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Re: as/400

From: Juan Ramón García Martel <jramonga_delete_it_at_idecnet.com>
Date: 2000/06/26
Message-ID: <8j7j9k$l46$1@diana.bcn.ttd.net>#1/1

Pure 64 bits Power PC Processors from 1 to 24 Cpus Pure 64 bits OS
Pure 64 bits Database: UDB (formerly DB2/400) (Database is integrated in de core of OS and OS uses it's own database) Very very Stable (nearly never crashes with a record of 99'99% available working, 24X7Xweek)
Unnatended, very litle staff needed, (system automatically alocates OS and database resources)
Easines of management compared with the Unix-Oracle need of gurus Probably it has the lowest TCO of the industry (total cost of ownership in a 3 years period)
Very very scalable. (admits clustering). Excelent for web serving, Client-server and Java Best Platform for Lotus Domino-Notes server, (admits 64 GBs per Domino Database) and may run 5 Domino servers per processor. Capable of hosting NT/2000 and Novell Netware as guest OSs, shearing administration of users and backups etc. In the next year will run LINUX nativelly in a logical partition(one host witt 24 processors is capable of running 24 Different OSs or one if you wish).
Today it holds the record running java workbehchs etc etc etc

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