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Sleep Safe!: SUSE Linux Enterprise Server 12 Now Has Common Criteria Certification at EAL4+

Bryan Lunduke

May 3, 2016 9:30 am

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If you are running SUSE Linux Enterprise Server 12, you can now sleep better at night with assurance of the quality, security and compliance of your SUSE operating system. The reason is simple. Last month SUSE Linux Enterprise Server 12 achieved Common Criteria (CC) Certification at the Evaluation Assurance Level 4 (EAL4). The SUSE partner …

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SUSE OpenStack Cloud 6 on Dell PowerEdge

Bryan Lunduke

April 24, 2016 8:33 pm

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By Jim Riley, Global Alliance Director at SUSE SUSE OpenStack Cloud 6, the latest and greatest, is now available on Dell PowerEdge systems. We’ve worked with Dell to develop and release a reference architecture that outlines everything that goes in to this joint offering. This new solution brings together the versatility of OpenStack, the improvements …

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SUSE, Badlock and You.

Bryan Lunduke

April 8, 2016 9:58 am

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A Samba related security vulnerability, code named “Badlock“, was recently discovered by a member of the Samba team. Details of this particular bug have not yet been made publicly available by Samba — but SUSE is already at work to make sure that, when details are made public on April 12th, we will have patches …

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Introduction to Dr. Thomas Di Giacomo, SUSE’s new CTO

Bryan Lunduke

April 4, 2016 8:31 am

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Today, SUSE has announced that Dr. Thomas Di Giacomo has joined the SUSE team as the Chief Technology Officer.  Below, Thomas introduces himself in his own words. It’s very exciting to join SUSE.  Not only because of the Linux history SUSE has been part of, as one key contributor since decades with open source and its …

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How IT Impacts the Energy Industry

Bryan Lunduke

March 22, 2016 10:01 am

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by Magnus Källkvist, Territory Manager Norway, SUSE Since the 70s Oil and gas industry is a backbone for Norwegian economy. I’m just back from Stavanger where SUSE participated in the annual Computerworld event for energy companies Energyworld – IT in Oil & Gas . Talking to a lot of IT Managers there, main topic in …

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Ceph and storage management on SUSE with openATTIC

Bryan Lunduke

March 16, 2016 1:14 pm

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The following is a guest post from Lenz Grimmer from IT Novum. About a month ago, SUSE and it-novum announced a joint collaboration project around openATTIC, the open source storage management system sponsored by it-novum. I joined it-novum last July as product manager for openATTIC and I feel honored to lead this project from the it-novum …

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Has Ceph reached a LINUX style tipping point?

Bryan Lunduke

March 14, 2016 12:03 pm

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Everyone loves the underdog. The ‘David and Goliath’ story of how the little guys beat the huge corporations – the heroic, epic undertaking against the odds, seemingly impossible from the outset. We’re culturally hardwired for it across the generations, from the 60s generation who watched cowboys defeating Indians, to the 70s when Luke Skywalker defeated …

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DROWN patches available for SUSE Linux Enterprise

Bryan Lunduke

March 1, 2016 10:24 am

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Earlier today a security vulnerability known as “DROWN” was announced.  SUSE was on top of it and already has patches available for SUSE Linux Enterprise. What is “DROWN”? “DROWN” is an acronym that stands for “Decrypting RSA using Obsolete and Weakened eNcryption”.  Also known as CVE-2016-0800. It allows an attacker to decrypt a TLS connection …

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OpenSSH Security Vulnerability information and patch details.

Bryan Lunduke

January 14, 2016 10:24 am

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There’s a new security vulnerability in town that goes by the name of CVE-2016-0777 (and CVE-2016-0778). Catchy, I know. In a nutshell, this is a leak in the OpenSSH client that can allow malicious servers to get the private key of a roaming client. Obviously that is not a good thing. This vulnerability works by exploiting an undocumented …

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Open Source Software Defined Storage: why Ceph development is now, and always will be, a team sport.

Bryan Lunduke

January 11, 2016 7:13 pm

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‘‘East is East, and West is West and never the twain shall meet’. Rudyard Kipling Here’s a statement of the obvious: proprietary software, and open source software have diametrically opposed business models. The former is the traditional business model of software companies: the vendor writes the code exclusively in-house, defines the roadmap, and then sells …

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