Overview Once again we bring Jason Williams back into the studio, this time to menace him with questions from our listener community. We delve into the differences between SUSE Linux Enterprise Server (SLES) and Open Enterprise Server (OES). We also consider the advantages of using the SLES-based version of OES compared to the NetWare-based version. […]
Archive for November, 2006
Part of our process for mailing out Novell Open Audio t-shirts to listeners includes a custom-tailored, one-of-a-kind, highly-personalized form letter expressing our sincere and/or heartfelt appreciation for whatever that particular person may have done for Novell Open Audio. In the letter, we ask for a photo of the recipient wearing the shirt (plus other typical […]
Lee Howarth and Ben Fjelsted will explain how the VPN in Novell Access Manager works. Post your tough questions in the comments section.
Lee Howarth is coming back to the Novell Open Audio studio, and this time he’s bringing engineers Lloyd Burch and Ben Fjeldsted with him to explain how to use Novell Access Manager to secure web applications. Post your tough questions in the comments section.
Richard Jones and JD Nyland chat with us about recent advancements in Novell’s Data Center Automation strategy and technology. Post your tough questions in the comments section.
We’re bringing Jason Back again. This time to ask some focused questions about Open Enterprise Server including: What’s the difference between SUSE Linux Enterprise Server and Open Enterprise Server? Do OES and SLES even play in the same space? What are the pros & cons of each offering? What type of services should be hosted […]
Overview Product manager Jason Williams comes to the Novell Open Audio studio and talks Caitlin and Ted’s ears off about the next version of Open Enterprise Server. In fact, he talks so much that we can barely fit the intro and outro. Time: 48:22 Size: 33.3 MB Segment Times OES start: 2:12-27:44 Shadow Volumes overview: […]
Overview Kernel gurus Kurt Garloff and Hannes Reinecke share some of the work that they have been involved in regarding scaling features in the Linux kernel for SUSE Linux Enterprise 10. And Randy and Dave return for another edition of News from Support. (Can Randy outdo Dave’s Xming tip?) Time: 45:16 Size: 30 MB Segment […]