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RELEASE: SUSE improves its Cloud Native portfolio to manage diverse Cloud Native environments at scale (1)


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RELEASE: SUSE improves its Cloud Native portfolio to manage diverse Cloud Native environments at scale (1)

CHICAGO, Nov. 9, 2023 /PRNewswire/ -- (KubeCon North America) -- SUSE®, the company behind SUSE Linux Enterprise (SLE), Rancher, and NeuVector, today announced the availability of Rancher Prime 2.0, which improves customers' ability to manage heterogeneous and multicloud Kubernetes deployments securely and at scale. SUSE has also revealed updates to Rancher community edition, SLE Micro 5.5, and the future of SUSE Edge. The latest updates continue to meet diverse developer needs, while furthering SUSE's mission of offering choice.

"With Rancher Prime, we continue to focus on improving customer productivity by providing a simple and secure container management experience for their entire infrastructure, including the data center, multi-cloud and edge," said Peter Smails, general manager, Enterprise Container Management. , SUSE. "The release of Rancher 2.8 also demonstrates our continued commitment to users in our open source community, providing them with improved tools and expanded extensibility of Rancher."

Help customers get more value from Kubernetes with Rancher Prime 2.0

Interoperable by design, Rancher Prime 2.0, SUSE's commercial enterprise subscription, delivers even more value and support to customers.

Michael Nichols, information security architect at Toyota Material Handling, a Rancher Prime customer, added: "Toyota is all about efficient management, and having the ability to dedicate cycles to other priorities instead of a manually built system is, "A big win for sure. It used to take us hours or even days to work through an outage, but we haven't had to since we implemented Rancher Prime."

Increased Kubernetes support and improvements to the Rancher platform

Rancher 2.8 is now generally available with new features including:

Increase container security at the perimeter

SLE Micro 5.5, the lightweight, ultra-reliable operating system designed specifically for virtualized and containerized workloads, now allows users to download workload and container images from trusted registries. It also allows them to transfer and integrate images for use in protected environments. This allows processes to be created when direct access to the records is not desired or possible. Integrating compliance checks when transferring images to internet-isolated or communication-free environments is essential to maintaining the security and integrity of edge environments.

Positioning SUSE Edge for the future of industrial IoT

For the first time this week, SUSE demonstrates an early integration for SUSE Edge aimed at the IIoT space, which will be available in 2024. With Edge IIoT, organizations can seamlessly transition from legacy technologies to using modern edge workloads based in containers, Kubernetes and open standards.

In early 2024, SUSE will expand its edge solutions alliances with Buoyant and Synadia.

To learn more about Rancher by SUSE, visit booth C4 at KubeCon

About SUSE

SUSE is a global leader in innovative, reliable and secure open source enterprise solutions, including SUSE Linux Enterprise (SLE), Rancher and NeuVector. More than 60% of Fortune 500 companies trust SUSE to power their mission-critical workloads, enabling them to innovate everywhere, from the data center to the cloud, the edge, and beyond. SUSE puts the "open" back into open source, collaborating with partners and communities to give customers the agility to meet innovation challenges today and the freedom to evolve their strategy and solutions tomorrow. For more information, visit the website

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