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IBM Power Systems:
Open innovation to put data to work
Barbara Koch
Vice President Power Systems
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What if you had the innovation to…
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The Power Systems Strategy
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Leadership and innovation to support today’s core business application...
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POWER8 delivers insights 82x faster
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Creating a pipeline of ecosystem innovation with the
OpenPOWER Foundation
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OpenPOWER: Growing Fast!
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POWER8 Processor: Game-changing innovation that
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Coherent Accelerator Processor Interface (CAPI) Overview
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Power Systems: Open innovation to put data to work
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New Power Systems Scale-out servers deliver superior
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Power Systems have capabilities to scale out or scale up
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Scale out or scale up
with Power System...
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Bringing together industry leading capabilities for the best, enterprise-
class infrastructure with...
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Power Enterprise Pools with Mobile and Elastic COD
delivers both flexibility and economic efficienc...
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Power Integrated Facility for Linux (IFL): Deploy Linux solutions
quickly at lower cost and with en...
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POWER8 Enterprise Systems - Statements of Direction
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IBM plans to…
•… bring POWER8 capability to ...
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Leverage POWER6 / POWER7 Compatibility Modes
LPAR Migrate between POWER6 / POWER7 / POWER8 Server...
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Open innovation to put data to work
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This new era is reshaping the IT landscape and creating new
market dynamics
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Mobile
Internet of T...
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Bringing the broad Linux ecosystem to Linux on Power
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Simple migration of ALL Linux Workloads to ...
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  1. 1. © 2014 IBM Corporation IBM Power Systems: Open innovation to put data to work Barbara Koch Vice President Power Systems 06. Mai 2014
  2. 2. © 2014 IBM Corporation What if you had the innovation to… 2 Deliver insights Support mobile big data apps with Experience IBM Watson™ technology Achieve more than twice the throughput at 1 2 32
  3. 3. © 2014 IBM Corporation The Power Systems Strategy 3 Leadership and innovation to support today’s core business applications and next-generation solutions with strong financial benefits, industry leading support and a highly skilled and vibrant ecosystem Next Gen Apps Big Data & Analytics Power Charter Open Platform for Choice OpenPOWER Consortium Innovatio n that Matters Client ValueCommunity Engagemen t
  4. 4. © 2014 IBM Corporation POWER8 delivers insights 82x faster Running Cognos BI reports and analytics on POWER8 with DB2 with BLU Acceleration versus Ivy Bridge with a traditional database 4 • DB2 with BLU Acceleration on POWER8 for Cognos BI is ‘Fast on Fast on Fast!’ • Real world Cognos BI Telco workload • 60 concurrent users running 70%/25%/5% split of simple, intermediate and complex reports • First processer designed for Big Data with massive parallelism and bandwidth for real-time results • 18x more throughput for simple reports • 40x more throughput for intermediate reports • 747x better throughput for complex reports • Additional information available in The Edison Group paper at https://www.ibm.com/services/forms/signup.do?source=stg-web&S_PKG=ov23147 Dynamic Query Compatible Query Dynamic Cubes Based on IBM internal tests as of April 17, 2014 comparing IBM DB2 with BLU Acceleration on Power with a comparably tuned competitor row store database server on x86 executing a materially identical 2.6TB BI workload in a controlled laboratory environment. Test measured 60 concurrent user report throughput executing identical Cognos report workloads. Competitor configuration: HP DL380p, 24 cores, 256GB RAM, Competitor row-store database, SuSE Linux 11SP3 (Database) and HP DL380p, 16 cores, 384GB RAM, Cognos 10.2.1.1, SuSE Linux 11SP3 (Cognos). IBM configuration: IBM S824, 24 cores, 256GB RAM, DB2 10.5, AIX 7.1 TL2 (Database) and IBM S822L, 16 of 20 cores activated, 384GB RAM, Cognos 10.2.1.1, SuSE Linux 11SP3 (Cognos). Results may not be typical and will vary based on actual workload, configuration, applications, queries and other variables in a production environment.
