With ever–advancing technology, you have to move faster every day to keep up in the business world. As security and systems management demands increase, turn to SUSE Linux Enterprise to keep things running efficiently and keep costs under control.

Maximize Service Availability

Downtime, whether planned or unplanned, costs money. SUSE Linux Enterprise consistently delivers outstanding uptime and performance through mature, industry leading open source clustering technologies and Live Patching that let you apply kernel fixes on the fly without interrupting service. Full System Rollback allows you to undo system updates including service packs, and recover to a previous state with a single click.

Respond Instantly to Changing Market Conditions

Quick response to changing market conditions is critical in today's fast-paced business environment. SUSE Linux Enterprise Real Time Extension reduces process dispatch latencies, so your business can quickly adapt to increase profits or avoid financial losses.

Put Our Team to Work for You

Get the most from your IT investment with 24x7 help from highly experienced experts. We offer assigned, dedicated support engineers, so you can cater your support to the level of complexity that your situation presents.

The Advanced Foundation for Enterprise Computing

Propel your enterprise to the next level of productivity and competitiveness with SUSE. Service Pack 1 further adds to SUSE Linux Enterprise making it the most interoperable platform for mission-critical computing across physical, virtual, and cloud environments.

Down with Downtime

Whether planned downtime for system or hardware updates, or the more unpredictable unplanned downtime from failures or even natural disasters, your business is incurring business loss. You're under pressure to supply more uptime in the data center to stay competitive and meet customer demands.

Don't Reboot It

75 percent of attacks use publicly known vulnerabilities in commercial software that could be prevented by regular patching. Often systems don't get patched on time, because a reboot is required.