SUSE Linux Enterprise Just Enough Operating System (JeOS) is Ready to go and Prepared to grow.
Just enough OS that's ready-to-run JeOS trims unnecessary components down to keep the size small (about 300 MB). It is designed specifically for virtualization environment such as VMware, Hyper-V, KVM, and Xen. It is ready-to-run in your hypervisors to save your time in deployment and configuration. As an administrator, you can use JeOS to create ready to run virtual images for demonstration, testing, or production.
No need to re-certify If you are certified on SUSE Linux Enterprise Server today, you do not need to re-certify for JeOS. JeOS is built on the same code base as SUSE Linux Enterprise Server. There's no extra effort required to get the same enterprise-grade, mission-critical performance, stability and services in a smaller package.
Use as a silver image KIWI template JeOS provides a minimal system, a “Silver Image”, for further customization to suit your business needs. You can use the Silver Image as a base to build “Gold Images” faster and with accuracy. Included in SUSE Linux Enterprise Server subscription, KIWI simplifies the process of producing golden image. SUSE Linux Enterprise Server JeOS is also delivered as KIWI template that makes large scale configuration management easy. JeOS image can also be built using Studio Express. Partners or customers can build the image themselves and use it for embedded or physical hardware. Additionally, the hardware partners can package SUSE Linux Enterprise Server for embedded systems on their own.
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