Linux (also known as GNU/Linux) is a Unix-like computer operating system. It is one of the most prominent examples of open source development and free software; unlike proprietary operating systems such as Microsoft Windows or Mac OS X, its underlying source code is available for anyone to use, modify, and redistribute freely.
The SUSE Enterprise Linux Server, now on the IBM PureFlex System, provides an open, reliable and secure IT environment with faster deployment, better business agility, lower power consumption, better hardware utilization and lower total cost of ownership.
The IBM PureFlex System - a completely integrated hardware and software solution - optimized with Red Hat Enterprise Linux can improve business responsiveness, making it easier to take advantage of the power of open standards while driving efficiency with integrated management.
OpenStack is poised to become a cornerstone of the emerging cloud system software market, but “generic” OpenStack can be challenging. Drawing on its experience with enterprise Linux, Red Hat is delivering a commercially supported and tested version of OpenStack that’s “enterprise-ready.”
Retina CS is a privilege and vulnerability management solution that reports on vulnerabilities and threats, least privilege implementation, Unix/Linux server security, and compliance. It does this by capturing and reporting data from your servers, desktops, cloud, mobile and virtualized environments
PowerBroker Identity Services is a privilege identity tool that integrates virtual and physical deployments of Linux, Mac and UNIX with Active Directory to authenticate users, control access, apply group policies, and provide single sign-on.
Today’s threats to endpoints and data are more complex, more numerous, more varied —and changing every second. McAfee understands next-generation security in the context of your devices, additional protection technologies, and central management.
ITIC asserts that IBM's latest Linux-only Power Systems offer current and prospective Big Blue customers high performance and reliability for physical and virtualized environments at an extremely aggressive price point.
Using data from real customer deployments, Solitaire examines differentiators for network infrastructure deployments on either PowerLinux or Windows. PowerLinux clearly emerges as a preferred platform.
IDC studied a group of enterprises that had deployed SAP applications on IBM Power Systems servers running Linux server operating environments and had been working with those systems for several years.
Learn how your organization can deliver self-service application provisioning, flexible and standardized application deployments, and integrated management, without losing control or radically change existing management and development processes.
The Red Hat Cloud Quickstart consulting engagement leverages Red Hat's Cloud Foundations Reference Architecture Edition One to speed up assessing the viability of a cloud environment for your enterprise, and, if chosen, it can demonstrate a tangible implementation of a private cloud for testing purposes.
Do you have an effective cloud governance plan? This whitepaper guides you through best practices for ensuring your applications and data can safely move between clouds - whether they are private, public or hybrid.
The IBM System x and BladeCenter families offer a broad range of servers tat support Linux, giving you the flexibility to deploy precisely the solution you need to help your business realize innovation.
Unique Express implemented a comprehensive Omnix Transport Solution running on an IBM® System x® server. The end result was a dramatically better management of driver and vehicle resources, saving tens of thousands of dollars per year.
This white paper presents a technical comparison of HP-UX 11i v3, AIX 6.1, and Solaris 10 UNIX operating systems, focusing on their functional capabilities in terms of virtualization, reliability, and security.
This paper identifies critical technical requirements, describes the significance of those requirements in current customer environments, and then shows how well HP-UX 11i v3 meets those requirements compared to the Linux systems.
The Nimsoft for Server Monitoring solution supports iSeries AS400, Netware, Linux, Windows, and UNIX from a single, easy-to-use console. The solution monitors core server resources (CPU, memory, disk, event logs, counters, etc.) and enables centralized management of remote processes and services (automated and manual start/restart/stop).