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Uptime Funk - (Uptown Funk parody)
"Uptime Funk" music video (parody of Uptown Funk) from SUSECon 2015 in Amsterdam. Lyrics: This bit Uncontrolled A bad bug, Make my system fold This bug, in the kernel My kernel My uptime ceases Freakin’, Spazzin’ My manager’s mad, it ain’t pretty I need caffeine, a big screen Gotta fix this server in a jiffy It’s too hot (hot patch) Call Torvalds and Kroah-Hartman It’s too hot (hot patch) Make a Sys Admin retire man It’s too hot (hot patch) Holy cow, am I in a jam It’s too hot (hot patch) Tellin' ya now it ain't that funny Server's down Live patching hallelujah (whoo) Live patching hallelujah (whoo) Live patching hallelujah (whoo) ‘Cause Uptime Funk gon’ give it to ya ‘Cause Uptime Funk gon’ give it to ya ‘Cause Uptime Funk gon’ give it to ya Saturday night and servers alright Don’t reboot it just patch (come on) Don’t reboot it just patch Don’t reboot it just patch Don’t reboot it just patch Don’t reboot it just patch Don’t reboot it just patch Hey, hey, hey, oh Halt Don’t reboot, init Found a fix, grab code from git Make a build, passed the tests Julio! Make a patch! Ride to Provo, Nuremberg, Newbury in the UK We got Linux, and there's no doubt Gonna fix that server in a jiffy I'm all green (hot patch) Called a Penguin and Chameleon I'm all green (hot patch) Call Torvalds and Kroah-Hartman It’s too hot (hot patch) Yo, say my name you know who I am It’s too hot (hot patch) I ain't no simple code monkey Nuthin's down Live patching hallelujah (whoo) Live patching hallelujah (whoo) Live patching hallelujah (whoo) ‘Cause Uptime Funk gon’ give it to ya ‘Cause Uptime Funk gon’ give it to ya ‘Cause Uptime Funk gon’ give it to ya Saturday night and servers alright Don’t reboot it just patch (come on) Don’t reboot it just patch Don’t reboot it just patch Don’t reboot it just patch Don’t reboot it just patch Don’t reboot it just patch Hey, hey, hey, oh! Before we leave Imma tell y'all a lil something Uptime Funk you up, Uptime Funk you up Uptime Funk you up, Uptime Funk you up I said Uptime Funk you up, Uptime Funk you up Uptime Funk you up, Uptime Funk you up Come on, patch Get on it If you stable then flaunt it If you online then own it Don't text about it, come show me Come on, patch Get on it If you stable then flaunt it Well it’s Saturday night and the servers alright Don’t reboot it just patch Don’t reboot it just patch Don’t reboot it just patch Don’t reboot it just patch Don’t reboot it just patch Don’t reboot it just patch Hey, hey, hey, oh! Uptime Funk you up, Uptime Funk you up (say whaa?!) Uptime Funk you up, Uptime Funk you up Uptime Funk you up, Uptime Funk you up (say whaa?!) Uptime Funk you up, Uptime Funk you up Uptime Funk you up, Uptime Funk you up (say whaa?!) Uptime Funk you up, Uptime Funk you up Uptime Funk you up, Uptime Funk you up (say whaa?!) Uptime Funk you up Credits: Parody lyrics - Bryan Lunduke and Russ Dastrup Directed and Produced by: Russ Dastrup and Scott Dastrup Filmed and edited by: Scott Dastrup - Slant.Video Vocals: Jennifer Nicole Marco (soprano), James Case (bass), and Stephen Jones (Lead) Recording Studio: Soularium Studios with Stoker White. Actors: Stephen Jones - Main singer Dancers - Chris Castillo, Moses Eyere, Scott Smith, Ethan Franson, The Quinton Twins Crew: Spencer Rich, Kevin Maynard, Alex Arnold Hair and Makeup: Arielle Ludwig
Views: 552434 SUSE
Linus Said - Music Parody (Momma Said)
Linus Said - Musical Parody from SUSECON 2017 Parody of Lukas Graham's Momma Said Story of the creation of Linux by Linus Torvalds Filmed on location in Helsinki Finland Filmed in part at Helsinki University at the University Museum Vocals: Shaun Barrowes Directed by: Russ Dastrup Filming/Editing/Producing: Scott Dastrup Audio Mastering: Stoker White Parody Lyrics: Rich Ashford For more info on Linus Torvalds https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Linus_Torvalds
Views: 77750 SUSE
25 Years - SUSE Music Video (7 Years parody)
