This expert paper explains how migrating from UNIX-based systems to Linux standard-based servers can simplify the virtualization of your critical applications, enabling improved performance, reliability and agility.
Once you know how to make a business case for migration, learn how to train your Unix staff to manage Linux environments. Find out about key differences between the two operating systems and provide your team with tactics for optimal backup and performance monitoring.
This paper examines the flexibility that WPARs offer IT professionals in their virtualized UNIX server environments and review how WPARs are different from other partitioning technologies.
If you are considering a migration from Sun Solaris to Linux-based systems, we would like to help you understand how a migration would impact your environment. In six steps, Ryan Hagen, Solutions Architect for Mainline Information Systems™, will show you how a successful migration is achieved.
Red Hat® Enterprise Linux® is a standards-based UNIX®-like operating system that provides a development environment similar to SunTM SolarisTM. This paper looks to highlight some of the major differences between Solaris and Red Hat Enterprise Linux to help application developers port their code.
Unix remains an important platform for critical enterprise applications. This resource explores the staying power of this venerable operating system and details many of the emerging factors that are affecting its use in the data center.
This white paper examines the advantages of an integrated, UNIX-based server virtualization platform. Compare the TCO and workload capabilities of this architecture with its popular x86 counterparts to determine a best-suited virtualization approach for your organization.
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