Corelation’s flagship core processing solution KeyStone is now supported and available on three operating systems and hardware platforms with the addition of Linux support. Corelation’s Founder and Chairman John Landis launched the KeyStone platform’s next epoch of innovation. Previously, Keystone only supported IBM AIX operating system running on IBM Power hardware servers.
Innovative Linux support
Linux support includes Red Hat Enterprise Linux running on IBM Power hardware servers and Red Hat Enterprise Linux running on x86-64 hardware servers based on Intel or AMD CPU’s. With this expansion, Corelation offers a lot more choices when it comes to hardware selection.
Corelation Founder and Chairman John Landis said,
“The addition of Linux support allows us the flexibility to run KeyStone on most hardware available today and potentially in the future. So, the most open core processing system in the credit union market just got more open. The deployment possibilities are endless.”
Corelation that is based in San Diego, is the innovative core processor for today’s credit union. This solution empowers credit unions, enhancing their value for member attraction and retention.