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From: "Jon Austin" <AUSTINJ@email.chop.edu>
Date: Mon, 25 Jul 2005 09:15:52 -0400
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I'd suggest both. 

Critical functions (NV/TEC, FWK TMR) on AIX, and interface functions
(Gateway, User Interface Servers like TEC Client, WHC, and Desktop) on
Wintel.   Using the Wintel in the mix also give you the ability to
authenticate users with AD or whatever Wintel-based directory you're
If other orgs are supporting password resets and such, you can farm out
a number of the 'user management' functions, and concentrate your
time/efforts on the back-end work.....

Jon Austin
Tivoli/Unix Administrator
Information Systems
Children's Hospital of Philadelphia

>>> lclark@us.ibm.com 7/25/2005 7:23 AM >>>
Netview is better on Unix, either AIX, Solaris, or Linux, where it has

more function. I cannot speak for the rest of the products. 


Leslie A. Clark
IBM Global Services - Systems Mgmt & Networking
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[nv-l] Tivoli Implementation plattform

Hi, We have to choose the paltform Tivoli Products
Implementation,( Netview,TEC, TMF, Monitoring, Mon. DB
- Msg & Coll). We have xseries Intel based server with
Windows 2003 Server and pseries with AIX 5.3. 
   What will be the most secure platform for tivoli i
Think to install all the products in AIX. Its good
that or is better to have all in Windows. 

Fabian Gonzalez 


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