IBM Power Systems Virtual Server Guide for IBM i
Dino Quintero, Jose Martin Abeleira, Adriano Almeida, Marcelos Avalos, Sanjeev Chhabra, Michael Easlon, Luis Ferreira, Ahmad Y Hussein, Diego Kesselman, Sergio Leyva, Gabriel Padilla Jimenez, Bogdan Savu, Deepak C Shetty, Luis Eduardo Silva Viera, Travis Siegfried, IBM Redbooks
IBM Redbooks, Mar 30, 2022 - Computers - 280 pages
This IBM® Redbooks® publication delivers a how-to usage content perspective that describes deployment, networking, and data management tasks on the IBM Power Systems Virtual Server by using sample scenarios.
This book addresses topics for IT architects, IT specialists, developers, sellers, and anyone who wants to implement and manage workloads in the IBM Power Systems Virtual Server. This publication also describes transferring the how-to-skills to the technical teams, and solution guidance to the sales team.
This book compliments the documentation that available at the IBM Documentation web page and aligns with the educational materials that are provided by IBM Garage for Systems Technical Education.
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