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The guides leverage Astadia’s 25+ years of expertise in partnering with organizations to reduce costs, risks and timeframes when migrating their IBM mainframe applications to cloud platforms

BOSTON, August 03, 2022--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Astadia is pleased to announce the release of a new series of Mainframe-to-Cloud reference architecture guides. The documents cover how to refactor IBM mainframes applications to Microsoft Azure, Amazon Web Services (AWS), Google Cloud, and Oracle Cloud Infrastructure (OCI). The documents offer a deep dive into the migration process to all major target cloud platforms using Astadia’s FastTrack software platform and methodology.

As enterprises and government agencies are under pressure to modernize their IT environments and make them more agile, scalable and cost-efficient, refactoring mainframe applications in the cloud is recognized as one of the most efficient and fastest modernization solutions. By making the guides available, Astadia equips business and IT professionals with a step-by-step approach on how to refactor mission-critical business systems and benefit from highly automated code transformation, data conversion and testing to reduce costs, risks and timeframes in mainframe migration projects.

"Understanding all aspects of legacy application modernization and having access to the most performant solutions is crucial to accelerating digital transformation," said Scott G. Silk, Chairman and CEO. "More and more organizations are choosing to refactor mainframe applications to the cloud. These guides are meant to assist their teams in transitioning fast and safely by benefiting from Astadia’s expertise, software tools, partnerships, and technology coverage in mainframe-to-cloud migrations," said Mr. Silk.

The new guides are part of Astadia’s free Mainframe-to-Cloud Modernization series, an ample collection of guides covering various mainframe migration options, technologies, and cloud platforms. The series covers IBM (NYSE:IBM) Mainframes.

In addition to the reference architecture diagrams, these comprehensive guides include various techniques and methodologies that may be used in forming a complete and effective Legacy Modernization plan. The documents analyze the important role of the mainframe platform, and how to preserve previous investments in information systems when transitioning to the cloud.

In each of the IBM Mainframe Reference Architecture white papers, readers will explore:

  • Benefits, approaches, and challenges of mainframe modernization

  • Understanding typical IBM Mainframe Architecture

  • An overview of Azure/AWS/Google Cloud/Oracle Cloud

  • Detailed diagrams of IBM mappings to Azure/AWS/ Google Cloud/Oracle Cloud

  • How to ensure project success in mainframe modernization

The guides are available for download here:

To access more mainframe modernization resources, visit the Astadia learning center on www.astadia.com.

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Astadia is the market-leading software-enabled mainframe migration company, specializing in moving IBM and Unisys mainframe applications and databases to distributed and cloud platforms in unprecedented timeframes. With more than 30 years of experience, and over 300 mainframe migrations completed, enterprises and government organizations choose Astadia for its deep expertise, range of technologies, and the ability to automate complex migrations, as well as testing at scale. Learn more on www.astadia.com.

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Killexams : IBM and Siemens Partner around Enterprise PLM

In yet a further retreat away from long-time design tool partner Dassault Systemes, IBM announced a partnership with Siemens PLM Software for a new set of PLM applications and consulting offerings based on Siemens' Teamcenter PLM platform and IBM's middleware and service-oriented architecture (SOA) framework.

Siemens' forthcoming Teamcenter 8.0 comes ready to use with IBM's Product Development Information Framework (PDIF), a set of extensions built on SOA for integrating multiple applications, and comes preconfigured with the WebSphere middleware software and DB2 database management system. Siemens and IBM officials claim it is the only PLM platform to be so tightly integrated with IBM's SOA and integration architecture and for the first time, doesn't force customers to choose between the two environments.

The pair, which have been actively working together for more than a year, say the relationship is all about strengthening PLM as an enterprise platform. "This is not just a reseller deal," says Mark Hanny, IBM's vice president ISV alliances. "This is about the transformation of PLM beyond the engineering workstation. The central theme is about how companies can connect with other companies and suppliers around the world."

Teamcenter has historically been configured with the Oracle database or with SQL Server. For over 20 years, IBM has partnered with Dassault on PLM and CAD tools, reselling its Enovia PLM platform and CATIA 3-D CAD tool. Despite the new Siemens agreement, IBM will continue to resell Dassault products, officials say.

As companies look to PLM to streamline their business processes around product development and innovation, integration of systems becomes a thornier problem â€“ one this latest alliance can help resolve, according to both IBM and Siemens officials. Specifically, by offering Teamcenter preconfigured with the IBM blue stack of technology, the companies aim to reduce the heavy-lifting typically required to get PLM systems to talk to other key enterprise platforms. Moreover, by creating such a tightly-coupled environment, companies will be able to focus more on business process transformation with PLM as opposed to the nuts and bolts of integration work, officials say. "Traditionally, the client buys the middleware and the application and they figure out how to make it work together with consulting help," says Rob Thomas, IBM's worldwide vice president of business development for information management. "(With this approach) the biggest benefit is to the client. Overnight, it changes the expectations around deployment and ongoing maintenance."

