IBM has transformed its software portfolio to be cloud-native and optimized it to run on Red Hat OpenShift. Enterprises can now build mission-critical applications once and run them on all leading public clouds and on private clouds.
IBM has also announced the Red Hat OpenShift on IBM Cloud, RedHat OpenShift on IBM Z and LinuxOne and Red Hat consulting and technology services.
The cloud native capabilities will be delivered through The Cloud Paks which will provide full software support and help protect the entire stack—from hardware to applications – to help clients rapidly migrate, integrate and modernize mission-critical applications on any cloud.
With this, IBM said, companies can easily migrate their crucial applications to multiple cloud, internet-based servers. IBM said this transformation would majorly help clients move their core business applications to cloud securely
Arvind Krishna, senior vice president, Cloud, and Cognitive Software, IBM, commented, “We are providing the essential tools enterprises need to make their multi-year journey to cloud on common, open standards that can reach across clouds, across applications, and across vendors with Red Hat.”
“Combined with IBM’s strong industry expertise and supported by a vast ecosystem of passionate developers and partners, customers can create modern apps with the technologies of their choice and the flexibility to deploy in the best environment for the app – whether that is on-premises or across multiple public clouds,” added Jim Whitehurst, president and CEO, Red Hat.
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