My customer is in the process of moving away from Micro Focus products to Microsoft ones. Unfortunately, their current SUMA license is expired. They're running version 3.2 of SUMA and their primary supported systems are OES15.1, SLES12.x and SLES11.x (yes, I know it's not supported, see previous comment). They've got about 200 systems that are all virtual on 25 VM hosts running VMware.
The issue with the license is partly that the state makes it difficult to purchase since SUSE is not on the state contract and partly that SUSE sales folks were not lined up properly to help get quotes and such. As a result, we don't know how long it will take to get the license renewed.
They've been using Icinga for monitoring but the latest patches have caused conflicts with nagios and are breaking the plugins. Also, we've done the patch channels manually but would like to get them setup with the built in versions of SUMA 4 and now they're also looking into the new monitoring solution.
Would they better off, given their move away from OES, to use Uyuni instead?
And, if they do, can we use the migration wizard in Uyuni to go from SUMA to Uyuni?
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