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Red Hat OpenShift Container Platform Now Available For IBM Z, LinuxONE


Red Hat OpenShift Container Platform is now available for IBM Z and IBM LinuxONE. OpenShift brings together the core open source technologies of Linux, containers and Kubernetes, adds additional open source capabilities such developer tools and a registry, and hardens, tests and optimizes the software for enterprise production use.

As IBM puts it, the availability of OpenShift for Z and LinuxONE is a major milestone for both hybrid multicloud and for enterprise computing.

OpenShift supports cloud-native applications being built once and deployed anywhere – and now extends this to on-premises enterprise servers such as IBM Z and LinuxONE.

Further, IBM Cloud Pak for Applications has been made available for IBM Z and LinuxONE – supporting modernization of existing apps and building new cloud-native apps. As announced last August, IBM aims to deliver additional Cloud Paks for IBM Z and LinuxONE.

By combining the portability of Red Hat OpenShift and IBM Cloud Paks with the security features, scalability and reliability of IBM Z and LinuxONE, businesses will have the tools to build new cloud-native applications while also modernizing current applications.

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