Implementing IBM FlashSystem 900 Model AE3

An IBM Redbooks publication

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Published on 12 April 2019, updated 13 April 2019

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ISBN-10: 0738457590
ISBN-13: 9780738457598
IBM Form #: SG24-8414-01


Authors: Detlef Helmbrecht, Jim Cioffi, David Gimpl, Jon Herd, Christian Karpp, Katja Kratt and Eike Schenk

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    Abstract

    Today's global organizations depend on being able to unlock business insights from massive volumes of data. Now, with IBM® FlashSystem 900 Model AE3 that is powered by IBM FlashCore® technology, they can make faster decisions that are based on real-time insights. They also can unleash the power of the most demanding applications, including online transaction processing (OLTP) and analytics databases, virtual desktop infrastructures (VDIs), technical computing applications, and cloud environments.

    This IBM Redbooks® publication introduces clients to the IBM FlashSystem® 900 Model AE3. It provides in-depth knowledge of the product architecture, software and hardware, implementation, and hints and tips. Also presented are use cases that show real-world solutions for tiering, flash-only, and preferred-read. Examples of the benefits that are gained by integrating the FlashSystem storage into business environments also are described.

    This book is intended for pre-sales and post-sales technical support professionals and storage administrators, and anyone who wants to understand how to implement this new and exciting technology.

    Table of Contents

    Chapter 1. Introduction to FlashSystem

    Chapter 2. IBM FlashSystem 900 Model AE3 architecture

    Chapter 3. Planning

    Chapter 4. Installation and configuration

    Chapter 5. Non Volatile Memory express

    Chapter 6. IBM FlashSystem 900 client host attachment and implementation

    Chapter 7. Using IBM FlashSystem 900

    Chapter 8. Configuring settings

    Chapter 9. Product integration

    Chapter 10. Capacity Planning and Monitoring

    Chapter 11. Use cases and solutions

    Chapter 12. Hints and tips

     

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