IBM Lotus Domino, Linux, virtualization, scalability: No longer mutually exclusive terms

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Wu W Huang, Mike Wojton, Armelle Chevé Creuzet , and Richard Lewis

Date archived: December 8, 2016 | Last updated: June 29, 2009|First published: May 05, 2009

Tired of having to force fit IBM® Lotus® Domino® into your infrastructure? With the latest release of 64-bit Lotus Domino on Linux® and virtualization, you now can implement large-scale enterprise environments with Lotus Domino on Linux in a single footprint. This article documents the benchmarks that have been done and the results of early adopters of this solution, showing you how your infrastructure can fit and grow with Lotus Domino.

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