Virtualisation


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Maximize flexibility, without sacrificing performance, security, or reliability

Increased performance and efficiency doesn't have to empty your wallet or burden your IT team with administration nightmares. Each Linux Enterprise Server subscription includes support for the leading open source hypervisor technologies and containers.
Because enterprises are increasingly moving workloads to virtual and cloud environments, we have optimized Linux Enterprise Server for all major virtualization hypervisors and cloud platforms. As a result, you get more from your underutilized systems and lower the costs of acquiring and maintaining hardware.


Key Features

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Save Infrastructure Costs with Virtualization

While providing the same service as a hardware server, Virtualization uses less hardware, less power/cooling, saves data center space, and is easier to manage. Enhance your organization's IT infrastructure with virtualization capabilities such as server consolidation, disaster recovery, and dynamic load balancing.

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Take Advantage of Built-in Virtualization Capabilities

Increase resource utilization, respond faster to changing business needs, and get better application performance with virtualization solutions. You can deploy Linux Enterprise Server 12 anywhere in physical, virtual, and cloud environments. It is a "perfect guest"—optimized for various hypervisors.

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Meet Agile IT Needs with Containers
Containers provide an additional layer of abstraction and automation of OS-level virtualization on Linux. Linux Containers are great ways to build, deploy, and manage applications.



SUSE KVM
    Full virtualization solution for the AMD64/Intel 64 and the z Systems architectures.
SUSE Xen
    open source software program that coordinates the low-level interaction between virtual machines and physical hardware.
SUSE CAP
    Create microservices-based container applications and services.
SUSE CaaS
    Streamline lifecycle management of traditional and cloud applications
 


Red Hat Enterprises Virtulisation
    Software-defined platform that virtualizes Linux and Microsoft Windows workloads.