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  • On April 30, developerWorks will launch 2 trial experiences designed to offer our developer community the opportunity to experience the benefits of PureSystems first hand – at no charge!.An online trial of PureSystems patterns in the IBM SmartCloud - Provides developers a quick and simple way to try patterns by developing or deploying their own applications in the cloud. while developing skills. .IBM Virtual Pattern Kit for Developers - Provides base capabilities to install locally, so that ISV or large enterprise pattern or plug-in developers can gain experience with PureSystems. Extend existing patterns or construct new ones, then optionally contribute these patterns to the PureSystems Centre..

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  • IT Scalability to Address ChangingComputing Requirements2:10 p.m. -2:50 p.m.Speakers include:• Jerry Cuomo, IBM Fellow, Vice President, WebSphere Chief Technology Officer Application and Integration Middleware Software, IBM Software Group
  • IBM PureApplication™ System Jerry Cuomo IBM Fellow, VP, WebSphere Chief Technology Officer Application and Integration Middleware Software IBM Software Group
  • Disclaimer Regarding Future ContentDisclaimer: IBM’s statements regarding its plans, directions, and intentare subject to change or withdrawal without notice at IBM’s solediscretion. Information regarding potential future products is intended tooutline our general product direction and it should not be relied on inmaking a purchasing decision. The information mentioned regardingpotential future products is not a commitment, promise, or legal obligationto deliver any material, code or functionality. Information about potentialfuture products may not be incorporated into any contract. Thedevelopment, release, and timing of any future features or functionalitydescribed for our products remains at our sole discretion.
  • For the First Time, CEOs Identify Technology as the Most Important External Force Impacting Their Organizations External forces that will impact the organization 2004 2006 2008 2010 2012 71% Technology factors 69% People skills 68% Market factors Macro-economic factors Regulatory concerns Globalization Socio-economic factors Environmental issues Geopolitical factorsSource: IBM CEO Study 2012 - Q1 “What are the most important external forces that will impact your organization over the next 3 to 5 years?”
  • Clients Struggle to Overcome Barriers of Time, Cost and RiskTypical IT Project Time and Budget Top Causes of Project Delays HardwarePhase Time (days) Budget Troubleshooting and tuning 45% production environmentSpecify/design 73 - 96 14% - 16% Integration, configuration and 45%Procure 57 - 112 19% - 21% testing of the infrastructure Installation, cabling and networkImplement 74 – 93 12% access for the environment 29%Configure/test 74 – 80 10% - 11% SoftwareCluster & HA 66 – 104 11% - 12% Integration, configuration and 41%Backup 44 – 108 10% testing of applications Integration, configuration and 35%Tune 89 – 98 9% - 10% testing of middleware Configuration, build andManagement 67 – 110 9 – 10% deployment of applications 34% 34% of new IT projects (US) deploy late From a commissioned study conducted by Forrester Consulting on behalf of IBM
  • Only 1 in 5 Can Allocate More Than Half Their IT Budget to Innovation Least efficient data centers Most efficient data centers Use of new technology: Use of new technology: 43% first and fast technology 86% first and fast technology adoption adoption 1% move virtual machines to meet 58% move virtual machines to meet desired outcomes desired outcomes 21% use storage virtualization 93% use storage virtualization 3% use a storage service catalog 87% use a storage service catalog (tiered storage) (tiered storage) Results: New Results New projects projects Maintaining 35% Maintaining 53% existing existing infrastructure infrastructure 65% 47%Source: 2012 IBM Data Center Study: www.ibm.com/data-center/study ( http://www.ibm.com/data-center/study )
  • The Time Has Come for a New Breed of Systems Systems With Integrated Expertise and Built for CloudBuilt-in Expertise Integration by Capturing and Design automating what Deeply integrating and experts do – from tuning hardware and the infrastructure software – in a ready-to- patterns to the go workload optimized application patterns system Simplified Experience Making every part of the IT lifecycle easier – with integrated management of the entire system and a broad open ecosystem of optimized solutions
  • ANNOUNCING: The World’s First Family of Expert Integrated Systems
  • Infrastructure Platform Application Platform Data PlatformDelivering Infrastructure Services Delivering Platform Services Delivering Data Services
  • Expert Integrated PureFlex: Foundation of the PureSystems Family SystemsStarts at Acquisition: A Continuum of Value from Building Blocks to Systems Flex System Building Blocks IBM PureFlex System IBM PureApplication & PureData Pre-configured, pre-integrated Pre-configured, pre-integrated Chassis infrastructure systems with compute, platform systems with 14 half-wide bays for nodes storage, networking, physical and pattern-based management virtual management, and entry cloud optimized for particular use cases. Compute management with Nodes integrated expertise. Power 2S/4S* x86 2S Storage Storwize V7000 Storage Expansion Management Appliance Optional Networking 10/40GbE,FCoE IB 8/16Gb FC Expansion PCIe Storage * POWER7 nodes available as part of PureFlex System configurations.
