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SUSE® Linux Enterprise Server 11 Product Overview Insert Presenter's Name (16 pt) Insert Presenter's Title (14 pt) Insert Company/Email (14 pt)
What Do You Need to Deliver IT as a Service? SLAs and business continuity Resource utilization and efficiency And, affordable, no vendor lock-in. 2 Security and compliance
Ensure SLAs and Business Continuity Reliability, Accessibility, Serviceability (RAS) • Swap over NFS • Built-in open source multipath I/O • CPU/memory hot plugging Horizontal and Vertical Scalability • Large capacity and faster system interconnect (OFED / Infini. Band) SUSE Linux Enterprise High Availability Extension • Clustering solution including Cluster Filesystem • Load-balancing • Host-based mirroring • Geo Clustering 3
Example: Scaling-up Capacity Handles huge amounts of data with massive computing power: • 4096 Logical CPU • 64 Ti. B RAM • Benchmarks are certified on www. suse. com/partners/ihv/yes Supports the latest Intel CPUs with better performance and more power savings • Ivy Bridge v 2 • Haswell 4
Improve Resource Utilization and Efficiency Local System Management • Ya. ST: user friendly GUI • Auto. Ya. ST: automated setup and configuration • ZYpp: the fastest package and patch management Hybrid System Management (with SUSE Manager) • SUSE Manager Management Pack for Microsoft System Center: Manage Linux and Windows servers via the same console 5
Improve Resource Utilization and Efficiency Cross Platform Virtualization • Optimized for v. Sphere and Hyper-V • Include Xen and KVM open source hypervisors • Linux Containers: highly efficient, low overhead OS virtualization Interoperability • Investment protection: works well with Windows, UNIX and Linux • Leading in IPv 6 (USGv 6) certification 6
Example: Snapshot and Rollback • Travel back in time, compare snapshots and rollback to a known state • • 7 Btrfs: next generation Linux file system with easy operation and fault tolerant operation Snapper: powerful snapshot tool with efficient management capabilities
Security and Standards Compliance Security • Open source software nature: openness, transparency and traceability • Key features like App. Armor and UEFI Secure Boot help minimize malicious attacks Standards Compliance • CGL 4. 0, Common Criteria Certificate, FIPS 140 -2 Resources • www. suse. com/support/security/mission • www. suse. com/security/certificates 8
Example: UEFI Secure Boot • Enhances security, reducing potential malicious attacks from system boot stage • The first enterprise Linux integrating the UEFI secure boot mechanism (SUSE Linux Enterprise Server Service Pack 3) • For more information visit www. suse. com/communities/conv ersations/uefi-secure-bootoverview 9
Example: Security and Certifications 10
Summary: Key Features and Benefits 11
Large Ecosystem, More Choices Available on Five Different Architectures • Intel 64/AMD 64, IA-32, IBM POWER, IBM System z and Itanium More Applications, More Hardware • 11, 400+ ISV applications • 13, 500+ hardware devices certified and supported Most Up-to-date Drivers and Comprehensive Tools • The SUSE Solid. Driver Program: deploy necessary third-party kernel drivers with confidence • SDK: IDE and popular programming languages • Resource: ‒ www. suse. com/susepsc/home ‒ www. suse. com/yessearch/search. jsp ‒ http: //drivers. suse. com 12
SUSE® Linux Enterprise Server Lifecycle and Code Streams 13 -year Lifecycle 10 years general support 2 years general support 3 years Long Term Service Pack Support (LTSS) 13 5 -year Lifecycle per Service Pack 3 years LTSS
What's New and What's Coming SUSE Linux Enterprise 11 Service Pack 3 (July 2013) • Latest Intel CPUs: Ivy Bridge v 2 and Haswell • 4096 CPU and 64 Ti. B RAM support • OFED 1. 5. 4, Infini. Band, i. SCSI Target (LIO) • UEFI Secure Boot SUSE Linux Enterprise 12 (2 H 2014) • Snapshot and Rollback for the full system, including Kernel. • Migrate processes to more reliable CPU/memory • Open v. Switch • KVM and Xen • SAMBA 4 14
UNIX Performance at a Linux Price 15
Competitive Comparison with RHEL 16
The Burton Corporation Read Full Case Study • Company operates 24/7 • Company requires the flexibility to react quickly to changes in the marketplace. • IT department needs to provide consistent uptime; problematic in the past. • Previous HP-UX platform required expensive and time consuming administration. • UNIX upgrade was cost prohibitive. 17 • SUSE Linux Enterprise Server for SAP is certified by SAP • SUSE Linux Enterprise Server can run mission-critical systems reliably. • Migrated all mission-critical systems to Dell hardware running SUSE Linux Enterprise. • SUSE Linux Enterprise Server is extremely scalable. ● ● ● Reduced overall, serverrelated costs by 80%, compared to previous proprietary solution Achieved 99. 999% uptime Reduced power consumption by 30%
Office Depot Read Full Success Story • The company runs applications on various platforms like UNIX, Linux, Windows and AS/400. It needs to standardize its IT environment. • The company needs security and stability for its global business that operates 24/7. • The company needs an open platform that would provide flexibility to deliver applications without huge costs. 18 • SUSE Linux Enterprise Server to support several missioncritical workloads including database, middle-ware and ERP applications. • Create virtual servers running SUSE Linux Enterprise Server on top of Vmware to increase server utilization. ● ● Simplified IT environment by implementing an open platform solution. Reduced hardware costs and total cost of ownership. Consolidated servers with virtualization. Achieved 100 -percent ROI on Linux investment in first year.
