Red Hat and IBM Ratchet-Up Linux Partnership

’s recent announcement of its Enterprise 7.1 Beta noted that the new OS provides a variety of enhancements and innovations, including support for Ceph userspace components, Docker v1.2, FreeOTP (a two-factor authentication application) and OpenLMI (a standardized remote API), plus improved interoperability with Windows file and print services.

But Red Hat also announced that Enterprise Linux 7.1 will support on (based on little endian) enabling the porting and migration of x86-based Linux applications with little or even no rewriting or recompiling. That’s a pretty big deal on its own, but add to that the newly announced support of Red Hat Enterprise Virtualization for IBM and you have the potential for a game change in the way IBM customers use and benefit from Linux.

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