In an effort to cut complexity and costs in its IT environment, Halkbank has plans to grow on SUSE Linux Enterprise Server for System z on the IBM zEnterprise 196 system. Once fully implemented, the SUSE solution will simplify maintenance and deliver improved reliability and availability for critical banking services.
Europe's most powerful supercomputer was officially inaugurated by IBM during a ceremony celebrating the 50th anniversary of the Leibniz-Rechenzentrum (LRZ) of the Bavarian Academy of Sciences in Garching, Germany. Used to solve difficult scientific questions in physics and fluid dynamics, SuperMUC, powered by SUSE Linux Enterprise Server, ranks number four in the June 2012 TOP 500 list of the world's fastest supercomputers. SuperMUC is a System X iDataPlex from IBM and is equipped with more than 155,000 processor cores, which deliver an aggregate peak performance of more than 3 Petaflops of computing power.
Migrating your UNIX workloads to Linux can potentially save you a lot of money. How much you save depends in part on how much it will cost you to port your UNIX applications to Linux. Learn how to get started porting your Solaris applications to SUSE Linux Enterprise Server.
At BrainShare 2011, Joachim Werner demonstrates how retail customers can remotely manage terminal servers and branch servers at their multiple locations, as well as how SUSE Manager makes this an even more powerful solution.
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. Learn about a new and more efficient approach to service delivery and use it as a powerful enabler for cloud computing.
You are running SUSE Linux Enterprise Server but need to upgrade to the latest service pack. Better yet, you need to upgrade from SLES9 or SLES10 to SLES11 SP1. This Techcast will discuss the different approaches and best practices you can use to upgrade SUSE Linux Enterprise Server.
Watch this Techcast to explore best practice approaches and techniques for deploying SUSE Linux Enterprise Server into complex data center environments, compare the benefits and challenges associated with scripted installs, imaging and appliance deployments, and experience technical demonstrations of AutoYast, SUSE Studio and other key Novell deployment technologies.
What’s the fastest, most effective way to keep all your SUSE Linux Enterprise Servers patched, compliant and up-to-date? Watch this informative techcast to explore a variety of Linux patch management tips, tricks and techniques. You’ll learn the 'why' and the 'how' to apply the latest Linux patch and update management methods.
What’s the fastest, most effective way to keep all your SUSE Linux Enterprise Servers patched, compliant and up-to-date? Watch this informative techcast to explore a variety of Linux patch management tips, tricks and techniques. You’ll learn how to use the Subscription Management Tool and libzypp update stack included with SUSE Linux Enterprise Server to streamline and simplify patch deployments.
SUSE Linux Enterprise Server from Novell offers an impressive range of fault tolerance and high availability options. So how do you know which are best for the different workloads running in your environment? Watch this On-demand Techcast to explore several different fault tolerant solutions and high availability approaches for workloads running on SUSE Linux Enterprise Server.
Novell and IBM executives discuss the relevance of Linux on System z to enterprises underpinned by Aberdeen's findings with respect to strategic approaches, best practices, and technology solutions that result in top performance in the data center. Learn how you can deploy Linux on System z as a single virtualized server for less than $1 per day.
Are you currently evaluating the business benefits of running virtualization in a distributed environment vs. a mainframe environment? Users running Linux on System z consistently find a lower Total Cost of Ownership and benefit from the economics of running business critical workloads on Linux.
A real business case presented by Hugo Boss AG. Learn more about the meaning of virtualization in SAP landscapes and how SUSE Linux Enterprise Server will help you to reduce operational costs. To give further insight, REALTECH and Novell published their first version of the white paper "The Trend from Unix to Linux in SAP Datacenters" in 2008. This whitepaper has since been updated focusing on the architectural aspect of Linux installations and their influence on Green IT. Find out which predictions we made in 2008 have come true and how they will influence SAP system landscapes in the future.
10 Years on the mainframe and counting: System z Series with the Experts. Mike Friesenegger from Novell reflects on the business needs of customers, why he thinks SUSE Linux Enterprise Server for System z is the best choice for consolidating workloads, and what makes SUSE Linux Enterprise Server for System z unique.
10 Years on the mainframe and counting: System z Series with the Experts. Mark Post talks about his long-time experience with mainframes in general and Linux for mainframes especially. Learn why customers select SUSE Linux Enterprise Server for System z and which successful and legendary implementations Mark has supported during the past years.
