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Bryan Lunduke

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SUSE Partners with AMAX in China

Bryan Lunduke

March 12, 2014 11:19 pm

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One of the divisions of AMAX China, Superset Information Technology and Science Co. Ltd., provides high performance computing solutions in China. SUSE provides Linux-based, enterprise-class cloud computing solutions. Wouldn’t it makes sense for the two to work together?  Yes.  Yes it would.  And, not coincidentally, that is exactly what is happening.  AMAX China and SUSE have …

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Video demo: Live Linux Kernel Patching with kGraft

Bryan Lunduke

February 16, 2014 12:28 pm

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In the 2 weeks since we announced the existence of kGraft, there have been many questions about how this solution for live-patching the Linux kernel works. And because (moving) pictures often speak louder than words, here is a video of kGraft in action on the official SUSE YouTube channel.

The standard for ARM-based servers has arrived.

Bryan Lunduke

January 29, 2014 1:43 pm

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ARM has officially unveiled the SBSA — aka “Server Base System Architecture” — a standard for ARMv8 based, 64bit servers. This isn’t simply some standard dropped out of the sky, either.  The SBSA has had input from a wide array of server software and hardware firms — including HP, Dell, Red Hat and, of course, …

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IBM’s SUSE powered X6 Servers make me feel old… in a good way.

Bryan Lunduke

January 22, 2014 9:54 pm

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Some time back, in the 1980′s, I had little PC clone with a 12 MHz, 286 processor and 50 MB (not TB, or even GB) MFM hard drive. Running some random version of MS-DOS. It was a beast of a machine. A true powerhouse. Flash forward to today. Specifically IBM’s recent announcement of the new …

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