  • PureData: Different Data Workloads Require Different Solutions E-commerce Customer Analysis Real Time Fraud DetectionTransaction Processing Reporting and Analytics Operational Analytics
  • IBM PureApplication System: A Platform System Built-for- Cloud That Simplifies Lifecycle Deployment and Management of Applications Install, Config, Tune:Expert integrated: Up and running in less than 4 hours1Platform for Deploy: applications Deploy a 3-tier web application in under 15  Application server minutes2 and automatically scale in  Database services minutes3  Compute (x86 or POWER) Manage:  Storage Concurrent management of 1000+ VM’s  Networking on a single W1500-608 system4Platform Optimize: management Up to 60%betterBuilt-in expertise – price/performance running typical web and database applications (over a Infrastructure, competitor’s configuration)5 platform, and Application Platform application patterns Automatic throughput improvement of up to Delivering Platform Services 2.3X for data intensive applications1) Based upon testing of the IBM PureApplication System W1500-96 with time measured from powering on the system to when it is ready to support application deployments2) Based upon testing of the IBM PureApplication System W1500-192 deploying a single Virtual Application Pattern consisting of 2 WAS VMs, a DB2 VM, and updating the Elastic Load Balancer (ELB). The WAS VMs were allocated 4 vCPUs, 4 GB of memory and 12 GB of disk while the DB2 VM was allocated 8 vCPUs, 6 GB of memory and two virtual disks of 12 GB and 4 GB.3) Based upon testing, under various workload conditions, of the IBM PureApplication System W1500-192 automatically scaling a Virtual Application Pattern consisting of WAS VMs by adding an addtional WAS VM4) Based upon testing of the IBM PureApplication System W1500-608 (9.7 TB Ram, 6.4 TB SSD, 48 TB HDD, 2.6GHz Sandy Bridge Processors). VMs were deployed using the Virtual System Pattern methodology and were deployed as a WAS 8.5 five-node cluster that deploys 5 virtual machines consisting of one deployment manager, 3 custom WebSphere nodes and 1 IBM HTTP Server. Each VM had default CPU and memory settings of 1 virtual CPU and 2 GB of memory5) Based on IBM internal tests of the IBM PureApplication System W1500-96 compared to results of testing of a competitor’s configuration (previous version; no longer available) executing an online JEE trading application workload in a controlled laboratory environment and a 3 year total cost of acquisition (based on US list prices). The cost calculation compares the average cost per request. 3 year total cost of acquisition includes expected hardware, software, service & support. IBMs internal workload studies are not benchmark applications, nor are they based on any benchmark standard. As such, customer applications, differences in the stack deployed, and other systems variations or testing conditions may produce different results and may vary based on actual configuration, applications, specific queries and other variables in a production environment. Users of this document should verify the applicable data for their specific environment6) Up to 2.3X performance, measured in transactions per second (TPS), of a Virtual System Pattern consisting of a disk I/O intensive application workload based upon testing of IBM PureApplication System W1500-96 when IBM Storwize "Easy Tier" capability leverages solid state disk (SSD) for frequently accessed data versus the same workload running on hard disk drives (HDD) prior to automated optimization
  • The Value of Workload-Aware Management: Built-in Expertise Workload-Aware Management  E.g. PureApplication System  Deep value out of the box  Configure middleware with no scripting through  Connect middleware components in patterns multi-server topology  Environment is “modeled” by pattern creators, not  Configure high availability “scripted” by users  Policy-based elasticity  Patterns available in PureSystems Centre for  Ongoing lifecycle management select IBM, ISV, and 3rd  Middleware-level monitoring party products  …all without scripting!  E.g. PureFlex System General Purpose Management  Represents “commodity deployment” capability  Provision storage, VMs, VLANs, etc.  Requires user to implement  Runbook automation (scripts) scripts, own part of the process  Infrastructure level monitoring  Broad coverage: handles the “everything else” Most clients will need a mix of both
  • What Can I Run on Pure Application System?Entitled Optimized for PureApplication System Integrated Value Pre- Pre-Entitled and Pre-Optimized Middleware Patterns (Included on the System) Pre-Optimized IBM Middleware and ISV Patterns (Available for Additional Purchase) Breadth of Coverage Custom-built Patterns (Pattern-creation Tools Included) Anything else that will run on a supported OS (Runbook Automation or manual install on RHEL 6.2)
  • What the Business Wants… What’s Required… Monitoring Lifecycle Management
