Actually, if there’s one thing that Linux needs for enterprise success it’s firms like Microsoft stating that it loves Linux, but we’ve already experienced that epiphany, so what else can we hope for?
Openly open source German softwarehaus SUSE reflects the need for enterprise critical tech in its latest moves which see it expand its portfolio of business-critical computing infrastructure software.
The goals here is to provide so-called ‘workload predictability’ for enterprise users.
In terms of actual product, the company is offering SUSE Linux Enterprise Live Patching for IBM Power Systems and SUSE Linux Enterprise Real Time 12 Service Pack 3.
What is live (hot) patching?
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