SUSE Sessions at BrainShare 2013

By: ssalgy

October 30, 2012 3:47 pm





SUSECon is clearly the event to attend if you want a deep dive on SUSE technologies. But in case you missed SUSECon, they are bringing a handful of their best sessions to BrainShare 2013. Here’s what you’ll find:

SUSE Linux Enterprise Technology Roadmap
Get a comprehensive overview of the SUSE® Linux Enterprise family, including its latest technology roadmap, upcoming products and service packs.

SUSE Cloud in 2013
SUSE Cloud 1.0 is here, but the next releases are already in progress. Learn about the direction of the upstream OpenStack and Crowbar community projects, as well as our plans for integrating products such as SUSE Studio™ and SUSE Manager with upcoming releases of SUSE Cloud.

Troubleshooting SUSE Linux Enterprise Server
Attend this highly interactive session to learn how to diagnose and fix different problems using SUSE Linux Enterprise Server.

Virtualization with SUSE Linux Enterprise Server: Capabilities, Best Practices and Guidelines
Included in SUSE Linux Enterprise Server 11 is commercial support for Xen, KVM and Linux Containers. Which solutions are best suited for which circumstances? Learn about key features, management tools, and integration with other SUSE Linux Enterprise products.

SUSE Manager
SUSE Manager is an open source solution for centralized provisioning and configuration of systems running SUSE Linux Enterprise and other enterprise Linux distributions. It offers the provisioning of new bare-metal and virtual systems, as well as quick deployment and life-cycle management. Systems can be supervised and software deployed in a controlled manner.

See all the SUSE sessions here.

Also — you can take advantage of several Advanced Technical Training sessions about Linux, and SUSE Linux Enterprise. See the ATT sessions here.

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