"For 20 years, Intel and SUSE have collaborated to help deliver open-standards-based solutions offering increased performance, reliability, efficiency and security for virtualization, cloud and mission-critical applications powered by Intel Xeon Processors. Intel's extensive open-source contributions help improve the performance, stability and efficiency of Linux, and SUSE Linux Enterprise Server 11 Service Pack 2 takes advantage of those advancements. End-customers receive a rock-solid foundation to cost-effectively manage their most demanding data center requirements."
Vice President, Intel Software and Service Group and General Manager, System Software Division.
SUSE and Intel
In a changing world, the stability of Intel and SUSE innovation is rock solid. The strategic alliance stretches back for decades, leading up to the dazzling present in which Intel Xeon processors and SUSE Linux Enterprise bring out the excellence in each other.
SUSE Linux Enterprise Server is a very reliable, scalable and secure server operating system, built to power physical, virtual and cloud mission-critical workloads. The work between SUSE engineering and Intel allows to deliver optimized, highly reliable computing solutions.
To support several critical applications, Delta Lloyd needed to expand its Linux environment. To reduce management costs, the IT team decided to standardize on a single Linux distribution, and chose SUSE Linux Enterprise Server.
Responding to a major hosting client's requirements for a cost-efficient high availability environment for SAP, Getronics deployed SUSE Linux Enterprise Server with its high availability capabilities and Oracle Real Application Clusters on IBM System x3850 hardware. The new environment will support a Web-enabled customer information system for almost two million customers.