It's Been 25 Years - Parody of Lukas Graham's 7 Years Vocals: Shaun Barrowes Directed by: Russ Dastrup Filming/Editing/Producing: Scott Dastrup Audio Mastering: Stoker White Lyrics by Shawn Zumbrennen Back in 1992, the idea you could make a business from Linux seemed little more than a pipedream. Three German students, Hubert Mantel, Roland Dyroff, and Burchard Steinbild, and software engineer Thomas Fehr, thought they could make a go of it, and formed S.u.S.E, "Software und System-Entwicklung" -- in English, "Software and systems development." Today, under the name SUSE, it's one of the three most successful business Linux distributions in the world. Today, SUSE, the oldest Linux business still running, is a long, long way from its humble beginnings. Then, the first SUSE Linux was a German port of Patrick Volkerding's Slackware, the world's longest surviving Linux distribution. Like Red Hat, which would follow SUSE into business in 1994, these early distributions relied on both support contracts and boxed software for their income. As time went on, the days of individually packaged operating systems were drawing to a close. So, SUSE shifted over to enterprise Linux distributions and support contracts. This move, thanks largely to IBM committing to SUSE and three other Linux distributors in 1999, would set the company's direction firmly to enterprise Linux. Today, as SUSE CEO Nils Brauckmann told me in an interview at SUSECon in Prague, "IBM's mainframes are still a big part of SUSE's business. SUSE has also seen good progress on IBM POWER servers, works well with SAP on POWER, and is making further moves into IBM's Bluemix cloud." It wasn't always an easy path to its most successful fiscal year to date, 2017, with its $400-million in revenue. In 2003, Novell bought SUSE. This move would end up causing both a major victory for Linux and a major controversy, which would pre-shadow Microsoft's embrace of Linux. First, by buying SUSE, Novell, with its Unix copyrights, would place itself firmly on Linux's side. When SCO tried to destroy Linux with its IBM copyright attacks, Novell and SUSE would ride to Linux's rescue. By proving that Novell, and not SCO, owned Unix's copyright, Novell would end SCO's seven-year assault on Linux's intellectual property (IP). Few people really noticed Novell/SUSE's major role in ending the SCO threat at the time though because Novell had partnered with the "Evil Empire" Microsoft a year earlier in 2006. While Novell and Microsoft partnership was loudly condemned in its day, one of its chief goals was to enable Linux to run on top of Windows. This early virtualization work would prove the foundation for Linux not to merely run on Microsoft's Azure cloud, but to put Linux on more than a third of Azure's virtual machines. While this was happening, SUSE continued its march into the enterprise space. The company didn't want to leave its individual users in the lurch. So, in 2006, it released SUSE Professional under a new name and as a pure open-source project: openSUSE. Today, openSUSE remains a vital community Linux distribution. While SUSE continued to do well under Novell, the larger company found itself under pressure from its stock-owners. In 2010, it appeared SUSE would end up as a division of VMware. That deal fell through. In the end, relative unknown AttachMate, with Microsoft's help, bought SUSE. During SUSE's Attachmate years, the company did well, but didn't make many headlines. Things started to change when Micro Focus acquired Attachmate in 2014. SUSE was spun off as an independent division. Since then SUSE has been doing better. In its first major move from being a pure-play Linux distribution company to a cloud power, SUSE, via Micro Focus, acquired HPE's cloud software development team. This included HPE's OpenStack Infrastructure-as-a-Service (IaaS) and Cloud Foundry Platform-as-a-Service (PaaS) cloud assets. As SUSE celebrates its 25th birthday, it appears to me that the company can look forward to at least 25 more years as a strong open-source company. Source: ZDNET
Views: 32823 SUSE
SUSE Now Hallelujah - A Musical Parody
I'm SUSE Now Hallelujah. Parody of "Faith" by Stevie Wonder and Ariana Grande. Parody Lyrics by Rick Ashford and JoAnne Eames Executive producer - Russ Dastrup Directed and produced by Scott Dastrup Lead Male Vocals and Piano - Joshy Soul Lead Female Vocals - Amy Lynn Whitcomb Sound Studio - Stoker White at Funk Studios Merik Richardson - Director of Photography Benjamin Allred - 1st AC Ryan Hannah - Steadicam Operator Christian Darais - Key Grip Lyrics: SUSE Now Hallelujah – SUSE Music Parody See chameleon with his crazy spring-out tongue? Yeah He dance around 'cause he gots it goin' on? Yes he’s a trend-setter, we'd all like to be him He’s the king of the open source, you best believe the hype He transformin' datacenters, holy innovation Ya know he puts the open in your open source now He got SUSE for me baby, He got SUSE for me now And he'll be, yes he'll be real good to me