Compare Power

The IBM Migration Factory makes is easier than you think with resources to help you move your solutions to the IBM POWER platform and help you differentiate your solutions from others. Read about some of the thousands of customers that have gained the POWER platform advantages and how they were able to provide exceptional client experience.

See how the experts at the IBM Migration Factory can help you develop a migration roadmap, an estimate of our migration effort, and a customized business case for the migration.


Adobe


esri

To create the kind of flexible, high-performance solution that would serve esri's needs for faster business performance and improved IT cost, with assistance from the IBM Migration Factory the company migrated its SAP solutions to IBM Power 750 servers, and maintained its data on the existing IBM DB2 footprint.

Research analysts comment

    Migration Factory executives told us that over 90% of the migrations they are now doing are from HP/UX and Solaris to AIX.

IBM’s Migration Factory: Tools, Metrics, Automation, Process Expertise, and Project Management, Clabby Analytics, (All rights reserved), June 2011


    IBM has made the process of moving from one server or software platform to another far easier than it has ever been.

IBM's Migration Factory: Removing the Risk and Pain from Platform Migration, PUND-IT, (All rights reserved), January 2012

Clients comment on the Migration Factory

    We needed a partner who has done it in the past and it was very clear that IBM migration Factory was our number one choice in terms of core competency and the value they brought to the table.

Atul Gupta: Senior Manager, Core Infrastructure Services, Adobe

Contact IBM

Browse Power Systems

Next generation applications for big data and analytics and cognitive computing are providing unprecedented insights into opportunities, threats and efficiencies. IBM Power Systems is at the forefront of delivering solutions to gain faster insights from analyzing both structured information and unstructured big data. With the secure, flexible and open platform of IBM Power Systems plus solutions and software, organizations can outpace their competitors by delivering faster services, providing differentiated offerings and turning operational cost into investment opportunity.

IBM Power Systems hardware is at the heart of enabling major business and industry transformations fueled by the explosive growth of big data and analytics. Power Systems help organizations drive faster business insights with industry leading performance, scalability and virtualization flexibility.

IBM Power Systems deliver flexibility and choice of operating systems to enable your business to support the next generation applications for big data and analytics and cognitive computing that are transforming how organizations work today. Whether running 1, 2, or all 3 - coupled with PowerVM, they maximize the benefit of Power Systems in your business.

IBM's integrated approach to developing Systems and Systems Software stacks together delivers a platform that supports next generation applications for big data and analytics and cognitive computing on an open platform for choice while providing maximum utilization, availability, and flexibility to help you deliver new advantages to your business.

IBM and IBM Business Partner solutions exploit key benefits in IBM Power Systems’ unique design combined with systems software to provide support for next generation applications for big data and analytics and cognitive computing to providing unprecedented insights into opportunities, threats and efficiencies to your organization.


Over the last five years thousands of clients have migrated to IBM Power Systems. Learn how Power Systems has helped them support next generation applications for big data and analytics and cognitive computing on an open platform for choice while improving business performance, reducing risk, and establishing a platform for growth.

Case studies


  • Linux Optimization Webcast

    Increasing the business value of enterprise Linux workloads