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|AS400 Disk Drives||IBM POWER9 Benchmarks|
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Throughout the 1990s the AS/400 was the pre-eminent workhorse of America's IT infrastructure. The line was refreshed in 2000 and renamed the eServer iSeries and was again renamed the System i in 2008. This generation of midrange servers was phased out in 2008, to be replaced by the IBM Power Systems range in 2008.
The AS/400 and its immediate descendants were designed to last and built solidly, so a good number of them are still in excellent working order and playing their part in fulfilling the needs of America's small- and medium-sized businesses. However, times change, and an AS/400 from the early 90s or a iSeries from the mid-2000's, may no longer be up to the challenge of coping with the sheer quantity of information storage and processing required for 2018 and beyond. For businesses interested in upgrading their information processing capabilities there are many options available.
QRadar pricing includes volume based discounts and determined by the event logs per second and network flow logs per minute that will be sent QRadar. QRadar pricing volume discounts apply to both on premise products such as appliances, software, VMware, as well as QRadar in the Cloud, Security as a Service and hosted managed SIEM service offerings. IBM QRadar pricing is very competitive to other SIEM tools, especially after factoring in the ROI and TCO benefits. QRadar SIEM Security Intelligence platform Security Intelligence platform enables companies of any size to implement a SOC right out of the box, without having to purchase additional features and services to utilize cybersecurity, internal threats and vulnerability discovery features. It is very common for QRadar customers to replace 6 or more security products, given all the additional advanced capabilities they get from a single product.
When comparing QRadar pricing to other SIEM tools, take into consideration both the TCO and ROI factors. Forrester Research estimates the cost of QRadar for initial licenses, on-going maintenance and support for a small company over three years is about $155,000, and ...
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Since its release in June of 2014 IBM has continued to expand the POWER8 line. With 4-core models and higher end enterprise versions out for a while now it is a good time to update our original article on POWER7 vs POWER8, the differences between them and what it means to for businesses and end-users.