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SUSECON 2019: There’s Still Time!

Blink and You’ll Miss It! Don’t let SUSECON pass you by–you’ll wait a year if you do, and technology doesn’t wait. Join your open source peers in Nashville, get insights on how to maximize your IT infrastructure, and move forward with confidence into the future. There’s...

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[$] The state of the OSU Open Source Lab

The Oregon State University Open Source Lab (OSU OSL) has been a longtime hosting site for a wide variety of free and open-source software (FOSS) projects. At SCALE 17x, OSL director Lance Albertson gave an overview of what the lab does,… Continue Reading — [$] The...

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Wonderful world of CEPHalopods

On the face of it getting your head around SUSE Enterprise Storage (SES) is fairly easy. I mean, if you want large quantities of data storage to hold stuff like backups, surveillance videos, archived material, analytical datasets, research data,  anything on your user’s PCs; and have...

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Wonderful world of CEPHalopods

On the face of it getting your head around SUSE Enterprise Storage (SES) is fairly easy. I mean, if you want large quantities of data storage to hold stuff like backups, surveillance videos, archived material, analytical datasets, research data,  anything on your user’s PCs; and have...

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Aurora – A New Dawn in Exascale Computing

Recently, Argonne National Laboratory and DOE announced the first exascale Cray supercomputer to be built in the U.S.  It will run Cray Linux Environment, a derivative of SUSE Linux Enterprise High Performance Computing. According to Argonne’s Director Paul Kearns “Imagine a computer so powerful that it...

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