If you attend CeBIT, you might meet people that ask you: "Hey - did
you happen so see that BIG penguin on that HUGE fridge at the IBM booth?" Well - tell them "you discovered Linux on IBM System z".
CeBIT, the digital industry's biggest international event, takes place in Hannover, Germany, from March 1st to March 5th. Via its unique combination of exhibition, conferences, keynotes, corporate events and lounges, CeBIT represents a great platform for doing business and learn about new and advanced technologies.
Once again we sent our plush friend and Linux ambassador TUX to represent SUSE Linux Enterprise in the zLinux area at the IBM booth - and he is in good company: Many experts from Novell will be on-site and happy to answer your questions, not only about SUSE Linux Enterprise Server for System z, but also about other new and upcoming technologies.
Want to know how SLES for System z, SUSE Studio and IBM zEnterprise System relate to each other? Want to understand why you should use the High Availability Extension even if you are running System z? Want to learn how the Mono Extension can help you consolidate more and new workloads onto System z? These are just some of the many "secrets" Tux and our Linux experts could share with you.
Visit the IBM booth in Hall 2, watch out for our ambassador Tux at demo point 96, and meet with our expert staff for a chat - or just a coffee.
More information about CeBIT: http://www.cebit.de/home
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