Suse announces participation at Gitex 2016
Suse, a provider of enterprise open source software, announced their participation at Gitex Technology Week 2016, where they will showcase their four main product offerings for the software defined datacentre and zero downtime environments, Enterprise Linux, private cloud, storage and Linux management.
With a presence at SAP’s stand, Suse will showcase Suse Enterprise Linux Server for SAP. This solution can ease deployment and increase uptime of mission critical SAP solution based workloads on Linux, including high availability features for the public cloud and updated optimisation for SAP HANA.
In addition, together with their value added distributor Aptec Middle East, Suse will showcase their open source infrastructure solutions, Enterprise Linux, OpenStack private cloud, software defined storage and Linux management, that offer a scalable and secure platform for deploying and managing highly available enterprise class IT services in physical, virtual or cloud infrastructure.
Suse OpenStack Cloud delivers high availability enhancements and non disruptive upgrades for future releases, along with Docker and IBM z Systems mainframe support to make it easier to move business critical applications and data to the cloud. Suse Enterprise Storage, a self-managing distributed software defined storage solution, is the first Ceph-based solution with heterogeneous operating system support. In addition, their Linux management solution, Suse Manager, helps customers reduce the complexities of managing their IT infrastructures.
Paul Abi-Chahine, Regional Director, EEMEA, Suse said, “The ongoing digital transformation is redefining how enterprises do businesses across the globe and across verticals. If regional organisations are to keep pace with their global competition it is critical for them to embrace the software defined datacentre, a cornerstone of the digitised economy. Software defined datacentres virtualise all elements of the infrastructure such as networking, storage, security, and processing power and run it as a service. With the focus being on flexibility, scalability, and redundancy, the potential impact this will have on business models is significant.”