SUSE to unveil solutions for Zero Downtime Environments at GITEX
SUSE will showcase its products at SAP's and Aptec Middle East's stands
SUSE has announced its participation at GITEX Technology Week 2016, where it plans to showcase four of its main product offerings.
It will showcase products for the Software Defined Data Centre (SDDC) and Zero Downtime Environments, mission critical Enterprise Linux, private cloud, storage and Linux management.
Paul Abi-Chahine, regional director, EEMEA said: "The ongoing digital transformation is redefining how enterprises do businesses across the globe and across verticals. If regional organisations are to keep pace with their global competition it is critical for them to embrace the Software Defined Data Centre (SDDC), a cornerstone of the digitised economy.
"The SDDCs virtualise all elements of the infrastructure such as networking, storage, security, and processing power and run it as a service. With the focus being on flexibility, scalability, and redundancy, the potential impact this will have on business models is significant."
With a presence at SAP's stand, SUSE will showcase SUSE Enterprise Linux Server for SAP. This solution aims to ease deployment and increase uptime of mission-critical SAP solution-based workloads on Linux, including high availability features for the public cloud and updated optimisation for SAP HANA, thus saving customers time and reducing operating costs.
In addition, together with their value added distributor, Aptec Middle East, an Ingram Micro company, SUSE will showcase their open source infrastructure solutions - Enterprise Linux, OpenStack Private Cloud, Software-Defined-Storage and Linux Management - that offer a reliable, scalable and secure platform for efficiently deploying and managing highly available enterprise-class IT services in physical, virtual or cloud infrastructure.
"GITEX is the key IT event in the region. There is a healthy appetite for open-source solutions and our priority is, together with our partners, to offer a variety of best-of-breed solutions to enterprises looking to modernise and standardise their IT infrastructure, leverage cloud computing and software-based storage solutions, and make use of new technologies like big data, all while achieving zero-downtime environments for their business-critical workloads," concluded Abi-Chahine.