Cisco and SUSE Linux Enterprise Server deliver new standards of record-breaking performance, scalability and reliability. Cisco and SUSE share a common approach to data center architecture, with a new emphasis on simplicity and extensibility. SUSE Linux Enterprise Server provides Cisco customers a scalable platform for demanding workloads and applications such as Cisco Unified Computing System (UCS). SUSE has a record of success in the broad enterprise market, SUSE and Cisco offer customers the products to keep pace with market and technology changes including migration from UNIX to Linux: movement to cloud computing, including hybrid cloud computing; high availability; scale-up/scale-out computing; and big data processing using in-memory systems.
Listen to Jim Wasko from IBM as he is talking at SUSECon about the SUSE and IBM partnership, how SUSE and IBM cooperated to port Linux onto the Mainframe about 15 years ago, and why Linux on System z is the ideal platform for consolidation.
SUSECon 2013 Friday Keynote with Michael Miller - Closing session
Lew Tucker, Vice President and Chief Technology Officer of Cloud Computing, Cisco. Lew Tucker is responsible for helping to shape the future of Cisco's cloud and enterprise software strategies. He has more than 20 years of experience in the high-tech industry, ranging from distributed systems and artificial intelligence to software development and systems architecture, at Cisco, Sun Microsystems, Salesforce.com and Thinking Machines.
Fun party with the attendees and the sponsors on Tuesday evening of SUSECon 2013. Pirate themed with awesome Pirate band called the Rusty Cutlass.
Chris Hallenbeck Global Vice President, SAP Americas, Data Warehouse Solutions & HANA Platform Chris Hallenbeck leads SAP HANA's go to market globally. Chris has spent most of his career solving the big data technical problems of today and applying algorithms to solve tomorrow's business problems. Before coming to SAP, he was a Vice President of Products for DemandTec, one of the first SaaS-based big data analysis companies, led the technology consultants group for Siebel's Interactive Selling division, and was a data warehousing expert for Oracle.
Opening video for SUSECon 2013 in Orlando Florida November 12-15
SUSECon video lip sync'd with the attendees and employees. See the original SUSECon What's the Chameleon Say spoof at http://youtu.be/VNkDJk5_9eU
Opening video for the Friday Keynote at SUSECon 2013 in Orlando Florida November 12-15
Jim Wasko, Director, Linux Technology Center at IBM. Jim Wasko is the Director of IBM's Linux Technology Center (LTC), where he is responsible for Linux development across IBM's broad product portfolio. Jim has been responsible for IBM's enterprise-level Linux support team, cloud computing development in IBM's Systems and Technology group and other leadership roles. Today the LTC also includes OpenStack and Hadoop open source development.
This video was also shown at the start of SUSECon 2013. Featuring Jeff Farnsworth as the Chameleon Dancer. Filmed and edited by Russ Dastrup.
Spoof of the viral video What Does the Fox Say. Featuring Scott Dastrup and Jordan Dastrup. Dancing by Ciera Dastrup and friends. Written, directed and filmed by Russ and Scott Dastrup. Lighting effects by Kevin Maynard. 2nd Camera Spencer Rich. Music Assistant Char Dastrup.
SUSECon 2013 will feature exceptional technical content presented by SUSE Engineers and Product Managers, SUSE customers and partners, and community enthusiasts. Session topics address a wide variety of new and existing technologies, customer scenarios and deployments, and how-to guides for the implementation of Linux technologies.
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