Linux openSUSE Cloud Servers
The beginnings of openSUSE date back to 1992 when four German Linux enthusiasts -- Roland Dyroff, Thomas Fehr, Hubert Mantel and Burchard Steinbild -- launched the project under the name of SuSE (Software und System Entwicklung) Linux. In the early days, the young company sold sets of floppy disks containing a German edition of Slackware Linux, but it wasn't long before SuSE Linux became an independent distribution with the launch of version 4.2 in May 1996. In the following years, the developers adopted the RPM package management format and introduced YaST, an easy-to-use graphical system administration tool. Frequent releases, excellent printed documentation, and easy availability of SuSE Linux in stores across Europe and North America resulted in growing popularity of the distribution.
vServer Center's openSUSE Cloud Server is an openSUSE Virtual Server that is served by a computing resource pool (aka Cloud) consists of redundant network switches, redundant enterprise class data storage systems, redundant high end physical computer servers, and VMware server virtualization and cloud computing software. Each of our openSUSE Cloud Servers has its own dedicated operating system and maintains the same functionality as traditional physical computers. Our VMware Linux openSUSE Servers support High Availability (HA). If a physical computer fails, your Linux openSUSE server will be automatically switched to other live physical computers. We guarantee 100% openSUSE Cloud Server uptime!
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