Those savings are indeed important, but only for those customers that buy into the IBM SOA. "If an end user buys into the IBM stack and Siemens software solution at the Teamcenter level, they're ultimately going to save some money that they'd have had to spend to do the integration themselves," says Ken Versprille, PLM research director for CPD Associates, a market research firm focusing on product development.

As part of their relationship, IBM and Siemens will also optimize Siemens PLM Software applications that can run IBM server and storage devices as well as collaborate on joint sales and consulting engagements.

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Killexams : IBM extends Power10 server lineup for enterprise use cases

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IBM is looking to grow its enterprise server business with the expansion of its Power10 portfolio announced today.

IBM Power is a RISC (reduced instruction set computer) based chip architecture that is competitive with other chip architectures including x86 from Intel and AMD. IBM’s Power hardware has been used for decades for running IBM’s AIX Unix operating system, as well as the IBM i operating system that was once known as the AS/400. In more accurate years, Power has increasingly been used for Linux and specifically in support of Red Hat and its OpenShift Kubernetes platform that enables organizations to run containers and microservices.

The IBM Power10 processor was announced in August 2020, with the first server platform, the E1080 server, coming a year later in September 2021. Now IBM is expanding its Power10 lineup with four new systems, including the Power S1014, S1024, S1022 and E1050, which are being positioned by IBM to help solve enterprise use cases, including the growing need for machine learning (ML) and artificial intelligence (AI).

What runs on IBM Power servers?

Usage of IBM’s Power servers could well be shifting into territory that Intel today still dominates.

Steve Sibley, vp, IBM Power product management, told VentureBeat that approximately 60% of Power workloads are currently running AIX Unix. The IBM i operating system is on approximately 20% of workloads. Linux makes up the remaining 20% and is on a growth trajectory.

IBM owns Red Hat, which has its namesake Linux operating system supported on Power, alongside the OpenShift platform. Sibley noted that IBM has optimized its new Power10 system for Red Hat OpenShift.

“We’ve been able to demonstrate that you can deploy OpenShift on Power at less than half the cost of an Intel stack with OpenShift because of IBM’s container density and throughput that we have within the system,” Sibley said.

A look inside IBM’s four new Power servers

Across the new servers, the ability to access more memory at greater speed than previous generations of Power servers is a key feature. The improved memory is enabled by support of the Open Memory Interface (OMI) specification that IBM helped to develop, and is part of the OpenCAPI Consortium.

“We have Open Memory Interface technology that provides increased bandwidth but also reliability for memory,” Sibley said. “Memory is one of the common areas of failure in a system, particularly when you have lots of it.”

The new servers announced by IBM all use technology from the open-source OpenBMC project that IBM helps to lead. OpenBMC provides secure code for managing the baseboard of the server in an optimized approach for scalability and performance.

E1050

Among the new servers announced today by IBM is the E1050, which is a 4RU (4 rack unit) sized server, with 4 CPU sockets, that can scale up to 16TB of memory, helping to serve large data- and memory-intensive workloads.

S1014 and S1024

The S1014 and the S1024 are also both 4RU systems, with the S1014 providing a single CPU socket and the S1024 integrating a dual-socket design. The S1014 can scale up to 2TB of memory, while the S1024 supports up to 8TB.

S1022

Rounding out the new services is the S1022, which is a 1RU server that IBM is positioning as an ideal platform for OpenShift container-based workloads.

Bringing more Power to AI and ML

AI and ML workloads are a particularly good use case for all the Power10 systems, thanks to optimizations that IBM has built into the chip architecture.

Sibley explained that all Power10 chips benefit from IBM’s Matrix Match Acceleration (MMA) capability. The enterprise use cases that Power10-based servers can help to support include organizations that are looking to build out risk analytics, fraud detection and supply chain forecasting AI models, among others. 

IBM’s Power10 systems support and have been optimized for multiple popular open-source machine learning frameworks including PyTorch and TensorFlow.

“The way we see AI emerging is that a vast majority of AI in the future will be done on the CPU from an inference standpoint,” Sibley said.

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Killexams : Mythic: How An Analog Processor Could Revolutionize Edge AI

Several companies, from IBM to RAIN Neuromorphic, see the potential, but Mythic is first to market.

Alberto Romero, Cambrian-AI Analyst, contributed to this article.

Mythic is an analog AI processor company conceived to overcome the growing limitations of digital processors. Founded by Mike Henry and Dave Fick, and based in Texas, Austin, and Redwood City, California, Mythic aims to solve the technical and physical bottlenecks that limit current processors through the use of analog compute in a world dominated by digital technology. Mythic wants to prove that, contrary to common belief, analog isn’t a relic of the past, but a promise for the future.

