SUSE simplifies mainframe Linux installation

SUSE simplifies mainframe Linux installation


SUSE Linux Enterprise Server for System z is optimized for the IBM System z architecture and is the No. 1 Linux installed on those mainframes. Even with little or no Linux or z/VM experience, customers can install SUSE Linux Enterprise Server Starter System for System z and take advantage of the combined solution’s benefits of consolidating servers and virtualizing Linux, UNIX and Windows workloads.
“Installing Linux on a mainframe is different from installing Linux on an x86 server,” said Meike Chabowski, Product Marketing Manager for enterprise Linux servers at SUSE. “The Starter System for System z makes installation quicker and easier, and customers can get a headstart on their mainframe Linux proof-of-concepts with existing IT skills.”



  1. Does a Scientist or follower of Science have to use comments that lowers the standard of the English Language by using swear words or the hint of them? The use of the ‘F’ word does not a Scientist make!

  2. because…. as we all know, scientists are not human… they are emotionless, humorless automatons.

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