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How IBM's Massive POWER9 UNIX Servers Benefit from InfluxDB and Grafana Technology


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Thursday, November 19, 2020
11 a.m. ET

IBM has been innovating to create new products for its clients and the world for over a century. Customers look to IBM Power Systems to address their hybrid multicloud infrastructure needs. Larger POWER9 servers can have up to 192 CPU cores, 64 TB of memory, dozens of PB of SAN storage and typically run a mixture of AIX (UNIX) and Enterprise Linux (RHEL or SLES) workloads. As part of its sales process, IBM is always benchmarking its new hardware and software which clients use to monitor their systems.

Discover how IBM and its clients are using InfluxDB and Grafana to collect, store and visualize performance data, which is used to monitor and tune for peak performance in ever-changing workload environments. Join this webinar featuring Nigel Griffiths from IBM to learn how you can use InfluxDB and Grafana to improve large production workloads. 

Nigel Griffiths
Advanced Technology Specialist - IBM
Nigel Griffiths has 40 years experience in the computer industry in many roles. Starting as a program in C, porting the UNIX Kernel to new hardware, UNIX system admin, RDBMS DBA, Admin and performance tuning, Benchmarker, new server testing, product launch, IBM Technical conference speaker and evangelist for Power Systems and AIX. 7000 followers between Twitter and LinkedIn and 200 technical topic YouTube videos. When relaxing Nigel codes and support open source performance monitoring tools for AIX and Linux. Warning: Don't ask him about njmon, unless you have 4 hours to spare!

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