Rishi Nirghin, Executive, IBM Systems, IBM Southern Africa.
IBM has announced the launch of the IBM Power E1080, the first in the Power10 family of servers for frictionless hybrid cloud.
The IBM Power E1080 server, the first server based on the IBM Power10 processor, is the most scalable and reliable system with the highest performance per core in the IBM Power10 family of servers.
IBM says the new platform addresses the challenges organizations face in being able to scale with speed, agility and flexibility while increasing security.
In an official virtual launch on September 9, Rishi Nirghin, Executive – IBM Systems at IBM Southern Africa, notes that increasing agility, improving security and resiliency, and leveraging data are today. hui the main priorities of companies. The new E1080 server responds faster to business demands, protects data from core to cloud, streamlines information and automation, and maximizes uptime and reliability.
IBM Power10 offers new enhancements to secure consolidated workloads. IBM Power10-based systems leverage the latest encryption capabilities in hybrid cloud environments. The Power10 processor has the ability to scale with transparent memory encryption, designed to simplify and support end-to-end security without affecting performance.
By leveraging an IBM Power10 server, like the E1080, businesses get the most out of their critical workloads. In addition to major IBM software such as DB2, Enterprise DB, the E1080 also supports EPIC, SAP and SAP HANA, Oracle and other popular enterprise workloads.
IBM hardware co-optimized with Red Hat software (such as Openshift Container Platform) provides a secure, frictionless hybrid cloud platform with the ability to scale on demand across the entire infrastructure, while enabling organizations to deploy containers to modernize applications.
The IBM Power E1080 server was designed to be the backbone of a hybrid cloud platform. With the ability of the Power10 processor to support three times as many containers, the E1080 server also delivers 50% better performance for containerized workloads compared to the IBM Power E980 server, allowing seamless deployment of workloads across the network. hybrid platform as well as faster development of new cloud native applications.
“This means that cloud native and containerized applications can be deployed faster in production while operating at a higher level. Additionally, on-premises E1080 servers can be connected to IBM Power virtual servers collocated with IBM Cloud for seamless workflow integration that can be managed from a single management console. In the fourth quarter, we will unveil additional details on how IBM Power Virtual Server and on-premises IBM Power Systems users can continue to build a frictionless hybrid cloud, ”said Nirghin.
IBM intends to integrate IBM Power10-based servers into the IBM Power Virtual Server environment integrated with IBM Cloud in 2022.
See the replay of the P10 launch here: https://events.bizzabo.com/350903