SUSE Linux Enterprise provides the most advanced foundation for your mission critical workloads. Scalable and flexible solutions evolve with your business needs. Service Pack 2 further raises the bar in helping organizations to accelerate innovation, enhance system reliability, meet tough security requirements, and adapt to new technologies. Key benefits include designed for mixed IT environments, certified on all major hardware platforms, and supports all major hypervisors. SUSE Manager puts the power to work for your team. You’ll simplify data center management, increase flexibility and operational efficiency, and reduce downtime — all without an increase in budget or manpower. Key benefits include easier system updates, effortless compliance, and systems that work together.
SUSE Linux Enterprise Storage + OpenStack Cloud simplified management of your private cloud, enhanced networking flexibility, improved operational efficiency, and as-a-service capability — have it all with SUSE. Key benefits include pain-free private cloud experience, built-in high-availability, enhanced networking flexibility, simplified application testing & deployment, and fully supported for enterprise use. Are market and technology forces pushing the limits of your infrastructure? With a Software-Defined Infrastructure, where compute, storage and network resources are allocated from a shared infrastructure based on the needs of each software application, you define the parameters and let the system. Provision resources based on each application’s requirements for performance, scalability, and reliability. Expand or contract resource allocations based on changing requirements. Maintain performance, availability, and compliance.
SUSE Enterprise Linux
Be ready for the modern IT needs with Enterprise Linux. Globally, enterprises are looking for “open” open source solutions that allow them to innovate freely, be agile in meeting today’s needs & continuously prepare for tomorrow’s technology, while supporting mission-critical applications that demand security, availability, and global support. IDC reports that organizations of all sizes now embrace Linux for mission-critical computing tasks, taking advantage of capabilities such as high availability, geo clustering, live patching, and full system rollbacks. Linux now accounts for over 39% of server operating systems. For your data center or enterprise, you are faced with diverse & often competing needs. You may be looking at containerization of micro-services, supporting your DevOps teams with open source based tools and applications, or deploying your applications in the cloud. On the other end of spectrum, ERP/SAP applications can be quite complex. They require tried-and-tested operating system backed by global support & broad range of hardware platform support.