- "IBM program aimed at cultivating Linux ISVs" Unix boxes, mainframes and minicomputers are targets of initiative (InfoWorld)
- "IBM Power push tempts Linux developers"
Big Blue aims to double applications available for Power chips (vnunet.com)
Here on IBM developerWorks, this week we've published three related articles, all worth a look:
- The inside scoop from IBM exec Scott Handy about Chiphopper -- "what it is, what it is based on, and what it means to ISVs." This interview explains how the Chiphopper program offers free tools and advice for migrating to Linux on the entire range of IBM systems.
- Port from Solaris to Linux on POWER: Get tips on the six steps for a smooth port: review platform differences, set up your environment, rebuild your app, test it, tune it, and package it for distribution.
- Porting enterprise apps from UNIX to Linux: A practical checklist, tips, and insight drawn from experience.
Oh, and IBM even offers this if you want a handy brochure on Chiphopper, in PDF format.