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Dell TechCenter to Host SUSE Cloud Demo



By: nbarney

June 20, 2013 9:03 am

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This blog post was originally posted on Dell TechCenter Blogs by Rafael Knuth.

OpenStack is on its way do become the open source software based standard for private and public clouds: Backed by more than 200 vendors such as AT&T, Cisco, Dell, IBM, Rackspace and SUSE, with more than 800 developers contributing code and a vibrant community of roughly 10,000 members.

Customers can choose from a broad range of OpenStack based distributions delivered by startup companies as well by established enterprises. SUSE has a 20 year track record in supporting and delivering products based on open source software – please join our Live Demo on 06-26-2013 at 3.00 – 4.00 pm GMT to learn about SUSE’s OpenStack distribution: SUSE Cloud with Dell Crowbar as the deployment mechanism and advanced features such as Ceph unified storage platform for object, block and file storage in the cloud.

SUSE Cloud Live Demo: Our Topics and Presenter

In our Live Demo we will show the entire lifecycle of a workload, from image creation in SUSE Studio, launching and using the workload in SUSE Cloud and the management capabilities in SUSE Manager. We will also present how the SUSE ecosystem can help customers streamline this lifecycle process, thus helping IT groups be more efficient.

Our presenter will be Rick Ashford. Rick has been a Sales Engineer for SUSE Linux since 2008. He has been working with Linux and open-source software since 1998 and currently specializes in the OpenStack cloud platform and the SUSE ecosystem surrounding it.

Register for our Live Demo: June 26th 3.00 – 4.00 pm GMT

In order to attend the Live Demo, please register here. Looking forward to see you there!

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Categories: Cloud Computing, Enterprise Linux, Events, Server, SUSE Cloud, SUSE in the Cloud, SUSE Linux Enterprise, SUSE Linux Enterprise Server

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