With SUSE Manager, a new Service Pack is now just a few clicks away!

By: joachimwerner

February 8, 2013 2:09 pm





For quite a while SUSE Manager has been supporting Service Pack upgrades via AutoYaST and the SUSE Manager remote provisioning feature.

Now there is an even easier way of migrating a SUSE Linux Enterprise Server to a new Service Pack, built right into the SUSE Manager Web UI!

As usual I wanted to provide screenshots to you. But as we have nice screenshots in the documentation, I’m using the opportunity to advertise the online documentation instead.

If you want to check it out yourself, remember, we have a 60 day evaluation version.

This is Joachim Werner blogging live from SUSE in Nuremberg, where we adapt, so you succeed!

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Categories: Expert Views, SUSE Linux Enterprise Server, SUSE Manager

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