Linux systems

Digital Asset Custody Services (DACS) aims to disrupt the digital assets market with a secured custody platform

Blockchain, Encryption, 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 posts are their own, and do not necessarily reflect the views of IBM.   A revolution in how consumers and businesses exchange value is underway right now. ...read more


Announcing our direction for Red Hat OpenShift for IBM Z and LinuxONE

LinuxONE solutions, Mainframes, Multicloud

In early July, IBM and Red Hat officially closed their most significant acquisition of 2019–an important milestone combining the power and flexibility of Red Hat’s open hybrid portfolio and IBM’s technology and deep industry expertise. The feedback from our clients and partners is clear. A recent IBM report found that 80 percent want solutions that ...read more


Riding LinuxONE Systems in the hybrid cloud

Data security, LinuxONE solutions, Open source

Alf Thunberg often rides a motorcycle to the office. He repairs his two motorcycles himself, and rides the vintage bikes to work, wearing his helmet and a business suit. He’s taking an all-in-one approach to his daily travels, reducing unnecessary costs wherever possible. He applies the same approach to deploy client applications on scalable data ...read more


Migration from Oracle Exadata to IBM LinuxONE

IBM Systems Lab Services, LinuxONE solutions, Modern data platforms

With Oracle customers facing an uncertain SPARC future, many are reconsidering what the IT infrastructure of their future looks like. Those looking for consolidation of their Oracle workloads, as well as high performance, security, resiliency, availability, massive scalability and virtualization may find their answer with IBM LinuxONE with flash arrays. While moving to LinuxONE is ...read more


The next “tick” of SUSE Linux Enterprise Server for IBM Z and LinuxONE

Linux on z, LinuxONE solutions, Mainframes

The working philosophy at Fort Vale is “continuous improvement” according to the UK-based engineering company deploying its new ERP system on SUSE Linux Enterprise Server and IBM LinuxONE. Continuous improvement is also a good theme for the next “tick” of SUSE Linux Enterprise Server – following the “tick-tock” approach that SUSE uses for releases. SLES ...read more


Spartan Group helps accelerate demand for digital asset-based products

Blockchain, Data security, LinuxONE solutions

Digital assets, particularly in the form of cryptocurrencies and tokens, have been the subject of a great deal of press coverage over the last 18-24 months. Research from Fidelity Investments suggests that 22 percent of institutional investors are already exposed to digital assets, with 40 percent being open to future investments.[1] These figures demonstrate an ...read more


Announcing IBM Cloud Hyper Protect DBaaS for MongoDB

Cloud computing, Data security, LinuxONE solutions

As business leaders look to leverage the cloud, enterprises in highly regulated industries are typically concerned about protecting confidential and sensitive customer data. We have seen that public reports of unauthorized user access, encryption details, or exposure of data by internal users have been rising at an alarming rate. Given the high average cost of ...read more


IBM Z defines the future of hybrid cloud

Cloud computing, Ecosystem & partners, Mainframes

 The stakes remain high for IT leaders. Not only do they have to respond to dynamic business demands in real time, they must optimize operations on their increasingly complicated multi-platform, multicloud environments– all while simultaneously managing resources and budgets. In short, the mandate for IT leaders remains: “Do more with less.” Today, IBM is announcing ...read more


Open innovation accelerated with Red Hat Enterprise Linux 8

Linux on Power Systems, Power servers, Power Systems

On IBM Power Systems, IBM Z and LinuxONE For more than 18 years, IBM and Red Hat have had a strong history of collaboration, including delivering the world’s two most powerful supercomputers, the US Dept of Energy’s Summit and Sierra supercomputers. This partnership has been a testament to our shared values around open source development ...read more