[gpfsug-discuss] GPFS for DBs & more

Frank Kraemer kraemerf at de.ibm.com
Thu Sep 3 20:16:31 BST 2015

Have a look here:

> Looking for opinions on running database engines backed by GPFS.
> Has anyone run any backed by GPFS and what did you think about it?

IBM Spectrum Scale 4.1 is certified with Oracle Database 12cR1

IBM Spectrum Scale tuning guidelines for deploying SAS

IBM System Storage Architecture and Configuration Guide for SAP HANA TDI
(tailored datacenter integration) V2.2

Microsoft SharePoint data management solution using IBM Spectrum Scale and
AvePoint DocAve

Consolidated hardware for video solutions

On Premise File Sync and Share Solution Using IBM Spectrum Scale for Object
Storage and ownCloud

For DB2 pureScale GPFS is a *must*


Frank Kraemer
IBM Consulting IT Specialist  / Client Technical Architect
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a new whitepaper was published that describes the configuration of Spectrum
Protect (and Spectrum Archive implicitly) in a Spectrum Scale Active File
Management (AFM) environment. Beside an introduction to AFM three major
user scenarios (disaster recovery, branch office, system migration) are
explained. For each of the scenarios the combination of AFM functions with
Spectrum Protect backup functions and Spectrum Protect and Spectrum Archive
HSM functions are described in detail including challenges and
recommendations for the specified setup.

The paper was written to help technical sales teams and system
architects/administrators to understand the mechanic behind the combination
of these Spectrum Storage products.

Please share this information. Find the paper here:

Greetings, Dominic.


Dominic Mueller-Wicke | IBM Spectrum Protect Development | Technical Lead |
+49 7034 64 32794 | dominic.mueller at de.ibm.com

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