Storwize HyperSwap with IBM i

IBM® Storwize® HyperSwap® is a response to increasing demand for continuous application availability, minimizing downtime in the event of an outage, and non disruptive migrations.

IT centers with IBM i can take full advantage of the HyperSwap solution.

In this IBM RedpaperTM publication, we provide instructions to implement Storwize HyperSwap with IBM i. We also describe some business continuity scenarios in this area, including solutions with HyperSwap and IBM i Live Partition Mobility, and a solution with HyperSwap and IBM PowerHA® for IBM i.

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Publisher
IBM Redbooks
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Published on
May 23, 2018
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Pages
84
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ISBN
9780738456881
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Language
English
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Genres
Computers / System Administration / Storage & Retrieval
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