The SUSE Linux Enterprise: The Modern, Adaptable OS Every Organisation Needs

In this day and age of modernisation, you need more than just a run-of-the-mill server. What you need instead is an Operating System (OS) that can adapt to any and all environments, is optimised for performance, reliability and security and can effectively bridge or transform your legacy system into a more modern and software-defined infrastructure—but without complicating it.

What you need, therefore, is SUSE Linux Enterprise (SLES) a modern, modular, adaptable OS that is sure to usher your entire IT infrastructure into the software-defined era, modernising it with an engaging platform for developers and accelerating innovation in the process. The module-based architecture of SLES, in particular, enables routine product updates and patches, simplifies planning and decision making to reduce risk, allows easy and seamless scaling by providing modules and permits easy transition to the public cloud, whether Azure, AWS, Google, Alibaba, Oracle or IBM.

The SLES also makes it easy for DevOps teams to adopt open-source software that supports automation and message-oriented middleware. Critically, SLES includes access to SUSE Package Hub, where your DevOps team can connect with SUSE’s community of developers for technical assistance and free use of management and monitoring features, like RabbitMQ, Prometheus and Maven, which are crucial to accelerating innovation. That assistance extends from the development sandbox all the way to production via openSUSE Leap.

All that would suggest a potentially complicated platform that is hard to manage intuitively. The SLES, however, is anything but complex. It is actually simple and intuitive, and even simplifies your IT environment with its common-code base that, among other things, enables the seamless migration of workloads, enhances systems management, bridges traditional infrastructure to software-defined architecture, eases container adoption and breaks the silos of IT systems.

In addition, your organisation stands to benefit from SLES’s four main features:

Adaptability - The SLES incorporates services and APIs that enable writing applications for multiple servers, architectures, storage and network options. As a result, you can adapt the SLES to any operating environment, with smooth workload migrations every time around.

Security and Compliance - SUSE’s engineers respond to security incidents immediately, making sure to deliver premium quality security updates. Just as importantly, SUSE Manager and its configuration, auditing and automation features ensure easy and simplified compliance with internal security policies and external regulations.

Business Continuity - SUSE Linux Enterprise High Availability Extension, SUSE Linux Enterprise Live Patching and geo-clustering included in SLES improves your business with continuity and even reduces costs significantly by increasing service availability, enhancing security and compliance, and reducing downtimes.

Virtualisation - Subscribing to SLES will give you access to best-in-class hypervisor technologies and cloud platforms. This, in turn, enhances your flexibility and lowers expenditure—but without sacrificing either performance, security or reliability.

Suffice to say, the SUSE Linux Enterprise is the OS you need in this age of digital transformation and modernisation, and you can find out about it by visiting SUSE’s official website here. You can also click here to request a free demo for SLES. You can even find an official partner here if you want.

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