Smarter Systems With Built-In Expertise, Integration, and Business Intelligence

Smarter Systems With Built-In Expertise, Integration, and Business Intelligence

Information Builders’ WebFOCUS business intelligence (BI) platform and IBM PureSystems work together to reorient and optimize IT practices for cloud computing, resulting in higher return on investment. Information Builders has captured its best practices for BI, data integration, and data quality as patterns of expertise, building application workload optimization into the system. Applications become more cost-effective because system resources are more intelligently managed.

IBM PureSystems combine the flexibility of a general purpose system, elasticity of cloud and the simplicity of an appliance tuned to a workload – fundamentally changing the experience and economics of IT. WebFOCUS is enabled on both IBM PureFlex™ System and IBM PureApplication™ System. The IBM PureFlex™ System combines compute, storage, networking, virtualization, and management into a single infrastructure system that is expert at sensing and anticipating resource needs to optimize your infrastructure. The IBM PureApplication™ System is specifically designed and tuned for transactional web and database applications. Solutions enabled on the PureApplication System are packaged into patterns of expertise built for a cloud environment and easy deployment.

Together, WebFOCUS and IBM PureSystems empower users to effortlessly access, query, analyze, share, and disseminate information where needed – with maximum scalability, flexibility, and speed. It can easily support thousands of users, multiple application types, and a wide variety of information consumers. With Information Builders’ WebFOCUS for IBM PureSystems, you will be able to focus on driving innovation for your business, instead of devising, testing, and tuning custom integration solutions.

Information Builders’ WebFOCUS Application Pattern for IBM PureFlex System will soon be available for download.  

Learn more about the IBM PureSystems today.