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Modernizing IBM i Applications from the Database up to the User Interface and Everything in Between by Carol Woodbury, Jeroen Van Lommel, Paul Tuohy, Jon Rush, Tim Rowe, Jim Ritchhart, Pascal Polverini, Trevor Perry, Mike Pavlak, Jon Paris, Michel Mouchon, Brian May, Isaac Ramírez Herrera, Jesse Gorzinski, Susan Gantner, Antonio Florez, Mark Evans, John Eberhard, Rich Diedrich, Dan Cruikshank, Tony Cairns, Hernando Bedoya, Nadir K. Amra

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Cloud
Now that you have a modern application, or at least are considering the process, what happens when you want to run your application in the cloud? This chapter reviews some of the principles of what cloud is all about and some things that you must consider.
18.1 Overview: IBM i and cloud
The fact that the IBM i operating system (OS) is one of the best multi-workload, multiuser business platforms is undeniable. The value of IBM i and its architecture, which is based on object security, job descriptions, robust job scheduling, and work management, ...

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