IBM PurePower Technical Overview and Introduction

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Published on December 18, 2015

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ISBN-10: 0738454729
ISBN-13: 9780738454726
IBM Form #: REDP-5277-00


Authors: Patrick Lindsey, Andrew Nardone, Hansjörg Schneider and Martin Schulz

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    Abstract

    This IBM® Redpaper™ publication introduces and provides a technical overview of the IBM PurePower System that helps support management of big data, social media, mobile, analytics, and the flow of critical information. A PurePower System can be configured in an affordable entry-level configuration in a single rack, and it is agile enough to be expanded for scalable cloud deployments. It has built-in redundancy for highly reliable and resilient operation to support demanding applications and cloud services, as required by many enterprises. A PurePower System also provides the scalability, flexibility, and versatility that you demand for business-critical workloads.

    The following enhancements were announced in October 2015:

      IBM i operating system on top of a Virtual I/O Server (VIOS) now supported on the IBM Power System S822 server

      Improvements to PurePower Integrated Manager

      Integration of HMC code (virtual HMC) into the PurePower Integrated Manager

      Ability to order translated PurePower documentation that is geography-specific

      Configuration support for IBM Power System S822 and S822L server in a single rack

      PowerVC 1.2.3 Standard Edition

      Power compute node firmware SV840

    Table of Contents

    Chapter 1. PurePower System description

    Chapter 2. Managing PurePower

    Chapter 3. Physical planning and installation

    Appendix A. IBM PurePower solutions

     

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