You know there aint’ nothing better 'round I'm goin' green, hallelujah, I’m SUSE now. See the chameleon with the five nine uptime swag? He’s got my infrastructure always serving apps He’s always innovating, lets me scale to exabytes He’sa made it his mission, to make my systems fly He’s a high-performance, live patching, friendly reptile Just say the word he'll transform your whole life. He got SUSE for me baby, He got SUSE for me now And he'll be, yes he'll be real good to me You know there aint’ nothing better 'round I'm goin' green, hallelujah, I’m SUSE now SUSE, Yeah Yes I do, mmm He got them crazy eyes that go every which way He got my servers producin' every night and day I got his crazy dancin' stuck inside my brain Tamed my containers, made my storage scale I've always wondered, what does a chameleon say I’m gettin’ high-fived and I thank him everyday And check out our lead vocalist Amy Lynn Whitcomb she. She was on the Voice singing House of the Rising Sun. Nothing just the best for SUSE. https://youtu.be/Y66VFS-tcpM
Views: 122660 SUSE
SUSE.  Yes Please.  (Maroon 5 - Sugar parody)
SUSE. Yes Please. (A parody of Maroon 5's Sugar) Premiered at SUSECon 2015 in Amsterdam. Credits: Parody lyrics by: Joanne Eames, Scott Smith and Russ Dastup Filmed and edited by: Scott Dastrup Directed and produced by: Russ Dastrup Crew: Jordan Dastrup, Spencer Rich, Spencer Russell, Kevin Maynard, Carston Dastrup Band: Chris Crabb (The Strike) Music recording studio: Soularium Studios of Highland Utah
Views: 149768 SUSE
Can't Stop the SUSE - (Can't Stop the Feeling parody)
"Can't Stop the SUSE" music video (parody of Justin Timberlake's "Can't Stop the Feeling") from SUSECon 2016 in Washington D.C.. Director/Producer/Camera 2/Editor - Russ Dastrup Production Assistant Main - Allison Foster Production Assistant 2 - Melissa McPherson Camera 1 - John Ross Wilson Lighting/Grip - Kevin Maynard Grip/Kraft - Alex Arnold Parody Lyrics by: Bryan Lunduke, Joanne Eames, Kent Wimmer Special Thanks to Rick Salsbury for use of Legends Motorcycles and the Side-Car Cafe (and his cameo dance appearance) Main Dancer - Jesse Sykes Jasmine Quinton Chloe Cox Chris Martin Michael Swasey Jerrica Quinton Ethan Franson PJ Gutierrez Rick Salsbury (green overalls Harley shop) Steven "the Barber" Roccazzella Toby (the kid) Blackner Scott Smith (SUSE employee) Sung by Chris Crabb of The Strike Music recorded at Craig Poole Studios in Salt Lake City Behind the Scenes Video produced by Andrew McCord Behind the Scenes - https://youtu.be/4D98M1Kli7I
Views: 129952 SUSE
Code Together - (Come Together parody)
"Code Together" music video (parody of "Come Together") from those lovely Open Source nerds at SUSE. Lyrics: Here come Chameleon He see stereoscopic He got open source code He one holy coder He got a tail down below his knees Administers his systems Man, it feels like a breeze He got no lock-in He got open stack cloud He got mainframe linux He use YaST and Kiwi He say I know Perl, you know Ruby One thing I can tell you is You got to be Free Code together, right now We’re all free He’s in production He got massive up time He use open standards He one elite hacker He got software defined storage According to top, yeah, You got so much RAM free Code together, right now We’re all free He on the mainframe He got desktop powers He rules Top 500 He one real bad mother He say one and one is seventeen Got to be good looking Cause he’s so good with C Code together, right now We’re all free Code together, yeah Code together, yeah https://www.suse.com/ The Band: Vocals – Tony Oros Lead Guitar – BJ Parker Drums – Jeff Price (Principal Architect - SUSE Consulting) Bass Guitar – Sean Rickerd (SUSE Technical Sales Specialist) Director/Producer – Russ Dastrup Filmed by – Russ Dastrup, John Ross Wilson, Scott Dastrup Edited by – Russ Dastrup After Effects - Scott Dastrup Lyrics by – Bryan Lunduke Lighting – Phil Shepherd Production Assistant – Kevin Maynard Photography – Jane Groom Chameleon – Scott Dastrup Recorded and filmed on location at June Audio – Provo Utah Sound Engineering – Scott Wiley and team at June Audio
Views: 76447 SUSE
Cloud Computing Fundamentals
Everyone is talking about cloud computing but what exactly is it? Watch this video to get a simple and concise definition of public, private and hybrid clouds, along with a brief explanation of all the key terminology. You’ll also learn how a cloud computing solution can help your business.
Views: 42300 SUSE
SUSE Linux Enterprise 12 in 90 seconds.
