OpenShift is Now Generally Available on IBM Z. That’s Kind of a Big Deal…


Containers and mainframes are like chalk and cheese: the former, a way of letting code and all its dependencies run smoothly irrespective of infrastructure; the latter, great chunks of infrastructure to which applications are typically wedded. (It is a notorious headache to port them to alternative architectures.)

IBM and Red Hat’s proud announcement today that OpenShift is now generally available for IBM Z and LinuxONE is a big one as a result; offering developers the opportunity to build applications once and run them anywhere – even on an IBM Z mainframe – without extensive architecture-specific finessing.

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