SUSE OpenStack Cloud 6 released

by | Mar 11, 2016

SUSE has released SUSE OpenStack Cloud 6, an enterprise solution for private clouds, which eases the work of IT administrators and controls the use of resources.

OpenStack Liberty-based, this solution makes it easier to manage private cloud infrastructures, providing Infrastructure-as-a-service capabilities to quickly deploy new business solutions and improve operational efficiency to data center.

It includes SUSE Linux Enterprise Server 12 SP1 suppoort as compute nodes within the cloud. This provides admins with the most current versions of KVM and Xen.

It also integrates with SUSE Enterprise Storage, providing improved storage for blocks, images and objects while keeping the same ease of installation of Ceph components.

SUSE OpenStack Cloud 6 also incorporates a web-based installation tool to improve user experience and it provides additional networking functionality and additional support for third-party OpenStack Networking plug-ins.



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