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Microsoft, Suse renew $100 million Linux deal

The extension runs until January 1, 2016. It again sees Microsoft commit to shelling out $100 million for Suse Linux Enterprise certificates and to refrain from suing Suse or its customers.

By Jul. 26, 2011


Report: VMware eyeing Novell's Suse

As Novell splits in two, VMware is seeking to snag its Suse operating system unit. If so, it would be much to the chagrin of Novell partner Microsoft.

By Sep. 17, 2010


SuSE Linux 8.2 Professional

SuSE Linux 8.2 is an extremely friendly choice for Windows users. If you're switching or dual-booting, make this distribution your first choice.

By Jun. 11, 2003

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VMware teams up with Novell on Suse Linux

VMware will standardize its virtual appliance-based products on Novell's Suse Linux Enterprise Server to try to ward off a growing threat from Microsoft.

By Jun. 12, 2010


Suse Studio: Linux customization for the masses

Novell has apparently figured out how to enable "mass customization" with a cool new tool for Suse Linux enabling users to create and test variants of Suse Linux Enterprise and OpenSuse.

By Jan. 23, 2009


SAP prefers SUSE

What has happened to Red Hat to make it so unloved by potential software partners?

By Dec. 17, 2007


Suse Linux virtualized on Windows--why?

Virtualization changes the way we deploy and manage servers. Microsoft needs to get all of the OS vendors to interoperate with Windows to stay competitive.

By Sep. 11, 2008


Novell makes Linux easy with SUSE Studio

Novell has significantly upped the stakes in the developer tools market with SUSE Studio Online, which makes it super easy to build Linux-based appliances with minimum expertise.

By Jul. 28, 2009


Invitrogen buys into Novell's SUSE Linux

Novell just notched a major customer win with Invitrogen, which has chosen to standardize on SUSE Linux Enterprise Server.

By Jul. 2, 2008


Novell releases Suse Linux Enterprise 11

The open-source company says the new version shows gains over its predecessors in terms of interoperability, mission-critical computing, and virtualization.

By Mar. 24, 2009