SUSE Linux Enterprise Server is a world-class, secure open source server operating system, built to power physical, virtual and cloud-based mission-critical workloads. SUSE Linux Enterprise Server 12 further raises the bar in helping organizations to accelerate innovation, enhance system reliability, meet tough security requirements and adapt to new technologies. Learn what SUSE Linux Enterprise 12 offers you in 90 seconds
Views: 10404 SUSE
Coding in the Name of - (Rage Against the Machine Parody)
Released at SUSECON 2016... Band: Lead Singer - Tony Oros Drums - Jeff Price (SUSE Employee) Bass Guitar - Sean Rickerd (SUSE Employee) Electric Guitar - B.J. Parker Directed and Produced by Russ Dastrup Lead Camera - John Ross Wilson 2nd Camera - Russ Dastrup Edited by - Russ Dastrup Lighting - Phil Shepherd Grip and all other stuff :) - Kevin Maynard Parody lyrics by Jeff Price and Sean Rickerd Filmed at June Audio - Provo Utah Mixed and Final recording created by June Audio Filmed with 2 Canon C100 Mk II cameras and the Canon XC10
Views: 248114 SUSE
SUSE Yes Please - SUSECon attendees Lip Sync
Attendees of SUSECon 2015, in Amsterdam, lip syncing to "SUSE, Yes Please".
Views: 3211 SUSE
An Introduction to SUSE Cloud Application Platform
o SUSE Cloud Application Platform is a modern application delivery platform used by software development and operations teams to streamline lifecycle management of traditional and new cloud native applications. Bringing together industry leading Cloud Foundry and Kubernetes technologies, the platform facilitates DevOps process integration across multiple application delivery models to accelerate innovation, improve IT responsiveness, and maximize return on investment.
Views: 993 SUSE
SUSE Enterprise Storage ChalkTalk
Traditional enterprise storage solutions, based on proprietary hardware and controller-based storage arrays, are expensive and inflexible. On the other hand, software-defined storage provides a flexible, scalable, highly-available and reliable storage infrastructure which can be run on industry-standard, commodity hardware. Ceph is the leading open source technology for software-defined storage and provides a cost-effective, massively scalable, high-performance storage environment. This ChalkTalk builds on the Storage Fundamentals and the Open Source Software-Defined Storage ChalkTalks to provide a foundation to better understand the concepts presented here. More information on SUSE Enterprise Storage: https://www.suse.com/promo/ceph-enterprise-storage/
Views: 2074 SUSE
SUSE Support - Network Bonding Interface
See #HowTo add a bonding network interface using YaST2. For more information head to: https://www.suse.com
Views: 2227 SUSE
Sam the IT Admin and SUSE OpenStack Cloud
Sam and her team spend too much time fixing issues as opposed to optimizing existing resources or innovating to add value to the business. Parts of the business use public cloud because the IT teams can’t keep up with the workload, and Sam is concerned as they don’t know what is running in the public clouds, whether it complies with their security requirements, or even how much it might be costing. Luckily, Sam visited a SUSE conference recently where she learnt about a private cloud solution that is easy to implement, easy to manage and will help the IT team to start to innovate and add value to the business. That solution? SUSE OpenStack Cloud.
Views: 32901 SUSE
An Introduction to SUSE Enterprise Storage 5
SUSE Enterprise Storage 5 is the ideal solution for Compliance, Archive, Backup and Large Data. Customers can simplify and scale the storage of archive, backup and large data file applications without limitations
Views: 1993 SUSE
Introduction to SUSE Manager
– In this short video, we share how SUSE Manager helps IT Operations and DevOps teams manage their IT infrastructure so that they can lower costs, reduce complexity and ensure compliance. This single tool makes it easy to set up and manage multiple Linux distribution deployments across difference hardware, hypervisor and container architectures, as well as, cloud platforms. Learn more at https://www.suse.com/products/suse-manager/
Views: 1906 SUSE
Overview of SUSE CaaS Platform
In this 2 minute video, you will learn about the brand NEW product – SUSE CaaS (Container as a Service) Platform, an application development and hosting platform for container-based applications and services. The solution is a valuable new piece of SUSE’s growing software-defined infrastructure portfolio, which integrates open source technology to drive next-generation innovations that matter to customers. SUSE CaaS Platform consists of three key components – orchestration using Kubernetes, a purpose-built operating system (SUSE MicroOS) for microservices & containers, and configuration capabilities. Find out more at suse.com/caas .
