Delphi and C++Builder on Raspberry Pi & SBC

The Raspberry Pi is an example of a single board computer. These low cost hobby or project computers are a prime staple of the Internet of Things. More powerful than an Arduino, but not a full desktop. They often have limited or specialized hardware, but their small size and low cost make them ideal for embedded application development.

Delphi supports both ARM and Intel processors with a variety of operating systems. This webinar will explore the combinations of hardware and operating system that make good Delphi target platforms. Then we will look at some examples and provide some resources to get you started.

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Integrated Hardware Maintenance for non-IBM products

Storage, server and networking hardware, like people, have life spans. Like human adolescents, they need to be nurtured when they’re younger—with updates and refinements to maintain a healthy, productive life. Once these products reach midlife, their stability increases and the need for updates decreases. As the equipment ages, its performance may not be as optimal as it once was. However, with cost-effective support, it can still perform many useful functions. Tailoring maintenance to a piece of equipment’s lifecycle, in this manner, is a practical way to help extend its life and cut costs.

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Devops Unlimited Migrates its Clients’ into the Cloud

DevOps Unlimited needed to provide application infrastructure for a start-up client which was enjoying rapid growth with its new financial services product. Neither DevOps nor the client wanted to invest in, or manage, its own IT hardware, so a cloud service was the ideal solution. It would give the client the ability to grow rapidly without tying up time, resources and capital expense deploying dedicated IT hardware.

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IBM NeXtScale System

Joe Clabby reviews the functionality and benefits of the new IBM NeXtScale System. The arrival of ultra-dense, hyper-scale designs such as IBM's NeXtScale System (NeXtScale) is changing system design dynamics in the HPC marketplace. NeXtScale is based on standard components (such as standard racks, networking, and memory). These servers can be serviced from the front. They are pretest-ed for reliability and are optimized for performance and efficiency. They are tuned to reduce energy waste. They can be pre-configured and pre-programmed to speed deployment and time to value.
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Lease vs. Purchase: How to Choose

In this white paper we will explore the leasing option for technology asset acquisitions and IBM's particular suitability to this market. We will also use several case studies to provide examples of how this works including the toy company LEGO and the telecommunications services providers, Packet One. By the end of the paper you will be able to see the leasing proposition clearly and understand the advantage of doing business with IBM.
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Strategic Server Refresh with IBM System x

This analyst paper by Edison Group addresses the strategic reasons why organizations need to refresh their servers, and how
a server refresh with IBM System x® servers, powered by the latest Intel® Xeon® processors, delivers and supports
solutions and capabilities needed by SMBs.

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IBM PureFlex System Configurations

IBM PureFlex Systems combine advanced IBM hardware and software with "patterns of expertise" and integrate them into three optimized configurations that are simple to acquire and deploy. Read the data sheet to learn more about configurations optimized for small businesses, application servers, and transactional and database systems.
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A Comparison of IBM’s Flex System Environments to Traditional Blade Architectures

In this Research Report, Clabby Analytics takes a closer look at IBM's Flex System converged architecture. The new Flex System's advanced blade offering shines compared to its closest rival: traditional blade architecture. Flex System offers superior manageability, faster communications, more storage capacity (using up to eight internal solid state drives SSDs per compute node) and better storage management - as well as broader/better physical/virtual system management - than all of today's leading blade competitors.
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Businesses are ready for a new approach to IT

Today's businesses need simpler more efficient and flexible computing models. The IBM PureSystems family is comprised of platform systems and infrastructure systems that include built-in "patterns of expertise" to address complex business and operational tasks for smarter computing.
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