We want openSUSE on DigitalOcean
DigitalOcean is a popular cloud computing provider that lets you spin up new instances (called Droplets) in roughly under a minute. You can either use the web interface or their API. Multiple regions (Europe, Asia and US) are available. You can choose from several Linux systems (Ubuntu, Fedora, Debian, CentOS or CoreOS) and FreeBSD. But one thing is missing: Support for openSUSE!

To change that, we need to convince DigitalOcean that supporting openSUSE is financially beneficial for them. So what would you be up to, if there would be openSUSE support on the DigitalOcean platform? But please be honest!

What happens with your answers? In the beginning of December I'd like to publish the results of this survey and, if it makes sense, forward this to DigitalOcean. Personal information you'd provide in this survey will be excluded.

Contact me, if you've got any questions: brejoc@gmail.com or @brejoc on Twitter

Happy hacking!

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Are you already a DO customer? *
Are you an openSUSE user? *
Are you using other cloud hosting providers because of their openSUSE support? *
Would you be interested in openSUSE on DigitalOcean? *
How many openSUSE Droplets would you probably spin up? *
Which Droplet sizes would you primarily need? *
Which additional service would you also be interested in?
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