New Products for November

SUSE Cloud

Veteran Linux provider SUSE announced the availability of SUSE Cloud, an automated cloud computing platform that enables the rapid deployment and easy ongoing management of an infrastructure-as-a-service (IaaS) private cloud. SUSE describes SUSE Cloud as the first enterprise-supported private cloud solution powered by OpenStack, which includes contributions from 3,300+ developers at 180 companies and enjoys broad industry support and a vibrant community. The solution integrates seamlessly with SUSE Studio and SUSE Manager, allowing enterprises to rapidly deploy, adapt and manage applications and workloads across private and public clouds. Additional SUSE Cloud features include the ability to leverage existing infrastructure, optimize licensing costs, improve the speed and accuracy of delivering services to the line of business and take advantage of a high level of support, among others.

http://www.suse.com/susecloud

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SUSE Cloud solution.. Silagra

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SUSE Cloud solution..
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SUSE has been very dependable

Chad's picture

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

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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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re: endorsement

Kerwin's picture

"VMware, Microsoft and SAP." Well, at least I know why microsoft endorses them...pay to play.
And seriously? It's like reading an ad...

SUSE hatin'

rodney rondozai's picture

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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