Chattanooga, Enterprise Technology, IBM, IBM Power, InfoSystems, Podcast, Tennessee,
Keith Hales - COO, InfoSystems
Robert Goodwin - Sr. Director of Engineering Services, InfoSystems
IBM Power servers have the reputation of being rock solid when it comes to security. In fact, to our knowledge there has never been a documented instance of an IBM Power server having been compromised when properly configured.
In this episode, Keith and Robert discuss how IBM Power servers are different from other types of servers and how their architecture makes them extremely secure. While IBM Power servers are often used to run IBM's own I and AIX operating systems, they also run Linux, one of the most popular open-source operating systems in use today. In fact, there is evidence that Linux runs even faster and more efficiently on IBM Power servers with IBM Power9 chips than on the more popular server platforms that use Intel chips.
Listen to the full episode to learn about the many ways in which IBM Power servers can help secure your enterprise IT environment.