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Lower costs and improve performance migrating SAP to Red Hat Enterprise Linux. This guide shows how to migrate the central instance of an SAP system from the Solaris OS for SPARC-based systems (64-bit) (Solaris 10) to Red Hat Enterprise Linux.
Learn how Dell helped a leading business services firm complete an enterprise-wide Windows 7 migration.
Because PC acquisition costs typically account for only 20 to 30 percent of TCO, Intel does not fixate on these costs alone. Instead, Intel aligns their PC fleet investments and management practices with their strategic goals
Many organizations are skipping Vista and looking forward to Windows 7. This research provides necessary steps to prepare for Windows 7 and ensure a successful migration with adequate operating system (OS) support.
This migration guide reviews the approach that Principled Technologies recommends for migrating the central instance of an SAP system from the Solaris operating system for SPARC-based systems (64-bit) (Solaris 10) to Red Hat Enterprise Linux Advanced Platform for SAP applications for x86-64 based systems. We cover installing Red Hat Enterprise Linux Advanced Platform for SAP applications on the IBM System x3650 M2 and migrating a SAP applications system from the Sun Fire to the IBM System x3650 M2.
This paper by the Robert Frances Group outlines the important differences between a Solaris and Linux operating system. It covers the differences in vendor community strategies, market position and direction, and technical features that IT executives should consider when comparing a Linux and Unix Enterprise operating system.
IDC estimates that the average cost of deployment activities is $527 per PC, but can go as high as $700 or more depending on the time spent by IT staff and users. That is roughly 20 to 40 percent of the cost of the PC. Reducing the cost of deployment will significantly reduce the total cost of ownership-especially in combination with cost-saving features in Microsoft Windows 7.
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Learn the differences between Solaris and Red Hat Enterprise Linux to help application developers port code. This paper will cover differences in the shell environment, using the RPM package manager, and using the GNU development tools. It’s meant to get Solaris developers working on Red Hat Enterprise Linux quickly.
Review key features and benefits of Solaris and Red Hat Enterprise Linux. Learn why Red Hat Enterprise Linux is an ideal solution for enterprises facing Sun and SPARC's uncertain future. Whether you are considering launching a new IT production environment or migrating legacy environments to next-generation platform.