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Know Linux? Get a Job!

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February 25, 2013 9:54 pm

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If you have Linux skills, then this is probably the best time to let people know, because those skills could very likely land you a new or better. That’s the word from this year’s annual Linux Jobs Report, put together by the Linux Foundation and jobs board Dice.com. Specifically, 93 percent of hiring managers plan …

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SUSE Studio: Not Just For Lazy People

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February 15, 2013 12:45 pm

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I am learning lots of new things in my job here at SUSE, skills I have never really had to master in my long tenure as gadfly journalist. There’s the usual stuff, like re-learning the whole corporate team-player thing (Brian, you know it’s not cool to take all of the donuts in the break room …

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IBM’s New Servers Familiar Territory for SUSE

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February 5, 2013 7:23 pm

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Today’s news that IBM was offering a new line Power Express line of servers with reduced pricing certainly got our attention. It’s not just because the servers are certified to run SUSE Enterprise Linux 11. That’s cool, of course, and customers can also choose to run Red Hat or AIX on the machines as well. …

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It’s Not Just the Systems That Need to Be Integrated

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January 24, 2013 9:23 pm

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The Internet of Things, the colloquial term used to describe the interconnected network of physical objects reporting their status out to interested listeners (human or machine) on the Internet, is a hot buzzword right now, right up there with big data and cloud computing. But getting things to talk on the Internet is not as …

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The Biggest Sin of Cloud Deployments

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January 23, 2013 8:19 pm

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Let’s get something out of the way really quick: if you implement cloud computing within your organization, something’s going to break. No matter how good the technology or skilled the vendor, the fact of the matter is, at least one thing in your organization is going to be ripped apart when cloud computing of any …

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Exploring the Utter Coolness of Integrated Systems

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January 17, 2013 12:04 pm

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Integrated systems are cool. I know this already, of course, but when I talk to people like Sabine Soellheim, who does solutions marketing for integrated systems (among other things), I get an excellent reminder in what’s cool about the technology. On the surface, it always seems to be such a simple thing – you have …

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Despite Quiet, Linux in the Enterprise Is Still Going Strong

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January 10, 2013 9:49 pm

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If you’re going to have a conversation about technology in the enterprise these days, invariably the talk will turn to one of two things: cloud computing and bring your own device (BYOD) policies. Unless you specifically ask, you’re not going to hear very much about Linux in the blogosphere these days. But that doesn’t mean …

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What Happens In Vegas…

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January 7, 2013 1:00 pm

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Doug Jarvis, our Product Marketing Manager for Cloud Solutions, related to me a tale of something interesting that happened in Vegas back in December – and yes, something we can actually tell you about. Doug was attending the Gartner Data Center Conference, a great chance to meet with customer and vendors in the cloud computing …

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What 2013 Will Bring From The Cloud

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January 2, 2013 8:52 pm

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One of the key themes that came out of the first SUSEcon in Orlando last year was that cloud computing is not easy. That may seem like a bit of a non sequitor coming from a company that’s making a big effort to promote cloud computing to its customers, but let’s not kid ourselves: as …

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