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Size: 146 KB, Version:1, Publication Date:12/10/2007
What's new in System i? Glenn Robinson gives us a glimpse at some changes such as new user-based licensing for i5/OS with the introduction of models i515 and i525, making this option more affordable than ever. He also highlights other enhancements recently introduced, and gives us a sneak peak at i5/OS V6R1, poised for release in 2008. Plus, Glenn shares how IBM heads toward a "greener" future--and we're not talking about the $$$$. This is a very informative article for anyone currently using, or soon considering, System i.  
Size: 175KB, Version:1.0, Publication Date:3/22/2007
What are the benefits of integrating your Windows Servers with i5/OS? We'll let Glenn Robinson walk you through the many reasons to consider going the System i route. If you're looking to improve availability and utilization, while reducing costs and simplifying your IT infrastructure, then Glenn makes a compelling case for why this may be the solution for your Windows servers!  
Size: 326 KB, Version:1.0, Publication Date:1/1/2004
In the endless quest for performance tuning, there are many twists and turns along the way. Jean Driscoll takes this opportunity to straighten the road a bit by teaching us how to use IBM's DB Monitor to find out where we should build indexes to speed up our data access.  
Size: 550 KB, Version:1.0, Publication Date:9/1/2003
JD Edwards is constantly adding new functions to help with system performance. But somehow the news of the changes and how they are implemented rarely gets to the customer. Here's a tip on how to benefit from one of JD Edward's lost treasures--a relatively new jde.ini setting that can improve performance of batch jobs on the enterprise server.  

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