sponsored by Intel Corporation
Posted:  08 Apr 2009
Published:  01 Dec 2008
Format:  PDF
Length:  2  Page(s)
Type:  Case Study
Language:  English
ABSTRACT:

This case study will discuss how:

  • TIBCO needed to upgrade its aging infrastructure to accommodate business growth and a fast-paced software development cycle
  • The TIBCO IT team wanted to move from its proprietary servers to the Linux operating system and Intel7┬« technology-based servers that would give the company more flexibility to grow
  • The new servers had to provide more processing capacity in less space, providing room for expansion
  • Company management also wanted to move to a more energy-efficient solution to support TIBCO's Green initiative

TIBCO testing showed that the new Intel processor-based HP blades performed much better than the previous systems. In one test, a complex report that took approximately two hours to complete on the previous servers was completed in just over 20 minutes on the Intel technology-based blades. "We believe a big part of the improved performance is due to the speed of the Intel Xeon processors," says St. Onge. "We're also seeing better performance from the Linux operating system."






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