IBM Power Virtual Server - Happy with performance
February 23, 2022

IBM Power Virtual Server - Happy with performance

Manoj Maurya | TrustRadius Reviewer
Score 10 out of 10
Vetted Review
Verified User

Software Version

Power Systems Virtual Server on IBM Cloud for AIX/Linux

Overall Satisfaction with IBM Power System Virtual Server

IBM presents their power systems virtual servers as a scalable, cost-effective way to run IBM AIX, IBM I and Linux, etc. We have addressed all performance-related issues over the SAP and oracle databases during peak hours. Our business productivity really increased since we start using this IBM virtual server for our production application.
  • System Uptime 99.9%
  • cloud base management capability
  • Easy to use the CLI mode and helps to configure the setting quickly
  • resource scalability
  • online virtual server movemnets
  • Window Server connectivity

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  • Overall system performance
  • System uptime 99.9 %
  • Easy to configure and use it.
  • CLI mode are easy
  • Rich data application and workload
IBM Servers are highly secure because of their regular security updates. We are running a highly critical SAP application over AIX severs. we never faced any major security vulnerability issue since we start using it.
IBM Power Virtual Server provide the highly secure connection to connect it. Its also provide the single platform to run and drive the multiple application which helps to reduce user errors and system outage.
IBM Virtual Servers are well suited for SAP and ERP applications and oracle databases to manage their millions of operations smoothly. Easily we can deploy the OS configuration part and start the application. Resource management is very simple and uses it.

IBM Power Virtual Server Feature Ratings

Service-level Agreement (SLA) uptime
Dynamic scaling
Elastic load balancing
Pre-configured templates
Monitoring tools
Pre-defined machine images
Operating system support
Security controls