Written by: Sam Varghese | Published in: Open SourceThe systems management software SUSE Manager is one application that has enabled the Linux company to achieve what it believes is a competitive gain over other commercial distributions.
Novell's new Spacewalk-based SUSE Manager 1.2 deserves points for its support of both SUSE and Red Hat enterprise Linux flavors, says this eWEEK review. But, author Jason Brooks adds, while the server management tool makes sense for users coming from a Linux perspective, it suffers from some configuration hiccups, due in part to the challenge of integrating two different distributions....
When Attachmate bought Novell in 2010, they spun SUSE off into an independent business unit. Since then SUSE has been growing at a record rate, according to SUSE's President and General Manager, Nils Brauckmann. As a whole, SUSE has grown 22 percent over last year, and the most growth has been in North America, with an increase of 37 percent.
Attachmate named Nils Brauckmann president of its new SUSE business unit -- and also affirmed its commitment to SUSE Linux, the OpenSUSE project, SUSE Studio, and SUSE Manager. Aside from shedding the Mono project, all SUSE projects will be continued, and there are no plans to change packing or pricing, says the company....
On July 8, SUSE unveiled Service Pack 3 (SP3) of SUSE Linux Enterprise Server 11. The release adds a slew of new features to the open source OS, but are they enough to give it an edge in the enterprise-server software market?
SUSE Linux Enterprise Server 11 (SLES 11), one of the leading open source Linux operating systems for the enterprise, reached a major new milestone July 8 with the introduction of Service Pack 3 (SP3).
Linux vendor SUSE is releasing its latest open-source OpenStack cloud platform-based product today, SUSE Cloud 2.0. The SUSE Cloud 2.0 release comes just over a year after the first SUSE Cloud release in August 2012.