Red Hat has released betas of RHEL 8.7 and 9.1 while its parent company IBM is offering Linux mainframe instances in the cloud, although only in some regions. If you’re looking for some particularly resilient home in the cloud to run Linux workloads, Red Hat’s parent company IBM has a new mainframe-based Infrastructure-as-a-Service product out under the LinuxONE umbrella, which it has dubbed «bare metal servers.»

IBM’s ‘bare metal’ LinuxONE push: Did somebody say OpenShift?