A MULTIMODAL OPERATING SYSTEM THAT PAVES THE WAY FOR IT TRANSFORMATION IN THE SOFTWARE-DEFINED ERA.
The modern and modular OS helps simplify multimodal IT, makes traditional IT infrastructure efficient and provides an engaging platform for developers. As a result, you can easily deploy and transition business-critical workloads across on-premise and public cloud environments.
SUSE Linux Enterprise Server, based on latest SUSE Linux Enterprise 15, is another example of our open, open approach helping you optimize and modernize your multimodal IT infrastructure.
Simplify multimodal IT by bridging your traditional and software-defined infrastructures. The SUSE Linux Enterprise “common code base” platform helps break the silos of IT systems while bridging traditional and software-defined infrastructure. This enables easy migration of application workloads, improves systems management and eases adoption of containers.
Make traditional IT infrastructure more efficient with a Modular+ architecture that enables you to innovate and improve efficiency without disrupting the traditional IT infrastructure pillars—stability, security and proven standards.
The Modular+ architecture also helps you to easily deploy and transition business-critical workloads across on-premise and public cloud environments.
Accelerate the transition from developer setups to production deployments when you start with a free developer subscription or community Linux (openSUSE Leap) and easily move to fully supported enterprise Linux.
Achieve faster time to market by leveraging open source technology, methods, and existing knowledge.
SUSE Linux Enterprise Server reviews from your enterprise peers – verified by Gartner.
“Stable, Reliable, Cost Effective, Fast. As Linux goes its one of the best and has a good pool of skilled knowledge workers across the globe.”
“Deployment of SUSE Linux Enterprise Server worked to our expectations with its comprehensive functionalities , including security , robust storage , software deployment and support”
“One of the best Linux distributions. It has allowed us to create safe environments for the development of applications, thinking of a possible migration to this type of systems and verify the compatibility of the applications.”