Latest Global Sodium Lauryl Ether Sulfate (SLES) Market Report 2019 to Talk about Historical Development (2014-2018) and Estimated Forecast (2019-2025)

SLES is an anionic surfactant that exhibits excellent wettability, solubility, foaming ability, and emulsifying property. It is extensively used in detergents and cleaners, personal care products, agrochemicals, antimicrobial, and medical chemicals. The demand for detergents and cleaners and sodium lauryl ether sulfate is increasing due to the growing awareness regarding the chronic diseases resulting from unhygienic environment. In addition, the positive attitude toward cleanliness will drive the growth prospects for the sodium lauryl ether sulfate (SLES) market in the forthcoming years. The adoption of sodium lauryl ether sulfate is high in the APAC region due to the rising middle-class-household, growing population, the growth of the personal care and cosmetics industries, and rapid industrialization. China, India, Japan, and Indonesia are the major contributors towards the SLES market in APAC. The market is estimated to grow in the region until the end of 2023 due to the easy availability of materials, cost-effective manpower, and ease of production. Access Report Details at: https://www.themarketreports.com/report/global-sodium-lauryl-ether-sulfate-sles-market-research-repo...

SUSE Linux bridges the gap between the server and the cloud

The new SUSE Linux Enterprise 15 Service Pack 1 is positioned as the operating system for servers, datacenters, and the cloud. By Steven J. Vaughan-Nichols for Linux and Open Source | June 25, 2019 — 19:49 GMT (03:49 GMT+08:00) | Topic: Cloud Business IT is heading for the cloud. But, as the saying goes, “The cloud is just other people’s computers.” It’s more complicated than that. SUSE knows that, and with its recent release of its flagship operating system, SUSE Linux Enterprise 15 Server (SLES) Service Pack 1, it’s created an operating system that bridges the distance between server and clouds. SUSE calls this Multimodal IT. What’s that, you ask? It means SLES 15 SP1 integrates cloud-based platforms with your enterprise systems; it merges containerized development with traditional development, and combining legacy applications with microservices. One operating system, many roles. “SUSE Linux Enterprise is a modern and modular OS that helps simplify multimodal IT, making traditional IT infrastructure efficient and providing an engaging platform for developers,” said Thomas Di Giacomo, SUSE president of engineering, product...