Views: 2041 SUSE
TYMLEZ Blockchain and SUSE CaaS Platform
Why Blockchain Dealing with disruptive change is the great challenge of our age. Cost pressures, speed of change, technological innovation and a value shift of our end users is forcing enterprises to rethink the way they think and how they work. Managing digital transformation is now the number one challenge for organizations on how they will survive and stay relevant in the new digital age. Blockchain technology should be seen as a key enabler and a necessity for changing the level playing field in favor of the existing enterprises to be disruptive rather than having themselves being disrupted by new players into their markets. Blockchain technology provides capabilities which enables enterprises to create new business models and be constantly amending them to meet the needs of the fast changing digital economy. Why Tymlez We need a 360 degree view of what it takes to productize a highly scalable and secure blockchain application this is more than just blockchain technology
Views: 1509 SUSE
Chariots of SUSE
SUSE is participating at the B2Run corporate challenge in Nuremberg|Germany. In anticipation of this big event the SUSE employees put in rigorous days of training. The fan club was also in training.
Views: 1816 SUSE
The Future of Embedded Linux Looks a Lot Like a Chameleon
SUSE Embedded solutions are comprised of a lean operating system, proven development/management tools, and world-class Linux support for embedded system developers. Built on SUSE Linux Enterprise for performance and reliability, SUSE Embedded helps organizations speed time to market, while reducing development costs and improving efficiencies. Adoption of embedded Linux is growing fast. So what can SUSE Embedded do to help? Watch and find out, then contact us today to get started. www.suse.com/embedded
Views: 3081 SUSE
Why Choose SUSE OpenStack Cloud?
What is SUSE OpenStack Cloud and why should you choose it for your private cloud? Watch this brief video to get an overview, understand the business benefits and to see why it should be on your shortlist.
Views: 3675 SUSE
Using SUSE Linux Enterprise Live Patching to patch a running SAP HANA system with zero interruption
Using SUSE Linux Enterprise Live Patching to patch a running SAP HANA system with zero interruption. This video shows how a critical kernel vulnerability can crash a running SAP HANA system. Then, with SUSE Linux Enterprise Live Patching, that same system can be patched so it is no longer vulnerable – and this is done without taking the SAP HANA system off-line. With SUSE Linux Enterprise Live Patching, you can patch a critical kernel vulnerability while the system continues to run uninterrupted.
Views: 1981 SUSE
Machinery Introduction
Machinery is a command line application for creating descriptions of Linux systems and working with them. http://machinery-project.org You can use it to get insight into existing systems, to store and track their state, or to create new systems based on existing ones. Machinery provides powerful views of individual and comparisons between systems. It can also export descriptions to other tools for installation, migration, image building, containerization, or cloud deployment, and provides defined interfaces to work with system descriptions from your custom tools.
Views: 9041 SUSE
SAP HANA and SUSE—A new generation of high-performance solutions for your digital business
Today’s biggest technology trends are creating exciting new possibilities for businesses. But how do you take full advantage of the opportunities without making your IT infrastructure too complex or losing control of your operations and maintenance costs? Learn about a new generation of high-performance solutions that are ready to power your digital business.
Views: 1025 SUSE
SAM the IT Admin and SUSE Software Defined Storage
Sam understands that things need to change. Legacy and propriety solution are strangling her company’s ability to effectively and efficiently manage storage growth. Sam soon discovers that there is a better approach for their storage today. An approach that will support future growth in a more cost effective and predictable manner. The approach is Software-Defined Storage from SUSE. www.suse.com/stateofstorage
Views: 38035 SUSE
SUSE Linux Enterprise Live Patching demo
Watch how to apply live kernel patching for your SUSE Linux Enterprise Server on Amazon Web Services.
Views: 4978 SUSE
Lenovo and SUSE Linux Enterprise Server for SAP
With SUSE Linux Enterprise Server and SAP HANA from Lenovo, you get the best of Simplicity, Scalability, Computing and Innovation. Lenovo offers the fastest and most reliable infrastructure platform to run SAP HANA and SUSE Linux Enterprise Server is the world’s only SAP-optimized Linux solution. Start using the number one data solution in the market backed by a 15-year trusted relationship among Lenovo, SUSE, and SAP. Contact us today at [email protected] to learn more or visit http://www.suse.com/lenovo
Views: 1000 SUSE
ApiOmat and SUSE - A Partner Success Story
Agility Transform innovation into mobile apps by generating each project’s essential components. Reduce costs and quickly rollout new capabilities for any device. Compliance Control the entire development process. Grant developers, partners and vendors access and privileges to their appropriate projects. Scalability Start with a small project and scale it up fast to meet the enterprise-demand for digital solutions.
