IBM eX5 Enterprise Servers - Architecture and Product OverviewSoftware Administration
DescriptionWhat we offer
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The IBM eX5 product portfolio represents the fifth generation of servers built upon Enterprise X-Architecture which leverages decades of mainframe server design to deliver an open and affordable, industry-standard x86 server platform. And now with eX5, IBM scalable systems technology for Intel processor-based servers has also been delivered to blades and mid-sized x86 server systems. This course details IBM eX5 Enterprise X-Architecture, Intel Nehalem microarchitecture, and server features that are featured in the System x3690 X5, System x3850 X5, and BladeCenter HX5. IBM systems innovations such as MAX5, eXFlash, and FlexNode are also discussed.
ObjectivesWhat you learn
- List the features of IBM X-Architecture
- Recognize the System x and BladeCenter portfolio
- Recognize the IBM eX5 enterprise systems
- Summarize the history of X3 and eX4 technology
- Summarize the highlights of the IBM System x3690 X5
- Detail the features of the IBM BladeCenter HX5
- Detail the features of the IBM BladeCenter HX5 two-node
- Detail the features of the IBM System x3850 X5
- Detail the features of the IBM System x3950 X5
- Detail eX5 systems innovations including MAX5, eXFlash, and FlexNode
TopicsThe best for you
- Unit 1 - IBM eX5 architecture
- Unit 2 - IBM eX5 Enterprise servers product overview
- Day one review
- Unit 2 - IBM eX5 Enterprise servers product overview (cont.)
PrerequisitesWhat should you know
You should complete:
- IBM System x Technical Principles (XTR11).
In addition you should have some experience with Intel-based computer hardware and Windows or Linux operating systems.
AudienceWho should attend
This is an advanced course for individuals who are involved in the planning, installation, configuration and upgrading of System x Enterprise servers.