IBM i and AIX on modern hardware transform the image of one IT department from being the source of problems requiring constant maintenance to one that develops new applications and functionalities improving the company's computing landscape.
IT Infrastructure News
Chip in IBM's new zEnterprise system clocks in at record-breaking 5.2 GHz and is the result of a $1.5 billion investment by IBM.
An enhancement to its MONCHKJCP command reduces the risk of important jobs being delayed, or users affected, by jobs running at high I/O levels.
Company cites interoperability and portability as key underpinnings to practical cloud infrastructure.
The new IBM System x3755 M3 server provides up to four processors, 32 memory slots, and 16TB of local storage in a 2U server.
Blogger obtains internal Oracle memo; company is mum, but memo attests to Oracle's plan to have a Solaris 11 binary distribution, called Solaris 11 Express, that will have a free developer right-to-use (RTU) license.
Included are four attractively priced Express servers and four new IBM i Solution Editions integrated and optimized for rapid ERP deployment.
Red Hat, Inc. noted its leadership in open source desktop development with its ranking as the top corporate contributor to the GNOME project. In a census study published by Neary Consulting at GUADEC recently in The Hague, Netherlands, Red Hat placed first among the total 106 companies that have contributed to GNOME development over the past 10 years with nearly 17 percent of the total code commits. The study also showed that nine out of the top 20 contributors are Red Hat employees.