Multimodal Operating System - Bridge Traditional and Software-De

As organizations around the world transform their enterprise systems to embrace modern and agile technologies, multiple infrastructures for different workloads and applications are needed. This often means integrating cloud-based platforms into enterprise systems, merging containerized development with traditional development, or combining legacy applications with microservices. To bridge traditional and software-defined infrastructure, a multimodal operating system is needed. In this session you will learn about multimodal IT and the design requirements of an operating system to support multimodal IT environment.

1.SUSE Linux Enterprise 15 #MultimodalOS

2.SUSE is Redefining What it Means to be Open Committed to Delivering open source technology and Open Source corporate openness, Community Being a leader and interoperability and contributor within the flexibility for our Customers & Partners open source community customers/partners The Open, Open Source Company 2


4.Multimodal IT A co-existence of traditional infrastructure, software-defined infrastructure and application oriented architectures. 4

5.Multimodal IT needs bridges Move workloads from on-premise to cloud Leverage data center for container applications 5

6.Multimodal IT – Mixed IT Infrastructure Servers reside within traditional infrastructure and applications run on software- defined infrastructure Traditional Infrastructure Software-Defined Infrastructure SAP SQL Container Oracle Applications 6

7.Multimodal IT – Application Mobility across mixed IT Move workloads across traditional and software-defined infrastructure Traditional Infrastructure Software-Defined Infrastructure Virtual Machine Container Apps Public Cloud Physical Server 7

8.Multimodal IT – Mix of deployment scenarios Variety of deployment scenarios co-exist spanning traditional and software- defined infrastructure Storage Virtual Machines Public Cloud Container OpenStack Cloud Applications Physical Servers Traditional Infrastructure Software-Defined Infrastructure 8

9.SUSE Software-Defined Infrastructure and Application Delivery Approach Application Delivery Container Management Platform as a Service SUSE CaaS Platform SUSE Cloud Application Platform Software-Defined Infrastructure Infrastructure & Lifecycle Management Private Cloud / IaaS SUSE OpenStack Cloud SUSE Manager SUSE OpenStack Compute Storage Networking Cloud Monitoring Virtual Machine & SUSE Enterprise SDN and NFV Container Storage Public Cloud SUSE Cloud Service Provider Operating System Program SUSE Linux Enterprise Server Physical Infrastructure: Server, Switches, Storage 9

10. Building Bridges with Multimodal OS SUSE Linux Enterprise 15 Traditional Software- Infrastructure Defined Infrastructure Container Apps

11. Evolution of Multimodal OS Future – Multimodal Modular+ SAP HA Soln Modular Unified Installer Server SUSE CaaS Past Live Platform Containers Patch Live Unified Monolithic Patch Installer SUSE Linux Web/ Enterprise HA Web/ MicroOS GEO Server Script Server Script SUSE Linux Enterprise Public Real Cloud Time Server Unified Installer

12.SUSE Linux Enterprise 15 Designed for IT Transformation Simplify Developer Friendly Multimodal IT Make Traditional IT Infrastructure Efficient “SUSE's flagship distro the SUSE Linux Enterprise comes out at the top for SAP applications, mainframes, high-performance computing (HPC) and other key Linux enterprise-centric use cases.” 12 IDC Market Note, 2018

13.Simplify Multimodal IT Bridge traditional & software-defined infrastructure Improve application mobility Improve systems management Bring simplicity to support & services The “common code base” is a key feature of SLE15 platform that helps to bridge traditional and software-defined infrastructure. IDC Market Note, 2018 13

14.Make traditional IT infrastructure more efficient Minimize upfront planning and simplify decision making with Modular+ architecture Easily transition to or leverage public cloud – Azure, AWS or Google Cloud Platform. Bring-your-own-subscription (BYOS) of SLE15. Enhance security with disconnected offline installation Simplify IT operations with the new Unified Installer 14

15.Developer friendly Move to production faster from developer setups Two options for a direct path to SUSE Linux Enterprise Community Linux Option 1 openSUSE Leap SLE 15 Free Developer Option 2 Subscription SLE 15 15

16.SUSE Linux Enterprise 15 Technology and What’s New 16

17. Multimodal OS Architecture SUSE Cloud Application Container Workload Platform SUSE CaaS Virtual Platform Workload Machine SLES SUSE SUSE Enterprise OpenStack Storage Appliance Workload Cloud SLED SLE 15 Products SDI Products Services Traditional Software-Defined Infrastructure Infrastructure (SDI) Common Code Base All Architectures (x86-64, Arm, POWER, IBM Z)

18.SUSE Linux Enterprise 15 Multimodal OS Common Code Modular+ Base 18

19.Common Code Base Benefits across 3 dimensions: Improve Simplicity in Hardware Architecture, systems support and Applications and management services Systems Management Silicon Support IBM Ensure agnostic Mainframe to Consistency IoT-Raspberry Pi computing “IDC believes the common code base of SLE 15 makes the product a multi-platform OS that is well suited for heterogenous computing environments.” IDC Market Note, 2018 19

20. SLE High Availability Modular+ “Everything is a module” High Availability A product (SLE Server) SLE Server is a set of Modules. Server Legacy Apps Pool of Modules SLE Desktop Containers Public Common Code Base Modules Cloud Base Desktop Certifications …. Desktop Productivity System Apps …. 20

21.Unified Installer System A Live Web/ Patch Script Single starting point Unified SLE The Unified Installer installs all SUSE Linux Installer Server Enterprise 15 products from a single medium. Unified Installer Easy to deploy The Unified Installer medium is small. It allows easier handling, remote use, and SAP HA Soln. faster deployment cycle. Unified SLE Installer Server System B 21

22.Packages make everything simple Easy to … Search View Trace Find packages across all Display different policies and Document the used package products, extensions and entitlement needs sources modules Allow customers to mix and Allow compliance checks Avoid missed-but-available match requirements for packages features Leverages SUSE Customer Center search engine 22

23.Blogs Links: SUSE Introduces Multimodal OS to Bridge Traditional and Software-Defined Infrastructure Links: The Rise of Multimodal IT and What It Means To You Links: Multimodal OS – Designed for IT Transformation 23