Sharing Processor and Memory Activations Dynamically Among IBM Power Systems Enterprise Class Servers

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IBM Form #: TIPS1169


Authors: William R. (Bill) Casey

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    Abstract

    This IBM® Redbooks® Solution Guide describes IBM Power Enterprise Pools, a technology for dynamically sharing processor and memory activations among a group (or pool) of IBM Power Systems™ enterprise class servers. Using mobile Capacity on Demand (CoD) activation codes, your systems administrator can perform tasks without contacting IBM. You need only to upgrade to Hardware Management Console (HMC) V7.7.8.

    This Solution Guide is directed at experienced IBM Power Systems users and financial decision-makers who want to know how Power Enterprise Pools can improve IT efficiencies. The process uses an easy-to-follow HMC GUI.

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