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October 2006 · IBM Director: A Foundation for Systems Management

August 2006 · Mainsoft and the System z

October 2004 · Protection for Distributed Data: Extending the Reach of Enterprise Backup to the Desktop and Beyond

March 2004 · IBM eServer iSeries: Integrating the Past, Present, and Future

December 2003 · Simplifying SAN Environments by Consolidating SAN Islands

 


October 2006   PDF

IBM Director: A Foundation for Systems Management

By Tony Lock

There is no question that today every organization is more dependent than ever before on its IT systems. Indeed for many the reliance is almost absolute. At the heart of this are servers running the mission-critical applications that allow modern businesses to operate. It is essential that these servers operate as effectively as possible and be available during business hours, a requirement that is often approaching 24/7 availability. This dependence on IT makes the ongoing management and administration of servers vitally important. The reliance that business operations now place on their IT systems requires that the monitoring and management of servers must be continuous if IT services are to be delivered at the necessary level of service. With daily management costs representing a large portion of the TCO of IT solutions it is imperative that effective monitoring and management tools be employed. IBM Director is a suite of software tools that supply a common monitoring and management framework capable of working on a wide variety of Intel / AMD based servers running both Microsoft Windows and Linux.

 


August 2006   PDF

Mainsoft and the System z

By Tony Lock

There are two major platforms that today dominate the development of enterprise applications, namely J2EE and Microsoft .NET. Both of these application development environments have attracted large numbers of organizations, and each has its own attractions and limitations. For organizations that have selected Microsoft .NET for application development, the choice of server platform has, until recently, been limited to Microsoft's Windows Server. However, many organizations are now looking to consolidate their server infrastructures to a limited set of platforms, primarily in order to enhance operational security and to minimize the cost of service delivery. The software solutions provided by Mainsoft Corporation now offer enterprise customers the choice of running applications developed using Microsoft .NET on the most secure and highly available server platform available, namely IBM's System z, known to one and all as the mainframe.

 


October 2004     PDF

Protection for Distributed Data: Extending the Reach of Enterprise Backup to the Desktop and Beyond

 

From SMBs to Fortune 500 enterprises, business efficiency is predicated upon the ability to create, control, and exchange information. However, while the sheer volume of business data continually increases, its core value rests not in its mere existence but on how accessible it is to internal and external employees. Even the most strategic business document is useless unless it is immediately and easily available.

 


March 2004:     PDF

IBM eServer iSeries: Integrating the Past, Present, and Future

By Clay Ryder

Enterprises of all sizes are seeking ways to simplify and buttress their IT footprints, most notably small to mid-tier businesses. In many cases, small to mid-tier enterprises are looking for solutions that allow them to “repair” and/or complement the IT choices made in the past and are seeking to do so by consolidating existing IT footprints with an eye to future expansion. IBM eServer iSeries offers battle-tested solutions for organizations looking to tame complexity and maximize ROI. The iSeries is an ideal platform for server consolidation and integration with x86 architecture systems, while providing a state of the art execution environment that supports Linux-based applications and many of the value added capabilities associated with mainframes.

 


December 2003     PDF

Simplifying SAN Environments by Consolidating SAN Islands

By Charles King

For years, organizations around the globe have been enjoying the wide range of business advantages that Storage Area Networks (SANs) provide. As these organizations continue to increase their SAN investments, they are focusing on new ways to optimize their SAN environments for even greater value. One of the most effective ways to achieve this goal is to migrate business processes from multiple SAN islands to a single large SAN infrastructure. Today, storage vendors Brocade and EMC are helping organizations realize the numerous benefits of SAN consolidation, including simplified management, higher resource utilization, and reduced operating costs.

 

An enterprise-specific evaluation of a particular technology, a company’s strategy, market dynamics, and current industry developments for business executives and IT professionals. Primary research combined with forward-looking insights lets readers get up to speed quickly on changes in the IT and ecommerce market.


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