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IBM PureFlex for private cloud solutions

As more customers look at the IBM PureFlex System as a foundation for their private cloud solutions, many customers ask how the IBM SmartCloud Provisioning and IBM Service Delivery Manager systems fit as part of the integrated stack delivered. The short answer for customers is that they each build on top of the PureFlex System foundation, and provide customers additional functionality on top of the factory integrated and optimized stack provided.

ibm service delivery managerBecause IBM SmartCloud Provisioning and Service Delivery Manager are hardware solutions that run on all platforms, these solutions give customers additional functionality such as pattern-based deployment and orchestration on top of their choice of hardware. To learn more about these solutions, see the following sources:

  • IBM Service Delivery Manager:

http://www.ibm.com/software/tivoli/products/service-delivery-manager/

  • IBM SmartCloud Provisioning:

http://www.ibm.com/software/products/us/en/smartcloud-provisioning/

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