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IBM has announced the removal of hardware support for IBM POWER 7+ systems at the end of 2020. These are the ‘D’ model systems – those systems with a model number ending ‘D’, for example E4D, E6D, MMD.
The lower cost entry point (potentially around £600 per TB for an all flash array, albeit based on specific configurations), has resulted in a price point that is comparable to similar storage options from Equalogic, HPE and Fujitsu.
In this article, we will answer the most common questions people have when it comes to hardware and software replication and detail the benefits and limitations of each approach.
Watch the video and see IBM POWER CTO David Spurway talk about the latest version of IBM i and the new roadmap that now extends out to at least 2031.
Are you providing the right level of availability to your business? In the article below we will help you assess whether a disaster recovery solution provides the right level of protection for your organization.
In this article, our technical consultant, Ed Yeates provides you with an overview of what IBM Flashcopy is, how it works and the practical use cases of IBM Flashcopy.
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