Overall Satisfaction with IBM Power
We use IBM Power System S922 as a midrange server and [to] hosts management applications. We do not use IBM Power System S922 for production.
- virtualisation on power
- flexibility with implementation
- uptime and redundant hardware
- bring back the clear writing of ports on the back of the system - really hard to read
- hard to work on rear io ports
We've used IBM Power System E950 for [more] demanding workloads. S922 provides the same reliability but also comes with [the] added power to pull [through the] harder tasks [we operate]. The key to a [well-organized] infrastructure is planning and IBM Power System S922 is perfect for our needs [plus] it's reliable and powerful enough for the tasks [at hand].
Do you think IBM Power servers delivers good value for the price?
Are you happy with IBM Power servers's feature set?
Did IBM Power servers live up to sales and marketing promises?
Did implementation of IBM Power servers go as expected?
Would you buy IBM Power servers again?
IBM Power System S922 is fast and reliable but in terms of implementation, it will not hold multiple databases and demanding applications simultaneously. [The] infrastructure backbone is the perfect server. S922 will process backups [and] has [an] amazing uptime compared to [other] classic servers. You can also add virtual HMC's on it due to uptime.