Blog Page

Bringing legacy applications into your cloud and digital strategy

by in AIX, HPUX, Linux, Solaris, Unix

Legacy, “something that remains from an earlier time.” This can be a good thing but often when attributed to applications can be deemed problematic, costly and a constraint on progress.  As organisations continue to evolve their digital and cloud strategies so called legacy applications and infrastructures are often ignored or filed in the ‘too hard’ […]

Digital Transformation or just keep going? Bringing AIX / Unix environments into your Cloud & Digital Strategy.

by in AIX, Backup, Disaster Recovery, High Availability, HPUX, Unix

■ Introduction Digitisation, cloud, multi-cloud, being more flexible and agile are all popular agenda items, however for many, probably the most basic concern at the moment is how to keep services running cost effectively in the current climate.  Those with key AIX, Solaris and HPUX workloads have long been concerned with declining skills, out of […]

High Availability and/or DR? What do you really need for your AIX and Unix environments?

by in AIX, Backup, Disaster Recovery, High Availability, Unix

Of course, it really depends on the criticality of your applications running on these environments but as Unix experts we have come across various misunderstandings over the years. The events over the past few months have brought the discussion to the fore again as companies evaluate their critical infrastructures and applications in light of inevitable […]

Critical Skills for Business Critical Systems

by in AIX

■ Introduction Since it’s first release in 1986, AIX (IBM’s Unix operating system) has flourished and continues to support many critical applications across industries. It also has a committed future with IBM publishing a roadmap until at least 2030 [1] giving future clarity compared to other Unix environments. If you are still running AIX today […]

Switch The Language

    AIX / Solaris / HPUX Cloud At Your Reach

    ADDRESS

    55 Baker Street, London W1U 7EU

    PHONE

    +44 2035 987 407

    EMAIL

    office@l3c.cloud