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  • Endpoint Security Solution – Trend Vision One™
    by Executive Director of Technology on 2024-07-17 at 20:06

    Multiple layers of security provide you with prevention and protection capabilities across every stage of the attack chain. Industry-leading intrusion prevention empowers you to mitigate known but unpatched threats. Predict if files are malicious and detect indicators of attack before they get a chance to execute.

  • Windows NT on a whole new platform: PowerMac
    by Liam Proven on 2024-07-17 at 08:45

    Got a G3 iMac? Want to run NT? Now you can! Ever wanted to run Windows NT on your vintage PowerPC Macintosh? No, me neither, but now it’s possible thanks to some amazing FOSS work.

  • OpenShift Multi-Arch Compute
    by Paul Chapman on 2024-07-16 at 17:24

    30-minute Brunch & Learn session discussing OpenShift Multi-Arch Compute with Power Systems, including demonstration of installing the multi-arch e-commerce solution, then migrating workloads from x86 to IBM Power. Scroll down below to download the presentation. 00:00 Intro 01:14 Agenda 02:25 Demo – Install sock-shop 06:56 Multi-Arch Compute History 09:50 IBM Power Strategy 13:13 Prepare for

  • Question about MMA, GPU, CPU and types of LLMs
    on 2024-07-15 at 05:13

    2) In terms of performance, you need to configure your Power10 server appropriately; then you can easily handle LLMs with billions of parameters; the 8B models you are referencing shouldn’t be a problem then: https://community.ibm.com/community/user/powerdeveloper/blogs/sebastian-lehrig/2024/03/26/sizing-for-ai All of that, not only MMA, improves performance of AI workloads such as inferencing of LLMs. Given that this directly works with the CPU, you can leverage system memory (so you’re not restricted to GPU memory) and you don’t need to mess around with CUDA.

  • Fans Revving Like Crazy On Your Power10? Check The Firmware
    by Timothy Prickett Morgan on 2024-07-15 at 04:08

    It doesn’t happen very often, but sometimes a patch to firmware for Power Systems is defective, and when it does happen, we like to point it out. Defective PTFs happen fairly regularly with IBM i, as defective patches happen for other operating systems. Sometimes the effects of defective PTF patches are dramatic, sometimes they are just weird. Sometimes they are in between. Both IBM i 7.4 and IBM i 7.5 have a defective patch in the firmware for Power10 systems, and to be super precise it affects machine types 9105-22A (Power S1022), 9105-22B (Power S1022s), 9105-41B (Power S1014), 9105-42A (Power … The post Fans Revving Like Crazy On Your Power10? Check The Firmware appeared first on IT Jungle.

  • ansible-navigator on IBM Power
    by Andrey Klyachkin on 2024-07-12 at 11:47

    Let’s run it!

  • New functionality added to RPG’s SND-MSG op code
    by [email protected] (Simon Hutchinson) on 2024-07-11 at 10:03

    Two years ago the Send Message, SND-MSG, operation code was added to RPG. In the latest round of Technology Refreshes a number of new options have been added to SND-MSG and the Target, %TARGET, built in function. To oversimplify it SND_MSG consists to three parts: Type of message to send Message text or variable The target for the message, which is the %TARGET built in function, BiF. This is optional For example: SND-MSG *INFO ‘Message text goes here’ %TARGET(*SELF) Read more »

  • Connectria Begins Accepting Clients at Singapore Data Centers | Taiwan News | Jul. 11, 2024 08:00
    on 2024-07-11 at 02:17

    “AWS and Connectria are enabling the seamless integration of AWS cloud native services with their business-critical applications running on IBM Power to improve availability and resilience while accelerating innovation for our customers.” SINGAPORE, July 11, 2024 /PRNewswire/ — Connectria, a global leader in IBM Power Systems cloud services, an AWS Premier Tier Services Partner, and now a LightEdge company, announced today that it is now accepting clients at its two new data centers in Singapore .

