SUSE Linux Enterprise 15 Desktop to Use Wayland by Default, Firewalld and GCC 7

SUSE Linux Enterprise 15 will be developed with a few key objectives in mind, including support for installing and using modules and extensions easier than before, use packages across the entire SUSE universe, support multiple scenarios and architectures on 64-bit, IBM System z (s390x), ARM64 (AArch64), and Power LE systems, as well as on cloud, virtual, physical, host and guest environments. On top of that, wants SUSE Linux Enterprise 15 to be compliant with regulations and use a secure development model. SUSE also promises to provide a common code base for containerized and traditional infrastructures alike, as well as to allow installations of the operating system from a single medium.