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IBM Server Line Redrawn
IBM has continued its renaming binge, moving from PCs to servers.

linux blade servers  All servers will be Linux enabled The eServer product line will be separated into four series: zSeries - mainframes (although IBM no longer uses that term, apparently) pSeries - UNIX-based iSeries - mid-market xSeries - Intel-based Market Impact On the surface, this looks like the standard product line revamping/renaming that almost every company goes through from time to time. There were really no earth-shattering new products nor special features (with the possible exception of Capacity Upgrade on Read More...
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IBM’s Newest NUMA-Q Server to Handle 64 Intel CPUs
IBM announced its latest NUMA-Q server, the E410. Its ability to house up to 64 Intel CPUs represents a doubling of the “largest” current system, the ES7000

linux blade servers  running Windows 2000 and Linux environments. Powered by Intel's new 700 MHz Pentium III Xeon processors, the NUMA-Q E410 has shattered the industry's foremost data warehousing performance benchmark doubling the result of Hewlett Packard's top-of-the-line V-series server at nearly half the cost. TPC-H results may be viewed by visiting their web site at: http://www.tpc.org/New_Result/TPCH_Results.html. IBM is enabling customers to build intelligent infrastructures on their own terms with UNIX, Linux or Read More...
To Upgrade, or Not To Upgrade: That Is Not The Question-But How To Upgrade Is
Companies can easily spend hundreds of thousands of dollars implementing an enterprise resource planning (ERP) package. After completing this rollercoaster ride

linux blade servers  blade servers, or the Linux operating system). Typically, a new release will require piloting and testing, user training, and data conversion. A service pack, on the other hand, is intended to correct inherent bugs in the vendor's software. As such, new data elements are not introduced, and extensive testing should not be required. Let's face it: the vendor is supposed to be correcting existing problems, not introducing new ones. A patch is a more localized fix or upgrade, and like service packs, should Read More...
New Storage Array from Sun
Sun has launched an attempt to break into the ranks of large-scale and enterprise storage system vendors like EMC, IBM, and Compaq.

linux blade servers  Windows 2000 NT, and Linux/Intel. The exploding data requirements of the Net economy have brought about a new storage paradigm that requires dynamic, intelligent, network-based storage services for heterogeneous environments, said Denise Shiffman, vice president of marketing for Sun Network Storage. Customers need to be able to scale capacity, performance and availability at the same time, and they need to be able to do it quickly and cost-effectively. Sun is the first to provide this Read More...
The User's Undying Quest for Exploring and Discovering Info - Part 2
Part 1 of this blog series depicted the differences and some subtle similarities between the well-established enterprise applications giant, SAP, and up-and

linux blade servers  (CPUs)  running on  SUSE Linux . Optimized storage is also included with a high-speed network switch and a dedicated network between BW and BW Accelerator. The high availability options might include built-in redundant components, synchronized backup, and switchover capabilities. One must note here that one precondition for SAP BusinessObjects Exporer is to upgrade to  SAP NetWeaver 7.0  (the product's Wave 2 release will support non-BW data sources, which should mitigate this precondition). To that Read More...
Compaq's High-End Wintel-based Rack Servers - Working Hard to Stay #1
Compaq Computer Corporation, the #1 volume manufacturer of PC Servers, both US and worldwide, is fighting a strong challenge by Dell Computer. This note assess

linux blade servers  hardware integration,hardware migration,hardware migration plan,hardware software,internal migration,migration,migration policy,migration routes,migration software,migration to new hardware,update hardware Read More...
Why Group Policy Matters for Servers
Administrative errors can and do happen, but native tools do little to aid administrators in this area. While Microsoft’s Group Policy Management Console (GPMC)

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IBM Pushes Linux into Appliances
IBM Corp. on Monday said its line of network computer terminals can now run on the alternative software system Linux.

linux blade servers  Pushes Linux into Appliances Event Summary January 31, 2000 [Reuters] - IBM Corp said its line of network computer terminals can now run on the alternative software system Linux, in the latest move by the world's largest computer maker to make its products more flexible and easier to use on the Internet. IBM (NYSE: IBM), the computer maker that so far has made the broadest commitment to Linux, also said it would post instructions on its Web site for configuring Linux, and a forum for customers to share Read More...
Blade Computing and the Public Sector
Across the public sector, cost savings will be decisive when considering an investment in blade computing. The decision can be made on a fairly straightforward

linux blade servers  Computing and the Public Sector Across the public sector, cost savings will be decisive when considering an investment in blade computing. The decision can be made on a fairly straightforward cost basis—does the investment pay back? But blade computing also offers advantages in terms of the ability to respond to business needs, which should make it a core part of public sector IT strategy. Read More...
Connecting Low-cost Servers to SAN
Most IT managers have proven, cost-effective ways to increase the return on investment (ROI) of existing infrastructures—that is, storage area networks (SANs

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Intel's
Intel has announced a brand of Web appliances that don't use Microsoft's Windows operating software. Instead, the new devices will run on the Linux operating

linux blade servers  for Web Appliances is Linux Event Summary 1/5/2000 [WSJ Interactive Edition] - Intel has announced a brand of Web appliances that don't use Microsoft's Windows operating software. Instead, the new devices will run on the Linux operating system, which many customers are concluding is ideal for simple Web-surfing machines. According to Claude Leglise, vice president of Intel's architecture business group and head of its home products group, these appliances will be geared toward the home/consumer market, Read More...
Linux and Open Source IT Services (Excel Format) RFI/RFP Template
OS and Application Services, Support Services, Consulting, Implementatation, and Reselling, Migration and Version Maintenance Services, Customization Services

linux blade servers  and Open Source IT Services (Excel Format) RFI/RFP Template OS and Application Services, Support Services, Consulting, Implementatation, and Reselling, Migration and Version Maintenance Services, Customization Services, Development Services, Security Services, License Support and Applicability, Training and Community Participation, High-Level Market Characteristics Read More...
Cobalt Releases Linux
Cobalt Networks, Inc. becomes the latest vendor to jump on the Linux-cluster bandwagon, but does the software they’re touting really qualify as a cluster?

linux blade servers  Releases Linux Clustering Software Cobalt Releases Linux Clustering Software R. Krause - June 28, 2000 Event Summary In May Cobalt Networks Inc., a provider of server appliances, announced Cobalt StaQware, a high availability clustering solution that ensures the uptime of business critical Web sites and applications. StaQware, which runs on Cobalt's RaQ 3i server appliances, offers 99.99 percent availability and requires no customization or modification to applications. [Source: Cobalt press rele Read More...

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