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  • Help promote openSUSE Leap 15.1!

    The release of openSUSE Leap 15.1 is about three weeks away. To help spread the word about the release, we have counters available at counter.opensuse.org and more artwork on https://github.com/openSUSE/artwork/. You can put these items on your social media or blog pages to make sure everybody knows that the Release is Coming!

  • SUSE’s Embrace Of OpenStack Airship | Matthew Johns Interview

    In this interview, Matthew Johns – Global Product and Solutions Marketing Manager at SUSE talks about OpenStack Airship and why SUSE is embracing the project. We also talked about the evolution of the OpenStack Project itself.

    Airship, a collection of loosely coupled but interoperable open source tools that declaratively automate cloud provisioning, is available in its first release today. Airship 1.0 delivers a wide range of enhancements to security, resiliency, continuous integration and documentation, as well as upgrades to the platform, deployment and tooling features.

  • Going to @SAPPHIRENOW 2019? Don’t miss out visiting SUSE Booth #2246
  • 40+ sessions you shouldn’t miss at SAPPHIRE NOW 2019 [Ed: It's almost as if SAP owns SUSE now. Every single day there's a SAP puff piece in SUSE's official blog, today even two.]
  • New energy at SUSE's annual SUSECON conference

    The SUSE community pondered new challenges and the path ahead at its annual SUSECON convention in Nashville, Tennessee.

    The past 12 months have been a whirlwind of change for SUSE. Former parent company Micro Focus announced last July that it was spinning off SUSE as an independent company [1], and since then, the leading European enterprise Linux vendor has been in a flurry of reinvention. In addition to embracing a new emphasis on growth, SUSE is also finding its way through the changes in the Linux space following IBM's acquisition of Red Hat.

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