  5. 5. © 2014 IBM Corporation Creating a pipeline of ecosystem innovation with the OpenPOWER Foundation 5 5 Creating a pipeline of ecosystem innovation Creates an open ecosystem based on the IBM POWER® architecture Enables industry innovation across the software and hardware stack Provides flexibility to build servers ideally suited to the Power architecture Platinum Members 5 members and growing
  6. 6. © 2014 IBM Corporation OpenPOWER: Growing Fast! 6 Boards/Systems I/O, Storage, Acceleration Chip/SOC System/Software/Services 100+ inquiries and active dialogues underway
  7. 7. © 2014 IBM Corporation 7 Google Shows Off Hardware Design Using IBM Chips
  8. 8. © 2014 IBM Corporation Fostering open innovation for cloud based applications with Linux and Power Systems 8 Estimated >95% x86/Linux applications written in C/C++ will require no source code change, only a recompile Moving Linux apps to Power has never been easier Well-written Java applications written in scripting or interpretive languages will run as is >95% Require no source code change +
  9. 9. © 2014 IBM Corporation 9 Designed for Big Data Superior Cloud Economics Open Innovation Platform Open Innovation to put data to work Introducing…A NEW GENERATION OF IBM Power Systems
  10. 10. © 2014 IBM Corporation 10 Processors flexible, fast execution of analytics algorithms Memory large, fast workspace to maximize business insight Data Bandwidth bring massive amounts of information to compute resources in real-time 4X threads per core vs. x86 4X memory bandwidth vs. x86 2.4X more I/O bandwidth than POWER7 Optimized for a broad range of data and analytics: Industry Solutions 5X Faster Designed for Big Data: optimized Big Data & Analytics performance
  11. 11. © 2014 IBM Corporation 11 POWER5 2004 POWER6 2007 POWER7 2010 POWER7+ 2012 130nm SOI 65nm SOI 45nm SOI eDRAM 32nm SOI eDRAM 2 SMT2 2 SMT2 8 SMT4 8 SMT4 1.9MB 36MB 8MB 32MB 2 + 32MB None 2 + 80MB None 15GB/s 3GB/s 30GB/s 10GB/s 100GB/s 20GB/s 100GB/s 20GB/s Technology Compute Cores Threads Caching On-chip Off-chip Bandwidth Sust. Mem. Peak I/O POWER8 22nm SOI eDRAM 12 SMT8 6 + 96MB 128MB 230GB/s 48GB/s IBM Confidential
  12. 12. © 2014 IBM Corporation Core L2 Core L2 Core L2 Core L2 Core L2 Core L2 Core L2 Core L2 Core L2 Core L2 Core L2 Core L2 L3 Cache & Chip Interconnect 8M L3 Region Mem. Ctrl.Mem. Ctrl. SMPLinks Accelerators SMPLinks PCIe POWER8 Highlights
  13. 13. © 2014 IBM Corporation 13 12 Cores per Socket Significantly Strengthened Cores 8 threads per core (SMT8) Wider fetch/dispatch/issue of instructions Doubled highly utilized execution units Larger Caches 2 integrated memory controllers ~ 25% memory latency improvement via on-chip fastpath interconnect Integrated SMP Interconnect w/ improved “Flatness” 2-Hop fabric topology Integrated IO Subsystem On-chip PCIe controller Fine Grained Power Management On-chip Power Management Controller & Power gating POWER8 Highlights
  14. 14. © 2014 IBM Corporation POWER8 Processor: Game-changing innovation that accelerates big data & analytics 14  Smart, simplified attach for accelerators: GPUs, flash memory, networking  Connects directly to processor, sharing the same address space  Improves performance, reduces latency, and provides more workload for your dollar Smart Acceleration enabled by CAPI (Coherent Accelerator Processor Interface) Technology CAPI enables innovation from the OpenPOWER Foundation
  15. 15. © 2014 IBM Corporation Coherent Accelerator Processor Interface (CAPI) Overview 15 CAPP PCIe POWER8 Processor FPGA Functionn Function0 Function1 Function2 CAPI IBM Supplied POWER Service Layer Typical I/O Model Flow Flow with a Coherent Model Shared Mem. Notify Accelerator Acceleration Shared Memory Completion DD Call Copy or Pin Source Data MMIO Notify Accelerator Acceleration Poll / Int Completion Copy or Unpin Result Data Ret. From DD Completion Advantages of Coherent Attachment Over I/O Attachment • Virtual Addressing & Data Caching – Shared Memory – Lower latency for highly referenced data • Easier, Natural Programming Model – Traditional thread level programming – Long latency of I/O typically requires restructuring of application • Enables Apps Not Possible on I/O – Pointer chasing, etc…
