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IBM, Shree Cement collaborate

IBM, Shree Cement collaborate
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Bengaluru, Feb 9 (PTI) IBM on Tuesday announced a

collaboration with Shree Cement Limited to run its database

and core business applications using AIX and Red Hat on IBM

POWER9-based IBM Power Systems.

The new solution allowed the cement producer to operate

horizontally across the company to bring in synergy amongst

multiple manufacturing plants to drive business results and

ensure business continuity even during the migrations, Chief

Information Officer, Shree Cement Ltd, Manoranjan Kumar, was

quoted as saying in an IBM statement.

Systems Leader, IBM India/South Asia, Ravi Jainadded:

"We helped Shree Cement develop their private cloud strategy

for the IT infrastructure and seamlessly integrated Red Hat

Enterprise Linux for Power Systems". PTI RS

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Disclaimer :- This story has not been edited by Outlook staff and is auto-generated from news agency feeds. Source: PTI

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