Ciclum Farma Read Full Success Story • Maintain profit margin by tight control using SAP ERP applications, which require a reliable and high performance platform. • Protect critical workloads against the risk of downtime and to increase the overall service availability. • Tight rein on operation cost 19 • SUSE Linux Enterprise Server that is fully validated and certified by SAP. • KVM virtualization technology that's provided by SUSE Linux Enterprise Server to preserve existing system architecture while using more efficient physical infrastructure. • SUSE Linux Enterprise High Availability Extension to ensure virtualized SAP environment. ● ● ● Reduced IT operating costs by 50 percent through virtualization. Delivered 100 percent uptime for mission-critical SAP applications in nine months since the solution has gone live. Provided a flexible, reliable platform for supporting core business services.
Sony Italia Read Full Success Story • Need a more compact and efficient physical infrastructure and preserve old system architecture. • Reduce costs including operation cost and license cost. 20 • SUSE Linux Enterprise Server with built-in Xen virtualization technology consolidates smaller systems into a few large servers. ● ● • SUSE Linux Enterprise High Availability Extension provides powerful clustering tools to make sure the virtualization environments are highly available. ● Consolidated 12 physical servers to virtual machines running on two physical servers. Saved an estimated 60 percent on server acquisition costs. Reduced TCO by cutting power and cooling requirements.
Teradata Read Full Success Story • MP-RAS, Teradata's own version of UNIX, could not meet the scalability, security and maturity and flexibility requirements from its customers • Maintain security and function updates. 21 • SUSE Linux Enterprise Server was chosen to drive the performance Teradata and its customers required. ● Process big data without any issues – securely, reliably and fast. ● • Replace MP-RAS and Windows to reduce costs and support only one code stream. Provide faster, better service. ● Lower costs.
Delta Lloyd Read Full Success Story • To keep management and support costs to a minimum, Delta Lloyd decided to standardize on a single Linux distribution across the whole organization. • The team wanted to upgrade to the latest version of IBM Web. Sphere Application Server. • Its application vendor no longer supported on IBM AIX platform and Linux was the preferred operating system. 22 • SUSE Linux Enterprise Server was installed on more than 75 servers to run Web. Sphere and other applications for production environments. • Run SUSE Linux Enterprise Server on Vmware v. Sphere for development and nonproduction systems for flexibility and agility. ● ● ● Simplified Linux management by standardizing on a single distribution. Reduced software licensing and support costs by porting a major application from IBM AIX to SUSE Linux Enterprise Server. Reduced infrastructure costs by moving from proprietary hardware to commodity x 86 processor-based servers.
China Telecom Read Full Success Story • “UNIX technologies are mature and reliable, but they are also relatively expensive. ” • Reduce dependence on individual suppliers as much as possible. • SUSE Linux Enterprise Server was installed on a number of different x 86 -based servers from IBM, HP and Dell. ● ● ● 23 Increased flexibility and reduced reliance on individual vendors. Reduced costs compared to proprietary UNIX operating systems. Provided high levels of security and stability.
Subscription Pricing UNLIMITED VMs per socket pair with host entitlement are supported on one virtual subscription. 24
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Positioning Statement To modern enterprises that need affordable IT infrastructure to guarantee SLAs, SUSE Linux Enterprise Server 11 is a highly reliable, scalable and secure server operating system. It allows you to maximize resource utilization with more choices and eliminates vendor lock-in risk, helping you to succeed. 29