On a Smarter Planet, the rise of mobile devices, big data, analytics and social business isn't simply remaking computing, creating explosive growth of compute intensive workloads; it is remaking businesses. To manage these changes, businesses need to reduce costs, drive faster insights and deliver an exceptional client experience with solutions that are efficient, affordable, easy to deploy and manage. For over two decades, businesses have relied on Power Systems™ to deliver industry leading solutions to meet their requirements. New IBM Power Systems and solutions with POWER7+ architecture and processor provide next wave of innovation with efficient and rapid response to workload demands, enabling consistently high service levels across hundreds of virtual workloads on a single system at an affordable price.
Attend this briefing to learn how the new breed of POWER7+ based systems deliver
Reduce cost and improve IT efficiency by using
- New Power servers for virtualized workload consolidation and analytics
- Cost and energy efficient POWER7+ Entry and PowerLinux servers
- PureApplication System with POWER7+
Enable new and growth workloads through
- Capacity growth in real time
- New AIX Solution Editions for analytics with Cognos & SPSS
- Realtime Operational Analytics with PureData for Operational Analytics
- Big Data Analytics on PowerLinux
Deliver exceptional client experience through
- Highest availability and security
- EasyOptimize software for system and workload tuning
- User friendly tools for development and deployment
- Enhanced Technical Support and online resources
Speakers and Biography:
Randy Rose, IBM Competitive Project Office, IBM US
Randy Rose is a Senior Software Engineer in the Software Group Competitive Project Office (CPO) Power Systems research team. Prior to joining to the Power Systems research team he analyzed business integration software from IBM and competitors such as Oracle, Microsoft, and TIBCO. Previous positions within IBM include eleven years in hardware and software technical sales and four years in product manufacturing. Randy has a Bachelor of Science degree in Chemical Engineering. Randy resides in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania.
Aziz Rahman, Senior IT Specialist, SWG Competitive Project Office, IBM US
Aziz Rahman is a Senior IT Specialist in the Software Group Competitive Project Office (CPO) Power Systems research team with 22 years of IT industry experience. Prior to joining the Power Systems research team, he was a Consulting IT Specialist with IBM Global Services where he held key roles as data architect, application architect, infrastructure architect, and application developer on a variety of platforms. He is a recipient of the IBM Outstanding Technical Achievement Award.
Aziz holds a Bachelor’s degree in Chemical Engineering and a Master’s degree in Computer Science. He lives with his family in Lexington, Massachusetts.