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IBM Director, TSM and DataFabric manager on same server?

IBM Director, TSM and DataFabric manager on same server?

IBM Director, TSM and DataFabric manager on same server?

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Hi all,

I have a N3300 a20 setup together with a TS3310 (3576) Tape library installed. The Tivoli Storage Management server will be a x3650. And for some other servers a E-class blade enclosure with some HS21 blades is installed.
Datafabric manager is going to be used to manage the NAS.

To be able to monitor the harware IBM director will also be needed.

Just thinking.
Would you guys recommend installing TSM, Datafabric manager and IBM Director on the same hardware? (the x3650)

Thanks for your advice...

Please tell me if I'm wrong I like to learn from my mistakes...
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