Views: 597 SUSE
Modern IT needs Enterprise Linux Servers
Globally, enterprises are looking for truly “open” open source solutions that allow them to innovate freely, be agile in meeting today’s needs & continuously prepare for tomorrow’s technology, while supporting mission-critical applications that demand security, availability, and global support. In this video, see why companies across the globe are choosing SUSE, the “open” open source company to meet their Enterprise Linux needs. https://www.suse.com/solutions/enterprise-linux-server
Views: 780 SUSE
SUSE High Performance Computing ChalkTalk
High Performance Computing (HPC) refers to the management of computing power in a way that delivers ultra-high performance and scalability in order to solve some of mankind’s biggest problems – new cancer fighting drugs, climate change, or even the origins of the universe. This ChalkTalk provides an introductory description of HPC.
Views: 685 SUSE
Datavard and SUSE Partner Success Story
DATAVARD helps customers to maximize the impact of their SAP investments and to turn data into competitive assets. Datavard’s solutions allow for maximized insights into user behavior, system- and data growth and help to manage IT like a business.
Views: 360 SUSE
SUSE OpenStack Cloud 8 CLM based Install UI Demo
A brief demo of the web-based install and configuration UI included with the CLM based version of SUSE OpenStack Cloud 8.
Views: 855 SUSE
How to register SUSE subscription on SCC
Learn how to add a subscription to your SUSE Customer Centre (SCC) site ID; register subscriptions acquired through third party (OEM) vendors with your SCC Portal. For more FAQs and information on SCC visit https://scc.suse.com/docs/help.
Views: 1926 SUSE
SUSE Support - Running out of space? No more!
See #HowTo add Diskspace to a SUSE Linux Enterprise Server. For more information head to: https://www.suse.com
Views: 1497 SUSE
Demo of compute node high availability in SUSE OpenStack Cloud 6
SUSE OpenStack Cloud 6 now includes high availability for compute nodes. With this new capability, when a compute node fails, all the VMs running on it are automatically resurrected on other compute nodes. Watch this brief video for a demo of how to setup compute node high availability clusters, along with a simulated failure and recovery.
Views: 1665 SUSE
Cache Tiering for SUSE Enterprise Storage
This ChalkTalk gives you a brief overview of how Cache Tiering works and why it’s important to your customers. Vivid imagery walks you through the opportunity: The ability to store data intelligently, based on how it’s being used. Cache Tiering automatically distributes data according to what’s new, what’s being accessed often, and what isn’t being accessed much at all. It makes sure that the newest and most-used data is always cached for the fastest access, while least-used data drops to slower media. Customers no longer have to guess when it comes to where they store their data. Cache Tiering does it for them, automatically optimizing their storage environment.
Views: 789 SUSE
Orchard Park Police Department and SUSE Enterprise Storage
When the Orchard Park Police Department decided to introduce body cameras for on-duty police officers, the department needed a storage solution that could handle the large influx of data it would receive from these cameras. SUSE Enterprise Storage met this need via an open source, software-defined storage solution that offered optimum flexibility and scalability. The Challenge Although Orchard Park does not have a large population, the town deals with issues that are similar to the issues larger cities face because Ralph Wilson Stadium, which hosts the Buffalo Bills football team, brings many sports fans and visitors to the town. This regular increase in population increases the likelihood of incidents that require police attention. To ensure that officers serve the public to the best of their ability, the department strives to fulfill its mission statement: “The primary purpose of Town of Orchard Park Police Department is the protection of life and property, enforcement of laws, reduction of crimes, maintaining public order and the delivery of services which promote community well-being.” To fulfill his organization’s mission and to get a head start on potential security regulations, Chief Mark Pacholec felt that the department’s on-duty police officers should start wearing body cameras. Obtaining the cameras for officers was one thing. But supporting the massive amount of data that the cameras would generate was quite another, and it proved to be the department’s main challenge. A grant from the Federal Department of Justice paid for half of the cameras, but the department had to provide the IT infrastructure to support all of them. This task would be difficult, considering that the department’s then-current network would need to not only store video data but to also retrieve it and stream it. The department also had to fulfill legal mandates that required it to retain video data for various periods of time, sometimes for as few as 30 days and sometimes permanently. Complicating matters further, data from mounted surveillance cameras and operational data from town employees would need to reside on the same storage solution that provided video-camera storage. Handling all of this data was impossible for the network that the department had at the time, so Paul Warriner, Network Coordinator for the department, sought a storage solution that could support data from the body and surveillance cameras as well as operational data from town employees. SUSE Solution Warriner knew that he wanted a software-defined solution, as opposed to a traditional hardware-focused solution, because software-defined solutions are capable of scaling out as the amount of data they must support increases. To find this solution, he turned to two vendors, one of them being SUSE. The solution from the first vendor, a large software player, required hardware from that vendor, while the SUSE solution had no proprietary requirements. Warriner wanted to avoid the vendor lock-in that the first vendor’s solution imposed. The open source, Ceph-based SUSE Enterprise Storage solution attracted Warriner because it was: Non-proprietary Scalable Flexible Cost-efficient Resilient Warriner knew that if the department should ever need to scale out its storage to accommodate more cameras or to retain additional data for legal purposes, the limitless storage capacity that SUSE Enterprise Storage provides would enable the department to do so. Plus, Warriner was already a fan of open source software and has had a great relationship with SUSE since 2005, when he implemented a web server with SUSE Linux Enterprise to support digital record keeping. The