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Your Power Systems guide for Think 2021

We understand that the world — and business — is in the midst of rapid and unpredictable change. Join us at Think 2021 , to have a chance to directly engage with world-class experts, industry leaders and peers. Learn about the future of hybrid cloud and AI and see how IBM Power Systems...

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RHEL for SAP Now Available on IBM Power Systems Virtual Server

Customers will now be able to run critical SAP HANA workloads on RHEL using IBM Power Systems Virtual Server . Customers can enjoy the flexibility and scalability Power Systems Virtual Server brings to the table. Additionally, Power Systems Virtual Server helps clients adapt to ever-changing...

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Spectrum Scale Tuning for Power Architecture

NOTE: This content was originally published under the IBM developerWorks site. Since the location where this content was published is being taken offline the content is being copied here so it can continue to be accessed. The document attached to this post was previously published in 2017. ...

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Reclaim the power of AI!

Originally posted by: seb IBM Systems Technical University 2018 in Rome is already 3 weeks ago and I still try to sort all the impressions I got. There were a lot of topics that merely felt like hypes before but now really impact day-to-day reality. NVMe over FC, deep learning and even...

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Using PCM REST APIs

Originally posted by: Niraj Shah IBM Overview IBM Power System’s Hardware Management Consoles (HMCs) provide interfaces to monitor utilization of physical and virtual resources on the Power system . These are REST API and GUI interfaces for P erformance and C apacity M onitoring or...

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Are you migrating your application from big endian to little endian? You should read this!

Originally posted by: llindsay When migrating your application from big endian to little endian on the IBM POWER8 platform, there are a number of differences that need to be considered. This can range from vectors, storage association between items of different sizes, long doubles,...

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XL Fortran and XL C/C++ for Linux evaluation versions now hosted on public apt-get and zypper repositories!

Originally posted by: Dwayne M Now there’s an even easier way to get you started with your evaluation of the latest XL C/C++ (V13.1.1) and XL Fortran (V15.1.1) for Linux compilers for the little endian Linux distributions on Power Systems (Ubuntu 14.04, Ubuntu 14.10, and SLES 12). We...

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Easy management of Power AIX and Linux based on Openstack - IBM PowerVC by Nigel Griffiths

https://youtu.be/hPacPkjmz8U Published on Jan 27, 2014 Optimized System Management is essential in today's data centre world. IBM Power Virtualization Center (PowerVC) is the new advanced virtualization management offering, built on OpenStack, for IBM POWER® Systems - easy and effective...

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Webinar: new capabilities for developing optimal applications for Power Systems

Originally posted by: melaniejs Check out this webinar by IBM Systems Magazine about Smart Tools on IBM i, AIX, and Linux for Faster Time to Market Get an early look at the next version of Rational's offerings for Power Systems. New advancements in compilers and significantly enhanced...

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