Thank you from IBM Enterprise2014
Thank you to our IBM clients, Enterprise2014 sponsors, IBM Business Partners, press, analysts, IBM employees, bloggers and vendors for making Enterprise2014 - our premier infrastructure event for cloud, data and engagement - a huge success this year.
We appreciate you taking the time to learn how the right infrastructure approach can enable better ROI and business benefits and how cloud, analytics, mobile, social and security technologies can drive innovation, business value, superior client experience and competitive advantage. We encourage you to share the insights you gained from Enterprise2014 with your colleagues.
Please save the date to join us next year on May 11–15, 2015 at The Venetian, Las Vegas.
The Premier Event for Infrastructure Innovation highlights will include:
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Enterprise-class computing requires enterprise-class infrastructure, regardless of where it is located. In this analyst paper The Clipper Group explains why there is a need for today’s IBM mainframe - especially as a host to enterprise clouds.
This report by IT analyst Joe Clabby outlines the costs of transferring data from one system to another (ETL) and the advantages of running operational analytics workloads on IBM zEnterprise.
Mainframe procurement professionals, capacity planners and architects need to work together to address the impact mobile workloads are having and will continue to have on mainframe demands. Implement IBM Mobile Workload Pricing for z/OS, and follow these best practices to minimize budgetary impact.
Where do you deploy workloads that must be secured and just can’t afford to fail? Most of the world’s largest financial, government and retail institutions use IBM System z mainframes to run their most mission critical workloads and to protect their most sensitive data. In this report by Clabby Analytics see System z role as a trusted computing platform to support growth in secure transactions and data.
This Robert Francis Group paper why the IBM Enterprise Linux Server's consolidated design and virtualization management capabilities makes it the best choice for private Linux clouds.
Mobile on IBM Power Systems offers customers a robust, secure, and agile infrastructure to leverage mobile applications and workloads for their enterprise. When a single Tweet can gain instant popularity causing a surge of traffic, it is important to make sure your systems never go down. Power Systems helps make sure customers have a seamless mobile experience – providing integration, security and scale.
ITG Management Report: IBM i on Power Systems for Enterprise Businesses; Value of Resilience for Next-generation Analytics, Cloud, Mobile and Social Media
What is the business value of resilience? Most organizations would agree on the importance of maintaining security, availability, and recoverability for business-critical systems. Many, however, do not quantify the value of doing so. This may be unwise. The value of resilience may vary between different types of business-critical solution, and the underlying platforms that support them. The bottom-line implications may be greater than is generally recognized.
The way we see it, this new generation of POWER8-based servers has literally been “designed for data”. We see the current generation of single and dual-socket systems as a true threat to the x86 dominance of the scale -out Linux marketplace. A nd, as larger and large configurations come to market, we expect to see a lot of POWER8-based servers configured for large database-in- memory processing – and given POWER8 performance advantages, these new in-memory servers will raise the perfor mance bar for database processing in the future.
Leverage the efficiency of software defined storage and the speed of flash storage all at once. Join this webinar to learn more.
See how the DS8000 series makes it possible to effectively and efficiently manage broad workloads prevalent in complex data centers.
Hutchison Regional Medical Center reduces data volumes by 45% and saves 12 hours per week with data back-ups using Tivoli Storage Manager.
Unpredictable workloads in the cloud are driving the need for flexible and scalable infrastructure.