AIX Versions 6 and 7 Offer Improved Performance, Scalability, Availability, and Security PDF Print E-mail
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Tuesday, 09 October 2012 14:05

IBM is enhancing AIX 6 and 7, the IBM strategic UNIX operating system for mission-critical, core business applications, with:

  • Support for the new IBM POWER7+ processor-based systems
  • Active System Optimizer, a new subsystem designed to autonomically improve the performance of workloads
  • Virtual Processor Management Scaled Throughput Option, which optimizes scaled throughput
  • Support for 20 LPARs per core
  • Crypto Offload Accelerators, which provides cryptographic engines that may relieve the POWER7+ processor from the performance-intensive cryptographic algorithms of AES and SHA
  • High-quality random numbers, which helps to ensure security and that processor performance remains focused on your business applications


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