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Archive for August, 2006

Robert Love and News from Support

Thursday, August 31st, 2006

Robert Love returns to Novell Open Audio and he’s got a new job! Randy Goddard and Dave Mair are back and up to their usual geek antics in News from Support. Please take a moment to fill out our Novell Open Audio Semi-anniversary Listener Survey. We will randomly select two listeners to receive a Limited […]

SLE10: Security & Assurance

Friday, August 25th, 2006

SUSE Linux security architect Roman Drahtmueller co-hosts and provides an overview of many of the processes and considerations that go into creating and maintaining the SUSE Linux Enterprise platform. Roman calls Dr. Crispin Cowan into the studio to explain how Novell AppArmor helps to defend applications from potential vulnerability exploits. Resources and Links for this […]

SLE10: AutoBuild and Quality Assurance

Wednesday, August 23rd, 2006

How do SUSE engineers create an enterprise operating system? We learn how AutoBuild works from lead engineer Michael Schroeder, and AutoBuild team leader Rudi Oertel. Then the leads of two SUSE quality assurance teams, Chris Hueller and Ollie Ries, explain how they standardize and automate SUSE Linux Enterprise testing processes. Resources and Links for this […]

Jeremy Allison at LinuxWorld Expo

Wednesday, August 16th, 2006

Jeremy Allison returns to Novell Open Audio, this time in front of a live audience at LinuxWorld Expo. (Skateboarders beware!)

Nat Friedman at LinuxWorld Expo

Tuesday, August 15th, 2006

We speak with Nat Friedman at LinuxWorld Expo in front of a live audience.

GroupWise Mobile Server, LinuxWorld Expo Overview

Wednesday, August 9th, 2006

The Novell Events Team tells us what Novell has to offer at LinuxWorld Expo next week in San Francisco. Then, members of the GroupWise team join tell us about GroupWise Mobile Server, powered by Intellisync.

SLE10: Novell Customer Center

Friday, August 4th, 2006

Kim Eaves and Bryan Cardoza come to our Novell Open Audio confessional to tell us what this activation on Linux stuff is all about, and why the Novell Customer Center was created.

SLE10: Top 5 Reasons for SUSE Linux Enterprise 10

Wednesday, August 2nd, 2006

Getting away from marketing talking points, Getting away from marketing talking points, we get two SUSE engineering insiders, Gerald Pfeifer and Mihnea Istinie, to give us a their perspective as to why to use SUSE Linux Enterprise. But first, Ted and Erin provide a short review of their trip to LugRadio Live and the SUSE office in Nuremberg.

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