This white paper provides high-level guidelines for assessing cost and complexity of a Linux migration and provides tips for planning a smooth, successful and strategic transition. Discover how your organization can add value to its IT infrastructure with the use of open source software.
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.
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.
IBM Data Studio provides an integrated, modular environment for productive administration of DB2 for Linux, UNIX and Windows, and collaborative database development tools for DB2, Informix, Oracle, and Sybase. View this page to get an overview of its components and download a trial of Data Studio with a free database, DB2 Express-C.
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.
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
This assessment tool compares the projected costs of growing and maintaining a current Unix based server environment with the costs of migrating to a Red Hat Enterprise Linux server environment.