Using SUSE Studio, you can quickly and easily build and deploy cloud-ready applications to Windows Azure. Watch this demonstration to see how SUSE Studio can help you build, deploy and maintain Windows Azure images in just one click.
Join Darren Davis, The SUSE Director of Independent Software Vendor Relations as he shows how a couple of clicks can create and test portable SUSE Linux Enterprise-based application stacks, deploy to a hard drive, USB flash, live DVD, virtual server (VMware/VirtualBox/Xen/KWM/OVF), System Z server and even Amazon EC2 cloud.
This audio recording introduces a new beta opportunity to use SUSE Studio to build appliances for System z and an overview of the SUSE(R) Appliance Toolkit and then covers the look and feel of new Studio facilities to build for System z.
Enterprises must be able to create the business services their customers need to do their jobs in a secure, efficient and compliant manner. Learn about a new and more efficient approach to service delivery and use it as a powerful enabler for cloud computing.
Created by Bryan Lunduke of Radical Breeze, this appliance is a complete, openSUSE based, Linux distribution that allows anyone to immediately jump in to the wonderful world of creating desktop and web software. The best part? No software programming skills or knowledge is necessary. All software is created visually, in an easy to understand way for people of any skill levelâ€”from elementary school students through seasoned software programmers.
Created by the independent developer, Tommy Anderberg from Sweden, this appliance allows users to easily set up an extension to the OpenSim platform to create a multi-user 3D world similar to Second Life.
IDC calls virtual appliances the wave of the future, and we are ready to help you take full advantage of this important and promising new trend. Start uncovering the many advantages of virtual appliances and start using them to simplify application deployment and accelerate your shift to cloud computing with this on-demand webinar.
Update and Patching made easy. SUSE Lifecycle Management Server is a tool to manage entitlements and deliver unified software updates for software, virtual and cloud appliances built on SUSE Linux Enterprise.
This demo, presented by Darren Davis, Senior Manager ISV Engineering, highlights the key features of SUSE Gallery, a new online showcase for registered SUSE Studio users to publish appliances and cloud-based applications and services. You will learn how SUSE Gallery easily provides the ability to share, collaborate and freely exchange and promote appliances with others.
Join Dr. Robert S. Sutor VP, Open Source and Linux, IBM Software Group and Tom Crabb, Enablement Manager, as they discuss the importance of appliances and how IBM is building appliances powered by SUSE Linux Enterprise Server.
WebYaST provides a robust, web-based configuration management interface delivering focused, easy-to-use visibility in the configuration, health and performance of your SUSE Linux Enterprise based virtual, software or hardware appliances. Learn more about WebYaST, an essential part of the SUSE Appliance Toolkit.
Welcome to SUSE Studio, your Linux appliance construction tool. SUSE Studio is a free hosted service that makes it possible to create customized software and virtual appliances by combining your software with the SUSE Linux or openSUSE operating systems.
Collaborazione nell'ambito del SUSE Appliance Program per snellire la distribuzione del software e ottimizzarne le prestazioni tramite appliance virtuali. Video presentato da Dan Chu, Vice President di Emerging Products, VMware.
Le appliance offrono ai rivenditori nuove opportunità per aiutare i clienti ad aumentare il ritorno sugli investimenti. Video presentato da Stacy Nethercoat, Vice President, Software Product Marketing, Tech Data Corporation.
Le appliance virtuali possono semplificare notevolmente la vita ai responsabili IT, nel caso di ambienti di produzione sia tradizionali che di tipo cloud. Ascoltate le opinioni del pannello di esperti di Novell, GroundWork Open Source e RedMonk accedendo a questo podcast su richiesta.