Environment Isolation in IBM PureApplication System

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Authors: Margaret Ticknor

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    Abstract

    In IBM® PureApplication™ System, applications run in the cloud as workloads that share the system's resources, such as CPU, memory, and networking. Some deployments, however, require that the workloads be isolated from each other. This IBM Redbooks® Solution Guide identifies the features of IBM PureApplication System that make it an ideal solution for implementing runtime environments with application and virtual systems isolation.

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