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Migrate from HP-UX and Standardize with Confidence

Lots of organizations are moving away from proprietary platforms like HP-UX towards a more standardized IT structure in order to increase agility, improve productivity, and reduce costs. Linux provides one of the best ways to deploy on the widest ecosystem of hardware, from small x86 blades to mainframes.

This whitepaper explains more about the reasons to migrate to Linux, including increasing hardware choices and moving commodity platforms, as well as why Red Hat Enterprise Linux could be exactly the platform you need. Read on to discover more.

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    It’s been a stormy few years for HP, with a succession of CEOs, strategic U-turns and turbulent financial results. Can its latest chief executive get the business on an even keel and hold it there?

     

    From its humble beginnings in a Palo Alto garage, the company has grown from a $5,000, two employe manufacturer of oscillators to a $127 billion concern, spanning PCs, printers, enterprise servers, software and services.

     

    Along the way, HP has experienced its fair share of controversy, including most recently another change of CEO, a hastily abandoned plan to sell off its consumer technology division, and an $8 billion write-down of its acquisition of Autonomy amid allegations of financial irregularities.

     

    This 12 page special report from Computer Weekly, updated for 2013,  gives you the facts on HP, its strategy, products and services and financial performance.

     

     

     

     

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  • Dual Platform Strategies for the Modern Datacenter

    Organizations are now starting to adopt a “dual platform” approach, in which they retain Microsoft Windows for business and collaboration applications, and deploy Linux for infrastructure and datacenter modernization initiatives.

    This whitepaper discusses the functional and business advantages of Linux for virtualization, cloud computing, and other new business workloads. Read on to discover how Windows customers can use standards-based services and open source economics with Red Hat Enterprise Linux while retaining key Windows infrastructure investments and administrative practices.

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