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SUSE Container as a Service (CaaS) Platform is an application development and hosting platform for container applications and services that enables you to provision, manage, and scale container-based applications and services, so you can focus on development of container applications and meet your business goals faster while saving costs in developing and maintaining container infrastructure.
The easy-to-use container platform includes all required components—orchestration with Kubernetes, microservices and container OS, and configuration—as one solution. With this unified platform, you can easily build microservices-based container applications that run on an agile container host OS optimized for containerized apps.
Key benefits of SUSE CaaS Platform:
- Reduce time to market using production grade container orchestration capabilities
- Increase operational efficiency with automation and the container toolset
- Enable DevOps for improved application lifecycle management by bridging developers and operations
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Rise of the CaaS Platform
You have tinkered with containers, deployed containers or have just started looking at containers. Now, you are faced with the choice of how much to develop on your own the container related plumbing that doesn't add value for you in the long term. There are a lot of decisi…
SUSE Container as a Service 1.0 Public Beta Available!
Today, we are thrilled to announce our very first SUSE Container as a Service Platform 1.0 Public Beta image. SUSE Container as a Service (CaaS) Platform is an application development and hosting platform for container applications and services that…
What is SUSE CaaS Platform? What's all the buzz about?
Easy to use (Orchestration + Container Host OS + Configuration) = SUSE CaaS Platform. As you know by now, just having a container engine is not sufficient for making a successful container based product …
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SUSE Formalizes Container Strategy with a New Linux Distro, MicroOS
Arguably, CoreOS Linux could be called the first Linux-based operating system designed for cluster computing, containers/microservices. Even if CoreOS Linux (since renamed "Container Linux") had its roots in the traditional Linux OS, it offered a new…
SUSE Preps CaaS Platform Atop Kubernetes
Now that IT organizations are getting more comfortable with containers, IT vendors are starting to position themselves to provide the frameworks through which all those containers will be managed. SUSE has become the latest to…
SUSE Launches Beta Container as a Service (CaaS) Platform
SUSE, best known for its eponymous Linux distribution, recently announced the public beta of a Container as a Service (CaaS) platform. SUSE positions CaaS as an application development and hosting platform to run container-based applications. CaaS can…