SUSE Studio Extension for System z and the SUSE Appliance Program
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.
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.
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.
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.
Join Dr. Robert S. Sutor VP, Open Source and Linux, IBM Software Group and Tom Crabb, Enablement Manager, Novell, as they discuss the importance of appliances and how IBM is building appliances powered by SUSE Linux Enterprise Server.
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.