We are currently in the midst of a technological revolution that is propelling growth and innovation. Businesses are being remade and transformed by cloud, analytics, mobile, and social business. These changes are resulting in an exponential increase in unstructured and structured data, as well as the requirement to store and manage it.
Meanwhile, the proliferation of smartphones and other mobile devices is redefining how corporations and businesses interact with their customers, partners, and employees, resulting in a demand for a new class of applications tailored to these new consumption models.
The IBM iSeries cloud is utilized as the core for business-critical applications in numerous enterprises and industries. It makes no difference whether it’s traditional ERP programs, accounting, controlling, business intelligence, or accounting systems, or web hosting apps. All applications benefit from one fact: the IBM iSeries cloud-System is extremely dependable and precise, with one of the lowest downtimes in the industry. The system performs admirably in terms of server quality, dependability, availability, and maintainability.
Security that is industry-leading
The IBM iSeries cloud-object-oriented System’s architecture assures that each object can only function in the way that it was designed to. It’s difficult, for example, to convert a file type object (*FILE) into a program type object (*PGM). As a result, the operating system is almost virus-free.
The system is regarded as one of the most secure in the IT industry, as security has been built into the system from the start. To manage authentication, authorization, integrity, confidentiality, and compliance checks, the System I platform offers a comprehensive range of security capabilities and services.
Flexibility and scalability
The smallest IBM iSeries cloud system and the greatest multi-core IBM iSeries cloud system are binary compatible. The system’s huge performance and scalability prohibit you from ever outgrowing it.
The system is well-suited to the demands of small to medium-sized organizations, as well as major corporations and groups (with several thousands of users). The system easily expands with your company and, better yet, has reserves available when you need them.
All of this is putting even greater strain on most IT businesses’ already tight resources. It’s resulting in a demand for significantly better IT efficiencies in order for businesses to maintain existing legacy systems while simultaneously freeing up physical and human resources to focus on new analytics, social, and mobile apps. The cloud delivery paradigm, like virtualization in general, is all about efficiency, cost containment, and freeing up valuable resources so that new ideas can be invested in.