LinuxONE Stripped Naked in the IBM Cloud

Written by Paul Aage Aasheim


IBM has a hidden gem in LinuxONE. The market for Linux-only servers and cloud-based services is growing massively and customers are looking to deploy ever more demanding enterprise workloads onto these platforms. I believe that customers will be willing to take the slight overhead of working with the s390x chip architecture, as opposed to the traditional x86 architecture, to avail themselves of the performance and scale-up benefits the platform brings.

LinuxONE Stripped Naked in the IBM Cloud

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