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The Hybrid Computing Proposition: Challenging and Overcoming Past Bias is Key to Achieving Gains

White Paper Published By: IBM
IBM
Published:  Nov 09, 2012
Type:  White Paper
Length:  15 pages

Scaled-out distributed application servers have achieved exponential growth largely driven by innovative new web - based applications. As those applications have evolved into an ecosystem of composite applications running across networks of heterogeneous servers, it has become evident that the complexity of the architecture makes for an environment that is difficult to manage, maintain, change, and tune for high performance.

Graphical user-oriented browser - based smart devices are now in use at every level of the business. Companies cannot remain competitive unless they find ways to harness, scale out, scale up and implement web services more economically while continuing to deliver agility within line of business applications.



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ibm, system z, hybrid computing, computing capability, it management, data center