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IBM LinuxOne Emperor II – Security that never seen before

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IBM, on 13th Sept, 2017 launched the second generation of its open source mainframe computer system, at the annual Open Source Summit in Los Angeles named as LinuxOne Emperor II.

Tech giant claims this as most secured linux system —

IBM Secure Services Containers, unique in the industry, protect against privileged user abuse and malware. In combination with crypto keys and isolated workloads engineered for EAL5+ certification, LinuxONE is the industry’s most secure Linux server.

IBM says that today customers needs has been changed and they ask for secured infrastructure lightning high speed and can handles millions of simultaneous users together. And IBM® LinuxONE™ Emperor™ II, an open enterprise Linux server that operates at lightning fast speed, extreme scale and the highest level of security to deliver exceptional digital experiences and even change the world.

Thus, this the better platform that provides below services

  • Protect against both internal and external threats
  • Rely on a system engineered for data serving
  • Gain unmatched performance and vertical scale
  • Run your apps and blockchain on a trusted platform
  • Differentiate yourself with premium cloud services
  • Accelerate innovation with an open source ecosystem
  • Lower your TCO and save significantly over x86

About IBM LINUX ONE

IBM introduced its LinuxONE brand of Linux – only  technology specifically for buyers seeking a fully engineered solution with a unique balanced multitenant system architecture and industry – leading pervasive security that is optimized for data – serving and mission – critical workloads and applications.

Architecture

Linux One is designed with highly secured and scalable data and transaction processing platform that is different from conventional X86 platforms.

Data serving Engineering

Linux ONE ensures your latest data instantly available by combining data and applications in one system where you can use the fastest commercial processor, on core and on chip cache, large memory and unique dedicated I/O processing. There’s no need to split or shared databases; LinuxONE can host a 17TB MongoDB database on a single system with 2.4x better throughput.