Red Hat OpenShift now available for IBM Z and IBM LinuxONE
Enterprise Kubernetes 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!