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Stream 3 - IT optimisation & virtualisation

  1. 1. Optimisation & Virtualisatio n eving maximum value through po power, reliability & better integrate ems
  2. 2. 70% 70¢ per $1 78% Of companies in the 70% on average is global 1,000 will have of CIO’s want to spent on maintaining to modify their data improve the way they current IT centers to meet use and manage infrastructures versus increased power their data and cooling adding new requirements capabilities IT Infrastructure is under pressure It’s not built for what’s coming 10x 80% 1 trillion 6 teraby Of digital data growth tal data is Devices will be of informatio will be “unstructured” ojected to connected to the exchanged ov and requiring w tenfold internet by 2011 internet eve significant effort to m 2007 to “understand” and second 2011
  3. 3. CIOs select their ten most important visionary plan elements of CIOs cited “implementing a virtualised computing nment” as part of their visionary plans to enhance etitiveness
  4. 4. Did someo How can I see breach this everything in What if this one place? breaks? Who is accessing What’s going this? should be on with this g for this? system? BM client engagement experience
  5. 5. client engagement experience Hybrid Private/ Internal Public/ External The Cloud OP me /Inra n r iss t nl e e On Premises / Internal OP me /Tir Pry f r iss hd at fe
  6. 6. s history of virtualization leadership 67 1973 1987 1999 2004 2007 2008 M IBM IBM IBM IBM intro’s IBM announces I ops announces announces announces POWER POWER6™, the anno visor first LPAR on LPAR on Hypervisor ™ first UNIX Pow ould for System p e VM machines to the POWER™ servers with and System i he do physical mainframe Live Partition ame partitioning Mobility
  7. 7. ns can address Visualize. Manage physical and virtual worlds from Control. Manage the lifecycle of virtual systems a Automate. Automate to assure quality and reduc Service Management Server Storage Application Client rtualization Virtualization Virtualization Virtualizat e costs & Dynamically Improve service Centralize cli mplexity. adapt. delivery. managemen e sprawl helping to Unify your storage into a Dynamically deliver resources Centrally manage c perating costs and single reservoir of capacity. where needed most. to lower support e asset utilization. improve sec Change storage and move Help increase application p enable rapid data without interrupting availability and improve Deploy thin client ning of your server. applications. application performance. lower acquisitio ualize for more Manage storage in a Easily deploy applications as Consolidate deskto mic deployment. consistent manner from software appliances. reduce stor a central point. Get anywhere, anyt Networking for Virtualization
  8. 8. oved business agility “Integrated Service Ma provides clients with th Server control and automation virtualised environmen Storage higher quality delivery o Network Agility services, at a fraction o Consolidate Resources – Doug Brown, Vice President, Market Manage Integrated Service Man Workloads and Tivoli Software Automate Processes Optimise Delivery Consolidate Resources hypervisor choice Manage Workloads single “pane of glas Automate Processes Tivoli integration Optimize Delivery pre-integrated offeri
  9. 9. Example keting department at a major retailer is rolling out a major marketing campaign ing in a new television advertisement at the World Cup. This campaign requires oned web commerce site to handle increased customer transaction volume Time Agility t Start 2 hours 2 minutes 0 minu hs 2 months after launch after launch after lau aunch prior to launch Consolidate Resources Manage Workloads Automate Processes Optimise D d PHYSICAL Web commerce server can be Unanticipated traffic is Unanticipated traffic is Traffic increas nd network provisioned using available detected by IT staff day of detected by the IT systems on and capacity i cured capacity on IT infrastructure event which determines that the day of the event and on marketing purchasing with associated configuration the increased traffic is not due quickly determines that the proactively sc stall, and testing by IT Staff to a security attack (eg DDOS increased traffic is not due to a necessary IT r IT Staff attack) but rather from security attack (eg DDOS coincide with legitimate customer traffic, attack) but rather from and advertise where by the IT staff is able to legitimate customer traffic, and manage the IT infrastructure the IT systems are able to using a “single pane of glass” “sense & respond” to to reallocate server capacity to automatically reallocate server handle the increased customer capacity to handle traffic
  10. 10. olidate Resources EFITS: proved IT efficiency ducing complexity by reducing number of physical servers, rage, and network devices proving resource utilisation that helps reduce electricity nsumption due to idling servers (utilisation), storage tualising and de-duplication) and network (bandwidth duplication) mpression) devices ducing floor space requirements
  11. 11. ple BEFORE AFTER 50% lost to general cooling, power conversion, UPS, etc 4X Savings 70% lost to memory, disk, planer, PCI, other 80% lost to idle 80% utilization y Equipment Processor
