SUSE Launches Private Beta Program for OpenStack-Powered Cloud Solution

By: Michael Miller

June 7, 2012 8:43 pm





Today is an important milestone here at SUSE. We’ve launched a private beta program for the industry’s first enterprise-ready private cloud infrastructure solution built on OpenStack and SUSE technologies.

As a platinum member of the OpenStack Foundation, we’re proud and excited to be developing a commercial  cloud solution that combines SUSE innovation and services with the OpenStack platform which is the most dynamic and fastest growing project in the cloud technology space.

This exclusive beta, based on the latest OpenStack Essex release, is the next step in delivering an open source cloud that is not only easy to deploy, secure and hardended for enterprise use, but also open and adaptable.

We’re working directly with enterprises and partners right now in real-world deployments to refine and shape the direction of this new solution which we will release for general availability later this summer.

If you’re ready to start building an interoperable, manageable and open-standards based cloud, contact us now and join the beta program. Just email us at

And stay tuned for more news as we get closer to launch.

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