  • IBM extends hardware capabilities with DDR5 memory and other enhancements for selected IBM Power10 technology-based servers
    on 2024-07-09 at 18:36

    Multiple hardware enhancements are announced for Power10 scale-up and Power10 scale-out family of servers, including DDR5 memory DDIMM features, NVMe SSD PCIe4 U.2 modules, PCIe5, PCIe4, and PCIe3 I/O adapters, and more. The SAP memory bundles with DDR5 DDIMM memory features for the Power L1022 and L1024 servers, which include PowerVM, offer clients running SAP solutions with Red Hat Enterprise Linux for SAP Solutions for Power LE or SUSE Linux Enterprise Server for SAP Applications for Power operating system subscriptions that include an optional amount of memory, 75% of the system cores, and three years of IBM Power Expert Care Advanced support.

  • Kvm nested vms ibm power linux lpar
    on 2024-07-09 at 15:45

    We couldn’t extract the content of this article. Here is the URL so you can access it:https://sixe.eu/news/kvm-nested-vms-ibm-power-linux-lpar?amp

  • Power10 News ! New DDR5 Memory and other enhancements
    by Jochen Ziegler on 2024-07-09 at 13:31

    Power10 News ! New DDR5 Memory and other enhancements https://www.ibm.com/docs/en/announcements/extends-hardware-capabilities-ddr5-memornhancements-selected-power10-technology-based-servers?region=US

  • Xorux Is Gaining Traction With LPAR2RRD System Monitoring
    by Timothy Prickett Morgan on 2024-07-08 at 04:08

    System monitoring and management is a lot more complicated these days than it was back in the early days of the AS/400 or even the middle years of the iSeries. To start, there are physical and virtual servers, physical and virtual storage, and physical and virtual networking to deal with, and finding a tool – or a set of integrated tools – that can do that, and do it across disparate and incompatible platforms, is a big ask. But a little known software company called Xorux, which is based in Prague in the Czech Republic, also known as Czechia, actually … The post Xorux Is Gaining Traction With LPAR2RRD System Monitoring appeared first on IT Jungle.

  • [HELP] NFS permission issue
    by daygamer77 on 2024-07-05 at 18:50

    But inside /scripts there is a mksysb folder and 2 out of the 10 VIOS is getting permission denied when im trying to access the folder. My problem is some of the server is getting permission denied accessing a specific folder.

  • Meeting DORA Compliane with IBM Power Systems
    on 2024-07-05 at 04:34

    The Digital Operational Resilience Act (DORA) came into force in January 2023 and will apply as of January 2025. David Spurway, IBM Power AI and Sustainability Principal and Gerd Franke, Senior IT Architect, Client Engineering Storage EMEA, will explain how IBM Power Systems and IBM Storage help you help your auditors see how the key tenets of DORA are addressed: identification, protection & prevention, detection, response & recovery, backup & restore and learning & evolving.

  • IBM Power, your alternative to x86/VMWare
    on 2024-07-04 at 11:32

    IBM Power, your alternative to x86/VMWare Tue, Jul 23, 2024 9:00 AM EDT{LOCAL_TZ}

  • Bill Starke on LinkedIn: During the last few weeks I've attended 4 major IBM Power client events:…
    by View Profile on 2024-07-04 at 03:02

    During the last few weeks I've attended 4 major IBM Power client events: POWERUp in Ft Worth; Common Europe Congress in Milan, Italy; the Large User Group… | 17 comments on LinkedIn

  • Which VIO Servers Are You Using?
    by Anthony English on 2024-07-03 at 16:27

    How do you know which VIO servers your AIX LPARs are using for storage? There are different options for presenting storage for your AIX VIO clients (the LPARs). This article focuses on vSCSI storage. For most environments, the creation of virtual SCSI disks is a set-and-forget kind of activity. This makes it low maintenance, but The post Which VIO Servers Are You Using? first appeared on PowerWire.

  • Adding a LUN to a VIO Server That Uses an SSD Drive
    by Emma Pitzl on 2024-07-02 at 09:12

    In the process, Rob McNelly revisits his impressions of the HMC GUI The post Adding a LUN to a VIO Server That Uses an SSD Drive appeared first on TechChannel.

  • Below MI – IBM i for hackers
    on 2024-06-30 at 16:55

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  • UKI B&L Single Node OpenShift
    by Paul Chapman on 2024-06-28 at 17:24

    Thanks to the UKI Brunch & Learn Community for inviting me to discuss Single Node Openshift with Power Systems.00:00 Intro00:47 Agenda02:06 About Single Node OpenShift11:52 Installation with scripts22:16 Installation with Ansible27:35 Installation with Red Hat Assisted InstallerLet me know if I can be of any help you.

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