Learn how easy it is to scale the X6 Compute Nodes with Simon Casey
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IBM x86 products are now products of Lenovo in the U.S. and other countries. IBM will continue to host x86-related content on ibm.com until migrated to Lenovo.
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The increasing demand for cloud computing and business analytic workloads drives innovation to find new ways to build information systems. Lenovo® clients are looking for cost-effective IT solutions that manage large amounts of data, easily scale performance, and provide reliable real-time access to actionable information.
Built on decades of innovation, Lenovo introduces its sixth generation of Lenovo X-Architecture® technology, Lenovo X6 servers, which includes the Lenovo Flex System® x880 X6, Flex System x480 X6, and Flex System x280 X6. These Lenovo X6 servers are fast, agile, and resilient:
* Fast application performance means immediate access to actionable information.
* Agile system design helps reduce acquisition costs and provides the ability to host multiple generations of technology in a single server.
*Resilient platforms maximize application uptime and offer easy integration into virtual environments.
This Lenovo Press publication describes the product and covers planning and implementation. The first chapers provide technical information about the 2-socket x280 X6, 4-socket x480 X6, and 8-socket x880 X6. This information is most useful in designing, configuring, and planning your server order. The later chapters provide configuration and setup details to get your server operational.
This book is for Lenovo clients, Lenovo Business Partners, and Lenovo employees who want to understand the features and capabilities of the Lenovo X6 portfolio of servers and want to learn how to install and configure the servers for use in production. It is related to the IBM Redbooks book about the rack-mount X6 servers, IBM System x3850 X6 and x3950 X6 Planning and Implementation Guide, SG24-8208.
Table of contents
Chapter 1. Introduction
Chapter 2. Introduction to IBM Flex System
Chapter 3. Architecture
Chapter 4. Flex System X6 Compute Node
Chapter 5. Hardware preparation
Chapter 6. Installation
Chapter 7. Management
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