The Linux community has been at the forefront of Linux, but it’s been in the shadow of Google’s massive data center infrastructure for years.
In 2014, Google bought Arvigo, a company that made software for Google’s data centers.
Since then, Arviquixen has helped companies like Cisco Systems, IBM, and Dell use Linux to store and manage their data.
Today, the company announced a partnership with IBM to use Linux in its cloud infrastructure.
The company says the new Linux cloud architecture will allow Arviges customers to run their cloud applications and services on a variety of Linux distributions, including Fedora and OpenStack.
This makes it easier for customers to get started with Linux and will make it easier to build applications and manage data.
The announcement comes as the industry continues to grow.
The cloud industry has grown more than 350% in the last three years, and cloud infrastructure providers such as IBM and Cisco are expected to see $10.7 billion in revenue by 2024.
The new cloud architecture is expected to enable cloud services to run on a Linux distribution, which could help the companies that use them to scale faster and faster.
“We’re excited about this new opportunity for Arviqen and other Linux-powered solutions,” said Jason Lee, head of Linux at IBM.
“The new cloud platform will enable the adoption of Linux for our data centers and we look forward to building on this momentum.”
IBM and Arviqueen will also be working on their own cloud infrastructure, which they plan to debut in 2018.
“IBM and ArViqen are excited to work with Arvignes to bring Linux to the cloud,” said Mark Dolan, director of cloud at Cisco.
“This partnership will provide a major boost to Arvibes customers’ ability to access IBM’s cloud platform.”
IBM has also recently announced a $20 million investment to build the next generation of its Cloud Computing Platform.
This is part of a $2.5 billion investment to help accelerate the development of the platform, which is being built by Arvio Systems.
IBM said this will give it more options to offer services to businesses.
“Aurixen’s new cloud infrastructure provides Arvios customers with a platform to deploy their Linux-based solutions on the IBM Cloud,” said Arvigne Sousa, chief executive officer at Arviex.
“Arvixens customers can deploy the cloud platform from their own data centers, leveraging the power of the IBM Power, Cloud, and IBM Enterprise platform.”