Linux on System z offers the flexibility of running Linux with the advantages of mainframe hardware. Using virtualization, several smaller servers can be combined onto one mainframe, gaining the benefits of centralization, while allowing specialized servers from the virtualization support, which can lower operating costs.
“Research shows that the consolidation to z/Linux and be a significant cost reduction even if the customer is not a current System Z users, says Susan Eustis,” President and Senior Analyst,
“Recently, we worked with a client to evaluate 39 Linux workloads as candidates for consolidation based on CPU, RAM, Network, and Disk utilization. We used the ISI’s Server Consolidation feature to model all 39 to a consolidated platform," says
Snapshot has been used to help public and private clients—across a wide range of industries—with IT security and performance optimization. To learn more about ISI’s Snapshot software or to request a demo, visit http://www.isiisi.com.
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