Using openSUSE in the Public Cloud
id: sakana (https://connect.opensuse.org/pg/profile/sakana) openSUSE Ambassador - Taiwan
*Create workshop with openSUSE -- hadoop and nagios *Promote openSUSE in the school. *Write openSUSE lab article in Linux Pilot magazine http://www.linuxpilot.com/ *Some picture in flickr http://www.flickr.com/search/?q=opensuse&m=tags&w=14482296%40N08&ss=2&z=e *COSCUP / openSUSE 2012 Program Committee member http://coscup.org/2012/en
No video of the event yet, sorry!
openSUSE is a project that serves to promote the use of free and open-source software. openSUSE is well known for its Linux distributions, mainly Tumbleweed, a tested rolling release, and Leap, a distribution with long-term support. MicroOS and Kubic are new transactional, self-contained distributions for use as desktop or container runtime. ( https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/OpenSUSE )
Public Cloud services are delivered over the public Internet, and they may be offered as a paid subscription, or free of charge. Architecturally, there are few differences between public- and private-cloud services, but security concerns increase substantially when services (applications, storage, and other resources) are shared by multiple customers.
In this talk - I will introduce What is Public Cloud ? GCP ( Google Cloud Platform ) / Azure (Microsoft Azure platform) / AWS( Amazon Web Services) ? How to start with Public Cloud ? Documents / Resources with Cloud Service. Introduce Public Cloud Service - Keyword / type Why should you use Public Cloud Service? ( time / price / autoscale / … ) Cloud CLI Tools with openSUSE / Cloud Shell Run openSUSE in the public cloud
- 2023 October 21 - 11:45
- 30 min
- openSUSE.Asia Summit 2023
- Main Track