Servers based on SUSE Linux Enterprise are some of the most reliable, efficient, cost-effective software infrastructure systems available. With SUSE Linux Enterprise Server, you benefit from our award-winning support and vast open source technology network.

SUSE Linux Enterprise Server is designed for mixed IT environments and exclusively recommended by Microsoft, SAP, and VMware.

Increase Uptime

Several new features increase SUSE Linux Enterprise Server's already stellar reliability, availability, and serviceability. Meet your service-level agreements and keep your business running.

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Accelerate Innovation

With SUSE Linux Enterprise Server, you get quick access to new open source and partner technologies. Our high-quality software and ease of integration accelerate your time to value, as well.

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Improve Operational Efficiency

Improve your operational efficiency with new tools that simplify and automate IT management. You'll save time and money with SUSE Linux Enterprise Server's flexible deployment options.

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Mission-Critical Computing

Propel your enterprise to the next level of productivity and competitiveness with SUSE. Service Pack 1 further adds to SUSE Linux Enterprise making it the most interoperable platform for mission-critical computing across physical, virtual, and cloud environments.

SAP Solutions on Linux

How do you get the levels of uptime and performance your business requires without sending your operational costs through the roof or investing a fortune in complex business continuity solutions? For tens of thousands of SAP and SAP HANA customers, the answer is SUSE Linux Enterprise Server for SAP Applications. It's the leading platform for SAP solutions on Linux and the recommended and supported OS of choice for SAP HANA.

Application Migration to SUSE

Application migration to Linux is part of the continuous improvement of your IT infrastructure, technologies, and processes—driven by the high cost of proprietary platforms and software renewals (Windows, UNIX, S/390), the desire to improve data center price-performance metrics, or the prospect of a critical application no longer being supported.