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OpenStack Turns 3–Wait, Already?
Tomorrow is a big party day for our colleagues over at OpenStack, as they celebrate their third birthday at OSCON. If you’re in the neighborhood, stop by.
SUSE Cloud 2.0 Beta Delivers, Well, Cloud
This is some big news: today, SUSE is launching the beta for SUSE Cloud 2.0, the cutting-edge of what’s possible for OpenStack. Based on OpenStack Grizzly, SUSE Cloud 2.0 features enhanced installation and management, more hypervisor support options, and hardened technology from OpenStack projects for networking and storage.
Why You Should Be Using SLES 11 SP3
When it comes to change, most IT shops and OEMs would prefer not to make a jump to a recent OS update until they absolutely must. I understand, I’ve been there and done that. Understanding the aversion, I am still encouraging every partner (end user, IHV or OEM) to make the jump to SLES 11 SP3.
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Enterprise Linux Everywhere: SAP HANA, ERP, Database, Mobile, and Cloud
Since the first release of Linux kernel in October 1991 by Linus Torvalds, happy coincidence and hard work of people projected this UNIX-like computer operating system to incredible market positions. Linux today is present in: Mobile devices, thanks to Android (using Linux kernel) , where 400 million Android devices activated in 2012…
Additional multimedia codec support for SLED 11 SP3
As with most Linux distributions, SLED’s out of the box multimedia capability is somewhat limited in terms of codec support. It has support for MP3, the OGG family and some others, but it doesn’t have support for commonly used codecs such as H264 and AAC and those required for DVD playback…
Blowing the I/O Performance Doors Off with KVM and SUSE Linux Enterprise Server 11 SP3
There’s a new breakthrough technology available as a Technology Preview in SUSE Linux Enterprise Server 11 Service Pack3 (SP3). It’s called “virtio-blk-data-plane”—and you’ve probably never heard of it. But it deserves a fanfare because it gives KVM the ability to handle unprecedented storage I/O rates more than 50% higher than its competition…
SUSE Enterprise Linux 11 SP3, Azure, and Interoperability
Interoperability is one of those terms that really doesn’t mean anything unless you actually do something about it. When I found out that SUSE Linux Enterprise Server 11 SP3 was available on Azure, it was interoperability that first came to mind.
SUSE Forum Expert
Aaron Burgemeister concentrating and spending a lot of his valuable time responding to questions in the SUSE forums
Be prepared? @SUSE Linux Enterprise 11 Service Pack 3 is the first enterprise #Linux to support #UEFI secure boot. http://goo.gl/QfcYF
#DoYouKnowSUSE : @NASA‘s Colombia Supercomputer is running a @SUSE Linux Enterprise OS http://1.usa.gov/1bu2egN
Now you can use SUSE Manager for OES Management!
In response to popular demand, they have now made it possible to manage OES11 systems using SUSE Manager. It can also be used to upgrade to OES11SP1.
SUSE Linux Enterprise 11 SP3: By the Numbers
4,096. 16. 4. Three seemingly unrelated numbers, each with special meaning to today’s release of SUSE Linux Enterprise Server 11 Service Pack 3 (SP3).
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.