Appliance Pavilion: IBM
SUSE and IBM are bringing you the fastest and easiest way to build, test, manage and get to market with software and virtual appliances.
IBM is delivering a portfolio of software appliances across IBM brands, all powered by SUSE Linux Enterprise Server. Leveraging SUSE, this broad-based initiative enables IBM to deliver "plug and play" appliances that substantially lower the cost and complexity of deploying applications for small and medium businesses (SMBs) and help independent software vendors (ISVs) significantly expand their routes to market.
IBM delivers Linux-Based software appliances
The combination of SUSE Linux Enterprise Server and IBM software represents a significant step forward in providing affordable, reliable, easy-to-use software appliances. IBM has created appliances based on SUSE Linux Enterprise Server in the following areas:
Based on SUSE Linux Enterprise Server 10, Lotus Foundations Start includes e-mail, security, backup and recovery features, and is an ideal solution for small businesses with little or no IT support. It can be deployed in under 30 minutes and provides the essential collaboration software required to power a small business.
Designed to provide protection for organizations of all sizes, the IBM Lotus Protector for Mail Security 2.5 solution is available in two deployment options:
- Software appliance: Install Lotus Protector for Mail Security software on off-the-shelf IBM System x hardware and deploy as a physical appliance
- Virtual Appliance: Install Lotus Protector for Mail Security on supported VMware software and deploy as a virtualized appliance
WebSphere Application Server Hypervisor Edition
WebSphere Application Server Hypervisor Edition drives business agility by providing developers and IT Architects with an innovative, performance based foundation to build, reuse, run, integrate and manage SOA applications and services within virtualized environments.
Cognos Now! delivers operational dashboard for real-time monitoring of key performance indicators and operational metrics from disparate data courses. It allows decision-makers to proactively track and respond to dynamically changing operational metrics and drive process efficiencies, with rapid time to market and low total cost of ownership.
IBM Smart Analytics Optimizer
IBM is previewing a new technology, Smart Analytics Optimizer (ISAO), that will enable a new class of high speed business intelligence and analytic queries on System z complimenting current OLTP workloads already on the platform. For organizations with the majority of their data on System z this combination offers significant value to both IT and the business.
IBM Smart Business Development and Test on the IBM Cloud
SUSE is excited to broaden our partnership with IBM to offer SUSE Linux Enterprise Server to customers of the Smart Business Development and Test on the IBM Cloud.
IBM stacks on EC2
The Amazon EC2 running IBM AMIs are ready to run in Amazon EC2 with SUSE Linux Enterprise.
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Software vs. Hardware Appliances
Software appliances are pre-configured disk images containing an application, middleware, database, and minimal operating system. Software appliances formatted to run in a virtual machine to be loaded on a hypervisor are called virtual appliances. Software appliances shipped pre-installed with a server are called hardware appliances.