Linux systems

Into the hybrid cloud future: Red Hat OpenShift is now available for IBM Z and LinuxONE

LinuxONE solutions, Mainframes, Multicloud

Today we are pleased to announce that Red Hat OpenShift Container Platform is generally available for IBM Z® and IBM LinuxONE™. Red Hat is a leader in hybrid cloud and enterprise Kubernetes, with more than 1,000 customers already using Red Hat OpenShift Container Platform. With the availability of OpenShift for IBM Z and LinuxONE, the ...read more


SLIB revitalizes unlisted securities with IBM Blockchain Platform on IBM LinuxONE™

Blockchain, Linux systems, LinuxONE solutions

From time to time, we invite industry thought leaders to share their opinions and insights on current technology trends to the IT Infrastructure blog. The opinions in these blogs are their own, and do not necessarily reflect the views of IBM. Unlisted securities can offer investors better-quality stock at lower prices than their listed equivalents. ...read more


The new normal for data privacy:

Hybrid cloud, LinuxONE solutions, Multicloud

5 lessons for security leaders from the IBM-sponsored Harris Poll Global Data Privacy Consumer Survey[1] At IBM, we are committed to delivering the cloud you want, with the data privacy and security you need. Today, IBM LinuxONE, an enterprise platform for Linux, and IBM Hyper Protect services are deployed in all kinds of companies worldwide ...read more


Better together: The IBM Z and LinuxONE ecosystem reacts to IBM’s latest announcement

Encryption, LinuxONE solutions, Mainframes

Today’s IBM Z is built to enable the cloud you want with the privacy and security you need. In this hybrid multicloud world, we collaborated with an ecosystem of over 700 Independent Software Vendors (ISVs) to deliver more than 4,000 applications bringing additional value to you. Several of these ISVs shared their perspective and offered their ...read more


Get Ready for Red Hat OpenShift on IBM Z and LinuxONE

LinuxONE solutions, Mainframes, Multicloud

We are excited to share the news: IBM and Red Hat are planning to deliver Red Hat OpenShift Container Platform for IBM Z and IBM LinuxONE in early first quarter 2020. This brings together the industry’s most comprehensive enterprise container and Kubernetes platform with the enterprise server platforms of IBM Z and LinuxONE, combining cloud ...read more


Cognition Foundry lights a fire under startups by giving them access to enterprise technology

Data security, LinuxONE solutions, Modern data platforms

From time to time, we invite industry thought leaders to share their opinions and insights on current technology trends to the IT Infrastructure blog. The opinions in these blogs are their own, and do not necessarily reflect the views of IBM. An idea is only an idea until someone believes in it. A groundbreaking vision ...read more


Get the most from your IBM Z and LinuxONE systems—and fast

IBM Systems Lab Services, LinuxONE solutions, Mainframes

Cloud + security + resiliency. You want it all for your business’s IT infrastructure. You want to take advantage of the latest technologies while maintaining your existing investments, all in an integrated IT environment. All the while, there are only so many hours in a day. Sometimes, onsite help from a consultant with deep technical ...read more


IBM LinuxONE III: Built for the cloud with privacy and security

Encryption, LinuxONE solutions, Multicloud

From talking to businesses and clients, we know that as enterprises embrace a hybrid multicloud strategy, they often struggle finding ways to address concerns around security, scalability, flexibility of the platform they choose, and the resiliency required to prevent downtime. When developing the newest generation of IBM LinuxONE™ we kept these concerns top-of-mind. We addressed ...read more


Best of both worlds–integrating hybrid cloud and enterprise IT infrastructure

Hybrid cloud, LinuxONE solutions, Multicloud

If you’ve been making IT decisions, it comes as no surprise that a hybrid multicloud environment is the current landscape for everything from application development to workload placement. What might be surprising is that only about 20 percent of all workloads have made the move to cloud[1]. Why is that the case? Think about your ...read more