openSUSE Leap Primary Use Case

Elliott Scott
CEO at Scott Solutions LLC

I use Leap as a desktop operating system in my office. I use it primarily for virtualization now, in all of my smaller customer sites, and internally in my new business. I've transitioned away from XEN in favor of KVM, which I've found to be a very stable platform.

I'm now looking into High Availability using Pacemaker, DRBD, LVM, and KVM to form HA Virtualization clusters. Thus far, I'm pleased with the results.

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Talent Acquisition Manager, APAC at a tech services company with 10,001+ employees

The company that I work for had been hacked and we wanted a more secure operating system, this is why we are using openSUSE Leap.

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