  12. 12. ed IT efficiency and utilisation ng complexity by reducing the number of physical servers, e, and network devices ing resource utilisation that helps reduce electricity mption due to idling servers (utilisation), storage sing and de-duplication) and network (bandwidth ession) devices Lead Offerings ng floor space requirements Virtualization optimized servers & sto IBM System x & IBM BladeCent s with choice of VMware, Hyper-V IBM System p with PowerVM, o FIAT Italy: Feb 2009 Massive consolidation, minimal IBM System z with z/VM and LP across a full range of IBM servers, including System z. IBM XIV Storage gressive targets for physical consolidation (2:1), logical IBM Systems Director dation (1.6:1), and standardisation. Improved response IBM Tivoli Storage Productivity Cente y 30%, storage capacity by 50 TB. IBM Proventia virtualized network se WebSphere Application Server ompson gains a 30% productivity boost by virtualising their DB2 structure by consolidating on IBM BladeCenter using IBM IBM assessments r
  13. 13. TS: es a simplified and integrated single pane s to manage the existing underlying complexity in a cohesive, integrated ms approach FEATURES: • Decouple complexity from scale address device sprawl (physical and • Share resources optimally • Automate workload management • Incorporate High Availability (HA) and Recovery (DR) zation without good management is more dan angerous than not using virtualization in the firs er Source:
  14. 14. • Using the right virtualisation techno critical success factor in a virtualisa consolidation project • Management of virtualised systems success factor for continued operat - Physical and virtual resources - Ability for management tools to i - Enabling for service managemen IDC Worldwide Server Market - 2009 “… the days of focusing on physical system manag use of virtualisation solutions … has started to slow the now gone. Upper-level management wants greater IT wth in physical server bases. But large-scale efficiencies. CIOs require resources to be virtualised to tion creates new sets of manageability and service resource utilisation and simplify management, and hallenges.” center energy consumption be reduced.” – International Technology Group, - Clabby Analytics, March 2009 September 2008
  15. 15. ed IT staff productivity ied and integrated systems management of IT resources ss increasing complexity and interdependency resulting owth of physical and virtual resources (sprawl). s Lead Offerings ational Trade (INTTRA): Aug 2009 Supports the global IBM Systems Director Editions + V chain with a world-class IT infrastructure from IBM; “ class “The y depends on us. We can’t let the industry down by IBM SAN Volume Controller anything less than the most dependable data center. And IBM BladeCenter virtual fabric swi ver that with IBM technology.” IBM Open Fabric Manager IBM Tivoli Storage Productivity Ce Active Energy Management & ITM a Commonwealth University: Jun 2009 IBM XIV e system helps lower patient risk; We now have a fully Management ted cross-IBM solution with consistent administrative IBM Tivoli Monitoring (ITM) y. We can easily move storage around, grow it, shrink it Tivoli Application Discovery and D ever our need is. (TADDM) Tivoli Dynamic Workload Broker (T Tivoli System Automation WebSphere Virtual Enterprise
  16. 16. ed IT staff productivity ent execution of business priorities, processes and service greements (SLA) in a consistent manner where systems are respond in an automated manner to changing business ons consistent with best practices and regulatory ance (eg SOX, HIPAA, Patriot Act, etc) s Lead Offerings Organization UK: Aug 2009 Adopts WebSphere Virtual ise for their application server technology; “downtime is Tivoli Provisioning Manager d dramatically we can manage workloads autonomically” Tivoli Asset Discovery Tivoli Service Automation Manager Sep 2008 Takes healthcare delivery to new levels with Tivoli Usage and Accounting Mana c infrastructure; “Today most of our servers are virtual, not Today Tivoli Business Services Manager l. The virtualized infrastructure flexes to meet processing Tivoli Provisioning Manager for OS the staff can respond to the demands of UPMC faster. We Tivoli Provisioning Manager for Ima re productive, more agile, and more reliable, at a lower cost WebSphere Virtual Enterprise works well.” Service management strategy and
  17. 17. e agility and business effectiveness by having business s dynamically drive the underlying IT infrastructure allowing ss users to self provision as required ge Cloud computing as a new business and delivery model a ‘virtual enterprise’ is unconstrained by physical barriers and n s ecom deploys new Cloud of 80 systems including IBM Lead Offerings x and IBM BladeCenter capable of orchestrates thousands of s in a workload-optimized fashion using Tivoli Service optimized ation Manager. Tivoli Business Services Manag (ITBSM) chnology UK: Mar 2009 Meets stringent SLAs with IBM IBM CloudBurst™ Management Tools; “Star has built a successful cloud IBM Information Archive ing infrastructure using IBM Tivoli Monitoring software and IBM Smart Analytics System g closely with IBM.” WebSphere CloudBurst™ Appl IBM Smart Business Test Cloud te: Dec 2008 Makes a breakthrough in improving access to IBM Smart Business Desktop C mic computing resources; With its new self-provisioning model, provisioning Private test cloud implementatio te can now follow a more efficient licensing strategy based on isation, reducing its future licensing costs by up to 75%. IBM Scale Out Network Attache Storage (SONAS)
  18. 18. fits: Business benefits: Cost • Respond to new business opportun e complexity. quickly by establishing a foundation ce resource utilisation. growth and agility. ture floor space. • Process more information in real-tim fficient power & cooling. make better business decisions. Service • Consolidate operations and overall e performance and optimise scalability. systems control. e service levels. • Reduce or eliminate redundancy in new services online quickly. infrastructure and personnel. • Improve employee productivity. Risk e uptime/availability and increase rability.
  19. 19. hank you