Data centers

How to choose the best IT infrastructure for SAP HANA

Big data & analytics, Cloud computing, Data centers...

As companies face the looming 2025 challenge to migrate to SAP HANA, many leaders are wrestling with the decision to deploy HANA appliances, move to SAP HANA Cloud or stay put on their current database stack that they have spent years investing in to their unique environments. IBM has worked with many clients who have ...read more


IBM all flash storage and data management solutions for AI

AI, Cloud computing, Data centers...

AI is impacting every industry, and “by 2020, 30 percent of organizations that fail to apply AI will not be operationally and economically viable”. The ecosystem of AI, machine learning (ML) and deep learning (DL) frameworks and patterns continues to mature, which drives enterprise adoption through supported software platforms such as IBM PowerAI Enterprise.  As ...read more


Deploying private cloud to drive a multi-cloud journey

Cloud computing, Data centers, DevOps...

Trimming IT costs and accelerating business transformation are compelling reasons to consider a public cloud strategy. A cloud model enables dynamic provisioning of compute and storage, consumption-based IT and setting up DevOps processes that bring agility in application development and deployment. Despite these benefits, a public cloud may not always be the right location for ...read more


How 4 organizations went from here to AI: IBM podcast series

AI, Data centers, Deep learning...

Dez Blanchfield speaks with business leaders about artificial intelligence and deep learning adoption in the “From Here to AI” podcast series from IBM Power Systems. When you start to investigate artificial intelligence (AI), or branch out to buy a couple AI servers to tinker with for your organization, the process of implementing a full AI ...read more


IBM FlashSystem 9100 – The core of the data-driven multi-cloud enterprise

AI, Cloud computing, Data centers...

IBM believes that today there is only one kind of successful enterprise – the data-driven multi-cloud organization.[1] We can see the needs of data-driven businesses reflected in some of the most powerful trends currently driving enterprise data storage: Non-Volatile Memory Express (NVMe), artificial intelligence, multi-cloud, containers and more.[2] The question becomes: “Is there a storage ...read more


The IBM Z cloud-ready data center dream is now available

Cloud computing, Data centers, Encryption...

Today IBM announces the availability of its cloud-ready IBM z14 based on a single-frame design, originally unveiled in April 2018. In response to the desires of cloud service providers, managed service providers and enterprise customers, the now broadly-available IBM Z mainframe features a 19-inch industry-standard rack that fits neatly onto just two data center floor ...read more


Easier availability, easier on your wallet with the IBM Spectrum Protect suite

Big data & analytics, Data centers, Data security...

2017 was a great year for IBM data protection. We added many new features to our award-winning enterprise data protection suite with 4 new releases to IBM Spectrum Protect in just the last year. We brought to market a copy management solution (IBM Spectrum Copy Data Management) that reduces copy sprawl and makes use of ...read more


Help reduce costs for your data-driven, multi-cloud enterprise

AI, Cloud computing, Data centers...

Company leaders managing data workloads on a finite budget look to IBM Storwize, a family of all-flash storage solutions focused on managing block data needed for primary storage workloads that require strong availability, performance, redundancy and enterprise-class data services. “As our clients transform their data center infrastructures to meet new demands, keeping storage costs down ...read more


The latest on IBM Z and LinuxONE: Learn more at IBM TechU

Cloud computing, Data centers, DevOps...

The market is abuzz with the latest IBM Z and LinuxONE announcements.  The new single frame 19-inch z14 and LinuxONE are here, with air flow, storage and system integrated into a standard rack. That means the ability to process over 850 million fully encrypted transactions in a single system that takes up the space of ...read more