  16. 16. © 2014 IBM Corporation Power Systems: Open innovation to put data to work 16 Power Systems S822LPower Systems S812L Power Systems S822 Power Systems S814 Power Systems S824 Power Systems S824L •1-socket, 2U •POWER8 processor •Linux only •CAPI support (1) •2H14 •2-socket, 2U •POWER8 processor •Up to 24 cores •1 TB memory •9 PCI Gen3 slot •Linux only •CAPI support (2) •PowerVM & PowerKVM •2-socket, 2U •Up to 20 cores •1 TB memory •9 PCIe Gen 3 •AIX & Linux •CAPI support (2) •PowerVM •1-socket, 4U •Up to 8 cores •512 GB memory •7 PCIe Gen 3 •AIX, IBM i, Linux •CAPI support (1) •PowerVM •2-socket, 4U •Up to 24 cores •1 TB memory •11 PCIe Gen 3 •AIX, IBM i, Linux •CAPI support (2) •PowerVM •2-socket, 4U •Up to 24 cores •Linux •NVIDIA GPU •2H14 + POWER8 roll-out is leading with scale-out (1-2S) systems + Expanded Linux focus: Ubuntu, KVM, and Open Stack + Scale-up POWER8 (>2S) systems will be rolled ot over time + PCI Gen3 right out of POWER8 processor + OpenPOWER Innovations
  17. 17. © 2014 IBM Corporation New Power Systems Scale-out servers deliver superior economics & security for the cloud 17 Speed & Agility to capture value from new workloads Economic Advantages that scale to meet business needs Security to protect critical systems and data 2X performance vs x861 Built-in Encrypt / decrypt engine Price for performance advantages to scale out as your business grows and confidently move more data applications to the cloud Utilization outperforming industry standards 65% Guaranteed vs. industry average of 30–40% 58% Lower costs of acquisition2
  18. 18. © 2014 IBM Corporation Power Systems have capabilities to scale out or scale up 18 Scale out or scale up with Power Systems Power Scale-Out Systems Power Enterprise Systems Two-Step Process to upgrade to POWER8 Power Enterprise Pools Migration System Upgrade Purchase additional IBM POWER7+ capacity today and transition to POWER8 tomorrow Take advantage of these capabilities today  Power Enterprise Pools  Power Integrated Facility for Linux  Capacity on Demand Power Enterprise Systems Heritage of high utilization, performance and scalability Designed for the most mission-critical applications Delivering economic benefits for workload consolidation Statement of Direction for POWER8
  19. 19. © 2014 IBM Corporation Bringing together industry leading capabilities for the best, enterprise- class infrastructure with virtualization and cloud technology 19 Introducing Power Enterprise Pools for deploying the most flexible and efficient Enterprise Private Cloud Enterprise-class systems: leadership performance, resilience & resource sharing Enterprise-class Virtualization & Cloud Mgmt Flexible, efficient workload deployment with Elastic COD & Power IFLs Power Enterprise Pool with Mobile COD delivers unprecedented flexibility
  20. 20. © 2014 IBM Corporation Power Enterprise Pools with Mobile and Elastic COD delivers both flexibility and economic efficiency 20 64c Active 64c Active 64 Inactive 64 Inactive 64c Active System being Maintained 64c Active 64c Active 64 Inactive 64 Inactive Activate 64c for Maint. Active - Active Planned Maintenance Resource Balancing 64c Active 32 Inactive 32c Active 32c Active 96 Inactive Periodic Demand Peaks Multi-system infrastructure providing a highly available and flexible IT environment to support clients’ most demanding business resiliency objectives Clients purchase the capacity needed and may allocate & rebalance virtual processor and memory resources within the capacity pool Elastic On/Off Processor and memory enables clients to address periodic spikes in demand Live Partition Mobility enables clients to migrate running workloads between systems to enable continuous availability
