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SUSECON 2017
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BOV124370 - Why Reinvent the Wheel? Sharing Expertise, Experience and Knowledge via the SUSE Best Practices

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"For many enterprises, a lot of hidden IT experience exists in the ecosystem. This is also the case for SUSE—no matter which product or technology you are looking at. For every product or solution, there are subject matter experts that have profound know-how and skills. But this kind of information is usually not publicly available. The purpose of the SUSE Best Practices is to change this situation by making existing knowledge and experience available to a broader audience. This new type of documentation (in contrast to the SUSE product documentation, which mainly guides you through product installation and usage) delivers a series of topic-driven guides and provides installation and implementation ""experiences."" Best of all, YOU can contribute and you can re-use it! We share all product documentation under an open document license, such as the GNU Free Documentation License. And we primarily use open source tools to create our guides, quick starts, and of course our SUSE Best Practices. If you are open to sharing your experience and knowledge in the true spirit of ""Open Source""; curious to learn more about the tools and processes used to create our documentation; or eager to discover how you can influence the output of the SUSE documentation, come and join the talk!"


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