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SUSE Manager 4: Traditional server management marries DevOps

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Managing Linux servers has never been easy. Programs like Cockpit, cPanel, and Webmin use a GUI to make it simpler to handle common sysadmin tasks. But, with servers moving from the racks in your server room to the cloud and the edge and the Internet of Things (IoT), we need more. That's where DevOps comes in. And now programs like the new SUSE Manager 4 combine the best of both sysadmin approaches.

Daniel Nelson, SUSE VP of products and solutions, explained in a statement: "SUSE Manager manages physical, virtual, and containerized systems across edge, core, and cloud environments, all from a single centralized console. It's part of the IT transformation that lowers costs, reduces complexity, and boosts business agility."

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Introducing SUSE Manager for Retail 4

  • From the store to the core to the cloud: Introducing SUSE Manager for Retail 4

    We are very pleased to announce the availability of SUSE Manager for Retail 4!
    Built on SUSE Manager 4, SUSE Manager for Retail 4 delivers best-in-class open source infrastructure management, optimized and tailored specifically for the Retail industry. This latest release of SUSE Manager for Retail delivers new enhancements focused on improving operational efficiency, increasing scalability, reducing complexity and simplifying management of Retail environments:

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  • Much more with 4! Keeping your infrastructure Healthy, Secure and Compliant with SUSE Manager 4

    Simplify management and reduce operational expenditure with enhanced package staging through a new Content Lifecycle Management (CLM) user interface and improved APIs for managing packages, patches and configurations. Moving packages across multiple stages, like development, QA and production is now a simple UI-based task.
    Ease virtual machine management complexity with new Salt based virtual machine management that allows the near real-time management hundreds of servers. This allows managing virtual machines through a UI, with start/stop buttons, and by defining Salt states: For example, you can create a Salt state that always ensures that the same three virtual machines are created and running on all your retail branch servers!

SUSE Manager 4 – Manage Thousands Of Linux Machines

  • SUSE Manager 4 – Manage Thousands Of Linux Machines

    SUSE has some of the best-of-the-breed gems for DevOps teams. SUSE Manager is one of them.

    SUSE, a provider of open source infrastructure solutions, has released SUSE Manager 4, a comprehensive environment for lifecycle management of hundreds and thousands of Linux systems.

    It can manage hypervisors, containers, bare metal systems, IoT devices, and third-party cloud platforms. It also provides automated software management, asset management, and system provisioning to keep these systems up to date.

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What Is SUSE Manager?

  • What Is SUSE Manager?

    In this clip, Jochen Breuer, an engineer in the SUSE Manager Team, explains what is SUSE Manager. Watch the full interview of Breuer on TFIR where he goes in depth to explain the open source project, Uyuni, which is the foundation and upstream of SUSE Manager. We also talked about another openSUSE project called Yomi which is being developed as the installer for openSUSE and SUSE family of distributions. The interview was conducted at openSUSE Conference. SUSE/openSUSE Sponsored the travel and lodging of TFIR team for this interview.

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