  21. 21. © 2014 IBM Corporation Power Integrated Facility for Linux (IFL): Deploy Linux solutions quickly at lower cost and with enterprise class reliability and security. 21 Deploy enterprise-class, secure private cloud for Linux consolidation for Applications and Databases Streamlined, secure access to data and applications Infrastructure services that have high QOS needs Simplify Operations by aligning policy groups to the business process Private Cloud Co-Location Quality of Service Simplified Operations Policy Group1 Policy Group 2 Power IFL  Messaging  ESB  Security Services  File Services Virtualized Linux system
  22. 22. © 2014 IBM Corporation POWER8 Enterprise Systems - Statements of Direction 22 IBM plans to… •… bring POWER8 capability to the full Power Systems portfolio, with the intent to deliver the most scalable, highest performing enterprise-class Power System with an advanced version of the POWER8 processor. •… to provide upgrade paths from the current POWER7+ Power 770 and 780 servers to enterprise-class POWER8 processor-based servers. •… preserve client investment in Power Systems by enabling POWER8 processor-based Power systems to interoperate and share Mobile Capacity on Demand (COD) resources with POWER7/7+ processor-based Power systems in a single Power Enterprise Pool POWER8 Enterprise Systems • Architectural strengths of Power 795 • Modularity & efficiencies of Power 770/780 • Performance and innovation of POWER8 • Greater Scalability & Reliability • Increased Efficiency (Space, Energy)
  23. 23. © 2014 IBM Corporation23 Leverage POWER6 / POWER7 Compatibility Modes LPAR Migrate between POWER6 / POWER7 / POWER8 Servers Can not move POWER8 Mode partitions to POWER6 or POWER7 systems. AIX 7.1 AIX 6.1 AIX 5.3 POWER7POWER6/6+ AIX 7.1 AIX 6.1 AIX 5.3 AIX 7.1 AIX 6.1 AIX 5.3 AIX 7.1 AIX 6.1 POWER8 AIX 7.1 AIX 6.1 AIX 7.1 AIX 6.1 AIX 7.1 AIX 6.1 AIX 5.3 IBM i 7.2 IBM i 7.2 Linux Linux Linux LinuxLinux POWER6 / POWER7 / POWER8 Partition Mobility
  24. 24. © 2014 IBM Corporation24 Open innovation to put data to work 24
  25. 25. © 2014 IBM Corporation This new era is reshaping the IT landscape and creating new market dynamics 25 Mobile Internet of Things Cloud 40% of people socialize more online than they do face-to- face 300x growth of digital content between 2005-2020 57% of companies using cloud to drive competitive and cost advantages 80% of all data is unstructured and growing 15x the rate of structured data 63% of people expect to be doing more shopping on their mobile devices over the next couple of years
  26. 26. © 2014 IBM Corporation Bringing the broad Linux ecosystem to Linux on Power 26 Simple migration of ALL Linux Workloads to Power Systems NO CHANGES For most well written x86/Linux applications written in scripting or interpretive languages Leveraging Open Collaboration Across the Stack Software Defined Environment Expanding the Ecosystem SIMPLE RECOMPILE For an estimated >95% x86/Linux applications written in C/C++
  27. 27. © 2014 IBM Corporation 27 2004 2007 2010 2014 POWER7/7+ 45/32 nm POWER8 Eight Cores On-Chip eDRAM Power-Optimized Cores Memory Subsystem ++ SMT++ Reliability + VSM & VSX Protection Keys+ POWER6/6+ 65/65 nm Dual Core High Frequencies Virtualization + Memory Subsystem + Altivec Instruction Retry Dynamic Energy Mgmt SMT + Protection Keys POWER5/5+ 130/90 nm Dual Core Enhanced Scaling SMT Distributed Switch + Core Parallelism + FP Performance + Memory Bandwidth + Virtualization More Cores SMT+++ Reliability ++ FPGA Support Transactional Memory PCIe Acceleration  200+ systems in test POWER9 Extreme Analytics Optimization Extreme Big Data Optimization On-chip accelerators Power Processor Technology Roadmap
