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IBM is investing heavily in three major areas that are POWER-related. Of these three, which interests you the most?

Cloud, Big Data, or Linux, oh my! IBM is investing heavily in three major POWER-related areas. The question is, of these three, which interests you the most?


AIX User-Related Commands

Download AIX User-Related Commands (Infographic) today! This quick guide highlights differences between user administration commands on AIX and other UNIX-derived operating systems.


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Dec 3, 2012
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AIX Security

IBM i has extremely robust intrinsic security, and Linux, although much less secure than either AIX or IBM i, has many more eyes watching for problems. But AIX has some significant corner cases where security can be breached if you're not careful....More
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LPI 104: Devices, Filesystems, and the Filesystem Hierarchy Standard
Feb 13, 2014
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LPI Exam 104: Devices, Filesystems, and the Filesystem Hierarchy Standard  

In this blog entry, Erwin Earley starts his exploration of topic 104 of the Linux Professional Institute certification exam, which takes a look at devices, filesystems, and the filesystem hierarchy standard....More
Feb 12, 2014
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IBM Brings Power Systems Servers to the Cloud for No-Charge App Dev Access  

Software developers can tap into IBM's new cloud-based Power Development Platform to build, port, and test apps running on AIX, IBM i, and Linux....More
Feb 10, 2014
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PowerLinux is red hot for high-frequency trading, says specialist  

An IBM i specialist is making waves in the City of London with PowerLinux. iSys specialises in infrastructure optimisation, mainly with Power technology, and the financial and capital markets where it counts the London Stock Exchange among its customers....More
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