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SUSE heads for the Edge Computing with SUSE Linux Enterprise Micro 5.1
SUSE's latest SUSE Linux Enterprise Micro 5.1 release is ideal for those who need a lightweight and secure OS for their containerized and virtualized workloads.
Once upon a time, we got Linux distributions because they were the Swiss-Army Knives of operating systems. They came with every program you might ever need. You can still get those, of course. But, lately, businesses have been wanting lightweight, secure Linux distros for cloud and edge computing containers and virtual machines (VM)s. To meet that demand, the latest business-class Linux is SUSE's new SUSE Linux Enterprise Micro 5.1 (SLE Micro).
You can use SLE Micro as a single-node container host, Kubernetes cluster node, single-node KVM virtualization host, or, of course, in the public cloud. Since it's built to scale, you can also use it at the edge or to support edge deployments with mainframes. This makes it easier to move your workloads designs from monolithic to microservices at your own pace.