Best Practices for Lotus Domino on System z: z9 and zSeries

An IBM Redbooks publication

Published 01 March 2006, updated 02 March 2006

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ISBN-10: 073849643x
ISBN-13: 9780738496436
IBM Form #: SG24-7209-00
(116 pages)

Authors: Mike Ebbers, Armelle Cheve, Barbara Filippi, Wu W. Huang, DeWayne Hughes, Francelis Ordas, Teri Schenke, Mike Wojton

Abstract

IBM Lotus Notes and Domino are designed to help organizations increase productivity and responsiveness through business-critical collaboration capabilities and a rapid application development and deployment environment. To most effectively use your system capacity and get the best performance from Domino, we recommend the best practices described in this IBM Redbooks publication.

Lotus Domino on System z9 has matured into a powerful server platform that meets the diverse needs of many organizations. IBM System z9 offers key functions such as clustering for scalability and availability and systems management tools. These tools, which are important to organizations, are mature and have been available on System z9 for many years. System z9 is able to support large workloads because of the unique capabilities of the hardware and software.

Table of contents

Chapter 1. The value of Domino on System z9
Part 1. Best practices
Chapter 2. Domino for System z9 best practices
Chapter 3. Application recommendations
Chapter 4. Backup/recovery best practices
Chapter 5. Domino for System z technical support overview and recommendations
Chapter 6. A short course in Domino performance management
Part 2. Linux update
Chapter 7. Monitoring with Performance Toolkit for VM
Chapter 8. Networking updates
Chapter 9. Performance testing of Domino 7 for Linux on System z9

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