The keynote and the Kernel Developer Panel were followed by a short break and further presentations.
Building Linux Workloads For the Public Cloud Using SUSE Studio
This presentation was held by Gerard Pfeifer and Michal Svec from SUSE, and was concentrated around SUSE Studio, a web interface to the KIWI Imaging System that allows easy access to the functions provided by KIWI via a graphical UI.
The SUSE Studio frontend is freely available for everyone, but you need to create an account in order to access its functions. It has many characteristics, such as:
– it can automate the installation process of (physical or virtual) machines by using a graphical frontend
– it can completely customize the environment for a new installation, ranging from packages to specific post-installation scripts
– it can create images for physical installations (CD, USB Stick) as well as