Albert Buendia 29 Marzo 2010
“Time is money”
For the second year in a row, IBM AIX UNIX running on the Power or "P" series servers scored the highest reliability ratings among 15 different server operating system platforms – including Linux, Mac OS X, UNIX and Windows.
Those are the results of the ITIC 2009 Global Server Hardware and Server OS Reliability Survey which polled C-level executives and IT managers at 400 corporations from 20 countries worldwide. The results indicate that the IBM AIX operating system running on Big Blue’s Power servers (System p5s), is the clear winner; it offers rock solid reliability, besting all competing operating systems, including those running on Intel-based x86 machines. The IBM servers running AIX consistently score at least 99.99% or just 15 minutes of unplanned per server, per annum downtime. Overall, the results showed improvements in reliability, patch management procedures and an across-the-board reduction in per server, per annum Tier 1, Tier 2 and the most severe Tier 3 outages.
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Por favor, si Vd. trabaja con sistemas / teconologías de AS/400, no olvide llevarse una copia de este informe. A veces lo barato, acaba saliendo caro. Como titula el informe, time is money.
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