SUSE is focused on simplifying, modernizing and accelerating business value with the release of SUSE Linux Enterprise 15 Service Pack 2 for IT transformation and business innovation; and SUSE Manager 4.1 for infrastructure management. 

“Customers stake their businesses on their IT infrastructure and we stake our business on their success. With SUSE and using true open source software, they can simplify their existing environments and ease the transformation that will allow them to take advantage of modern computing as they accelerate innovation in their businesses,” said Thomas Di Giacomo, president of engineering and innovation at SUSE.

For users with traditional and software-defined infrastructures, SUSE Linux Enterprise 15 SP2 includes new hybrid IT enhancements such as:

  • Improved business continuity with SUSE Linux Enterprise Live Patching
  • Cloud enhancements and updated cloud images
  • Improved security for federal governments and public sector customers

In an effort to help users modernize IT infrastructure, SUSE Linux Enterprise 15 SP2 also features:

  • Easier migration for SAP HANA and SAP S/4HANA services with automated installation and configuration
  • Improvements for on-premise deployments and hardware support

In order to help users accelerate innovation, SUSE Linux Enterprise 15 SP2 also comes with:

  • Better operational efficiency and anytime/anywhere access to data
  • Support for NVIDIA Tegra X1 and Tegra X2
  • Faster migration from the openSUSE Leap community distribution to supported SUSE Linux Enterprise
  • Support for automation, project builds, and message-oriented middleware

SUSE Manager 4.1 is designed to lower costs, identify risks, enhance availability and reduce complexity in edge, cloud and data center environments. Features include:

  • Expanded operating system support
  • Cluster integration and management
  • Enhanced usability
  • Virtual machine management and monitoring