Topic: suse

ITOps Times news digest: Wind River’s support for Intel SoC processors; IBM and Cisco collaboration; SUSE Linux Enterprise Micro 5.1

Wind River has announced support for certain Intel industrial system-on-a-chip (SoC) processors. Supported processors include Intel Atom x6000 Series, Intel Pentium and Celeron N and J series, and 11th Gen Intel Core and Intel Celeron processors.  Wind River’s real-time operating system (RTOS) VxWorks can be deployed to Intel processors to support platforms that have higher … continue reading

ITOps Times news digest: Micro Focus’ Digital Safe Manager Services, SUSE Rancher 2.6, and Gluware 4.1

Micro Focus launched Digital Safe Managed Services to help regulated organizations reduce legal and operational costs. The new offering provides customers a variety of services, including end-to-end consultancy services that provide in-house experts and predictable service costs to perform ongoing archiving and compliance tasks.  “The Micro Focus Digital Safe Managed Services remove roadblocks to efficient … continue reading

ITOps Times news digest: ServiceNow and Citrix integration, SUSE Professional Services on AWS, and Syncron and Mize merge

ServiceNow and Citrix have announced a new Virtual Agent integration that allows IT teams to more quickly resolve incidents. The new integration combines the power of ServiceNow ITSM with the Citrix ITSM Connector app, which allows IT to automate desktop session reset actions within Citrix Virtual Apps and Desktop services.  “Like much of the workforce, … continue reading

SUSE receives Common Criteria certification

SUSE’s flagship Linux distribution, Linux Enterprise, has earned the Common Criteria EAL 4+ certification for IBM Z, Arm, and x86-64 platforms. This signifies compliance with the most demanding security requirements for mission-critical infrastructure, according to SUSE.  The exponential growth in IoT and edge devices has prompted countries to raise their compliance requirements for infrastructure providers, … continue reading

ITOps Times news digest: Open Telemetry to use observIQ’s log agent, SUSE Linux Enterprise Server for SAP applications, and Untangle’s new Channel Partner Portal

Open Telemetry will be using observIQ’s log agent Stanza as a key component for log collection. Several members of observIQ’s team will join the Open Telemetry as project maintainers.  “We are thrilled to integrate observIQ’s Stanza log agent into the OpenTelemetry Project,” said Morgan McLean, co-founder of OpenTelemetry. “observIQ’s contribution to the logs portion of … continue reading

Longhorn extends Kubernetes-native storage capabilities to support edge deployments

SUSE, a global leader in true open source innovation and owner of the Rancher container management platform, today celebrates the release of Longhorn 1.1. Longhorn has been a Cloud Native Computing Foundation (CNCF) Sandbox project since October 2019. Since becoming generally available in June 2020, Longhorn adoption has increased by +235% to become a mainstay … continue reading

SUSE is bringing a new Kubernetes-native implementation of the Cloud Foundry development model to SUSE Cloud Application Platform

SUSE today announced that a new Kubernetes-native implementation of the popular Cloud Foundry development model is coming to SUSE Cloud Application Platform, advancing the company’s drive to help enterprises accelerate application delivery, speed innovation and increase business agility. This is SUSE’s latest move to provide Kubernetes users with the top cloud native DevOps experience by … continue reading

SUSE gets new ownership, sold for $2.5 billion

Micro Focus has sold the open-source infrastructure software provider SUSE for $2.5 billion to the investment firm EQT VIII. Micro Focus first acquired SUSE in 2014 for $1.2 billion as part of its Attachmate acquisition. SUSE was founded in 1992, and is known for its enterprise-grade open-source Linux operating system. Today, the company provides enterprise-grade, … continue reading

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