Linked by Adam S on Wed 15th Oct 2008 15:20 UTC
General Unix This article explores the virtualization features available to administrators across several UNIX hardware platforms. Discover what they have to offer and how their features compare to PowerVM.
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Nice IBM sales brochure
by sbergman27 on Wed 15th Oct 2008 15:56 UTC
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While I'm generally neutral on this topic, the summary at the bottom tells me all I need to know about the article. I might have expected better from IBM Developer Works:

Summary

This article discussed the offerings of the top UNIX vendors and compared them to IBM. It showed how most of the features available from HP and SUN are already implemented by IBM on a much grander scale. It also showed how IBM solutions are more scalable and mature. While IBM continues to innovate and improve on their offerings, it seems that the other vendors continue to just play catch up. While HP has more offerings and a more mature set of a virtualization feature sets than Sun, it still lacks the scalability and flexibility of IBM PowerVM. While Sun has a new name and has made some bold changes in the past year, they still have a long way to go.

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