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Open Source Linux and HPC discussions with our HPE fellows

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By: carolinapereira

March 14, 2017 8:39 am

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The year is moving fast and, if you are an HPE Solution Architect, Pre-Sales consultant or Channel Partner focused on HPC and Linux, you should meet our team next week in Grenoble.

HPE will host its “High Performance Computing & Open Source Linux Technical Excellence Symposium” from March 21 to 24 at their Competence Centre in Grenoble with over 100 breakouts covering HPE’s broad Enterprise products and solutions in an open source environment.

SUSE will be there! -> Check us out at Booth #4.

Since SUSE was named HPE`s preferred open source partner for Linux, OpenStack and Cloud Foundry solutions we have been working together even closer.

In Grenoble, we will talk about SUSE OpenStack Cloud* and SUSE Enterprise Storage**

*Did you see that SUSE just completed the Acquisition of OpenStack IaaS and Cloud Foundry PaaS Assets from HPE last week? Exciting times! 🙂 Read Michael Miller`s Blog for more details.

** Since June, 2016 SUSE Enterprise Storage is HPE’s only certified, supported, and sold Ceph-based storage solution.

Stay tuned to our agenda below and keep up with our Strategic Partnership at suse.com/hpe

  • Why SUSE Openstack Cloud is the platform of choice for hosting your Container Orchestration Engine?
  • Tuesday, March 21 -2 p.m. to 2:40 p.m. by Ralf Dannert

 

  • Start Your Data Center Transformation with Software-defined Storage
  • Thursday, March 23 – 11:10 a.m. to 12 p.m. by Darren Soothill

 

We will see you in Grenoble!

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Categories: Alliance Partners, Cloud Solutions, Events, OpenStack, Software-defined Storage, SUSE Enterprise Storage, SUSE OpenStack Cloud

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