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IBM integrates software services for Red Hat's OpenShift container platform

International Business Machines Corp. is optimizing its software portfolio to be cloud-native and run on Red Hat OpenShift, Red Hat Inc.'s Kubernetes-based container platform.

The new cloud-native capabilities will be delivered as pre-integrated solutions called IBM Cloud Paks and provide services such as identity management, security, monitoring and logging, the company said Aug. 1.

The cloud-native service will allow businesses to build and run applications on private and public clouds, including Google LLC's Cloud Platform and Microsoft Corp.'s Azure, IBM said.

In addition, IBM debuted more than 100 products from its software portfolio optimized to run on Red Hat OpenShift, including services such as Red Hat OpenShift on IBM Cloud, Red Hat OpenShift on IBM Z and LinuxONE and consulting and technology services for Red Hat.

IBM closed its $34 billion acquisition of Red Hat in July.