Suse is committed to protecting customer data and helping customers prevent threats. That's why Suse continues to expand its infrastructure security stack, ensuring customers, partners and open source communities can securely run their application workloads anywhere - in the cloud, at the edge or in data centers. "Every enterprise must maximize its resilience to counter increasingly sophisticated and potentially devastating digital attacks," said Dr. Thomas Di Giacomo, chief technology and product officer at Suse. "This means that enterprises need to take a serious look at the security posture of their complex workloads, especially AI/ML platforms where the protection of customer data is especially tightly managed. Suse's approach to supply chain security and recent announcements enable customers to securely take advantage of a cloud-native world and secure their digital enterprise."
Suse Linux Enterprise 15 Service Pack 5, the latest version of the Linux platform, is designed to deliver high-performance computing capabilities. SLE 15 SP5 is the first Linux distribution to support the full spectrum of Confidential Computing, an approach to securing customer data processed in public cloud and edge environments. It enables customers to run fully encrypted virtual machines (VMs) regardless of the environment. SLE 15 for SAP Applications enhances the high availability of SAP systems. These enhancements include automatic detection and monitoring of servers, cloud instances, Hana databases, S/4, and NetWeaver applications and clusters