Two main problems inhibit the pace of development of digital hardware: The end of Moore’s Law and the Von Neumann architecture. For 60 years we’ve enjoyed ever-increasing powerful hardware as predicted by Gordon Moore in 1965, but as we approach the minimum theoretical size of transistors, his well-harnessed law seems to be coming to an end. Another well-known issue is the need in the Von Neumann architecture to move data from memory to the processor and back to make the computations. This approach is increasingly being replaced by compute-in-memory (CIM) or compute-near-memory approaches that significantly reduce memory bandwidth and latency while increasing performance.

The comeback of analog compute?

Mythic claims it has built a unique, paradigm-shifting solution that promises to tackle digital’s limitations while providing improved specifications compared to the best-in-class digital solutions: an analog compute engine (ACE). Historically, analog computers were replaced by digital due to the latter’s reduced cost and size and their general-purpose nature. However, the current landscape of AI is dominated by deep neural networks (DNNs) which don’t require extreme precision and, more importantly, the majority of the computing bulk goes into a single operation: matrix multiplication. The perfect opportunity for analog compute.

On top of it, Mythic is exploiting the advantages of CIM and dataflow architecture to obtain impressive early results. They’ve taken CIM to the extreme by computing directly in the flash memory cells. Their analog matrix processors take the inputs as voltage, the weights are stored as resistance, and the output is the resulting current. In addition, the dataflow design keeps these processes running in parallel, which allows for extremely fast and efficient calculations while maintaining high performance. A clever combination of analog computing, CIM, and dataflow architecture defines the Mythic ACE, the company’s main differentiating technology.

Mythic’s ACE meets the requisites of edge AI inference

Mythic’s tech promises high performance at very low power, ultra-low latency, low cost, and small form factor. The basic element is their Analog Matrix Processor (AMP) which features an array of tiles, each containing the ACE complemented by digital elements: SRAM, a vector SIMD unit, a NoC router, and a 32-bit RISC-V nano processor. The innovative design of the ACE eliminates the need for DDR DRAM, reducing latency, cost, and power consumption. AMP chips can be scaled, providing support for large or multiple models. Their first product, the single-chip M1076 AMP (76 AMP tiles) can handle many endpoint applications and can be scaled up to 4-AMPs or even 16-AMPs on a single PCI express card, adequate for edge server-level high-performance usage.

The hardware is complemented with a software stack that provides a seamless pipeline going from the graph (ONNX and PyTorch) to an AMP-ready package through a process of optimization (including a quantization to analog INT8) and compilation. Mythic’s platform also supports a library of ready-to-go DNNs, including object detection/classification (YOLO, ResNet, etc.) and pose estimation models (OpenPose).

The company’s full-stack solution leverages the potential of analog processors while maintaining relevant features of the digital world. It makes the M1076 AMP a great option to handle AI workloads for inference at the edge faster and more efficiently — the company claims it provides the “best-in-class TOPS/W” — than its fully-digital counterparts. That, and the company’s broad offering of products and AI models, make it well-posited to target fast-growing edge AI-focused markets like video surveillance, smart home devices, AR/VR, drones, and robotics.

So far, it seems Mythic has transformed an innovative idea into promising tech to compete for edge inference AI. Now, let’s see the numbers. The company claims the M1076 AMP performs at up to 25 TOPS running at around 3W. Compared to similar digital hardware, that’s a reduction in power consumption of up to 10x. And it can store up to 80M weights on-chip. The MP10304 Quad-AMP PCIe card can deliver up to 100 TOPS at 25W and store 320M weights. When we compare these claims to those of many others, we can’t help but be impressed.

Conclusions

The success of analog AI will depend on achieving high density, high throughput, low latency, and high energy efficiency, while simultaneously delivering accurate predictions. Compared to pure digital implementations analog circuits are inherently noisy, but despite this challenge, the benefits of analog compute become apparent as processors like the M1076 are able to run larger DNN models that feature higher accuracy, higher resolution or lower latency.

As Mythic continues to refine its hardware and software, we will look forward to seeing benchmarks that can demonstrate the platform’s capabilities and power efficiency. But we have seen enough already to be excited by the potential of this unique approach.

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Killexams : GigaSpaces Partners with IBM and Wix to Create Open Platform for Enterprise Digital Innovation

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GigaSpaces is partnering with IBM and Wix to design a joint Digital Acceleration Hub (DAH), aiming to accelerate the pace at which enterprises and start-ups can build and deploy new digital services.

The joint solution combines GigaSpaces’ high-performance in-memory data platform with the capabilities and cutting-edge technologies of IBM and Wix.         

In addition to accelerating the creation of new business applications, DAH also enables enterprises to incorporate innovative solutions from the start-up ecosystem, using a secure, simple and standardized integration process.

