Maximize the performance of your Linux workloads and improve RAS capabilities for less than you think.
Companies choose x86-based systems because they are an industry standard and generally provide availability, scalability and reliability at a low cost. What many don't realize is that SUSE Linux Enterprise Server on IBM Power provides better performance, higher availability and more flexible scale options dollar-for-dollar than with x86 systems, as evidenced in this white paper.
SUSE Linux Enterprise Server and IBM Power give you more tools to maximize your data center consolidation efforts by leveraging virtualization benefits of PowerVM. This solution allows you to run more workloads per system and realize an average savings of 30% over other hardware/virtualization solutions.
SUSE and IBM have more than just a partnership; we work together on technical development, customer support and innovative offerings supporting green computing for the benefit of our mutual customers and business partners. SUSE and IBM have been providing solutions for over 20 years to give customers better value for their IT investment.
- High Availability—SUSE Linux Enterprise Server for IBM Power provides our industry-leading High Availability Extension to create a highly reliable solution based on leading open source technology. If you need to activate your High Availability Extension, go here. More ›
- Integrated systems management—SUSE Linux Enterprise Server comes with a comprehensive set of time-saving installation, configuration, deployment and administration tools, all powered by the market's fastest integrated package management subsystem, Zypper.
- Virtualization—As part of the SUSE and IBM shared commitment to speed up the adoption of Linux across the enterprise, SUSE Linux Enterprise Server for Power provides virtualization technologies at no charge. And with Service Pack 3, customers can allocate twenty virtual machines per processor with PowerVM.
- Strong ISV application support—SUSE Linux Enterprise Server supports more third party applications than any other Linux distribution.