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Can You Run Legacy Power Systems in the IBM Cloud?

Yes you can!

DNA IT are working with the IBM Cloud to enable customers to migrate legacy IBM Power Systems running AIX and OSi5 to the IBM Cloud.

We can provide a full managed service around running Power based workloads in the IBM Cloud.  Our Power systems on IBM Cloud™ is a fully managed service that leverages the enterprise scale and security of IBM Cloud, so you can focus on developing and managing your applications.

With a fully managed Power Cloud service, you can:

  • Deploy production systems in the Cloud – both AIX and IBM OSi5 systems
  • Cloud backup solutions for AIX and OSi5 systems
  • Cloud Disaster Recovery Solutions for AIX and OSi5 systems
  • Test and Development Environments for AIX and OSi5 systems

IBM Cloud gives you the highest performing cloud infrastructure available. One platform that takes data centres around the world that are full of the widest range of cloud computing options, and then integrates and automates everything.

Top Benefits of Power Systems in the IBM Cloud

  • Datacentre consolidation – bring all your requirements to one place
  • Capacity issues – burst outward with flexibility and scalability
  • Disaster recovery options – you pick your location for this
  • Current skills remain valid – we do the transition and your staff can use their existing skills to roll out with our help

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The IBM Cloud – A network of networks

Fast, resilient, and seamless around the world.

IBM Cloud delivers unmatched scalability and control because IBM have built a different kind of network—a network of networks. Public, private, and management traffic travel across separate network interfaces, segregating and securing traffic while streamlining management. IBM’s global network boasts more than 2,000Gbps of connectivity between data centers and network points of presence (PoPs). These locations each have multiple 10Gbps transit connections as well as peering links to additional service providers and access networks.