Operating systems

Case Study - The Met Office forecasts a bright outlook for Linux on zEnterprise

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Executive Summary

The Met Office was using Oracle-based systems, mostly running on distributed Linux servers, to handle the post-processing of data from its weather supercomputer. By consolidating all of these distributed database systems to the IBM zEnterprise 196, their Oracle licensing costs have decreased. Read more to learn how to improve operational efficiency by better management of multiple workloads.

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