Recording and slide deck of SAP on IBM i November webcast (“Power10 Performance, Compression and IBM i Security”) available for download
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In our SAP on IBM i Webcast “Power10 Performance, Compression and IBM i Security” on November 16th, 2023, Ron Schmerbauch took a deep dive into capabilities and features that came new with Power10 hardware, IBM i 7.5 and the most current technology refreshes for IBM i 7.4 and 7.5. He explained the general performance gains of Power10 in comparison to earlier processors as well as the performance improvements for data compression during backups with the Power10 Nest Accelerator (NX) and ZLIB. He also gave a comprehensive overview of important security settings in IBM i and recent enhancements in that area.

As usual, the recording and slide deck of the webcast have been made available for download at the link You can find it there in the folder 2023, subfolder November 2023. If you missed the webcast or want to look at some aspects in more detail, you can look at the provided material and watch the recording at your own speed.

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