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SUSE: New Linux jobs showing up every day

amiej

April 20, 2012 7:57 pm

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The economic slowdown has forced businesses to look at ways to cut costs while maintaining performance, both of which open source software such as Linux can provide. However, to navigate Linux technology and take advantage of the developer community, organizations need trained Linux professionals that understand the marketplace and have experience at the kernel and …

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The terrain of hypervisor land – a four-part podcast series

amiej

February 24, 2012 12:30 pm

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When it comes to hypervisors, understanding the lay of the land can be quite a complex process due to the variety of proprietary and open source tools. Additionally, the entire market is evolving at a rapid pace, so it can be quite a challenge to keep up.  To get a handle on recent developments, Network …

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Year of Dragon is Year of SUSE

amiej

February 24, 2012 12:02 pm

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2012 is a big year for SUSE.  So far this year we’ve announced several key milestones – from over one million software appliance builds using SUSE Studio to our first annual SUSE conference (aptly titled SUSECon).  Yes, 2012 is shaping up to be, “The Year of SUSE.”  Not only is 2012 the Year of the …

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LibreOffice for Windows from SUSE is now Available in Intel AppUpSM center

amiej

February 23, 2012 12:17 pm

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The Document Foundation (TDF) announced LibreOffice for Windows from SUSE is now available in the Intel AppUpSM Center, an online repository designed for Intel® processor-based  devices. Intel is the latest member of TDF Advisory Board, a body that provides advice and funding for the LibreOffice project and has made LibreOffice available in Intel AppUpSM center …

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Keeping it Real in a Virtual World: Interop Collaboration Continues in the Cloud

amiej

November 15, 2011 6:56 pm

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Posted by:Frank Rego, Senior Product Manager for SUSE and Fabio Cavalcanti da Cunha, Technical Product Manager at Microsoft In November 2006, Microsoft and Novell signed an interoperability agreement and an innovative laboratory concept was created — a place where architects and developers from both companies could now share experiences, as well as source code, while …

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SUSE Continues Broad Platform Support for OCFS2

amiej

November 3, 2011 8:47 pm

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OCFS2 Remains the Cluster File System Choice for All SUSE Certified Hardware Platforms Guest post – Kai Dupke, Senior Product Manager, SUSE Oracle’s decision (Oracle Doc ID 1253272.1) to limit its support for OCFS2 to Oracle Unbreakable Linux on Intel hardware has no impact on SUSE customers and you may continue to run OCFS2 on …

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Why do 2,500 enterprises use SUSE to power SAP applications?

amiej

November 3, 2011 3:42 pm

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SUSE Linux Enterprise Server for SAP applications helps customers respond to the mission-critical requirements of today’s data centers. SUSE and SAP have collaborated to continuously optimize and validate SUSE Linux Enterprise for SAP applications making it an ideal solution for more than 10 years to help organizations seeking to deploy SAP software solutions. Visit SUSE …

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SUSE Joins OpenStack

amiej

October 24, 2011 12:36 pm

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At BrainShare 2011 in Salt Lake City, Michael Miller, VP of Global Marketing & Alliances noted in his keynote that SUSE recently joined the OpenStack community. SUSE intends to bring to market a commercially supported cloud infrastructure solution based on OpenStack and SUSE Linux Enterprise. You can catch Miller’s keynote on SUSE’s YouTube site. The …

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