  • What Will be Needed Tomorrow… Monitoring Lifecycle Management
  • Patterns of Expertise: Proven best practices and expertise for complex tasks learnedfrom decades of client and partner engagements that are captured, lab tested andoptimized into a deployable form What is a Pattern?  The pre-defined architecture of an application  For each component of the application (i.e. database, web server, etc) Monitoring Lifecycle Pre-installation on an operating system Management Pre-integration across components Pre-configured & tuned Pre-configured Monitoring Pre-configured Security Lifecycle Management  In a deployable form, resulting in repeatable deployment with full lifecycle management  Delivering superior results: Agility: Faster time-to-value Efficiency: Reduced costs and resources Simplicity: Simpler skills requirements Control: Lower risk and errors
  • PureApplication System Supports Multiple Types of Patterns Virtual Appliance HTTP Server VirtualAppliance Virtual Appliance Operating system Software Metadata application Software Operating Virtual Appliance Virtual Appliance application system Application Application Server Server Operating Operating system system Metadata Metadata Metadata Virtual Application Virtual System Patterns Virtual Appliances Patterns  Highly automated deployments Standard software installation  Automated deployment of using expert patterns and configuration on OS middleware topologies  Business policy driven elasticity Images created through  Traditional administration and  Built for the cloud environment extend/capture management model  Leverages elastic workload Traditional administration and  Application and infrastruture management services management model driven elasticity Infrastructure driven elasticity Virtual Application Patterns Virtual Appliances Virtual System Patterns Standard TCO Improved TCO Best TCO existing applications virtualized applications cloud applications
  • Initiates a Fully Scalable Web Application Monitoring Lifecycle ManagementDeploy Software application Monitoring Lifecycle Management
  • Use PureApplication & PureData Systems Together! Monitorin g Software LifecycleDeploy application Managem ent
  • IBM Patterns of Expertise Accessible via PureSystems Centre Built-in Additional IBM Content Targeted for 1Q2013* Pre-Entitled Separately Purchased• Web Application Pattern (1.0, 2.0) • Messaging Extension for Web • Maximo Asset Management• IBM Transactional Database Pattern Application Pattern 2.0 • IBM Mobile Application Platform 1.1 • WebSphere Message Broker 8.0• IBM DataMart Pattern 1.1 • WebSphere MQ 7.5, 8.0• IBM Application Pattern for Java 1.0 • WebSphere Portal Server 8.0• WebSphere Application Server HV • Web Content Management 8.0 (7.0, 8.0, 8.5) • WebSphere Transformation Extender• DB2 Enterprise Server Edition (9.7 w/Launcher 8.4 FP5, V10.1) • IBM Business Process Manager 8.0• IBM Mixed Language Application • IBM Operational Decision Manager 8.0 Modernization Pattern • SOA Policy 2.0 • SOA Policy Gateway 2.0 • Business Intelligence 1.0 • Informix 11.7 • IBM Connections 4.0 • InfoSphere Information Server 9.1 • Virtual Application for SAP CRM 1.0 • WebSphere Commerce Sample 7.0*IBM’s statements regarding its plans, directions, and intent are subject to change or withdrawal without notice at IBM’s sole discretion. Information regarding potential future products is intended to outlineour general product direction and it should not be relied on in making a purchasing decision. The information mentioned regarding potential future products is not a commitment, promise, or legal obligation todeliver any material, code or functionality. Information about potential future products may not be incorporated into any contract. The development, release, and timing of any future features or functionalitydescribed for our products remains at our sole discretion.
  • How Does Pattern-based Management Improve IT? Scripted Install Pattern Based Management  Application-aware patterns Scripted install (a.k.a. runbook understand how individual automation) approaches execute a components interact in a multi- static set of instructions server environmentAfter deployment of individual After deployment, a multi- components, there is further work required to server environment is available, assemble a multi-server environment and with a running app install appsScaling requires separate scripts, or Due to product-specific context of follow-up manual work, introducing how to scale an environment, is more configuration drift flexible in growing/shrinking
  • Download Patterns from IBM PureSystems Centre ibm.com/PureSystems/Centre  Gain access to a broad community of IBM and certified partner expertise  Download optimized, deployable application patterns from 100+ leading ISV partners  Search by solution area, industry or system  Download fixes and patches  Access to developer community Also run your existing applications today*
  • Have a Question? Ask an Expert!
