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Scale up for Linux on LinuxONE
LinuxONE

Redpaper, published 17 Jul 2019

This book was written by IBM® IT specialists who have experience implementing Linux solutions on IBM LinuxONE™ (LinuxONE). The contents of this book follow the guidelines from Linux regarding LinuxONE installations. The preferred practices that are described in this book are gathered from the experiences of those specialists in hundreds of projects at IBM and customer environments. This IBM Redbooks® publication provides you with the information needed in making a decision on scaling architecture when implementing Linux on LinuxONE. This book has the following goals:
- To inform ... [more]


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Consolidation Planning Workbook Practical Migration from x86 to IBM LinuxOne
LinuxONE

Redpaper, published 16 Apr 2018, last updated 16 Apr 2018

IBM LinuxONE™ is a portfolio of hardware, software, and solutions for an enterprise-grade Linux environment. It is designed to run more transactions faster and with more security and reliability specifically for the open community. It fully embraces open source-based technology. This IBM® Redbooks® publication provides a technical sample workbook for IT organizations that are considering a migration from their x86 distributed servers to IBM LinuxONE. This book provides you with checklists for each facet of your migration to IBM LinuxONE. This IBM Redbooks workbook assists you by providing ... [more]


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Scale up for Linux on IBM Z
LinuxONE

Redpaper, published 8 Dec 2017, last updated 12 Dec 2017

This book was written by IBM® IT specialists who have experience implementing IBM Z® solutions, especially Linux on IBM LinuxONE™ (LinuxONE) or IBM Z servers. Therefore, the content of this book follows the guidelines from Linux and IBM z/VM® regarding LinuxONE and IBM Z installations. The preferred practices described in this book are gathered from the experiences of those specialists in hundreds of projects at IBM and customer environments. This publication provides you with all of the information that you need to decide the best scaling architecture when implementing Linux on IBM Z or ... [more]


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Practical Migration from x86 to LinuxONE
LinuxONE

Redbooks, published 5 Jan 2017

LinuxONE is a portfolio of hardware, software, and solutions for an enterprise-grade Linux environment. It has been designed to run more transactions faster and with more security and reliability specifically for the open community. It fully embraces open source-based technology. Two servers are available for LinuxONE: The LinuxONE Emperor and Rockhopper. The IBM LinuxONE Emperor server has these features:

  • Near limitless scaling and support of up to 8,000 virtual Linux servers on a single footprint
  • Intrinsic platform security, and safer and faster data encryption than x86 ... [more]


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    Securing Your Cloud: IBM z/VM Security for IBM z Systems and LinuxONE
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    Redbooks, published 19 Oct 2016

    As workloads are being offloaded to IBM® z Systems™ based cloud environments, it is important to ensure that these workloads and environments are secure. This IBM Redbooks® publication describes the necessary steps to secure your environment for all of the components that are involved in a z Systems cloud infrastructure that uses IBM z/VM® and Linux on z Systems. The audience for this book is IT architects and those planning to use z Systems for their cloud ... [more]


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