Porto Alegre’s IT agency Procempa implemented an asset management solution based on IBM Maximo software running on the System z platform. The solution accelerates maintenance tasks, reducing road closures, and is projected to achieve a 50 percent reduction in response times.
The Met Office was using Oracle-based systems, mostly running on distributed Linux servers, to handle the post-processing of data from its weather supercomputer. By consolidating all of these distributed database systems to the IBM zEnterprise 196, Oracle licensing costs have been cut by a factor of approximately 12.
Brazilian bank Banrisul migrated business-critical Oracle databases from Intel processor-based servers to Linux virtual servers on IBM zEnterprise 196 servers, using Integrated Facility for Linux (IFL) engines. The migration cut the number of CPUs required, while boosting performance.
Software company GUARDUS Solutions AG overcame inefficient management of its fragmented test system landscape by replacing 20 heterogeneous servers with a cloud environment based on IBM Flex System, accelerating the deployment of production-ready test environments by 96 percent.