Good morning IBM Redbooks readers and followers. I hope your first quarter endeavors are moving along well, and I wish you success for the remainder of the year.
I would like to take this opportunity to express gratitude for all your feedback, collaboration, and conversations in the past year. I am looking forward to continuing our open dialogue regarding IBM Redbooks content, challenges, and how those can be addressed by way of these technical publications.
A few of the publications delivered by my teams in 2017 included contents on Implementing High Availability and Disaster Recovery Solutions with SAP HANA on IBM Power Systems, REDP-5443, IBM Open Platform for Database as a Service Implementation and Best Practices Guide for Linux on IBM Power Systems, SG24-8408, IBM PowerAI: Deep Learning Unleashed on IBM Power Systems Servers, SG24-8409, and others.
In 2018, the technical content development continues with additional implementation updates on SAP HANA on IBM Power Systems and IBM PowerSC, and new technical content on PowerHA SystemMirror for Linux on IBM Power Systems, IBM Cloud Solutions, IBM Reference Architecture for Genomics on IBM Power Systems, IBM High-Performance Computing on IBM POWER9, and others.
I encourage you to provide feedback on the publications already available and encourage you to look at the upcoming residencies and submit your nominations. Your feedback and participation are very important to the success of IBM Redbooks.
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Have a wonderful day, great weekend, and happy reading.