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6 February 2024
Canonical is pleased to announce that Ubuntu Server is optimised and fully supported on IBM LinuxONE 4 Express – the newest addition to IBM’s world-leading LinuxONE server family. The previous model in the Express series, IBM LinuxONE III Express, was immensely popular, and brought the power of LinuxONE to a wider audience than ever. IBM ...
12 April 2023
Phoenix Systems, a Swiss company, partnered with IBM and Canonical to create a hyper-secure OpenStack cloud focused on data sovereignty and data protection. Switzerland is a country where data must be hosted within its borders, and for many workloads, public clouds are not an option. Phoenix Systems stepped in to fill this niche by buildi ...
4 April 2023
IBM LinuxONE Rockhopper 4 brings sustainability and efficiency to the business-class server landscape, fully supported by Ubuntu 22.04Cloud and server Server
IBM has today announced the latest addition to its IBM LinuxONE server line, the IBM LinuxONE Rockhopper 4. Whereas the recently released IBM LinuxONE Emperor 4 is the perfect fit for enterprise use cases, IBM LinuxONE Rockhopper 4 brings unprecedented flexibility that puts IBM’s world-leading server technology within reach of new audienc ...
13 September 2022
IBM LinuxONE Emperor 4: Maximise the value of next generation IBM LinuxONE servers with Ubuntu 22.04.1Cloud and server Article
IBM has today announced the next generation of its enterprise-grade Linux server family, IBM LinuxONE. The LinuxONE Emperor 4 is IBM’s most highly performing, secure, sustainable and open Linux server to date. As the world’s most powerful Linux-based server, LinuxONE Emperor 4 matches perfectly with Ubuntu, the leading Linux operating sy ...
5 April 2022
IBM has just unveiled its IBM z16 next-generation computing platform. As the latest product in the zSystems server family, IBM z16 delivers the outstanding performance and security that IBM mainframes are known for, while also bringing innovations in AI inferencing, hybrid cloud support, and quantum-safe cryptography. Building on the long ...
23 November 2021
Ubuntu is the platform of choice for deploying and running workloads on public clouds. No other operating system gives you better performance and consistency of experience across public clouds, including Amazon, Azure, Google, IBM and Oracle. There is a reason behind this exceptional experience. By design, Ubuntu images in public clouds i ...
24 January 2020
Businesses looking to maximise the security, reliability, efficiency and performance of their essential, mission-critical applications are recognising the mainframe as a robust platform for a variety of workload types. With Ubuntu on IBM Z and LinuxONE, enhanced security features, pervasive encryption and cryptographic support are leverag ...
22 January 2020
For mission-critical applications, security, reliability, and efficiency are essential. Linux excels in these areas, which is why it has become a highly popular platform for supporting key enterprise software. And for businesses looking to push the security and performance of their Linux-based applications even further, the next step is e ...
24 October 2019
Earlier this month, Canonical, IBM and FinTech specialists Medici held a joint roundtable in New York for executives within the financial services sector to hear and discuss their pain points, the most prominent emerging technologies and what the future holds. Entitled ‘Graduating from FinTech to FinServ’, the roundtable was hosted by Ros ...
18 September 2019
This is a guest blog by Kara Todd, Director, Linux, IBM Z and LinuxONE Enterprises today need a highly secure, and flexible system to support their initiatives, and for that system to grow and evolve for tomorrow. The latest LinuxONE system was designed to support mission-critical initiatives and allow enterprises to be innovative as they ...
11 April 2018
IBM has announced IBM z14 model ZR1 and LinuxONE Rockhopper II, an expansion to a family of IBM Z servers which bring the benefits of z14 technology to organizations ranging from large enterprises to startups. Where IBM Z and LinuxONE were at one time available only through frames, these systems can now fit into any ...
20 December 2017
This article originally appeared on the Ubuntu On Big Iron blog This article mainly assumes that an Ubuntu Server 17.10 (artful) is installed in LPAR. Ubuntu 17.10 comes with a qemu-kvm version that is new enough to act as a KVM host that also allows to PXE netboot KVM virtual machines. Any potentially different or ...