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A Data Center Fabric Is Critical to a Next-Generation Data Center

Published By: Cisco     Published Date: Jan 05, 2015
The data center has gone through many major evolutionary changes over the past several decades, and each change has been defined by major shifts in architectures. The industry moved from the mainframe era to client/server computing and then to Internet computing. In 2011, another major shift began: the shift to a virtual data center. This has been the primary driver in enabling customers to transition to the cloud and ultimately IT as a service. The shift to a virtual data center will be the single biggest transition in the history of computing. It will reshape all the major data center tiers: applications, storage, servers and the network.
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data center, consolidation, server virtualization, new applications, it management, data management
    
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Cloud Workloads on the Mainframe

Published By: IBM     Published Date: Apr 06, 2015
Far from being out of date, mainframes are used around the world to build robust, trusted clouds. Increasingly, organizations are turning to cloud computing to improve their IT responsiveness and to reduce costs. And for enterprise workloads, which require highly reliable and secure platforms to meet demanding service levels, many companies are building their clouds using a mainframe.
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ibm, cloud computing, cost reduction, next generation mainframe, bandwidth management, infrastructure, network performance management, web services
    
IBM

Enterprise Web 2.0 application support from IBM (300)

Published By: IBM     Published Date: Jun 24, 2009
This white paper outlines the advantages of WebSphere Portal for System z software and provides essential information to those considering adding Web-facing workloads on their mainframe hardware. Also, with these WebSphere Portal for System z options, IBM illustrates its ongoing commitment to mainframe computing and underscores the business value that remains inherent in the System z platform. Learn more today!
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enterprise, web 2.0, ibm, system z, platform, mission critical applications, web facing, workloads, z/os, ibm racf, workload manager, soa, service oriented architecture, hfs, hierarchical file system, ibm db2, cics, zap, application assist processor, linux
    
IBM

Faster Mainframes for Speed Trading

Published By: Infosys     Published Date: May 30, 2018
While mainframes have dominated computing across industries for several decades, the need for speed and However, modernizing these systems is every enterprise’s nightmare, considering the complexities and high costs involved, besides the fear of business disruption. The need for a trusted partner has never been more. A leading global brokerage firm was looking to simplify and speed up the mainframe systems powering their trading platforms that supported billions of transactions each day. See how Infosys helped and the five key takeaways from the project.
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mainframes, speed, trading, system, modernize
    
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Faster Mainframes for Speed Trading

Published By: Infosys     Published Date: Jun 12, 2018
While mainframes have dominated computing across industries for several decades, the need for speed and However, modernizing these systems is every enterprise’s nightmare, considering the complexities and high costs involved, besides the fear of business disruption. The need for a trusted partner has never been more. A leading global brokerage firm was looking to simplify and speed up the mainframe systems powering their trading platforms that supported billions of transactions each day. See how Infosys helped and the five key takeaways from the project.
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mainframes, speed, trading, system, modernize
    
Infosys

Gaining Control and Managing Complexity in the Data Center through Service Automation

Published By: BMC ESM     Published Date: Aug 20, 2009
IT infrastructures have become exceedingly complex, resulting in a highly interconnected network of old and new technologies. In a world where IT budgets are shrinking and mergers are common, how do you get the most value from your IT resources?
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it costs, it resources, it infrastructure, it budget, spend management, bmc, mergers, podcast, virtualization, legacy, mainframe computing, automation, enterprise applications, business process automation, enterprise resource planning, it spending, server virtualization, service oriented architecture, web service management, service management
    
BMC ESM

IBM IBV: The next-generation platform for banks

Published By: Group M_IBM Q418     Published Date: Sep 10, 2018
Sophisticated banking requires sophisticated computing systems. But which systems offer the greatest chance for success? Many banks are discovering that the answer can be found within their on-premise data centers – the mainframe computer. Mainframes have become a modern platform for innovation. When operating in a hybrid cloud environment, mainframes provide cost flexibility, scalability, agility, sophistication and unmatched security. And they support innovation, business transformation and new types of monetization. The power of mainframe computing is being rediscovered. Specifically, in a recent 2017 survey of banking executives, we found that: • 50 percent said they believe hybrid cloud – and the systems that underpin it – can significantly lower the cost of IT ownership • 47 percent said they believe mainframe enabled hybrid cloud can improve operating margin • 47 percent said they believe dual-platform hybrid cloud can accelerate innovation. While innovation and improved p
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IT Evolution to a Hybrid Enterprise Drives the Need for Location-Independent Computing

