In our final set of videos, WW PureApplication Systems Lead, Jonathan Langley, summarises the thinking behind IBM PureSystems, and the customer problems the range is intended to solve.
In this third video on PureSystems Patterns, IBM Cloud Technical Consultant, Tony Barker, shows how Virtual System Patterns let you take a topology-based approach to creating patterns.
In this second video, IBM Cloud Technical Consultant, Tony Barker, shows how PureSystems Virtual Application Patterns operate through the IBM PureApplication System console.
In this first of three parts, IBM Cloud Technical Consultant, Tony Barker, explains what Application Patterns are and how they sit within IBM's Platform as a Service.
Our third walkthrough with IBM Technical Specialist, Jonathan Tyrell, turns to the SmartCloud Entry interface.
In our second walkthrough of the IBM Flex Systems Manager, IBM Technical Specialist, Jonathan Tyrell, turns to the Hardware Map, which provides a realistic graphical view of the Flex System rack.
In the first of three parts, Jonathan Tyrell, Technical Specialist at IBM, walks us through the setup and main interface of the Flex Systems Manager.
In his second video, Dave Ridley, Technical Product Manager for IBM's PureFlex and Flex Systems, focuses on three areas where the IBM PureSystems hardware has a particularly compelling proposition.
IBM PureSystems provides a fully integrated solution that takes the full benefit of virtualisation and packages it in a form that can be operated by a much wider cross-section of company employees.
IBM's PureSystems are all about flexibility, and this extends to the hardware as well as the software element.
Discover how much can be saved from switching to PureSystems both in terms of price versus performance and ease of management.