Kenny Bain

Kenny Bain is a System x server specialist with IBM in EMEA's Advanced Technical Support (ATS) organization and is based in Greenock, Scotland. He holds a degree in Electrical and Electronic Engineering from Strathclyde University. He has worked with IBM for eight years, previously in development testing, but now in pre-sales. He co-wrote the IBM eServer xSeries 445 SAPR Guide and the IBM Redpaper Introducing Microsoft Virtual Server. His area of expertise is xSeries hardware, with particular interest in high-end systems and virtualization software solutions. His responsibilities are EMEA-wide and include product compatibility and acting as a focal point for high-end performance-related issues.

Kenny Bain has authored the following 8 documents. Click one of the links below to show just the documents of that type.

All Documents by Kenny Bain

Reference Architecture for Workloads using Lenovo ThinkAgile HX Series
Reference Architecture, first published 31 Oct 2017, last updated 12 Nov 2019

Reference Architecture: Splunk Enterprise with ThinkSystem Servers
Reference Architecture, first published 30 Jul 2018

60,000 Mailbox Resiliency Solution for Microsoft Exchange 2016 using All Flash Lenovo ThinkAgile HX7520 Appliances and AHV
Planning / Implementation, first published 29 Jan 2018

30,000 Mailbox Resiliency Solution for Microsoft Exchange 2016 using Lenovo ThinkAgile HX7520 Appliances and AHV
Planning / Implementation, first published 17 Jan 2018

30,000 Mailbox Resiliency Solution for Microsoft Exchange 2013 using Lenovo ThinkAgile HX7520 Appliances and AHV
Planning / Implementation, first published 4 Dec 2017

Reference Architecture: Lenovo Client Virtualization with VMware Horizon and System x Servers (withdrawn)
Reference Architecture, first published 30 Jan 2015, last updated 29 Mar 2017

Reference Architecture: Lenovo Client Virtualization with Citrix XenDesktop and System x Servers (withdrawn)
Reference Architecture, first published 25 Jun 2015, last updated 27 Mar 2017

Introducing Microsoft Virtual Server 2005 on IBM eServer xSeries Servers (withdrawn)
Positioning Information, first published 15 Nov 2004

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