Banking Fintech News

Deutsche Bank Deepens Partnership With SUSE On Open, Enterprise-Grade Linux

Deutsche Bank Deepens Partnership With SUSE On Open, Enterprise-Grade Linux
  • Deutsche Bank will obtain support for thousands of SUSE Linux Enterprise and Red Hat Enterprise Linux Servers with SUSE Liberty Linux, an enterprise solution to maintain and support a wide variety of enterprise Linux distributions

  • Strategic move underpins the importance of customer choice to innovate at their own pace while ensuring the security of their enterprise Linux infrastructure

SUSE, a global leader in innovative, open and secure enterprise-grade solutions, today announced that Deutsche Bank, the leading bank in Germany with strong European roots and a global network,, has chosen SUSE Liberty Linux to maintain and support its global Linux estate consisting of thousands of SUSE Linux Enterprise and Red Hat Enterprise Linux Servers. With SUSE Liberty Linux, customers get comprehensive Linux enterprise support from one source for any enterprise Linux, any version, including Red Hat Enterprise Linux and CentOS, reducing complexity and cost, while keeping Linux estates secure and future-proofed.

Read More Hyper-personalization in Banking: The Tech Journey to Serving a Segment of One

“Customers need predictable maintenance and support for their mixed enterprise Linux estates to be able to innovate at their own pace,” said Werner Knoblich, Chief Revenue Officer at SUSE. “By choosing SUSE and SUSE Liberty Linux, SUSE is excited to support Deutsche Bank, ensuring choice and freedom for their mission critical enterprise Linux.”

“Given the critical nature of our infrastructure, we have to consistently ensure the security of our mixed Linux estates,” said Keith Anderson, Product Manager for Compute at Deutsche Bank. “We have successfully partnered with SUSE for many years for innovative open source solutions. With SUSE Liberty Linux, we deepen this strong relationship.”

SUSE Liberty Linux is an enterprise solution for hassle free maintenance and support of mixed Linux estates from one source – any enterprise Linux, any version, including CentOS. Customers like Deutsche Bank obtain proven enterprise support with predictable releases for their enterprise Linux. With SUSE Liberty Linux, customers take control of their enterprise Linux, free from uncertainty with a partner that believes in the power of open source for enterprises.

Read More : How Blockchain-Powered Ecosystems Are Poised to Transform the Agricultural Sector

[To share your insights with us, please write to psen@itechseries.com ]

Related posts

Finance of America Issues Statement on the Proposed Sale of Commercial Lending Business

Business Wire

MoneyGram Launches Partnership with Japanese Fintech Smiles to Enable International Money Transfers

Fintech News Desk

DataVisor and Q6 Cyber Collaborate to Enhance Fraud Detection Capabilities with Threat Intelligence Integration

Business Wire
1