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Accelerating IBM with IBM Storage Fusion HCI System

A draft IBM Redpaper publication


Last updated on 29 September 2023

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IBM Form #: REDP-5720-00

Authors: Paulina Acevedo, Eduardo Daniel Ibarra Alvarez, Gabriela Valencia Castillo, Kenneth Hartsoe, Mike Kieran, Alberto Larios, Savitha H N, Khanh Ngo, AshaRani G R, Shyamala Rajagopalan, Ben Randall, Hemalatha B T, Todd Tosseth, Jayson Tsingine, Israel Vizcarra, Zhi Yong Xue and Larry Coyne

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    Organizations that are expanding from AI pilot projects to full-scale production systems typically need a set of tools for building and deploying foundation models, a container-based application platform, software-defined storage, and hardware on which to run it all. This IBM Redpaper describes the IBM solution for running IBM on-premise, with IBM Storage Fusion HCI providing an appliance-based hosting platform, and IBM Storage Ceph providing cloud-scale object storage. The main purpose of this Redpaper publication shows how to set up the Storage Acceleration feature (only available on IBM Storage Fusion HCI System) so IBM queries can benefit from a shareable on-premise high-performance cache acceleration.

    This paper is targeted toward technical professionals (consultants, technical support staff, IT Architects, and IT specialists) who are responsible for delivering data lakehouse solutions optimized for data, analytics, and AI workloads.

    Table of Contents

    Chapter 1. Solution overview

    Chapter 2. Sizing and planning

    Chapter 3. Implementation

    Chapter 4. Monitoring

    Chapter 5. Backup and Restore


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