Run Linux, containers and Kubernetes on LinuxONE

Cloud-native development simplifies life for your developers as they build new applications and modernize existing ones. IBM LinuxONE supports private and public cloud via Linux, containers, Kubernetes and industry-standard tools. Now, with the direction for Red Hat OpenShift support, IBM LinuxONE III will add to your options for cloud agility and integration. According to an IBM sponsored analyst white paper, IBM LinuxONE systems offer scalability, security and reliability far beyond commodity platforms, and are a valuable dimension to a larger multicloud deployment opportunity, with up to 2.4 million¹ containers on a single system.


LinuxONEᵀᴹ — the ultimate container & Kubernetes platform

Scalability

Support both large containers, and large numbers of smaller containers – up to 2.4 million containers on a single system.

Security

Protect 100% of your data at rest and in flight, wherever it resides. Set privacy and provenance with the new Data Privacy Passports.

Reliability

Erase worry with a platform designed to enable containerized applications to be there 24x7, always meeting customer expectations.


Meet the most secure cloud servers

LinuxONE III secure cloud server

LinuxONE III

Bring your cloud strategy to the next level with encryption everywhere and cloud native development.

LinuxONE Rockhopper II secure cloud server

LinuxONE Rockhopper II

The single-frame Linux server which offers many of the LinuxONE III's capabilities, sized to fit any cloud data center.


Red Hat OpenShift on LinuxONE

Soon you can enjoy the flexibility to run cloud native workloads on your choice of architecture, using Red Hat OpenShift on LinuxONE.

 


The security and protection needed to tackle big problems

“By taking a hybrid multicloud approach, we create a geographically dispersed architecture that’s better protected against cyberattack and bring transactions closer to users, keeping response times super-short.”

 

Bill Stark

President of Cognition Foundry

1. Performance result is extrapolated from IBM internal tests running in a z15 LPAR with 1 dedicated IFL and 16 GB memory 980 NGINX Docker containers. Results may vary. Operating system was SLES12 SP4 (SMT mode). Docker 18.09.6 and NGINX 1.15.9 was used.