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TCA/TCO Benefits of Consolidating Databases and x86 Servers on IBM Enterprise Linux Servers
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Published on: August 17, 2012
Type of content: WHITE PAPER
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Length: 17 pages
Price: FREE


Helping your business grow begins with minimizing your IT costs and maximizing your system capabilities as much as possible. A way to do the latter is from within the data center by improving your Linux systems. Linux systems consolidations eliminates server sprawl and provides for virtualization of servers.  


This can occur within the line of business (LOB) or as mentioned, inside the IT data center.  This in effect helps to eliminate application and database distributed servers, and decreases or eliminates many software application licenses and database licenses.

The cost reduction implications are significant. As such, you don’t want to miss out on reading the latest strategies to optimize your system capabilities to reduce your costs with tips that include:

  • How best to analyze your organization for potential It cost reductions

  • Best practices for consolidating your databases and x86 servers

  • How total cost of acquisition and total cost of ownership can affect your consolidation

  • And much more.

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