IBM AIX Reviews

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Kenny McGarrity | TrustRadius Reviewer
September 12, 2019

Stable platform but limited new features

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If you need to run legacy software that is specifically written for AIX, then the server is great. The hardware is also solid and a lot of thought has gone into making it a robust and stable system. Otherwise, my default choice would be to just stick with Linux.
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Anonymous | TrustRadius Reviewer
September 24, 2019

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*IX based applications that require excellent uptime. The hardware servers/clusters AIX is typically deployed on are very robust with a lot of redundancy built is and allowing many interventions done concurrently, without downtime.
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Paul Lemmons | TrustRadius Reviewer
July 07, 2019

IBM AIX in a healthcare enterprise

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IBM AIX is a very powerful and extremely stable operating environment. It is well suited for applications that are business critical and cannot tolerate outages. It is best used to address large enterprise level application needs where stability and scalability are of paramount importance. IBM AIX is less useful for small enterprises.
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Gary Jasionowicz | TrustRadius Reviewer
May 02, 2019

AIX Review

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For mission critical apps that need to stay running. Also for apps that require high performance. It would be less appropriate for small apps that don't need high performance or availability.
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Anonymous | TrustRadius Reviewer
May 15, 2019

AIX is a stable platform to build your missing critical applications

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[Well suited for] Any application that can benefit from higher uptimes, online management and a robust platform (Power systems). It is less appropriate for platforms where cost is a key concern and the architects are ok with limited uptime and failures can be routed around.
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Anonymous | TrustRadius Reviewer
January 17, 2019

AIX decline in usage

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IBM is very well suited running DB2 and Websphere, as well as other IBM offered products. The sweet spot is when you get a complete IBM stack.

The counter to that is we have found running Oracle on it to be difficult. It also is limited because of the wide range of Windows-based apps that are not candidates to run on the system. The introduction of open source offerings into our environment makes it a less optimal offering.

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About IBM AIX

IBM AIX (for Advanced Interactive eXecutive) is a Unix operating system, developed, offered and supported by IBM.
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