DAH brings a disruptive event-driven approach to enterprise data architecture, by decoupling digital services from the systems of record (SoR) that they currently rely on.

The enterprise offering is based on the following key components:

  • Multi-channel business applications (websites, mobile and social) using coding platforms
  • Microservices management
  • AI infusion that turns data into insights
  • Low-latency, high throughput, scalable Data Store
  • Seamless and open integration with various types of SoRs, both on-premise and on hybrid/multi-cloud environments
  • Smart CDC for real-time data replication into the DAH data store to ensure business continuity even when SoRs are down

“We are honored to be partnering with these two tech giants, IBM and Wix,” said Adi Paz, CEO of GigaSpaces. “As a company that has been partnering with enterprises throughout their digital transformation journey over the last decade, we are highly familiar with the hurdles and impediments of launching new digital services at scale. We are confident that DAH will help shorten development cycles and enable organizations to build digital services at unprecedented speed.”    

For more information about this collaboration, visit www.gigaspaces.com.


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NEW YORK, July 6, 2022 (PR Newswire Europe via COMTEX) -- This joint solution will enable organizations to speed up the building and launching of new digital services by up to 10x.

NEW YORK, July 6, 2022 /PRNewswire/ -- GigaSpaces is joining forces with IBM and Wix to designa joint Digital Acceleration Hub (DAH), that will accelerate the pace at which enterprises and start-ups can build and deploy new digital services.

DAH accelerates digital transformation by helping companies build new data services in just days instead of months, as much as 10x faster than current development cycles, while enabling high speed iterations on existing digital services. The joint solution combines GigaSpaces'high-performance in-memory data platform with the capabilities and cutting-edge technologies of IBM and Wix.

In addition to accelerating the creation of new business applications, DAH also enables enterprises to incorporate innovative solutions from the start-up ecosystem, using a secure, simple and standardized integration process.

DAH brings a disruptive event-driven approach to enterprise data architecture, by decoupling digital services from the systems of record (SoR) that they currently rely on.

The enterprise offering is based on the following key components:

Multi-channel business applications (websites, mobile and social) using coding platforms

Microservices management

AI infusion that turns data into insights

Low-latency, high throughput, scalable Data Store

Seamless and open integration with various types of SoRs, both on-premise and on hybrid/multi-cloud environments

Smart CDC for real-time data replication into the DAH data store to ensure business continuity even when SoRs are down

"Wix has long been the unrivaled leader in website creation for small and mid-sized businesses (SMBs)," says Yoav Abrahami, Head of Wix Code. "By joining forces with IBM and GigaSpaces, we will open up our superb UI/UX experience to enterprises, using the Velo code-first platform to empower casual developers and leverage enterprise development resources."

"We are honored to be partnering with these two tech giants, IBM and Wix," says Adi Paz, CEO of GigaSpaces. "As a company that has been partnering with enterprises throughout their digital transformation journey over the last decade, we are highly familiar with the hurdles and impediments of launching new digital services at scale. We are confident that DAH will help shorten development cycles and enable organizations to build digital services at unprecedented speed."

About Wix.com, Ltd: Wix is a leading platform to create, manage and grow a digital presence. What began as a website builder in 2006 is now a complete platform providing users with enterprise-grade performance, security and a reliable infrastructure. Offering a wide range of commerce and business solutions, advanced SEO and marketing tools, Wix enables users to have full ownership of their brand, their data and their relationships with their customers. With a focus on continuous innovation and delivery of new features and products, anyone can build a powerful digital presence to fulfill their dreams on Wix.https://www.wix.com

About GigaSpaces: GigaSpaces is a global pioneer of in-memory computing, building one of the market's first Digital Integration Hubs - an out-of-the-box solution that simplifies organizations' digital transformation, enabling them to develop and launch digital services at a rapid pace. The GigaSpaces Smart DIH is part of the company's Smart suite of products, alongside the award-winning Smart Cache solution.GigaSpaces offices are located in the US, Europe and Israel with partners such as IBM, Capgemini and Cognizant, and serving customers such as Morgan Stanley, Bank of America, CSX, Goldman Sachs, Societe Generale, Credit Agricole, American Airlines, Avanza Bank, CLSA, Stellantis, and UBS.www.gigaspaces.com.

About IBM:IBM is one of the biggest technology companies in the world, a leading cloud platform and cognitive solutions company. For more than 7 decades, IBM Research has defined the future of information technology, with more than 3,000 researchers in 12 labs located across 6 continents. Every year, IBM invests $6 billion in research. For 27 consecutive years, it has topped the list of new patent registrations.IBM's growth areas include AI, cloud computing, security, blockchain, quantum computing, the Internet of Things (IoT), and more. A significant portion of IBM's revenue is generated by IBM's software and infrastructure products. IBM also provides consulting services in many business and industry domains.https://www.ibm.com/

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