Servers - Power

Honoring cognitive trailblazers

Last week in San Jose, I had the honor of presenting the inaugural “IBM Cognitive Honors” award at the Hortonworks Luminaries dinner, in conjunction with DataWorks Summit. IBM Cognitive Honors seeks to recognize individuals making noteworthy advances in AI/machine learning within their company or organization. The journey to cognitive and AI often starts with advanced […]

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Can I migrate my IBM Power Systems without Live Partition Mobility?

Is your organization looking to update your infrastructure to the latest version of IBM Power Systems but struggling with how to migrate your servers? When migrating virtual machines (also called logical partitions or LPARs) from an older IBM Power technology to more current systems, Live Partition Mobility (especially as aided by IBM Systems Lab Services’ […]

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IBM at DataWorks Summit: The future of data science

Marketplace disruptors have one thing in common: data science. Data science is the process of discovering hidden insights from massive amounts of structured and unstructured data, using methods such as machine learning, data mining and predictive analytics. This multi-disciplinary approach is changing the way organizations solve problems and gain competitive advantage. Join IBM at the […]

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Re-Store collaborates to advance genomics research

In today’s fast-paced environment, having the right hardware, software, networking devices and storage in an optimum configuration is the first step toward a successful computationally intensive research project. The right set-up can allow a research team to hit the ground running. Recently, Re-Store was involved in a multi-part collaboration effort, bringing their skills and expertise […]

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Fast-growing Lab Services tool saves IBM Power clients time

It will come as no surprise to anyone who’s worked with me: I’m an evangelist for the IBM Power Systems Live Partition Mobility (LPM) and Simplified Remote Restart (SRR) automation tool. I’ve even called it the best-kept secret of the latest IBM Power Systems servers. LPM is a feature of Power Systems servers that enables […]

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Cognitive computing to the rescue

You’ve rolled out the first stages of your IoT deployment, and you’re collecting data like never before. Surely you’re on the cusp of a new era of generating bold new insights for your organization! But you have no idea how to glean these bold new insights. You’re straining the compute, memory and storage resources that […]

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The top five application and system migration worries

What do people facing a migration worry about? As a senior technical solutions manager in the IBM Systems Lab Services Migration Factory, I frequently meet with organizations that are considering migrating databases, infrastructure, custom code or independent software applications to IBM Power Systems. Some of these migrations are planned; others are not. Regardless of the […]

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Building your own cloud

It sounds like an idea that could only have a bad ending: ‘Build your own cloud.” And yet, several companies are successfully doing it to build a competitive advantage. This article explores some of those innovations and how the ideas and lessons learned may apply to your own cloud strategy and business. The wrong way […]

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The incredible shrinking data center

What if you could shrink your data center to a tenth of its size while increasing the performance of your most critical number-crunching business applications? A few weeks ago, Stone Ridge Technology and IBM demonstrated just that when they announced the results of a huge simulation using 30 IBM Power Systems NVLink servers housing 120 […]

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