SUSE Linux jumps on the open private cloud deployment train

Erin Watkins, Assistant Site Editor

SUSE Linux Enterprise recently announced it is working on a simplified open private cloud deployment called SUSE Cloud.

Its partner in cloud, OpenStack, has a community of more than 3,300 developers that SUSE hopes to use to give

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its private cloud better public support. SUSE joins other Linux distributions such as Red Hat and Ubuntu, which both have cloud ambitions.

Details for SUSE Cloud can be found on the company's website.

NVIDIA driver support for Linux?

Chip-making giant NVIDIA is experimenting with Linux support for its Optimus graphics chip, according to an email from Aaron Plattner, software engineer at NVIDIA. The email sought help from open source developers to surmount a few technical difficulties.

In a widely popularized video taken earlier this year, Linux creator Linus Torvalds criticized NVIDIA for not developing Linux drivers for the Optimus chips.

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