What's new with IBM i TR 6 and TR 7
This IBM Redbooks publication introduces a technical overview of the new features, functions, and enhancements available in IBM i 7.1. It provides a summary and brief explanation of new capabilities and what changed in the operating system. This publication also describes many of the licensed programs and application development tools that are associated with IBM i. This publication includes all the enhancements that were delivered with the Technology Refresh 6 and 7 that were made available in 2013.
The information that is provided in this book is useful for clients, IBM Business Partners, and IBM service professionals that are involved with planning, supporting, upgrading, and implementing IBM i 7.1 solutions.
Table of contents
Chapter 1. Introduction to IBM i 7.1 and Technology Refreshes
Chapter 2. Security enhancements
Chapter 3. Backup and recovery
Chapter 4. High availability
Chapter 5. IBM DB2 for i
Chapter 6. Performance tools
Chapter 7. Virtualization
Chapter 8. Storage and solid-state drives
Chapter 9. Networking enhancements
Chapter 10. Printing enhancements
Chapter 11. Integration with IBM BladeCenter and IBM System x
Chapter 12. IBM Advanced Job Scheduler for i enhancements
Chapter 13. Web serving
Chapter 14. Web enablers
Chapter 15. Application development
Chapter 16. IBM Rational products
Chapter 17. IBM Navigator for i V7.1
Chapter 18. IBM i Access
Chapter 19. Miscellaneous enhancements
Chapter 20. Upgrading IBM i
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