Slash costs, reduce complexity, and boost efficiency

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.

Slash Costs & Accelerate ROI
Reduce Complexity & Increase Uptime
Boost Resource Utilization & Application Efficiency
Slash Costs & Accelerate ROI

Consolidate applications and workloads on SUSE.

With Linux you get the same reliability and availability as UNIX at a greatly reduced Total Cost of Ownership (TCO).

SUSE delivers industry-standard Linux solutions that give your IT organization the flexibility to consolidate on the best server platform for your workloads. These solutions deliver the reliability, scalability, availability and security you need for the mission-critical databases and applications, often deployed on proprietary platforms.

SUSE Linux Enterprise eliminates the need to purchase proprietary servers, letting you fill data centers with commodity or open source platforms instead. Consolidate your IT infrastructure to an enterprise-class platform while increasing speed of deployment for new workloads.

Reduce Complexity & Increase Uptime

Consolidate databases and transform your data center with SUSE.

Consolidate your databases and rethink your database environments to improve availability and reduce complexity.

By deploying SUSE Linux Enterprise Server as a database consolidation platform, you can reduce data center complexity and costs with the benefits of open systems and high availability.

Boost Resource Utilization & Application Efficiency

Consolidate resources with SUSE Linux.

Reduce energy consumption and save on software costs.

Total cost of ownership is much more than just hardware and software acquisition costs. By consolidating resources, you can better utilize floor space, reduce energy consumption, and save on software licensing costs.