This case study reveals how Credit Union System for Brazil (Sicoob), the largest credit union system in Brazil, replaced their existing IT infrastructure with a virtualized Linux landscape, allowing them to avoid USD 1.5 million in annual costs.
This paper will introduce the concept of Adaptable System Recovery (ASR) that makes it possible to easily adapt a system backup to fit new hardware by enabling a means for reconfiguring drivers.
Learn how leading provider of global technology operations management services, Cybernet-SlashSupport (CSS), migrated to Red Hat Enterprise Linux® from Microsoft Windows and dramatically improved application performance and improved productivity while freeing up IT resources.
This infographic shows how a company upgraded to a leading Linux server. Learn how by upgrading to a new system, they were able to integrate platforms, automate processes and create a secure private cloud.
Access this eye-opening webcast to learn about a question-answering analytics system that functions as a self-service chat session for customers that would normally contact a call center. Discover how this tool can drastically improve customer experience, decrease issue resolution time, increase top-line revenue, and more
Access this resource to explore the growth of Linux as a server operating system and discover how deployment form factors have changed over time to support both workload data and the ecosystem.
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.
This video explores a leading solution delivering industry standard Linux systems services faster, with higher quality, and more economically than others. Learn how it combines a leading hardware, Linux software, and domain expertise of different industries resulting in higher quality operations that keep pace with modern business.
IT budgets are not expected to recover anytime soon, so companies need to adjust to the reality of using fewer resources to deliver business services. This white paper explains how you can accomplish this seemingly impossible objective by running your critical workloads on Linux.