As the use of public cloud services has gathered steam within enterprises, so too has interest among IT leaders about embracing the principles of serverless computing. In this e-guide we take a closer look at the benefits and pitfalls of serverless, while shining a light on the ways that enterprises across the globe are putting it to use.
Read this E-Book and learn how reducing hardware complexity can increase the performance of a SAP landscape and key considerations for designing or upgrading your hardware infrastructure. Additionally, best practices are explained for running a virtualized SAP infrastructure.
Hyper-converged platforms have grown to include secondary storage space; however secondary-storage still faces a plethora of issues. Discover how to best address the problems facing secondary storage and how vendors are promising to make life easier for storage administrators.
Read about Intel IT's testing of the Intel Xeon processor 5600 series that delivered up to 17.3X throughput improvements compared with single-core Intel Xeon processors and up to a 15:1 consolidation ratio by replacing servers based on single-core Intel Xeon processors.
Read this white paper to learn how Oracle Solaris and SPARC are optimized to work with each other to improve security, drive ROI, and minimize TCO in your database environment. Also find technical descriptions of features and capabilities of Solaris that are implemented system-wide to optimize the functionality of the SPARC processor.
Memory manufacturers are getting creative for high performance. High Bandwidth Memory (HBM) and Hybrid Memory Cube (HMC) module could appear in the next generation of servers. This exclusive e-guide details each new memory type and how they're shaking up performance expectations.
Whether physical servers or VMs, there are any number of places where data can be held up. Download this e-guide to learn how to troubleshoot server bottlenecks created by running multiple VMs, and solve NAS and software-defined storage performance problems.
This report from Gabriel Consulting Group discusses IBM eX5 innovations and how IBM, Intel and VMware are working together to help customers get the most value from their systems investments.