SUSE Linux Enterprise Server (SLES) for ARM is the first generally available commercial enterprise-grade Linux distribution that is optimized for servers based on the 64-bit ARM®v8-A architecture, enabling hardware and software solution providers to exploit ARM-based capabilities on a well-established Linux distribution with enterprise-class security and superior support.”

The current release is SUSE Linux Enterprise Server 15, which was released on July 13, 2018.

This operating system includes support for the following hardware platforms:

  • Advanced Micro Devices (AMD)—Opteron A1100
    Cavium—ThunderX
    Cavium—ThunderX2 CN99xx
    Cavium—Octeon TX
    HiSilicon—Hi1616
    NXP—QorIQ LS2085A / LS2045A, LS2080A / LS2040A
    NXP—QorIQ LS1043A
    MACOM / Applied Micro—X-Gene 1, X-Gene 2
    MACOM / Applied Micro—X-Gene 3
    Marvell—Armada 7040/8040
    Rockchip—RK3399
    Qualcomm—Centriq 2400
    Xilinx—Zynq UltraScale+ MPSoC

In addition there is SUSE support for the Raspberry Pi Model 3.

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