See this for additional System i and i5/OS information.
Experience reports are written by IBM developers, who document their hands-on experiences while implementing realistic scenarios and solutions. Use these scenarios to follow the experiences of IBM developers with a specific implementation of a System i solution, complete with step-by-step instructions and tips.
- The Campus: IBM Servers, System Storage and Retail Store Solutions education
The IBM servers Campus Web site is your point-of-entry for educational offerings and valuable product information for all of IBM Systems and IBM System Storage.
- developerWorks IBM Systems
This developerWorks® site provides the most complete server resource and centralized community for developers. Visit this site for technical information about servers, their operating systems and applications, online tutorials, technical articles, white papers, "how-to" information, and more.
- Support for IBM Systems
IBM provides a range of world-class server support, technical information, and tools to help you maintain your current servers or to support a buying decision.
- IBM System i Support Services
Find information about System i services and service providers.
- IBM System i Support: Planning
This Web page helps you plan for an System i™ product. It helps you with planning for systems management, performance and capacity, installation and setup, maintenance, migration, and upgrades.
- IBM systems: System i
This is the main IBM Systems Web page.
- IBM PartnerWorld: Independent software vendors
Learn how you can use IBM PartnerWorld to help you build competitive solutions on System i.
- IBM Systems Information Center
The IBM Systems Information Center is the starting point for all your technical information needs for IBM software and hardware platforms. Learn how to use new tools and application flexibility to help lower costs, improve efficiency, and expedite e-business transformation.
- Support for IBM System i
Find technical support for your IBM i5(TM), iSeries(TM) and AS/400(R) servers.
IBM Redbooks(TM) contain technical, know-how, and "how to" information.