Over the last few years the IBM Power Systems platform has experienced a tremendous evolution. Its capability has gone from single OS per server systems to new cloud-based, Flex, and POWER7+ technology driven offerings, while at the same time gaining in performance, throughput, and security -- essentials our customers depend on.
Our IBM Power Systems Redbooks publications have also evolved. We've developed several new offerings to respond to the needs of our readers. Follow the tabs below to explore our new Product Guides, Solution Guides, videos, and blogs. Then let us know what you think of them by emailing us at firstname.lastname@example.org, attention Scott Vetter, our Systems Redbooks portfolio manager.
|1.||IBM PowerVC Version 1.2 Introduction and Configuration|
Draft Redbooks, last updated 28 Feb 2014
|2.||IBM PowerVM Enhancements What is new in 2013|
Draft Redbooks, last updated 21 Feb 2014
|3.||Reorganize Physical File Member: Updated to Meet Your Needs!|
Draft Redpapers, last updated 20 Feb 2014
|4.||IBM i Technical Overview with Technology Refresh Redbook|
Draft Redbooks, last updated 17 Feb 2014
|5.||Pushing the Limit: Using Very Large Database Capabilities with DB2 for i|
Draft Redpapers, last updated 14 Feb 2014
|6.||IBM i and IBM Storwize Family: A Practical Guide to Usage Scenarios|
Draft Redbooks, last updated 13 Feb 2014
|7.||Deploying PowerHA Solution with AIX HyperSwap|
Draft Redpapers, last updated 30 Aug 2013
Drafts are Redbooks publications in-progress. They are produced during a short term project called a residency on a specific topic. The intent is to get these pages out much quicker than the formal publishing process allows. The results you read here will be less polished than the published book. Feedback is very welcome!