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Operating Systems AIX IBM Virtual Machine OS on intel x86 and x64? IBM AIX OS on IBM Virtual Machine? Post 302932194 by chenyung on Monday 19th of January 2015 11:06:03 PM
Old 01-20-2015
IBM Virtual Machine OS on intel x86 and x64? IBM AIX OS on IBM Virtual Machine?

Hi There,

I have zero information and zero knowledge for IBM virtual machine except Amazon cloud and VMware ESXi (Only Linux OS available).

Anyone could provide me the following answer -
  1. Can IBM VM been deploy on X86 and X64 (Intel Chip)?
  2. If answer is yes any chance to deploy AIX OS on IBM Virtual Machine (running on X86/ X64).

Please advice.

Thank you.


Wang Chen Yung

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