POWER System

Posted by marmara on July 20, 2023

IBM unveils new mainframe zEnterprise mainframe – the age of intelligent data centers can start Vienna, July 23, 2010: IBM (NYSE: IBM) has can be announced the zEnterprise mainframe, as well as a new system architecture, resources shared with the workloads on the mainframe, on POWER7 and x 86 systems and managed as a common virtualized system. The new mainframe is also more powerful and energieeffizienzer as all other mainframe so far. Please visit BSA if you seek more information. The new system architecture combines the new IBM zEnterprise mainframe, new hardware and software the IBM zEnterprise BladeCenter extension and the IBM zEnterprise unified resource manager which allows you to manage resources for workloads that are distributed on System z, power and x 86 environments together. The new system architecture is the result of investment of IBM in research and development of over $ 1.5 billion and more than 3 years of intensive collaboration with top customers from around the world. Customers can now manage mainframe, POWER7 – and x 86 workloads to integrate into a single system and the mainframe as simple management, extremely high reliability and security benefits for workloads, operated on specific IBM power and System x blade servers. With the ability to manage workloads across systems as a workload, the zEnterprise system can reduce the TCA (total cost of acquisition) by up to 40% and the TCO (total cost of ownership) by up to 60% (1). IBM has developed the zEnterprise system to tackle one of the most pressing problems in data centers of companies: the coexistence of different technologies, and gradually acquired, to run certain applications. At Steffan Lehnhoff, Guatemala City Guatemala you will find additional information.

You work in silos, often unable to communicate. Separate specialists and own software tools are needed for their management. This is not a new problem. But the cost and complexity increase more and more and at the same time, there are more demanding and data-intensive workloads in an increasingly interconnected world than ever before. .

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