SUSE Invests $10M+ to Preserve Choice in Enterprise Linux, Forks RHEL

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  1. SUSE Invests $10M+ to Preserve Choice in Enterprise Linux, Forks RHEL

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    SUSE announced an investment of over $10 million to preserve choice in enterprise Linux. SUSE plans to fork Red Hat Enterprise Linux (RHEL) and develop a RHEL-compatible distribution that will be accessible to all users without restrictions. This initiative underscores their commitment to support for SUSE Linux Enterprise distributions and related open source projects. The…

  2. SAP Expands Partnership with Red Hat

    SAP and Red Hat announced an expanded partnership that will focus on increasing SAP’s use of and support for Red Hat Enterprise Linux. Mentioned in the announcement is that SAP is moving part of their internal IT landscape and their SAP Enterprise Cloud Services portfolio to Red Hat Enterprise Linux. Most notably for members of…

  3. Moving to the Cloud? Follow This Migration Model

    ManagementSee how to successfully migrate your existing enterprise class SAP application servers to a commodity-based or cloud computing infrastructure. Understand the prerequisites of virtualized servers, the build process, and the steps required to transform a traditional SAP infrastructure into a virtualized environment. Key Concept Virtualization is the key technology that enables cloud computing. A virtual...…

  4. How to Successfully Run SAP S4/HANA on Linux

    Matthew Shea: I’m pleased to be joined today on running SAP S/4HANA on Linux. I am joined by a team of SUSE experts to discuss SUSE Linux Enterprise Server for SAP Applications. Today’s panelists are Fabian Herschel, Markus Guertler and Dirk Oppenkowsi. Dirk: This is Dirk, I’m the global alliance director for SAP, working on...…

  5. What to Expect from the Move to Linux

    Companies looking to benefit from SAP HANA need to migrate their operating system to a Linux platform before they can implement the in-memory database. And while this implementation may sound difficult, it doesn’t need to be: By adequately planning and using the proper tools and training, companies can move to a Linux platform with minimal…

  6. Red Hat and SAP Deepen Their Partnership to Deliver Innovation

    As organizations face pressure to do more with less, they need a stable foundation that allows them to automate and innovate within their SAP landscapes. To that end, SAP it will run a growing part of its cloud infrastructure on Red Hat Enterprise Linux. In this article, you will learn how this move aims to…

  7. Linux Eases the Migration Path to SAP S/4HANA

    SAP S/4HANA is at the forefront of the minds of decision makers at companies with SAP infrastructures. Resting on the in-memory power of the SAP HANA database and harnessing SAP Fiori user experiences, SAP S/4HANA is intended to serve as a real-time platform for transactional and analytical workflows that can help companies leverage innovative technologies...…

  8. Modernized IT Paves the Way for the Experience Economy

    Digital transformation is expected to only increase in importance, and likely at an accelerated rate as a result of recent global events, which have forced many businesses to quickly pivot to digital models and subscription-based services. SAP customers must be able to react quickly and adapt to new realities with little notice, and adopting next-generation…

  9. Reimagining Enterprise Infrastructure for SAP HANA

    Hitachi Vantara's infrastructure, combined with Red Hat OpenShift®, offers a robust and dependable infrastructure solution for containerized applications, providing high availability and superior performance that enables container applications to remain accessible and performant. Resilient and adaptable infrastructure can accommodate diverse demands in a constantly changing environment, which is crucial for effectively implementing a container platform.…

  10. A Conversation About Innovation, Collaboration, and Joining the Open-Source Movement

    This Q&A gets up close and personal with Stefanie Chiras, Red Hat’s Senior Vice President and General Manager of the Red Hat Enterprise Linux business unit. In this SAPinsider interview, Chiras shares details about her journey in the technology industry and in the SAP space in particular. She discusses the path that led to her…