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Optimising Linux on System z as part of a hybrid IT architecture
Businesses need to ensure that their IT platforms are flexible enough to deal with their on-going needs, are capable of dealing wth the peaks and troughs of cyclical loads, and are also being run at an optimised level when it comes to energy and resource
By: Quocirca
Published: July 2012
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With the introduction of IBM's multi-workload hybrid mainframe, zEnterprise, and the numerous technology advancements to System z, many organisations are seeing the platform in a new light. Where standardisation on an Intel-based platform may struggle to provide the scalability required to support business growth, Linux on System z can not only provide a platfom for consolidation of workloads, but can also act as a central point to monitor and manage the rest of a hybrid environment in a manner that provides strong business value.

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