  28. 28. © 2014 IBM Corporation 28 Delivering value UNIX, Linux and IBM i environments • For small-to-midsize DB and analytics applications • ERP and other Core business applications • Consolidation and virtualization of UNIX, IBM i and x86 Linux workloads • PowerVM: the industries highest performing, most secure and scalable virtualization technology • OpenStack-based Cloud Management * SOD for future support POWER8 Systems Power S822 Power S824 1 or 2 sockets 6, 8, 10 or 12 cores/socket Up to 1 TB of Memory Power S814 Built on open technology with innovation to put data to work Designed for Data •Over 2X the performance / core vs. x86 in target workloads •Industry’s largest Cache and Memory and I/O Bandwidth •Greater capacity for demanding data / analytic applications •Industry leading RAS (Built-in RAID, Hot Plug PCIe Gen 3) Enhanced for superior cloud economics and efficiency •Guaranteed utilization, Cloud/Virtualization mgmt built on OpenStack •Designed to increase efficiency and flexibility to run the most demanding workloads in the cloud with greater resiliency (e.g., High performance, split backplane; SR-IOV capable I/O*) Enabling open innovation •Extendable with CAPI (Coherent Application Processor Interface)* Power Scale out Systems with choice of UNIX, Linux and IBM i
  29. 29. © 2014 IBM Corporation 29 POWER7 I/O Bridge GX Bus PCIe G2 PCI Device PCIe G3 PCI Device Native PCIe Gen 3 Support • Direct processor integration • Replaces proprietary GX/Bridge • Low latency • Gen3 x16 bandwidth (16 Gb/s) POWER8 IBM Confidential POWER8 Integrated PCI Gen 3
  30. 30. © 2014 IBM Corporation 30  Attach TMS Flash to POWER8 via CAPI coherent Attach  Issues Read/Write Commands from applications to eliminate 97% of code pathlength  Saves 20-30 Cores per 1M IOPs Pin buffers, Translate, Map DMA, Start I/O Application LVM Disk & Adapter DD Read/Write Syscall strategy() iodone( ) FileSystem strategy() iodone() Interrupt, unmap, unpin,Iodone scheduling < 500 Instructions Application Posix Async I/O Style API User Library Shared Memory Work Queue aio_read() aio_write() 20K Instructions CAPI Attached Flash Optimization
  31. 31. © 2014 IBM Corporation 31 This is an IBM internal study designed to replicate a typical IBM customer workload usage in the marketplace. The results were obtained under laboratory conditions, and not in an actual customer environment. IBM's 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. Prices, where applicable, are based on published US list prices for both IBM and competitor, and the cost calculation compares the cost per request for the 3yr life of the machine. 3 year total cost of acquisition comparisons are based on similar expected hardware, software, service & support offerings 183,800 User Interactions per second WebSphere on platform Database off platform $3.09 per UI per sec DB2 Power S824 AIX WAS 2S/24 Core POWER8 (3.525 GHz) PowerVM HP - ProLiant DL380p Gen8 6 VMs DB2 2S/24 Core Ivy Bridge-EP (2.7 GHz) 85,939 WebSphere on platform Database off platform $5.84VMware ESXi User Interactions per second per UI per sec 8 VMs RHEL WAS AIX WAS AIX WAS AIX WAS RHEL WAS RHEL WAS RHEL WAS AIX ….. ….. 2.1x Faster 47% Lower cost per UI per sec Web Application Online Banking Workload v3.6 Both Servers configured to achieve maximum throughput NO trade-offs: 2x Throughput at Half the Cost of x86 POWER8 Delivers Over TWICE the Throughput Relative to Ivy Bridge-EP at 47% Lower Cost for an Online Banking Workload
  32. 32. © 2014 IBM Corporation32 Over 2x better, 24 core performance than nearest x86 competitive results Up to 2x greater performance than previous POWER generation Exploiting more cores, more threads and L3 cache than past POWER platforms 2x (1.0) IBM Power System S824 on the two-tier SAP SD standard application benchmark running SAP enhancement package 5 for the SAP ERP 6.0 application; 4 processors / 24 cores / 96 threads, POWER8; 3.52GHz, 512 GB memory, 21,212 SD benchmark users, running AIX® 7.1 and DB2® 10.5, dialog response: 0.98 seconds, line items/hour: 2,317,330, dialog steps/hour: 6.952,000 SAPS: 115,870 database response time (dialog/update): 0.011 sec / 0.019sec, CPU utilization: 99%, Certification #: * Results valid as of 3/24/14. * Certification # 2014016. Source: http://www.sap.com/benchmark. (1.1) Fujitsu RX300 S8 on the two-tier SAP SD standard application benchmark running SAP enhancement package 5 