Running Linux® on Lenovo servers provides an open, reliable, and secure IT environment. Lenovo offers a broad variety of servers available with the Linux operating system for customers who desire one-stop shopping. The range of Linux offerings available on Lenovo servers gives you the flexibility to deploy precisely the solution you need today that can easily scale as workloads demand.
Red Hat Enterprise Linux Server
Business-critical applications need a platform that is proven to be stable. Red Hat® Enterprise Linux Server fulfills core operating system functions and includes additional capabilities that provide a firm foundation for application infrastructure. Combining Red Hat Enterprise Linux with Lenovo servers gives you exceptional reliability and military-grade security, freeing you to deliver meaningful business results through technology.
SUSE Linux Enterprise Server
SUSE® Linux Enterprise Server running on Lenovo systems offers a reliable, high-performance solution providing application flexibility and enhanced virtualization capabilities. A highly scalable and secure server operating system, SUSE Linux Enterprise Server is built to power both physical and virtual mission-critical workloads. With SUSE Linux Enterprise Server running on Lenovo servers as a foundation, enterprises can deliver business services, enable secure networks, and manage heterogeneous IT resources.
Oracle® Linux provides the latest innovations, tools, and features enabling enterprises to innovate, collaborate, and create solutions across traditional, cloud-based, and virtual environments. Providing advanced scalability and reliability for enterprise applications, Oracle Linux delivers a high-value, low-cost option for Lenovo servers, which are tested and certified on Oracle Linux.
Canonical Ubuntu Linux
Lenovo has worked with the Ubuntu open-source team on flexible and scalable solutions using our server families. With no license fees or subscription costs, Ubuntu Server can help you scale your data center efficiently. Subscriptions to Ubuntu Advantage, Canonical’s management program, include support for unlimited virtualization and, unlike other enterprise Linux distributions, the price does not increase with additional CPUs.