trusted relationship with SUSE and the scalability and flexibility of SUSE Enterprise Storage sealed the deal for Warriner. The SUSE solution was exactly what the Orchard Park Police Department needed to store and retain data for its body and surveillance cameras. DEPLOYING SUSE ENTERPRISE STORAGE When the department selected the SUSE solution, SUSE Professional Services spent a week on-site with Warriner to help install the base configuration of SUSE Enterprise Storage. The base configuration provides 80 terabytes of storage: 20 terabytes for the body cameras, 20 terabytes for the surveillance cameras and 10 terabytes for the daily operational data that town employees generate, leaving an additional 30 terabytes for the town to scale to if necessary. For hardware, the department uses HPE because of its cost-effectiveness: “We are predominately HPE for x86, so it reduces our administrative overhead to stay with HPE,” said Warriner. “HPE has provided exceptional service for us in the x86 area.” More specifically, the solution encompasses four object storage device (OSD) storage nodes on four HPE ProLiant DL380 series servers, two HPE Flex Fabric switches and three HPE ProLiant DL360 monitor servers. For more info visit: https://www.suse.com/success/stories/orchard-park-police-department/
Views: 946 SUSE
SUSE Linux Enterprise Live Patching ChalkTalk
You need to patch server kernels without disrupting business. Even server kernels need to be patched to run efficiently and securely. But it doesn’t happen as often as it should, because patching the kernel means bringing the server down…along with all the services users depend on to do business. But it doesn’t have to be this way. SUSE Enterprise Live Patching (based on Kgraft technology) makes it possible for IT to patch the kernel any time it should be maintained to keep the server steady, ready and safe—without stopping the server or the services running on it. Learn more at https://www.suse.com/products/live-patching/
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HKU University of the Arts Utrecht  and SUSE Enterprise Storage
HKU University of the Arts Utrecht offers preparatory courses, bachelor and master programs and research degrees in fine art, design, media, games and interaction, music, theatre and arts management. The Challenge At Hogeschool voor de Kunsten Utrecht HKU, where students create, store and share growing amounts of digital media, the rising number of higher-resolution files has significantly accelerated the growth in data storage requirements. Adding in a decentralized, multi-site infrastructure with disconnected islands of storage provided all the ingredients for a significant IT challenge. Emile Bijk, Head of Network and Information Systems at HKU, said: “We wanted to consolidate our existing infrastructure to make it more robust, more scalable, and easier to manage. Several isolated storage systems each served the needs of multiple application servers, creating unhelpful dependencies. For example, if we needed to take a storage system down for maintenance or to increase its capacity, the hosted applications would also suffer downtime.” By adopting a single, centralized storage environment—clustered for high availability—HKU aimed to increase performance and reduce downtime. This, in turn, would help students make the most of their time at HKU and increase the university’s attractiveness to new applicants. SUSE Solution As a long-term user of SUSE Linux Enterprise Server and enthusiast for open source solutions, HKU decided to trial SUSE Enterprise Storage, a software-defined storage solution powered by Ceph technology. “Ceph is designed to provide extreme scalability and resilience at relatively low TCO, which made it a great fit with our objectives,” said Emile Bijk. “Choosing SUSE’s implementation of Ceph gave us the assurance of enterprise-class support. Centralization meant that we were effectively creating a single point of failure for storage, so of course it was vital to ensure this high level of protection and support.” HKU worked with SUSE to design and deploy a three-node cluster of SUSE Enterprise Storage running on Supermicro hardware. Following a three-month test phase, the university moved into production, adding a fourth node for greater capacity and performance. The SUSE Enterprise Storage cluster now hosts practically all file and block storage for HKU, including the KVM images for 25 virtualized servers. “We introduced SUSE Enterprise Storage at the same time as we were consolidating three locations into one, and the solution also simplified the migration,” said Emile Bijk. “We now have a resilient, scalable, cost-efficient storage solution that provides us with a firm foundation for future growth.” SUSE Enterprise Storage gives HKU a platform that can scale across multiple locations for added resilience. The university has invested in a fast network connection to a backup data center, and will soon add two nodes there. “It’s easy to add nodes to a SUSE Enterprise Storage cluster, even in other locations,” said Emile Bijk. “As our users become increasingly dependent on their digital assets, it’s great that we can keep their data available even if we lose power at our primary site.” The Results SUSE Enterprise Storage has given HKU a robust and highly scalable backbone for storing and distributing its most important data. “As our storage needs grow, it’s quick and easy to extend the SUSE Enterprise Storage cluster by adding disk capacity to existing nodes or by setting up entirely new nodes,” said Emile Bijk. “We’re also keen to explore using built-in enterprise storage features such as snapshots, thin-provisioning and compression.” HKU has seen a significant reduction in the time and effort dedicated to managing data storage. Previously, repairing or upgrading a storage system implied downtime for users. The clustered nature of SUSE Enterprise Storage means HKU can perform any required maintenance on any individual node without downtime: applications and users are automatically redirected to one of the remaining live nodes. “Day-to-day administration is much easier with SUSE Enterprise Storage, as we can complete regular maintenance work without interrupting students or teaching staff,” said Emile Bijk. “We also no longer need to work evenings or weekends, so our technicians are much happier! “Although there are storage solutions with lower acquisition costs, in our experience SUSE Enterprise Storage offers much lower TCO, freeing up funds for other activities. Not only have we cut administration time and effort, but also the solution enables us to practically eliminate downtime, which represents a huge cost saving and is vital for our students’ productivity and satisfaction.”
