Red Hat OpenShift now available for IBM Z and IBM LinuxONE
Enterprise Kubernetes is now reinforced by the security features, scalability, and reliability of IBM’s enterprise servers.
Today marks Red Hat OpenShift Container Platform becoming generally available for IBM Z and IBM LinuxONE. Red Hat is an established leader in enterprise Kubernetes with over 1,000 customers already using the Red Hat OpenShift Platform, and bringing IBM Z and IBM LinuxONE into the mix adds all of the security features, scalability, and reliability you’ve come to expect from IBM’s enterprise servers.
Ross Mauri, General Manager of IBM Z & LinuxONE, has written a blog post that dives deeper into these statistics and more. Check it out.
In addition, IBM is offering several resources to help you learn more:
- Two announcement webcasts, including speakers from IDC, Red Hat, and IBM, on March 5 for IBM Z customers and on March 17 for the wider Linux community
- An IBM-sponsored IDC white paper: Transforming a Corporate Datacenter into a Modern Environment: Kubernetes as a Foundation for Hybrid Cloud
- An IBM Systems Magazine article: Red Hat OpenShift, IBM Cloud Paks and more facilitate digital transformation
The teams working on Red Hat OpenShift and IBM Cloud Paks for Linux on IBM Z and IBM LinuxONE are also scheduled to be at a series of events during the first half of 2020, including the upcoming SHARE conference in Fort Worth on February 23-28. I will be joining them at the Red Hat Summit in April and IBM Think in May, both in San Francisco. Please say hello — we’ll be happy to share the latest with you!