Get your head in the private cloud with Dell and SUSE

By: Nathan Barney

November 20, 2012 11:12 pm





Dell and SUSE are hosting a seminar series at Dell Solution Centers between November 2012 and January 2013 to demonstrate how you can start building an OpenStack-based private cloud. Please join us for this hands-on experience and see how quickly and easily you can build and deploy a private cloud using SUSE Cloud.

Each roadshow stop is being hosted at a Dell Solution Center. Attendees will be introduced to the combined solution of SUSE Cloud, the first enterprise-ready OpenStack-based private cloud solution, and Dell PowerEdge C servers. We will demonstrate how SUSE Cloud simplifies the setup and management of a private cloud because of its integration with Dell’s open source deployment, configuration, and management framework, Crowbar. Each session will also show customers how they can rapidly build and easily manage cloud applications with SUSE Studio and SUSE Manager. Attendees will get a hands-on, live experience using the Dell Solution Center servers, allowing them to fully understand how their users will be able to quickly access enterprise-class workloads, in the cloud, when they are needed.

There are four stops left on the tour:

  • November 28 – Washington, D.C.
  • December 5 – New York, NY
  • January 16 – Chicago, IL
  • January 23 – Silicon Valley, CA

Visit the registration site to register and for more information:

Can’t make it to one of the roadshow stops but still interested in knowing more about the Dell and SUSE Cloud solution? Send the team an email and they’ll answer any and all questions you might have.


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