Boost performance. Increase uptime. Slash costs and complexity.
What's new in Service Pack 3?
The great just gets better. You told us what you need—and we listened and responded. Service Pack 3 comes with many enhanced or new features specific for IBM System z. Enhancements include advanced exploitation of the latest System z hardware, improved RAS features, and increased performance, as well as a technical preview of KVM on System z. More ›
Optimized for the mainframe like no other Linux OS. In 2000, IBM and SUSE brought Linux to the mainframe. Now SUSE Linux Enterprise Server for System z is the #1 choice for Linux on IBM mainframes. More ›
Administration tools you won't find anywhere else. Simplify systems management, from installing and configuring servers to ensuring security and increasing uptime. More ›
You're in good company.
By moving workloads to virtual machines on IBM System z running SUSE Linux Enterprise Server for System z, Baldor Electric Company reduced IT costs from two percent of sales to less than one percent—while improving response time, up-time and productivity.
By migrating to SUSE Linux Enterprise Server for System z, Endress+Hauser reduced the complexity of its recovery processes. It now runs almost its entire SAP environment on just one physical System z machine.
Selecting SUSE Linux Enterprise Server for System z enabled Sparda-Datenverarbeitung eG to combine the openness of Linux with the high performance of the mainframe. This enables the company to maintain superb availability and performance for mission-critical applications.
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- International IBM and Oracle Bootcamp for Oracle DB on Linux for System z, sponsored by SUSE, Feb 25&26 2014, IBM Boeblingen, Germany
- Visit SUSE at SHARE, March 9-14 2014, Marriott, Anaheim, CA, booth #505
- Article: All you have ever wanted to know about Linux on the mainframe
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