Enterprise-grade open source software provider SUSE announced the latest news in its SUSE Linux Enterprise product, as well as new edge computing and hybrid IT solutions during this week’s SUSECON Digital 2021 conference.
Germany-based Linux company SUSE Linux has no national conference scheduled this year, due to the fact that its financial year is changing.
Germany-based SUSE Linux has gone through its fourth sale in the last 15 years, with the new owner, Swedish growth investor EQT, having acquired the company from current owner, Britain's Micro Focus, for US$2.535 billion, with the UK firm using the proceeds to repay part of its existing debt.
The new enterprise release of SUSE Linux is designed as a modular system so that it can be used by companies and organisations of all sizes, the company behind it says.
Germany-based open source software company SUSE Linux will contribute its openATTIC storage management framework to the Ceph distributed storage system so that it can become the default dashboard for monitoring and managing the Ceph software.
Community Linux distribution openSUSE Leap has reached the beta phase for builds of its development version 15 and testers have been invited to try it out.
Swinburne University of Technology has announced that it is using SUSE Enterprise Storage for its rapidly increasing storage needs.
Linux vendor SUSE outlined the key trends it sees for software in 2018, with open source and containers leading the way.
The tech industry is heading towards a stage where self service for standard IT requirements will become a norm, helped by the increase in software-defined infrastructure, a senior engineer from SUSE Linux claims.
The openSUSE community GNU/Linux project has released version 42.3 of its distribution which is known as Leap, aligning it more closely with SUSE Linux Enterprise (SLE) 12 Service Pack 3, the distribution for businesses.
For the second time this year, the website of the community GNU/Linux distribution openSUSE was hit by a security breach and forced to take some of its services offline.
Data protection solutions provider Datto has appointed Markus Rex to the newly created role of open source expert.
Initial deployments of software-defined storage are primarily focused on the storage of unstructured data, according to Larry Morris, senior product manager at SUSE Linux.
The community Linux distribution openSUSE has announced that it has released a 64-bit image for its stable branch, Leap, that runs on the Raspberry Pi 3.
The spirit of co-operation that exists at SUSE Linux, as opposed to that of competition, is what has kept Libor Pecháček plugging away for a decade.
With the acquisition of SUSE Linux in 2014 by the British mainframe group Micro Focus, a great deal of attention has been focused on the Asian region, with the company now having a vice-president for the Asia Pacific.
openSUSE, the community Linux distribution of the SUSE Linux company, has about 600,000 users judging by the number who access repositories each month for downloads, according to Richard Brown, the chairman of the project.
Five years ago, four developers at SUSE Linux sat down to discuss an idea they thought had considerable merit: porting SUSE Linux to the ARM platform.
A request from a bank to look at a switch from Windows to Linux has led to UK-based IT specialist Patrick Fitzgerald and his colleagues at British firm i-Layer developing a detailed method for an institution to make the transition.
Germany-based SUSE Linux has announced a container as a service platform that it hopes to release as a public beta in April next year, before the first customer version comes out in July the same year.
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