IBM Power Systems Linux Centers along with the IBM Innovation Centers and IBM Client Centers provide a global network of resources to help software developers to build and deploy new applications including, but not limited to, those for big data, cloud, mobile and social business computing on open technology building blocks using Linux and the latest IBM Power Systems servers.
The centers offer many resources to clients, software developers, business partners, academics, and students to develop and deploy innovative next generation applications on Linux on Power. Resources vary by location and can include:
- Tailored customer briefings to learn about using Power Systems to deploy world-class Linux applications.
- Linux training workshops for how to program, port and optimize applications using Red Hat, SUSE, and Ubuntu environments on Power Systems.
- Hands-on assistance to show developers how to take advantage of POWER8 parallel processing and advanced virtualization capabilities.
- For business partners including independent software vendors, tailored business development and technical workshops to uncover how IBM and Power technology can help you grow your business, including access to IBM Business Partner go-to-market resources.
To get started developing and deploying applications on Linux on Power Systems, see specific IBM Client Centers or IBM Innovation Centers or contact us: