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11853: Fit-for-Purpose Platform Architecture Selection and Design

Monday, August 6, 2012: 11:00 AM-12:00 PM
Platinum Ballroom Salon 8 (Anaheim Marriott Hotel)
Speaker: Joe Temple(IBM Corporation)

Discover why benchmarks don’t work, what workload really is, and how server design affects fitness to perform different types work. This session will show you why “one size does not fit all” and that “local factors” rule the day. This is a high level overview of how “Fit for Purpose” decision processes interact with workload optimization, server design, and IT infrastructure architecture. We will cover trade-offs between operational and server design, and some recent work on relative capacity. The session will bring your thinking up to date about workload optimization and relative capacity, and help you understand why zEnterprise embraces heterogeneous computing.

Tracks: Application Development, Data Center Modernization, Responsibly Architected Application Solutions and Software Architecture
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