Linux on iSeries
- March 08, 2007
This guide explains what logical partitioning (LPAR) is, how it's used, and where it fits into the iSeries world. You'll find tips, expert advice and more to pump up your LPAR know-how.
- September 06, 2006
IBM runs the USOpen.org Web site with a combination of System p and System i servers.
- June 13, 2006
In the post-9/11 world, security measures have been tightened, especially in the import/export industry. Learn how one firm used Linux and hardware virtualization to keep up with changing rules and add flexibility to client IT environments.
- April 12, 2005
IBM announced Tuesday the latest in a series improvements to its iSeries line, which analysts say is evidence of a trend towards an increased overlap with the pSeries.
- February 15, 2005
With an eye toward the future, the city of Cuyahoga Falls, Ohio, upgraded to the IBM eServer iSeries 550 and began moving many of its public services online.
- June 30, 2004
A pilot program in Mississippi will use iSeries Model 825s to link the databases of three counties making it easier for police, fire and other emergency officials to access information in the event of a terrorist attack and other disasters.
- April 01, 2004
The Power5 processor, which runs on iSeries and pSeries machines, is getting a boost from IBM's decision to open up the Power architecture.
- December 08, 2003
Open source project Eclipse took a blow last week when Sun decided to drop its membership, but experts say progress toward a development standard will continue.
- May 19, 2003
Symantec unveils a firewall for the iSeries 270 running Linux. The appliance runs directly on one of the iSeries logical partitions (LPAR), instead of on a dedicated server.
- January 25, 2002
IBM's new Linux-only iSeries server offering isn't expected to wow users. But Big Blue is hoping the need to consolidate, in addition to an attractive price point, is enough to at least have you sit up and take notice.
- September 26, 2001
400 users love Linux. But, are they fond enough of the open source operating system to commit to long-term, mission critical relationship?
- November 16, 2000
IBM is expected to release this spring a version of Linux for the iSeries 400. Within the 400 community, there's been a bit of a buzz about the open source Unix cousin, but it remains to be seen how effective this operating system will be with the ...
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- January 11, 2000
IBM announced this week that it will centralize all of its Unix and Linux development activities in a single group and broadly expand the company's commitment to Linux. The group will be headed by Irving Wladawsky-Berger, one of IBM's rising stars. ...