LinuxONE™ Services

LinuxONE™ Services

  • ClefOS – A CentOS clone for z Systems
  • High Availability Option – A clustering solution for Red Hat Enterprise Linux or ClefOS
  • Docker & OpenShift – Container technologies for DevOps and microservices
  • OSS – A large catalog of Open Source Software packages that are available for support

Systems engineered to provide data security for modern applications with the ability to scale for massive transaction volumes without fail.

Our LinuxONE™ services can help you realize your goals.

Our offerings help you avoid the dreaded “lock in” contracts of the corporate giants letting you reduce your server count which removes cost, complexity and latency issues while adding resiliency.

As an IBM partner world supplier SNA invested in the IBM LinuxONE™ open source environment from the start with our team developing our ClefOS Linux on z. Our teams continued work on the high availability option and Docker containers make creation of a

Linux ONE environment easier and very cost effective.

Customers that want to try the IBM LinuxONE™ environment without the high cost of entry. Our open source solution provides all of the best features allowing our customers to realize savings. 

Customers using the IBM LinuxONE™ environment gain access to the unique features of the eco system including improved security.

The Linux ONE open source ecosystem provides the latest capabilities allowing customers to reduce the number of servers required to run their business. 

  • ClefOS –

    • 6.x: z9 or above

    • 7.x: z196 or above

  • HAO

  • ClefOS 6.x

  • Docker and OpenShift

    • To build and develop: ClefOS 7.3 or RHEL 7.3

    • To run: Any kernel supporting containers

This is available now

Contact Sine Nomine Associates through the website, email or phone.
Sine Nomine Associates, USA
,P: +1 (703) 723-6673

We offer support programs based on the customers need including 24 x 7

How Much does it Cost?

An initial phone consultation is needed to establish the technical requirements and additional services that may be required.

What Supporting Materials are Available (and Where)?