Getting Started Guide
- the ability to follow a microservices-based approach, where some components are built with .NET and others with Java, but all can run on a common, supported platform in Red Hat Enterprise Linux and OpenShift Container Platform.
- the capacity to more easily develop new .NET Core workloads on Microsoft Windows. Customers can deploy and run on either Red Hat Enterprise Linux or Windows Server.
- a heterogeneous data center, where the underlying infrastructure is capable of running .NET applications without having to rely solely on Windows Server.