As I wrote in my report for TFiR,
SUSE is like a seasoned football player who changes ownership after a few successful seasons. This time the Swedish group EQT is buying SUSE from British-owned Micro-Focus. This is the fourth sale of SUSE since its inception in 1992, a year after Linus Torvalds announced the Linux kernel.
But what does it all mean? What does it mean for SUSE? What does it mean for Micro Focus? What does it mean for EQT? And more importantly what does it mean for openSUSE? We set up a call with Michael Miller, President of Strategy, Alliances, and Marketing at SUSE to get answers to some of these questions.