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SUSE Container as a Service Platform Roadmap
Andreas Jaeger - Product Manager, SUSE Simona Arsene - PM, SUSE In this session, we will look at the current and upcoming releases of SUSE CaaS Platform and give you insight into the schedule and planned features. Join our session to learn more about real-life scenarios and how SUSE CaaS Platform will help you develop and deploy your applications faster and more reliably.
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SUSE Support: Here when you need us
Adopt and manage your solutions with confidence knowing you're covered by SUSE support. Get what matters most: immediate access to the latest software updates and industry leading support from the world's #1 Linux and opensource support provider. SUSE subscriptions provide the value you are looking for: Cost Savings: Forget costly licensing fees; buy what matters: software and support Reliability: SUSE products run seamlessly with your hardware and applications due to our extensive partnerships Software Upgrades and Updates: Get the latest version and regular maintenance and security updates Technical Support: Choose the #1 rated Linux and opensource support provider Generous Lifecycle:10 years of support, and extend 3 more years if you need to With a variety of subscription options, you can choose the level of service that best meets your needs. For more information visit: https://www.suse.com/support/programs/subscriptions/
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SUSE Manager and Salt, part 2 by Thomas Hatch - SUSE Expert Days Amsterdam 2017
SUSE Manager and Salt, part 2 by Thomas Hatch - SUSE Expert Days Amsterdam 2017
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New features in Hawk 2 - SLEHA 12 SP3 Beta
Ayoub Belarbi, a Hawk Developer from our SUSE Linux Enterprise High Availability Team is presenting some of the new features of Hawk 2. Hawk (HA Web Konsole) is our web-based GUI for managing and monitoring Pacemaker HA clusters in SUSE Linux Enterprise High Availability Extension. SUSE Linux Enterprise High Availability Extension: https://www.suse.com/products/highavailability/ Hawk official website: http://hawk-ui.github.io/ Hawk Guide: http://hawk-guide.readthedocs.io Hawk Repo: https://github.com/ClusterLabs/Hawk SUSE Beta Program: https://www.suse.com/betaprogram/ SUSE Linux Enterprise 12 Service Pack 3 Beta Program: https://www.suse.com/betaprogram/sle-beta/
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SUSECON 2017 Day 1 Keynote Cinematic Opener
SUSECON, the mythical world where open-source evangelists, explorers, developers, trainers, learners all come together to learn about the latest from SUSE and its community of partners, experts, and all-around enthusiasts...
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A Step-by-Step Guide to Creating Your Own Robotic SUSE Mascot
For their SUSE Hack Week project, brothers Jose and Ivan Lausuch created a robotic SUSE Plush Chameleon which moves with a common remote control. The purpose of their project was to learn how to program Arduino with servomotors, which they definitely managed very well. This video provides a step by step guide to creating your own!
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ICO performance tracker
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The token will be essential to execute many kinds of transactions within the network, like the majority of the token schemes that will do the job. The token will be called ICX and it is going to be one of many that may be transacted in the computer system. The IOTA token is the sole major digital currency that doesn`t use a complete blockchain to conduct transactions.
Each blockchain is made for a particular intent. In general, blockchain powered systems appear to supply benefits to everyone. The really exciting portion of blockchain is the fact that it operates on a decentralized network as opposed to via the traditional client-server model.
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