for the SAP ERP 6.0 application; 2 processors / 24 cores / 48 threads. Intel Xeon E5-2697 processor 2.70 GHz, 256 GB memory, 10.240 SD benchmark users, running Windows Server 2012 SE and SQL Server 2012, Certification #: 2013024 (1.2) Cisco UCS c240 M3 on the two-tier SAP SD standard application benchmark running SAP enhancement package 5 for the SAP ERP 6.0 application; 2 processors / 24c ores / 48 threads. Intel Xeon E5-2697 processor 2.70 GHz, 256 GB memory, 10.045 SD benchmark users, running Windows Server 2012 DE and SQL Server 2012, Certification #: 2013038 (1.3) HP ProLiant BL460c Gen8 on the two-tier SAP SD standard application benchmark running SAP enhancement package 5 for the SAP ERP 6.0 application; 2 processors / 24 cores / 48 threads. Intel Xeon E5-2697 processor 2.70 GHz, 256 GB memory, 10.025 SD benchmark users, running Windows Server 2012 DE and SQL Server 2012, Certification #: 2013025 (2.1 IBM Flex System p270 Compute Node on the two-tier SAP SD standard application benchmark running SAP enhancement package 5 for the SAP ERP 6.0 application; 4 processors / 24 cores / 96 threads, POWER7+; 3.4GHz, 256 GB memory, 12.528 SD benchmark users, running AIX® 7.1 and DB2® 10 .5 Certification #: 3012019 Source: http://www.sap.com/benchmark. (1.1)IBM Flex System p260 on the two-tier SAP SD standard application benchmark running SAP enhancement package 5 for the SAP ERP 6.0 application; 2 processors / 16 cores / 64 threads, POWER7+; 4.1GHz, 256 GB memory, 10,000 SD benchmark users, running AIX® 7.1 and DB2® 10, Certification #: 2012035 Transaction Processing Workload – SAP S&D 2-tier ERP 6 IBM Power System S824 with DB2 10.5 vs.. Competition
  33. 33. © 2014 IBM Corporation 33  POWER8 S822L will deliver over 2x the performance of the best published x86 system … and continues to offer far superior RAS  POWER8 exploits additional cores, more threads, larger caches, memory bandwidth  Terasort is a popular benchmark to measure the performance of a Hadoop solution  Sorts a large dataset (10 TB) in parallel  Exercises the Map-reduced framework and Hadoop Distributed File System (HDFS) IBM Analytics Stack: IBM Power System S822L; 24 cores / 192 threads, POWER8; 3.0GHz, 512 GB memory, RHEL 6.5, InfoSphere BigInsights 3.0 http://www.cisco.com/en/US/solutions/collateral/ns340/ns517/ns224/ns944/le_tera.pdf 2x POWER8 delivers 2x performance on Big Data / Hadoop Terasort benchmark on a POWER8 doubles the system capacity of the best x86 published result
  34. 34. © 2014 IBM Corporation 34 System Performance Utilization Guarantee When a Client acquires a POWER8 one or two-socket server and the Client runs eligible workloads, IBM guarantees the system will perform as warranted with a System Utilization Rate of up to 65%. Should the Client not be able to achieve 65% system utilization rate, assuming there is sufficient work to drive the machine to 65% utilization, IBM will assist with the attainment of 65% system utilization rate, at no additional cost. System Performance Utilization IBM has designed these POWER8 systems to operate at industry-leading levels of efficiency, guaranteeing the system will perform as warranted while at a sustained 65% utilization -- a rate higher than common competitive platform utilization levels The IBM POWER8 one or two-socket server (the “POWER8 Server”) must be purchased from IBM or an authorized IBM Business Partner prior to December 31, 2014, provided that the combined transaction price (not including taxes and fees) of the POWER8 Server purchased with other IBM hardware, IBM software, IBM maintenance, and IBM services must be US $150,000 or greater. Eligible workloads are AIX, Linux, or IBM i workloads, or any combination of the three, on PowerVM. Guarantee Period - ninety (90) calendar days following the Date of Installation of the Eligible Machine. System Performance Guarantee Requirements - Client implements each of the requirements set forth in the “POWER8 Performance Guarantee Requirements. Common x86 utilization levels assessed by 3rd party analysis. POWER8 Performance Utilization Guarantee
