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...
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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.
Access this expert resource to discover how to overcome common migration challenges, with respect to hardware and availability issues. Also learn how the New York Stock Exchange benefitted from a Unix-to-Linux migration to keep up with demanding business transactions with minimal downtime.
Companies that use UNIX for business critical systems find value in its reliability, stability and memory management. Learn how not using UNIX can affect the performance and reliability of your business critical systems.
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.
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.
In the 1960s, computers housed in data centers were few in number and this resource was very expensive. As a result utilization of those compute resources was kept very high. In order to optimize the utilization of those...
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.