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Codethink's Baserock Embedded Linux

The role of Codethink's Baserock Embedded Linux is to enable silicon chipset and board vendors—not to mention Original Device Manufacturers and Systems Integrators—to keep pace with the rapid development of Linux and dramatically reduce product development cycles. Baserock, just elevated to v1.1, is an open-source Linux build system for the development of embedded, industrial or bare-metal server-based Linux systems. This new release provides virtual machine images for developers and a sample base image to demonstrate a Baserock-produced small system image. The OS also delivers the proven benefits of continuous integration (CI) to Linux system development, which heretofore were available only to developers of server and Web-based applications, says Codethink. CI, adds Codethink, makes it easier to develop Linux-based systems and to integrate system components. Baserock source code is available for building on 64-bit x86 and ARM systems. Virtual machine binaries are available for 64-bit x86 machines. Through native compilation of software and images, Codethink asserts that Baserock provides a robust and highly efficient build environment that is as closely aligned to upstream development environments as possible.

http://www.codethink.com

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SUSE has been very dependable over the years. Their cloud management services should be not different.
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Allowing enterprises to rapidly deploy.And it's supported on more hardware and software than any other enterprise Linux distribution.

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SUSE is the original provider of the enterprise Linux distribution and the most interoperable platform for mission-critical computing. It's the only Linux recommended by VMware, Microsoft and SAP. And it's supported on more hardware and software than any other enterprise Linux distribution.

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"VMware, Microsoft and SAP." Well, at least I know why microsoft endorses them...pay to play.
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i think people are just against SUSE because of its ties to microsoft in past and present projects. That aside, SUSE (i use openSUSE 12.1 as a media server and domain controller) is quite relible as an enterprise server solution. go SUSE

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