Meet SUSE at HPE Technology and Solutions Summit in Bangkok


By: carolinapereira

March 1, 2017 12:14 pm





Yes, SUSE is back for another HPE Technology and Solutions Summit, this time in Bangkok.

We are ready for another meet up with Presales Consultants and Solution Architects from both HPE and Partners from March 6 to 10.

The Summit will provide the community with the opportunity to update their knowledge and skills on HPE products through 350+ technical sessions and 80+ hands-on labs.

When in Bangkok, go to Booth @G3 and talk to HPE`s preferred partner for Linux, OpenStack and Cloud Foundry solutions & HPE’s only certified, supported, and sold Ceph-based storage solution.

That’s us! 😉

Not the mention our SUSE experts will talk about Software-Defined Data Center; our leading platform for SAP HANA and Zero Dowtime.

Check us out:



  • Transform your Data Center with SUSE Software-Defined Infrastructure and retire quota faster by Peter Lees

7 March | 14:30–15:00

Thai Chitlada 2 – 2nd Floor



  • Start Your Software-Defined Data Center Transformation with SUSE Enterprise Storage by Hak Beng, Ng

8 March | 08:30–09:20 & 12:00-12:50

Apartment 3 – 9th Floor                  


  • Why is SUSE Linux Enterprise Server for SAP Applications the leading platform for SAP HANA? by Hak Beng, Ng

8 March | 09:30–10:20 & 14:00-15:00

Apartment 3 – 9th Floor                


  • “Downtime is Money” – Attain Zero downtime with HPE SuperDome X and SUSE Linux Enterprise Server by Peter Lees

8 March | 11:00–11:50 & 15:00-15:50

Apartment 3 – 9th Floor


See you there!


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Categories: Alliance Partners, Events, Software-defined Storage, SUSE Enterprise Storage, SUSE Linux Enterprise Server, SUSE Linux Enterprise Server for SAP Applications

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