Why containers and Kubernetes

Cloud-native development simplifies life for your developers. Using Linux® containers and Kubernetes on IBM LinuxONE III, any developer now has the freedom to build and modernize applications and utilize a modern, scalable, and automated approach to deployment.

Red Hat OpenShift and IBM Cloud Paks on LinuxONE

Red Hat® OpenShift® and IBM Cloud Paks on LinuxONE servers let you develop and deploy cloud-native applications faster and more effectively, with the highest levels of security and reliability.

Build once, deploy anywhere

Build and deploy with consistent management and orchestration.

Build apps faster

Accelerate cloud native development with built-in developer tools and processes.

Transform digitally

Integrate applications, data and cloud services to speed digital transformation.

Multicloud management

Centralize hybrid cloud management and gain visibility, consistency and automation.

Integrate data

Unify and simplify data collection, organization and analysis.

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Automate to optimize hybrid cloud

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Protect your cloud native applications

Keep your data protected with encryption, and manage data privacy by policy across your hybrid cloud ecosystem​.

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