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Migration from UNIX/RISC* and Mainframe to Intel®-based Linux*IntroductionMany Fortune 500 corporations have successfully migrated legacy SPARC*/Solaris* and Power/AIX* infrastructure to Intel® Xeon® processor-based servers running Linux*. Most have achieved significant business and IT benefits, including better performance and reliability, lower capital and operating costs, and better flexibility and agility for future growth. They have also reduced the load on their data center infrastructure. As you’ll see in the case studies referred to in this paper, the benefits can be substantial, even transformative.This white paper is designed to help technical decision makers understand the requirements of a successful migration. It provides high-level, step-by-step guidelines based on a methodology that has been used successfully for many years and across many different migration scenarios.Reading this guide from beginning to end will provide you with an overview of migration requirements for various types of applications and workloads. Read the full Migration from UNIX/RISC* and Mainframe to Intel®-based Linux*.
Covers data center demands and why migrating to open standards delivers scalability, innovations.
Explains the step-by-step process for making the decision and how to gradually migrate over time.
IT leaders discuss why they chose Intel® Xeon® processor-based servers for its ever growing data.
Pauline Nist (Intel) and Jim Totton (Red Hat) discuss their collaborative value to enterprise computing.
Take a tour of an Intel Greenfield data center with a unique 2-story construction design.
Sales team gets access to information and orders on the go with Intel® processor-based devices.