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Container

In computer science, a container stands for an executable unit of software in which application code is packaged, along with its libraries and dependencies, in common ways so that it can be run anywhere, whether it be on a desktop, traditional IT, or the cloud.
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Rancher Labs
Rancher Labs
Rancher is a complete software stack for teams adopting Containers. It addresses the operational and security challenges of managing multiple Kubernetes clusters across any infrastructure, while providing DevOps teams with integrated tools for running containerized workloads.Most developers don’t care about IT infrastructure. They just want to write code and build their apps securely using their preferred workflow. Rancher makes it simple to deliver Kubernetes-as-a-Service to development teams with push button deployment of their containerized workloads On-Premises, in the cloud, in hybrid deployments or at the edge. Meanwhile, operators can maintain full administrative control and observability.
SUSE
SUSE
SUSE works with an ecosystem of partners and communities to deliver enterprise-grade, Open Source software-defined infrastructure and application delivery solutions backed by superior service and support.For SUSE, open means more than software. It's a business model and a culture. Leveraging our Linux heritage, we deliver the truly open Open Source solutions, flexible business practices, lack of enforced vendor lock-in, and exceptional service and support that your Digital Transformation demands. Our commitment to Open Source means adapting it and making it dependable, with highly flexible solutions that are hardened and secured for the most demanding IT environments.Why SUSE?More than 50% of SUSE employees focus on development and support.There are 8,500 certified applications for SUSE Linux Enterprise Server.SUSE Linux Enterprise Server is certified on 13,500+ hardware systems.Two-thirds of SUSE customers give SUSE engineers a perfect score.*SUSE is currently engaged with 100+ Open Source projects.SUSE has 650 staff actively working in research and development.SUSE support is available globally, 24x7.
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