Tag Archives: Linux

September 12, 2019

IBM z15: The Next Generation Expands Z Capabilities for Security in Hybrid Clouds

By Jean S. Bozman IBM applied the design thinking to its flagship IBM Z mainframe system, the IBM z15. Based on customer feedback over the last four years, IBM has made management easier and provides administrators greater visibility into the system, while supporting cloud-native development, containers and migration to hybrid clouds. The system includes 25% […]

May 21, 2019

Red Hat Targets Cloud Migration and Multi-Cloud with RHEL 8 and OpenShift 4

By Jean S. Bozman  Red Hat’s Enterprise Linux (RHEL) distribution and Red Hat OpenShift have become a foundation for Red Hat’s growth into a $3.4 billion software company. The latest releases – the RHEL 8 operating environment and Red Hat OpenShift 4 container platform – clearly target the current wave of cloud migration that is […]

June 7, 2018

OpenStack Releases Kata Containers 1.0 for Container Security

By Jean S. Bozman As containers gain wider adoption to run enterprise applications in the hybrid cloud, customers are increasingly looking for approaches that ensure container security. There are many dimensions to this concern about container security – but the most pressing is the “immutability” of container contents. That is, all of the software that […]

May 16, 2018

Navigating Red Hat’s Open Commercial Enterprise Strategy

I have been a Red Hat observer for many years. It has always been clear that Red Hat has been largely successful in being able to provide commercial support for enterprises that made the strategic decision to place their bets on the Linux operation system. Unlike many open source focused companies, Red Hat has been […]