By all accounts, the announcement of IBM PureSystems has been received with widespread enthusiasm. IBM's $2 billion Research and Development investment looks like money well spent. However, announcements and launches don't always translate into widespread acceptance out in the real world. Many a great product sits on the shelf because no one showed the techies how it could be implemented. It's common enough to hear about some new product or software feature which has almost no information on how to set it up . . . until someone gets in touch with one of the developers.
At this early stage, this doesn't look like it will be any issue at all with IBM PureSystems. When it comes to technical guidance on these new PureSystems, IBM has hit the ground running. Here’s a roundup of some of the best online resources available now: