IBM Systems Workload Estimator
The IBM Systems Workload Estimator is
a web-based sizing tool for IBM Power Systems ™, System i®, System
p®, System x®, IBM Flex Systems ™, and IBM PureFlex ™Systems. You
can use this tool to size a new system, to size an upgrade to an
existing system, or to size a consolidation of several systems.
Estimator allows measurement input to best reflect your current workload
and provides a variety of built-in workloads to reflect your emerging
application requirements.... [More]
Looking for product literature for IBM PureFlex Systems? Browse IBM PureFlex System Solution briefs, Analyst reports, White papers, Data sheets, Brochures and Flyers at the IBM PureFlex System literature site. IBM PureFlex System product support documentation is available through IBM Support Portal. Simply select your product and then go to the Documentation tab.
You may also use
the Shortcuts module to quickly navigate to the documentation you need.
For more information, view the short YouTube video... [More]
The IBM Electronic Support YouTube Channel provides information and tutorials that will acquaint you with the IBM Electronic Support portfolio. Support Portal These
videos help you use the IBM Support Portal, a unified, centralized view
of all technical support tools and information for IBM systems,
software, and services worldwide. IBM Support Portal overview Getting started with IBM Support Portal using Quick Start What is the IBM Support Portal? IBM Support Portal Quick Tip: Customizing Your View ... [More]
In addition to the helps for using the Fix Level Recommendation Tool
(FLRT) that you can find on the FLRT web site, you can now get help in a
new video. This YouTube video demonstrates the basics of using FLRT and
also shows how to use new features, such as getting a report for
multiple LPARs and using a saved inventory file to populate the fields
on the FLRT input page.
If you haven't used the latest FLRT yet, visit the site and check it out:
Fix Level Recommendation Tool
And follow... [More]
you know that you can decide which modules appear on each of the
Support Portal pages? When you sign in you can customize each page by
removing, adding, and rearranging the modules in the middle of the page.
First, sign in to the IBM Support Portal using your IBM Web ID. To remove, move, or resize a module already on the page, use the controls in the title bar of the module. The Customize menu on the right side of the page gives you the option to select other modules for the current... [More]
The IBM electronic support team wants to help you adopt
online tools and resources so installing, using, and maintaining your
IBM products is easy and efficient.
Late in 2012, we created new channels on Twitter to help you stay
current on news, updates, and technical information for your products.
Follow our twitter channels and be a part of our growing community of clients, developers and support personnel.
https://twitter.com/IBMStorageSupt - Support Information for Storage products
may use the search within IBM Support Portal, designed to be the
most efficient search for support related information on ibm.com. The information that is not relevant to your search is eliminated
from search results because the scope of your search is limited by
default to only the specific products, solutions, and services that
you have configured and enabled within Support Portal, making it
faster and easier to find the critical piece of information you
want. You may also search within all of the Support and... [More]
2012 was a very active year for the IBM Platform Computing brand. Formal transfer of business occurred on July 1, 2012 and most of the existing support tools from the my.platform.com site were transitioned to the IBM tools by October. Clients already familiar with IBM’s electronic support tool, such as Support Portal, Service Request and Fix Central, were quick to make the move, but others needed more help in the transition. We created a video that highlights some of the major electronic support tools to help clients make that move. It’s... [More]
Author: Kathy Nichols , Web Content Architect, eClient Support:
Electronic Tools Team, Austin, Texas. Long-time technical writer and
support content specialist, Kathy was on the original AIX Support Tools
Team (1994-1996) and on the expanded POWER Tools Team from 2002 to the
present. Charter member of the FLRT team. A movie of her life would be
called “Knit. Write. Cook”. Twitter: @kakinikole, Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/kakinikole
Electronic Tools and Support
Center teams give AIX users tools they can... [More]
Want to find the most recent discussion threads related to your IBM product? Looking for a forum or user group? Tired of going to multiple websites? Then check out the enhancements we've made to the Communities page on the IBM Support Portal. The Recent community activity module aggregates discussion threads and article posts from multiple channels into one easy-to-find location. This new module provides a single view of social media activity across blogs, Twitter, forums, and other channels for your selected products, giving you a quick view... [More]