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Best Practices for Deploying a virtualized infrastructure (Hurwitz & Associates)

Published By: IBM     Published Date: Sep 16, 2014
In a world that demands scalability, modularity, quality, fast performance and a best practices approach is key to ensuring predictable results for the business. IBM’s PowerLinux Open Source Infrastructure Services solution is a workload-optimized system that meets or exceeds best practices for a virtualized infrastructure at a reasonable price point. The PowerLinux solution can help turn today’s IT infrastructure into a well-tuned utility, providing a more flexible, scalable and valuable asset to the business.
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virtualized infrastructure, it infrastructure, deployment options, it management, best practices, business intelligence
    
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Bon-Ton Stores: Maximizing Peak Capacity; Minimizing Stack Costs

Published By: IBM     Published Date: Sep 16, 2014
In 2013, Bon Ton Stores invested in upgrading IT, continuing to update and expand its eCommerce sites, and launching a new mobile site supporting delivery of promotions and online purchasing. A central aspect of this technology upgrade involved the replacement of an x86 server environment, supporting eCommerce with ten IBM® PowerLinux™ 7R2 servers and IBM PowerVM® running IBM WebSphere® Commerce on SUSE Linux operating systems. This case study highlights of some of the key aspects of this significant migration and its results, including how Bon-Ton IT executives support the business and what they prioritize, why they decided to make this move, what performance and capability resulted, and how it affected full data center costs and business resilience.
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stack costs, online purchasing, promotion delivery, mobile retail, application performance management, business analytics, business intelligence, customer experience management
    
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Cabot Partners: Optimizing business value for midsized SAP landscapes with IBM PowerLinux; Apr 2012

Published By: IBM     Published Date: Sep 27, 2013
Cabot Partners offers a glimpse into the market trends for SAP adoption in midsize businesses and imperatives for the supporting platform. A case is made for a simpler virtualized solution, designed for easy installation and operation and cost-effective scaling for growth.
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cabot partners, ibm powerlinux, sap, small and medium businesses, smb, sap system landscape, virtualization, linux
    
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Big Data without the Big Bang or Bucks (Gabriel Consulting)

Published By: IBM     Published Date: Jan 09, 2014
While some organizations are already utilizing Big Data or various large enterprise analytics techniques, many more are still working to grasp how these new usage models might help them. There’s a lot of undiscovered value in the vast amounts of data they currently have and the data that they can get from other sources. They know that they can somehow convert this data into insights that will let them ramp up efficiency and be ready for tomorrow today.
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big data, enterprise analytics, red hat, data analytics, powerlinux system, powervm virtualization, virtualization, cloud computing
    
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Best Practices for Deploying a Virtualized Infrastructure (Hurwitz & Associates)

Published By: IBM     Published Date: Jan 09, 2014
In a world that demands scalability, modularity, quality, fast performance and a best practices approach is key to ensuring predictable results for the business. IBM’s PowerLinux Open Source Infrastructure Services solution is a workload-optimized system that meets or exceeds best practices for a virtualized infrastructure at a reasonable price point. The PowerLinux solution can help turn today’s IT infrastructure into a well-tuned utility, providing a more flexible, scalable and valuable asset to the business.
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best practices, virtualized infrastructure, powerlinux, open source, virtualized infrastructure, hurwitz white, infrastructure page, source infrastructure
    
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Bon-Ton Stores: Maximizing Peak Capacity; Minimizing Stack Costs

Published By: IBM     Published Date: Sep 16, 2014
In 2013, Bon Ton Stores invested in upgrading IT, continuing to update and expand its eCommerce sites, and launching a new mobile site supporting delivery of promotions and online purchasing. A central aspect of this technology upgrade involved the replacement of an x86 server environment, supporting eCommerce with ten IBM® PowerLinux™ 7R2 servers and IBM PowerVM® running IBM WebSphere® Commerce on SUSE Linux operating systems. This case study highlights of some of the key aspects of this significant migration and its results, including how Bon-Ton IT executives support the business and what they prioritize, why they decided to make this move, what performance and capability resulted, and how it affected full data center costs and business resilience.
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stack costs, online purchasing, promotion delivery, mobile retail
    
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