Code Today / Deploy Today
Packaging code in portable and fast containers is an important step on your path to scale applications across multiple environments. To move with speed, you also need to start building and delivering applications in a new cloud native way, modernizing existing applications, and using container management platforms like Kubernetes to automate their deployment and operation. It's a lot to tackle, and SUSE is here to help.
With ready-to-use workflow automation, you can build modern applications that take advantage of containers and Kubernetes without the learning curve. You write the code, and let the platform do the rest. Get onto the fast track to increased productivity, deployment frequency, and application delivery velocity.
Modern application platforms, ready for the enterprise
Today’s modern applications are designed to be deployed and managed fully automatically by Kubernetes, opening the door to unprecedented levels of operational scalability. But as environments grow, so too do the challenges of ensuring proper governance and control.
Container and application platforms are the essential technology foundation for modern applications, yet most IT organizations are also challenged to provide them. With the market still maturing, it can be difficult to know which vendor to choose.
SUSE solutions address your highest priorities: getting clusters up and running quickly; simplifying ongoing platform operations, including scaling, availability management, and maintenance; controlling access to resources; and ensuring compliance. Your options always remain open with our modular, no-lock-in solutions. Get it all from SUSE, an enterprise vendor you can trust.
Transform your approach
SUSE offers robust tools for you to operate converged container and virtual infrastructure across a range of mixed cloud environments
We enable you to run legacy workloads alongside cloud-native applications in the digital enterprise
Our solutions help you deploy and manage applications at scale across organizations, clusters and clouds