUSE Studio generated appliances (images) – and support
The SUSE Studio product manager explains how SUSE will support the appliances you generate with SUSE Studio.
The Narrowing Gap Between Linux and UNIX
Surprisingly, in this day and age, there are still people in the IT sector that hold enterprise Linux up to a software standard that is over four decades old: UNIX.
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VNC Two Factor Authentication for Remote Administration
Enabling two-factor authentication for Remote Administration VNC. Require administrators to authenticate to XVnc first, before the Gnome Login is even presented. Your Auditors will love this!
SUSE Virtualization Story
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!
Quietly Working To Meet Customer Needs
You might be surprised at all of the things SUSE is doing across cloud, the enterprise, and integrated solutions. But our customers aren’t.
Embedded versus Integrated Systems. What is the difference?
For me the use of a commercial open source operating system for embedded systems was interesting, which leads back to the question “what is the difference between embedded and integrated systems?”
Sieste – Siesta: Snap Before a Nap
It seems to be common around the world though, to not necessarily login to and logout from your workstation, but just suspend it, while not working on it.
XFS: The Enterprise File System of Choice
Few things in the Linux world get as much of a heated debate as the choice and usage of file systems. This debate has been raging long and hard between supporters of the major enterprise distributions for some years, with the two positions staked out being XFS and Ext4.
Halkbank Turkey and SUSE Linux Enterprise Server for System z
In an effort to cut complexity and costs in its IT environment, Halkbank has plans to grow on SUSE Linux Enterprise Server for System z on the IBM zEnterprise 196 system.
SUSE Linux does data big http://zd.net/13Xfntp
SUSE, WSO2 Implement PaaS Solution
At SUSE, we could not be more excited about the opportunity to offer our customers complete, 100% open source middleware and Platform as a Service, built with WSO2 technology deployed on SUSE Linux Enterprise Server and SUSE Cloud.
SUSE Young Technology Scholar Program
American Fork High School students have been studying SUSE Linux and Novell software under Lynne Yocom for over 15 years. Meet a few of the students, including the most recent recipients of the Young Technology Scholar Award and find out why they think IT is so important, and what they plan to do in the future.
@RodNashSUSE demoing @SUSE #Cloud at #Brainshare Melbourne. pic.twitter.com/2LUbuEyla3
Software Appliances – The return of the living dead?
Software appliances became the new trend. But then, somehow, the topic of cloud found its way into the press and into the mind of IT professionals. The conversations around software appliances became quiet.