Nashed, Daniel: JMP103 Operating System Soup - Which Flavor Tastes Best with IBM Lotus Domino?

In the first part of the session, we'll provide a technology overview of the current supported operating systems for Lotus Domino, their strength and trade-offs. The session will cover Linux/AIX/Solaris as well as Windows, including platform differences for 32/64 bit hardware, +/- points for perfor...

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JMP103 Operating System Soup - Which Flavor Tastes Best with IBM Lotus Domino?
Daniel Nashed / 21.01.2007 16:30:00

In the first part of the session, we'll provide a technology overview of the current supported operating systems for Lotus Domino, their strength and trade-offs. The session will cover Linux/AIX/Solaris as well as Windows, including platform differences for 32/64 bit hardware, +/- points for performance, scalability, security, TCO. The second part of the session outlines what operating system differences mean for Lotus Domino admins and developers, and what the possible workarounds are. The third part will provide customer samples and lessons learned from customers migrating from one flavor to another. This will include W32 to Linux/UNIX and UNIX to Linux cases but also potential gains that can be achieved while upgrading to a newer release of the operating system.

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