  • PureSystems Trial Offerings on developerWorks Explore PureSystems in the cloud, grow skills, and create custom patterns Developer centric environment, Trial, cloud-based resources and exchange development & test Developer Benefits lifecycle services & Kit • Get started quickly with minimal • Video demos resources required • Expert resources • Experience team based • Support forums collaboration and development • Blog 1. PureSystems trial • Build skills and deploy powered by SmartCloud applications using pattern-based developerWorks approach in the cloud Virtual Application Pattern PureSystems experience Collaborative life cycle mgmt • Download base capabilities to install locally • Develop your own patterns andIT Developers solutions 2. IBM Virtual Pattern • IBM Business Partners can Kit for Developers promote custom patterns in the Virtual Application Patterns PureSystems Centre ibm.com/developerworks/puresystems ibm.com/developerworks/puresystems/try
  • IBM PureApplication System Simplified Experience New client experience:  Single product streamlines ordering, tracking, receiving, installing and running  Factory installed. Pull it out of the box, plug it in and boot it up.  Management integration across system  Single point of contact for support  Upgrade with zero downtime based on integrated patches  PureSystems Centre – an online catalog of applications and patterns from IBM & ISVs  A broad, open ecosystem of optimized solutions
  • IBM PureApplication System Configurations W1500-96 W1500-192 W1500-384 W1500-608 Configuration Configuration Configuration Configuration 1 2 3 4 96 Cores 192 Cores 384 Cores 608 Cores 1.5 TB Ram 3.1 TB Ram 6.1 TB Ram 9.7 TB Ram + + + +  Rack, Chassis, PDUs  Networking (Top of Rack, Chassis & Fibre)  Storage (6.4 TB SSD & 48 TB HDD)  Pre-integrated software entitled for full capacity of system: OS, Hypervisor, platform middleware (Java runtime, web application server, database), workload deployment, management and full stack monitoring Upgrade to Larger Systems Without Taking an Outage
  • Integration by Design: Single Integrated Management UISingle UI includes: Pattern-based deployment Monitoring at middleware, OS, and virtualization layers User & Group Management with permissions License management Storage, networking, and virtualization management Update management Show-back usage reporting (for use in chargeback) Aggregated logging across multi-server environments
  • What’s Physically in the Box?Networking BNT top of rack switches Network bandwidth (trunked 10 gb ethernet) 320 gb out of top of rack 160 gb between chassis 40 gb within each chassisStorage V7000 storage controllers 48 TB HDD storage (80x600GB, 43TB usable) 6.4 TB SSD storage (16x400GB, 5TB usable)Compute Capacity 3 PureFlex chassis in a 42U rack Intel 2.6Ghz compute nodes w/ 2 sockets, 16 cores, and 256 GB memory each (6/12/24/38 nodes in S/M/L/XL)Power 4 redundant PDUs (only 2 required to power full rack)
  • Built-in Expertise: Hardware High AvailabilityManagement Nodes Both run in active-passive mode, when a failure occurs the IP address is assigned to the new active oneNetwork Controllers Switches and cabling are redundant (2 of each). Failure of 1 leads to reduced bandwidth, not serviceStorage Controllers All storage volumes are accessible from each controller If one fails, the other handles all I/OStorage SSD storage is configured in RAID 5 array + spares HDD storage is configured in RAID 5 array + sparesCompute Nodes (ITE) Management system will route around failed DIMMs or cores yielding reduced capacity (server rebalance) If entire node fails, VMs can be moved elsewhere (workload evacuation)
  • Divide and Isolate Your Physical Resources ThroughCloud Groups Use for: Limiting resource allocated to a particular user or group Isolating applications or stages (i.e. dev/test vs. production) Internal networks are isolated between cloud groups Automated rebalancing based on priority Cloud Group Types Full compute nodes Dedicated physical cores Shared physical cores Consolidated (fine grained virtual cores) Service Policies Energy Conservation High Availability
  • Integration by Design: User & Group ManagementUsers & Groups are able to be used to: Restrict access to resources such as: Individual patterns (great for ensuring consistency within teams) Specific pools of hardware, storage, IP addresses Restrict rights such as: Create/Modify pattern Deploy pattern Report usage For showback/chargeback
  • Integration by Design: License Management
  • Integration by Design: Usage Reporting
  • Integration by Design: Audit & Metering Reports
  • Built-in Expertise: System Update Management  Everything below Guest VM  Hardware and Firmware  Management, Hypervisor, System Compute Nodes, switches, power, storage, etc
  • Built-in Expertise: Pattern Update Management Workload Guest VM and above  OS and Middleware Patterns deployed to the cloud  Virtual System and Virtual Applications
  • For Additional Information Visit the Agile Summit Solution Center for demonstrations of these capabilities. Ask an IBM Ambassador for additional information (case study, white paper, solution brief, etc.) related to the content shared during this session. For a follow up discussion, complete the IBM Response Card on the table in front of you.
  • Thank You !Jerry CuomoIBM Fellow, Vice President,WebSphere Chief Technology OfficerApplication and Integration Middleware SoftwareIBM Software Group