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SUSE integrates with HPE GreenLake for cloud-to-edge edge workload management

SUSE integrates with HPE GreenLake for cloud-to-edge edge workload management

SUSE has announced the extension of a 25-year partnership with HPE to deliver more efficient management of workloads at the enterprise edge. To make it more accessible to a wide range of enterprise customers, SUSE will integrate SUSE Rancher, K3s, and SUSE Linux Enterprise on the HPE GreenLake edge-to-cloud service platform.

According to SUSE, enterprises chose to opt for ‘as a service’ models to manage their edge applications. The service offerings will enable enterprises to efficiently manage HPE GreenLake workloads at the distributed edge.

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“HPE delivers a powerful edge-to-core-to-cloud solution with HPE GreenLake, and SUSE is working closely with HPE to make it dramatically easier for customers to build a distributed application for the edge,” said Thomas Di Giacomo, chief technology and product officer at SUSE. “With HPE, we share the vision that the next wave of enterprise computing is distributed.”

SUSE K3s is a lightweight Kubernetes distribution solution for edge applications and is capable of running production workloads across resource-restrained, remote locations or on IoT devices. SUSE Rancher and K3s will be available for enterprise use on the HPE platform to become an alternative to the HPE Ezmeral container management solution.

“With the combined HPE GreenLake-SUSE solution, companies can optimize their operations from the edge to the cloud, with workload and data lifecycle management at massive scale,” said Vishal Lall, GM of HPE Software and HPE GreenLake Cloud Solutions.

The collaboration aims to provide an efficient way to build, run and manage edge applications in hybrid and multi-cloud environments.

“Together, our solutions are differentiated and deliver a compelling value proposition for the distributed enterprise,” Lall further added.

Both the companies have several joint solutions, including SAP HANA deployment with HPE and SUSE, container management for the enterprise, and scalable high-performance computing for businesses of all sizes.

HPE also recently announced the launch of HPE Swarm Learning, a privacy-preserving framework to increase accuracy and reduce bias in AI models. It is a decentralized machine learning infrastructure built on blockchain technology to enable enterprise customers to efficiently use the power of distributed data while protecting data privacy and security.

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