Interoperability with regard to SUSE Linux Enterprise is not just limited to the collaboration of Novell and Microsoft and its Windows operating system in the fields of virtualization or open document standards. It also refers to Linux Standard Base specifications and UNIX/Posix compliance, the IPv6 standard, or open standards in general. Learn more and listen to Olaf Kirch, Director Server Department, and Matthias Eckermann, Senior Product Manager for SUSE Linux Enterprise.
Listen to Matthias Eckermann, Senior Product Manager for SUSE Linux Enterprise, who explains the most important security technologies included with SUSE Linux Enterprise 11, and what has been enhanced with Service Pack 1.
Matthias Eckermann, Senior Product Manager for SUSE Linux Enterprise, discusses different types of certifications like LSB, Carrier Grade Linux, or Common Criteria, and their importance to SUSE Linux Enterprise 11 Service Pack 1.
Matthias Eckermann, Senior Product Manager for SUSE Linux Enterprise, talks about the reasons for having a kernel upgrade with SUSE Linux Enterprise 11 Service Pack 1, and explains when and why version upgrades and backward compatibility might be crucial.
SUSE Linux Enterprise provides a set of unique integrated systems management technologies. With SLE11 SP1, these technologies have been taken even further. Listen to Matthias Eckermann, Senior Product Manager for SUSE Linux Enterprise, and Olaf Kirch, Director Server Department, explaining the most important enhancements in this area.
Join Olaf Kirch, Director Server Department, and Matthias Eckermann, Senior Product Manager for SUSE Linux Enterprise, when they discuss with Ron the virtualization technologies delivered with SUSE Linux Enterprise 11 SP1.
In this first part of the SUSE Linux Enterprise 11 SP1 podcast series, Matthias Eckermann, Senior Product Manager for SUSE Linux Enterprise, and Olaf Kirch, Director Server Department, not only share details about the great enhancements in scalability of SUSE Linux Enterprise Server SP1, but also explain why file systems play an important role in this area and which file systems are included and supported.
10 Years on the mainframe and counting: System z Series with the Experts. Listen to Patrick Quairoli, Partner Technology Manager, IBM at Novell, who discusses the partnership and technical teamwork of both Novell and IBM regarding SUSE Linux Enterprise Server for System z, and how this directly translates into business benefits for the joint customers.
Join Carol Stafford, Vice President of IBM System z Sales and Tom Crabb, Enablement Manager, Novell, as they celebrate and discuss the 10 year anniversary of Linux on System z and how customers can benefit from running SUSE Linux Enterprise Server for System z.
Learn how each subscription of SUSE Linux Enterprise 11 provides the tools to maintain performance and security across your IT infrastructure, ease installation, service configuration, patching, and updating and ensure your systems deliver maximum value to the business.
Michael Applebaum, Senior Solution Marketing Manager for Novell, briefly discusses what's new in SUSE Linux Enterprise 11, its benefits and business value, and and how you can use SUSE Linux Enterprise 11 to begin realizing these benefits in your organization.
IDC research finds that Linux users are clearly satisfied about their choice to deploy Linux, and during trying economic times, the potential for those same customers to ramp up their deployment of Linux is strong. Join Al Gillen from IDC in Part 1 of this webcast.
By combining PlateSpin Orchestrate and SUSE Linux Enterprise Server as a virtualization platform, infrastructure managers can control operational expenses via consolidation, and keep their environment manageable and easy to use.
Migrating mission-critical workloads from one software platform to another is not a trivial process. To ensure a smooth migration, careful planning is required to avoid any significant downtime and service interruption. In this webcast, join Novell technical experts to learn best practices for migrating from Solaris to SUSE Linux Enterprise Server.
Carlos Montero-Luque describes how the work between SUSE engineering and Intel allows SUSE Linux Enterprise to leverage the capabilities in their new mission critical Xeon 7500 and 5600 processor series.
Virtual appliances can make life a whole lot easier for IT managers, whether in traditional production IT or cloud settings. Listen to a panel of experts from Novell, GroundWork Open Source and RedMonk in this on-demand podcast.
Explore the technologies and solutions that make it possible to build your service-driven data center with the new SUSE Linux Enterprise 11, including SUSE Linux Enterprise Server and value-added extensions to the SUSE Linux Enterprise environment.
Learn how you can use SUSE Linux Enterprise to build a service-driven data center that provides continuous access to your mission-critical business applications, and will support your mixed IT environment.
SUSE® Linux Enterprise High Availability Extension is an affordable, integrated suite of innovative open source clustering technologies that enables enterprises to implement highly available Linux clusters and eliminate single points of failure.