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IBM Storage builds on leadership for containers

Cloud object storage, Modern data platforms, Real-time analytics...

Next directions to accelerate cloud native Containers are an increasingly important element in the design techniques for enterprises to develop and deliver applications and services with greater speed and agility as part of their cloud-native transformation. IBM Storage has taken a position in enabling the data management and protection of containers with open-source Kubernetes integrations. ...read more


Top IBM Power Systems myths: x86 is the industry standard and Power is becoming obsolete

Government, IBM Systems Lab Services, OpenPOWER...

There are many misconceptions about IBM Power Systems in the marketplace today, and this blog series will help to dispel some of the top myths. In my previous post, I put aside the myth that migrating from x86 to IBM Power Systems is costly, painful and risky. In this post, we’ll look at another myth ...read more


Top IBM Power Systems myths: Migrating to Power from x86 is costly, painful and risky

Energy & utilities, IBM Systems Lab Services, Industry...

“Migrating your Oracle databases to IBM Power Systems is dangerous, expensive and very high risk.” That advice came from a well-known consulting company to a client planning to migrate its mission-critical databases from x86 to Power Systems. Such comments are not unusual, and it makes no difference if the migration is to AIX or Linux. ...read more


Top IBM Power Systems myths: Linux on x/86 is different from Linux on Power

IBM Systems Lab Services, Linux on Power Systems, Linux systems...

There are many misconceptions about IBM Power Systems in the marketplace today, and this blog series is all about dispelling some of the top myths. In the last post, I put aside the myth that IBM Power Systems has no cloud strategy. In this post, we’ll look at a myth that has been propagated by ...read more


Simplify journey to multicloud with IBM Power Systems

Cloud computing, Power servers, Power Systems

Enterprises increasingly implement multiple cloud solutions to support a diverse array of workloads. They tap into public cloud services, build private clouds and construct hybrid clouds in an effort to optimize the balance of performance, control and cost for each application. They also can gain resiliency, reliability and flexibility benefits when strategically distributing applications, software ...read more


Achieving agility in a hybrid and multicloud world

AI, Cloud computing, Cloud servers...

Just two decades ago, most enterprise IT infrastructure resided on premises. Many enterprises have since moved portions of their infrastructure to one or more private or public clouds, and IBM believes that most enterprises will maintain a balance of on-premises and cloud infrastructure. They will continue to use the cloud for what the cloud is ...read more


Welcoming H2O Driverless AI to the PowerAI ecosystem

AI, Machine learning, OpenPOWER...

There is the old saying that “it takes a village,” and that couldn’t be more true when it comes to building the best solutions for companies on the journey to AI. No one company has all the answers and with new technologies emerging daily, it is important to partner with the right trailblazers. IBM Power ...read more


DBaaS + Security @ MongoDB World

Data security, Encryption, Linux servers...

How important are automation and security for your enterprise data? While today’s business leaders want to automate tasks to eliminate human errors and security breaches, they don’t want to spend time on technical details. Managing databases in the traditional way requires a lot of highly-specialized technical knowledge, and DB admins must know and handle nearly ...read more


5 key reasons to opt for hyperconverged infrastructure

Cloud computing, Cloud servers, Data centers...

Let’s face it—traditional design for data center infrastructure doesn’t always meet today’s needs. Analytics, transaction processing, high-volume web serving and other data-intensive and mission-critical workloads place new and increased demands on the IT infrastructure. At the same time, specialized IT skills are becoming increasingly challenging to find, and budgets for capital IT expenses continue to ...read more