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Field Memo: What’s New in SUSE Linux Enterprise 11


April 28, 2009 4:50 pm





What’s New in SUSE Linux Enterprise 11

SUSE® Linux Enterprise 11 from Novell delivers interoperability and mission-critical support for the complete computing environment, to help you reduce cost, complexity and risk. This version delivers significant advances and has been especially designed for:

Interoperability—The most interoperable Linux turns boundaries into bridges to help make your IT work as one. You can increase Linux interoperability with Windows and UNIX to simplify your environment and better leverage your existing investments.
Mission-critical computing—The Linux built for mission-critical computing delivers the power and reliability you need to migrate from UNIX and build a resilient infrastructure. Powerful high availability clustering provides enterprise reliability with the affordability of open source.
Ubiquity—SUSE Linux Enterprise powers your complete environment. You can run the desktop to data center platform built on a common code base. Deploy physical and virtual servers with the greatest of ease and outstanding performance, and run key applications from the leading ISVs.

Get the White Paper here.


The Data Center Enablement Team

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