The x86 architecture has proven to be the dominate platform in enterprise computing, moving from its humble beginnings in desktop systems to now, powering the large enterprise applications that run businesses across the globe.
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.
Virtual machines and virtual appliances have successfully transformed data center operations. AppZero Virtual Application Appliances extend that transformation to server applications- Linux, Unix, and Windows. This paper explains Instant POCs, simplified implementations, and a cloud friendly slide to the SaaS model.
Open source is recognized for its ease of use, high performance, and affordability, especially amidst turbulent economic conditions. The high value of open source, coupled with economic and organizational pressure, represents a "perfect storm" for CIOs, giving them the opportunity to deploy high-performing, cost-effective open source solutions.
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.
New IBM DB2 features make compatibility easy. In this guide, you’ll learn about native support for PL/SQL, new data types, scalar functions, improved concurrency, built-in packages, OCI, SQL*Plus, data movement tools, best practices and more—all designed to improve your ability to run applications on both DB2 and Oracle platforms
ROC Maestro for Open Systems, a key component of the ROC Enterprise Suite, provides a very easy method for scheduling and managing workloads, processes, dependencies and events across complex, heterogeneous IT environments.
Read this discussion to learn how enterprises can take more effective control of access to the functionality at the heart of many of IT's most critical systems and meet the challenges presented by security and compliance standards.
Organizations are considering migrating to Linux to receive dramatic cost reductions, as well as increased stability, security, uptime, and availability. Red Hat® Network Satellite helps to make the migration from a proprietary UNIX environment—and acceptance of Linux...