CloudFirst delivers multi-cloud connectivity allowing enterprises to host traditional IBM I and AIX workloads seamlessly integrated to AWS, Azure, Google, or IBM clouds. Through high bandwidth, low latency direct connections with the major cloud services providers, CloudFirst enables organizations to harness the power of its cloud to deliver local area network (LAN) performance as if
Business owners and IT managers know that a company’s operating system is only as useful as its ability to handle complex business tasks, manage essential resources, and keep mission-critical operations running, while maintaining vital security and protections against costly downtime. When it comes to IBM Power Systems, IBM i has allowed businesses to manage hardware
Businesses make the decision to migrate their systems to the cloud for numerous reasons. Housing data and apps on the cloud allows them to streamline their operations, it enhances efficiencies, and it takes the burden off of IT teams who monitor systems on-site. Transitioning to the cloud also keeps business costs down.
We can all agree that critical business data needs to be protected against disasters and that unplanned downtimes can be extremely costly. Yet many IT managers are not in agreement about the best backup approach for their IBM Power Systems that are running IBM i. Some believe that traditional methods (such as tape) are still