Meet SUSE at HPE Technology and Solutions Summit in Cannes


By: carolinapereira

January 12, 2017 11:23 am





Yes, 2017 is here and we should get to February in the blink of an eye. 😉

We will then gladly meet with Presales Consultants and Solution Architects from both HPE and Partners for another year as a sponsor of HPE TSS in Cannes from Feb 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.

Not the mention the SPONSOR SESSIONS where our SUSE experts will focus on one of HPE`s Transformation Areas: “Empower the data-driven organization” and talk about:


  • Software-defined Storage (Breakout 512 – Wed, Feb 8 – 14:00 – 14:50 by Darren Soothill). Build your agenda HERE

 Did you know? SUSE Enterprise Storage is HPE’s only certified, supported, and sold Ceph-based storage solution.



  • The benefits of our solutions for the SAP ecosystem (Breakout 517 – Thu, Feb 9 – 16:30 – 17:20 by Rob de Canha-Knight). Build your agenda HERE

Hint: SUSE is the primary choice for SAP HANA installations in the world!


When in Cannes, go to Booth #7 and talk to HPE`s preferred open source partner for Linux, OpenStack and Cloud Foundry solutions. That’s us!


You will also bring a plush chameleon home so you guarantee the trip was worth it! 🙂

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

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