September 2018


How to Upgrade your SUSE SAP HANA Cluster in an Easy Way


Upgrading your SAP HANA Cluster is too complex? Not anymore! Check out the new yast2-hana-update. Installing a Mission-critical application environment is always complex, time-consuming and, as the description states, critical! This kind of environment always expects a high-available solution, and therefore, a cluster setup usually takes place, and it involves many different layers of […]

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SUSE Manager Technical Overview Part 1: Discover SUSE Manager

By: Jason Phippen

In this 3 part blog series we take a deeper look into SUSE Manager 3.2, looking at what the product does, how it does and how it is set up. Blog Part 1 – Discover SUSE Manager Blog Part 2 – How SUSE Manager Works Blog Part 3 – SUSE Manager Configuration Management Discover SUSE […]

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SUSE Manager Technical Overview Part 2: How SUSE Manager Works

By: Jason Phippen

In this three-part blog series we take a deeper look into SUSE Manager 3.2, looking at what the product does and how it is set up.  […]

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TCS Enterprise Cloud Platform Built on SUSE OpenStack Cloud

By: Miriam Kang

As the first to produce an enterprise-ready distribution of OpenStack Cloud back in 2012, SUSE OpenStack Cloud has been maturing, with the latest release, version 8, coming out earlier this year. And now, Tata Consultancy Services (TCS), have selected SUSE OpenStack Cloud as the foundation for the TCS Enterprise Cloud Platform. The TCS Enterprise Cloud […]

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Open Source Innovation: B1 Systems and SUSE Partners for More than 14 Years

By: Vera Schneider

SUSE Solution Partner B1 Systems is now also certified for Kubernetes-based container solution SUSE CaaS Platform Blog by Chris Branston, SUSE For more than 14 years, B1 Systems and SUSE have worked together in a successful partnership. If we include the two years that B1 Systems founder Ralph Dehner spent as a Linux Trainer for […]

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SUSE CaaS Platform 3 Kubernetes Cloud Provider Integration


  Introduction: The efforts to manage the fleet of nodes powering a Kubernetes cluster are significantly reduced by SUSE CaaS Platform. However, there’s always room for improvement. By taking advantage of the flexibility provided by modern Infrastructure as a Service platforms (also known as IaaS or “clouds”), it is possible to automate even more […]

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Is Private Cloud Dead?

By: Matthew Johns

In previous blogs, I’ve covered topics including: Are private clouds cost effective or cost prohibitive? Are they just too complicated to bother with? This blog is going to look at if private cloud is a dying technology, and if not, why organisations should choose a private cloud. For no other reason than […]

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It’s Time to Start Looking at Software-defined Storage

By: Lars Marowsky-Bree

Even if you haven’t read our past posts here on the data explosion, the growth of enterprise data is probably no surprise to you. Whether it’s Facebook’s announcements of 900,000-square-foot data centers or Ericsson’s estimates of 29 billion connected objects by 2022, data growth seems to be behind half the articles and announcements in technology […]

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10 Top Tech Trends – Why Open Source is Center Stage – Part 2

By: Terri Schlosser

Free and open source software has a long and interesting history. It can trace some of its origins back to Richard Stallman’s annoying issue with a printer or to Linus Torvald’s computer science project while studying at the University of Helsinki. Things have certainly changed since then. Open source software is no longer simply a […]

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