SUSE Studio 1.0
Today we announced SUSE Studio 1.0.
SUSE Studio is a web service that makes it fun and easy for anyone with a couple of years of Linux experience to build a software appliance, or your own custom Linux distribution, in less than ten minutes.
More screenshots and screencasts at susestudio.com
This project represents a huge portion of my creative energy over the last two years, and I am very proud and happy to have it out in the world. The SUSE Studio team is one of the most talented and fun groups of people I have ever had the honor of working with (and I have been very lucky), and this release is a fitting achievement for such a great team.
I sat down tonight to write about SUSE Studio, and after a couple of hours I realized that I had way too much to say to fit into a single post.
So over the next two weeks, I’m going to publish a series of blog posts covering a variety of topics related to SUSE Studio, ranging from technical details to the software appliance market to the lessons I learned working on this amazing project.
I hope to publish every day, so please check back often. If you use Google Reader, you can subscribe with this link. I will also post links to these articles as they appear, here:
In the meantime, I encourage you to get a SUSE Studio account, or you can also whet your appetite with one of these links:
A tutorial on building a fluid modeling appliance with SUSE Studio, from Alberto Passalacqua