Published By: Riverbed     Published Date: Apr 24, 2015
Enterprise IT has gone through several waves of evolution since the birth of computing. The computing platform has evolved from mainframe computing to minicomputers, shifted to client/server computing, and finally moved to Internet computing in the cloud era. Read this white paper to learn more about the need for location-independent computing.
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hybrid enterprise, location-independent computing, enterprise it, computing platform, cloud computing, mobile devices, networking, software development, it management, wireless
    
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Protecting Corporate Information in the Cloud

Published By: Symantec     Published Date: Jul 11, 2017
The technology pendulum is always swinging. And chief information security officers must be prepared to swing with it—or get clocked. A look at recent history illustrates the oscillating nature of technology. In the 1980s, IBM mainframes dominated the landscape. In the ’90s, client-server computing came on the scene and data was distributed on personal computers. When the Web assumed predominance, the pendulum started to swing back to a centralized server. Then, just as quickly, mobile took the lead, with apps downloaded to workers’ devices—the new client server. Now, as mobile devices continue to populate the enterprise at a rapid rate, the IT model is changing again—to the provisioning of information on a just-what’s-needed, just-in-time basis from centralized servers consolidated in the cloud. The pendulum continues to swing and IT workloads are moving to the cloud en masse.
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cloud, security, data protection, data loss, information security
    
Symantec

Replace Your Rack Server with the IBM BladeCenter JS12 Express Blade

Published By: IBM     Published Date: Jun 19, 2008
IBM BladeCenter JS12 Express blade brings the power of mainframes to blades. Coupled with the IBM BladeCenter S chassis, it is ideal for small database and application serving. This complete solution is compact, reliable and extremely energy efficient. Find out how to simplify your traditional UNIX, IBM i and Linux rack-mount and tower setup with the IBM BladeCenter JS12 Express blade and BladeCenter S chassis.
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blade, blades, blade server, ibm, bladecenter, mainframe, green green computing, express seller, storage, blade servers, green computing
    
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ZK Research White Paper: Best Practices for Building a Mobility Strategy

Published By: Cisco     Published Date: Jan 05, 2015
The technology that powers organizations has undergone several major transitions since the birth of computing. In the 1960s, the mainframe was the dominant compute model, and it gave way to minicomputing about a decade later. In the 1990s, businesses eventually shifted to PC-based computing in the client/server era. This model was eventually supplanted by Internet computing as the dominant compute model. Today, the technology industry finds itself in the midst of the most significant transition ever: the shift to mobile computing.
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mobility, business solutions, cisco, mobile applications, secure mobile
    
Cisco

ZK Research WP: A Data Center Fabric is Critical to a Next-Generation Data

Published By: Cisco     Published Date: Apr 10, 2015
The data center has gone through many major evolutionary changes over the past several decades, and each change has been defined by major shifts in architectures. The industry moved from the mainframe era to client/server computing and then to Internet computing. In 2011, another major shift began: the shift to a virtual data center. This has been the primary driver in enabling customers to transition to the cloud and ultimately IT as a service. The shift to a virtual data center will be the single biggest transition in the history of computing. It will reshape all the major data center tiers: applications, storage, servers and the network.
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cisco, zk research, data center, itaas, migration, cloud computing, applications, servers, network, service management, virtualization, infrastructure, design and facilities
    
Cisco

ZK Research: Intent-Based Data Centers

Published By: Apstra     Published Date: Feb 21, 2019
The enterprise data center has undergone several major shifts since the introduction of computing as a business resource. Data centers have evolved from mainframes to client/server to virtual servers, and then to being “software defned,” and fnally to their current state of disaggregation. Today, we sit on the precipice of the next major data center transition—the evolution to an intent-based data center (IBDC) (Exhibit 1). Each transition saw the cost of computing decrease and the importance of the network increase, and each enabled organizations to boost the efciency of their data center operations and improve asset utilization—ultimately leading to a better experience for users
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ibn, ibdc, data center infrastructure
    
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