This guide is designed to provide IT leaders with some insight into how their peers are addressing current problems through the use of cloud and colocation, and shine a light on how the analyst community sees the role of the datacentre changing over time.
IBM can help you evaluate the costs and long-term benefits of your current energy strategy. Start with a basic one-day energy assessment or get a full profile of your data center with IBM Thermal Analysis for High Density Computing.
Oracle E-Business Suite is critical to 90-95% of EMC’s business functions. The solution VMware® Infrastructure and Intel® Xeon® processor based servers create a reliable and highly available platform for the Oracle E-Business Suite. Read this case study to learn more about the features and business benefits of EMC's new virtual platform.
Whether you plan to integrate new SAP products into your infrastructure or are preparing for an upgrade, the IBM Systems solution with SAP Discovery system can help you thoroughly evaluate SAP applications - and validate their benefits.
Solvay Pharmaceuticals, Inc. is the U.S. subsidiary of the research driven group of pharmaceutical companies. In this case study learn how the implementation of VMware infrastructure increased scalability and performance in the datacenter.
The Intel Itanium processor 9100 series is delivering new levels of flexibility, reliability, performance and scalability for mission-critical and data-intensive applications. Read this report to learn more.
This reference architecture explains a secure cloud infrastructure deployment and operation. It describes a cloud built with VMware, vSphere*, Intel® Xeon® processor 5600 series-based server platforms, and a HyTrust Appliance* designed to enforce cloud security policies, including those based on platform trust attestation provided by Intel® TXT.
View our Launch Webcast to learn more about Oracle's new comprehensive line of powerful x86 systems ranging from blades and rackmount servers to networking systems based on Intel's Xeon 5600 and 7500 processors.