  35. 35. © 2014 IBM Corporation 35 Source: Capacity based on IBM Sizing of typical SPECint_rate landscape and 3rd party analysis of system utilization. Current Configuration  100 2-socket x86 servers  Xeon X5690 processor  12 cores per server, 2 threads per core  3.46 GHz  1200 total cores Ivy Bridge Configuration  69 2-socket x86 servers  Xeon E5-2697 v2 processor  24 cores per server, 2 threads per core  2.8 GHz  1656 total cores 1.5X increased throughput Per-core SW Costs INCREASE 34%!!! Current x86 Platform (circa 2011) POWER8 DELIVERS EQUAL CAPACITY with 1/3 of the Servers (LOWER MANAGEMENT COSTS) 1/3 of the Cores (LOWER SW COSTS) 1/3 of the Space (LOWER INFRASTRUCTURE COSTS) ALL for <50% of the x86 HW TCA POWER8 Platform (2014) New x86 Platform (2014) Per-core SW Costs DECREASE up to 54%!!! Power S822L Configuration  23 2-socket POWER8 servers  POWER8 processor  24 cores per server, 8 threads per core  3.0 GHz  552 total cores Intel: Reduce HW infrastructure in a virtualized environment but increase per-core SW costs… POWER8: Reduce HW infrastructure EVEN MORE and REDUCE per-core SW costs up to 54%
  36. 36. © 2014 IBM Corporation 36 Source: Capacity based on IBM Sizing of typical SPECint_rate landscape and 3rd party analysis of system utilization. Current Configuration  100 2-socket x86 servers  Xeon X5690 processor  12 cores per server, 2 threads per core  3.46 GHz  1200 total cores Ivy Bridge Configuration  69 2-socket x86 servers  Xeon E5-2697 v2 processor  24 cores per server, 2 threads per core  2.8 GHz  1656 total cores 1.5X increased throughput Per-core SW Costs INCREASE 34%!!! Current x86 Platform (circa 2011) POWER8 DELIVERS EQUAL CAPACITY with 1/3 of the Servers (LOWER MANAGEMENT COSTS) 1/3 of the Cores (LOWER SW COSTS) 1/3 of the Space (LOWER INFRASTRUCTURE COSTS) ALL for <50% of the x86 HW TCA POWER8 Platform (2014) New x86 Platform (2014) Per-core SW Costs DECREASE up to 54%!!! Power S822L Configuration  23 2-socket POWER8 servers  POWER8 processor  24 cores per server, 8 threads per core  3.0 GHz  552 total cores Intel: Reduce HW infrastructure in a non-virtualized environment but increase per-core SW costs… POWER8: Reduce HW infrastructure EVEN MORE and REDUCE per-core SW costs up to 74%
  37. 37. © 2014 IBM Corporation Power Integrated Facility for Linux 37 Flexible, affordable, high-performance capacity for Linux applications • Simplify operations and reduce complexity by co-locating applications on a more scalable and reliable server • Streamline access to data and applications via secure, high-performance virtual networking • Grow seamlessly and accelerate deployment of new applications and services • Share bandwidth and instantly adjust system resources to maximize utilization and lower cost • Reduce overhead by leveraging existing production and disaster recovery infrastructure Power IFL Virtual stack consisting of : 4 x CUoD core activations 32 GB CUoD memory activations 4 x PowerVM for PowerLinux license entitlement Scales in increments of 4 cores Available on Power 770, 780 & 795
  38. 38. © 2014 IBM Corporation 38 WWW 10Gb Uplink POWER8 Server Flash Array w/ up to 40TB Differentiated NoSQL (POWER8 + CAPI Flash) Infrastructure Attributes - 192 threads in 4U Server drawer - 40 TB of memory based Flash per 4U Drawer - Shared Memory & Cache for dynamic tuning - Elimination of I/O and Network Overhead - Cluster solution in a box 5X Cost Reduction with equivalent performance WWW 500GB Cache Node500GB Cache Node500GB Cache Node500GB Cache Node500GB Cache Node500GB Cache Node Backup Node Load Balancer Today’s NoSQL in memory (x86) 10Gb Uplink Infrastructure Requirements - Large Distributed (Scale out) - Large Memory per node - Networking Bandwidth Needs - Load Balancing Power CAPI-attached Flash model for NoSQL offers dramatic (24:1) density advantage Differentiation of NoSQL’s on POWER8 w/CAPI: 5X cost reduction

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