The unprecedented disruption we have seen forces organizations to rethink business priority, business continuity, innovation, and accelerate digital transformation and modernization.
The more innovative and modern organizations become, the more critical need for security comes up, and that too without compromising performance. Over the past few years, there have been massive ransomware attacks in the market as well, that have caused reputable companies to face operational shutdowns, data breaches, and even lawsuits – all costing millions of dollars. And the worst part is, rather than taking a few months to recover financially, and these attacks can have a lasting effect on consumer perceptions.
Comprehensive security is an important aspect of IBM as400 iSeries as well as the latest, IBM Virtual Server. This blog series about IBM Virtual Server will look at how new large and small companies can take advantage of this powerful setup.
Have a look at some of the advantages:
Multilevel Security and Uptime
Every business person needs to move towards the security of their organization with an active mindset. For generations, IBM support has provided end-to-end protection for on-premises environments, protecting every layer of IT hardware and software sets from internal and external threats.
S-Class and E-Class enterprise systems support IBM Virtual Server. IBM Power Systems runs server virtualization, which gives users the reliability and flexibility they need. IBM has developed this technology to keep the organizations working even in times of storms and disasters.
By incorporating reliability and flexibility into IBM AS400 iSeries, high availability (HA) and disaster recovery (DR) will be at different levels for these virtual machines. This is evident from the findings of the US National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST). If you search the PowerVM Server Virtualization feature or its database for vulnerabilities, you will not find any results. This is the peace of mind IBM aims to give to all their customers.
Develop Cloud-native Applications with Red Hat OpenShift
Containerized workloads are changing the way you develop, deploy, and manage applications for organizations. When you combine IBM as400 iSeries with the power of open-source technologies like Red Hat OpenShift, ultimate, you will receive game-changing results. IBM offers their customers Red Hat OpenShift clusters on Virtual Server, providing powerful application modernization and cloud-native development capabilities.
With a set of tools and utility scripts, Integrative Systems simplified the user-provided installation process to help you run your Red Hat OpenShift suite on the IBM as400 iSeries virtual server.
Best Choice for SAP Workloads
For organizations with SAP workloads, the clock is ticking. Users should transition to SAP S / 4 HANA system by 2027. When you consider this deadline with the growing need to implement a hybrid strategy, it is imperative to certify IBM as400 iSeries Virtual Server – on-and-off-premises only. Power solutions for premises for SAP HANA and SAP NetWeaver platform workloads provide a truly hybrid cloud experience from start to finish.
Achieve a high level of performance without wasting resources. Organizations can run IBM AIX® and IBMi workloads. For workloads on Linux, customers are free to use both SAP SUSE Linux Enterprise Server (SLES) 12 and OVA 15 capabilities and Red Hat Enterprise Linux (RHEL) 8.1 and 8.2 capabilities. These can run as low as a quarter of the workload core, giving the ability to scale and run workloads on and off-premises – reducing costs while increasing application refresh.
Various Payment Options
IBM as400 iSeries payment and savings plan subscription options enable you to make the best payments to suit your organization’s needs. For the pay-as-you-go option, organizations have the flexibility to use data centre capabilities and resources as needed. Savings plans, meanwhile, offer discounts of up to 30% on 1-year commitments and up to 45% on 3-year commitments
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