Addressing the infrastructure needs of next generation applications with IBM LinuxONE

Sponsored By: IBM

Many companies have heard the terms mobile, cloud and big data analytics, and though they might be aware of its large-scale impact, they might be unaware of how to integrate new and effective ways to drive better business outcomes for their organization.

A company that has truly achieved a digital transformation – seeing a change coming, embracing it, and successfully leverage it – will fair better than one that falls behind the technology curve and cannot catch up in time to stay alive. Next-generation applications are critical to address the changes happening in the industry, including social, big data and analytics, mobility and cloud computing.

Last year, IBM introduced LinuxONE, a new pair of IBM mainframes along with Linux and open-source software and services. The hybrid cloud effort was introduced for companies that cannot afford to continually add new servers and software licenses to keep pace with growth, and has become a major player in the global IT market.

The Linux infrastructure is efficient, secure, adaptive and integrated across desktop and mobile to better meet client demands. The enterprise-grade platform will help in disaster recovery, cut costs and help forward-thinking companies manage future workloads.

The white papers Jump start next generation applications with IBM LinuxONE and Driving Digital Transformation through Infrastructure Built for Open Source: How IBM LinuxONE Addresses Agile Infrastructure Needs of Next Generation Applications introduces how the new IBM is putting next-generation applications in the forefront and is investing heavily to build out the developer ecosystem. Learn about open source development, how to enable more applications in one system and the benefits of switching to virtualization technology by downloading these white papers today.


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