Middleware Optimized Systems
Enabling higher performance
More than ever, IT departments are under pressure to deliver improved results without increasing costs. Middleware Optimized Systems play a pivotal role in this universal quest. Instead of just adding processors to raise performance, Middleware Optimized Systems let you increase throughput by fine tuning the component parts of your systems to work together more efficiently.
“Our software and hardware teams collaborate in pursuit of holistic performance excellence that will translate into significant, quantifiable business gains for customers.”
Bob Blainey, IBM Fellow, Software Group
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IBM Fellow, Software Group
Bob is an IBM Fellow and the technical architect for workload-optimized systems in the IBM Software Group. Bob has been with IBM for over 20 years, with a consistent focus on deep optimization of software for IBM systems. He spent many years working on program transformations for parallelism and for high performance on systems such as IBM Power and System z. More recently, Bob has had a focus on re-imagining the relationship between software and hardware in the post-scaling world, which includes optimization of IBM systems and software in the short term and the creation of new system structures in the longer term using disruptive technologies.
On the Smarter Computing Blog: Middleware Optimized Systems
In this post, systems design expert Bob Blainey describes how IBM’s collaborative approach to middleware performance optimization produces superior results
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