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Future of Power: PowerLinux - Jan Kristian Nielsen
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Future of Power: PowerLinux - Jan Kristian Nielsen
Future of Power: PowerLinux - Jan Kristian Nielsen
Future of Power: PowerLinux - Jan Kristian Nielsen
Future of Power: PowerLinux - Jan Kristian Nielsen
Future of Power: PowerLinux - Jan Kristian Nielsen
Future of Power: PowerLinux - Jan Kristian Nielsen
Future of Power: PowerLinux - Jan Kristian Nielsen
Future of Power: PowerLinux - Jan Kristian Nielsen
Future of Power: PowerLinux - Jan Kristian Nielsen
Future of Power: PowerLinux - Jan Kristian Nielsen
Future of Power: PowerLinux - Jan Kristian Nielsen
Future of Power: PowerLinux - Jan Kristian Nielsen
Future of Power: PowerLinux - Jan Kristian Nielsen
Future of Power: PowerLinux - Jan Kristian Nielsen
Future of Power: PowerLinux - Jan Kristian Nielsen
Future of Power: PowerLinux - Jan Kristian Nielsen
Future of Power: PowerLinux - Jan Kristian Nielsen
Future of Power: PowerLinux - Jan Kristian Nielsen
Future of Power: PowerLinux - Jan Kristian Nielsen
Future of Power: PowerLinux - Jan Kristian Nielsen
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Future of Power: PowerLinux - Jan Kristian Nielsen

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IBM Future of Power 04.09.13

IBM Future of Power 04.09.13

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  • 1. © 2013 IBM Corporation1 Title of presentation goes here PowerLinux - et godt alternativ til nuværende infrastruktur. Jan Kristian Nielsen jankn@dk.ibm.com 28803310
  • 2. © 2013 IBM Corporation2 Next Gen Applications Big Data & Analytics Cognitive computing Open Platform for Choice Leveraging 3rd Party ISVs and IBM SWG Ecosystem • Power + DB2 Blu + Flash • New workloads • Industry solutions • Watson: Linux on Power • Inspire to innovate • Art of the possible • Choice and flexibility • Linux, AIX, IBM i • Available on premise or through the cloud The Power Systems brand identity OpenPOWER Consortium
  • 3. © 2013 IBM Corporation3 Starting in 2001 IBM invested $1 billion in Linux Our leadership in Linux and the Open Community has made Linux an ongoing competitive choice for our clients Enabling IBM products 2005–2006 Application and data serving Mainstream for IBM 2010… Next-generation workloads 2000 2002 2004 2006 2008 2010 Making Linux better 1999–2004 Edge and web infrastructure Core to the IBM business 2007–2009 Business-critical workloads Watson
  • 4. © 2013 IBM Corporation4 Linux on Power Systems combines the unparalleled performance of Power with the capabilities and cost effectiveness of Linux. IBM Power Systems are the ultimate systems for today’s compute-intensive workloads, delivering: • Dynamic efficiency, with intelligent, workload-based resource allocation • Business analytics—optimized for big data and compute-intensive applications • Enhanced compliance through automated, policy-based security Linux is a robust and uniquely extensible operating system built on open source innovation, delivering: • Significant cost savings • Uncompromising stability & security • Industry-leading flexibility and performance • Rich opportunities for innovation and enabling of new workloads Linux on Power Systems integrates these two powerful technologies to deliver the highest levels of: • Efficiency • Availability • Security • Reliability • Scalability • Cost savings
  • 5. © 2013 IBM Corporation5 Linux Announcements: delivering proof for the brand identity New Linux SWG and ISV Apps for Analytics, Database Cognos BI for Business Analytics EnterpriseDB Postgres Plus Advanced Server Open source-based database, enterprise performance, security Built-in Oracle compatibility and database migration toolkit Dramatically lower TCO (< 1/10th the cost of Oracle !) New Linux System for data intense and Java workloads IBM PowerLinux 7R4 Similar to Watson, built on 4-socket Power 750+ running Linux Java Application Workhorse with WebSphere Uncompromising Linux Database Server for Choice DB2 and Informix for clients standardizing on Linux Premier Analytics Engine for Linux Next Gen Applications Big Data & Analytics Cognitive computing Open Platform for Choice Statement of Direction • Integrated Facility for Linux (IFL) for Power 770, 780 & 795
  • 6. © 2013 IBM Corporation6 IBM PowerLinux PowerLinux must be more expensive than x86 Linux
  • 7. © 2013 IBM Corporation7 New Linux on Power Systems Offering Portfolio PowerLinux TM 7R2 PowerLinux TM 7R1 •1-socket, 2U •POWER7+ processor •Up to 8 cores •256 GB memory •Linux only •2-socket, 2U •POWER7+ processor •Up to 16 cores •512 GB memory •Linux only •4-socket, 5U •Up to 32 POWER7+ cores •1 TB memory •Hot-swap PCI adapters •Linux only PowerLinux TM 7R4 Power 770 IFL Power 780 IFL Power 795 IFL PowerLinux ITEs 1, 2 and 4-socket Power Enterprise IFLs PureFlex PureFlex Customers value cost of acquisition and scale-out Customers value enterprise class features, robustness and scale-up Customers value integrated infrastructure New Statement of Direction
  • 8. © 2013 IBM Corporation8 PowerLinux 7R1 PowerLinux 7R2 PowerLinux 7R4 Planar/ Form factor 1 Socket/ 2U 2 Socket/ 2U 4 Socket/5U Processor Offerings (SCM) 4-Core @ 3.6 GHz 6-Core @ 4.2 GHz 8-Core @ 4.2 GHz 16-Core @ 3.6 GHz 16-Core @ 4.2 GHz 32-core @ 3.5GHz* DDR3 Memory features 4 / 8 / 16 / 32 GB DIMMs 32GB to 256B 4 / 8 / 16 / 32 GB DIMMs 32GB to 512GB 8/16/32 GB 32GB to 1024GB Max Disk Drives ( sys unit +i/O drawer )/ storage 270/243TB ( L1T ) 378/ 340TB ( L2T ) 1320/ 1,171 TB Max. PCIe 12XI/O drdw N/A 2 ( L2T ) 4 Max. PCI slots ( system unit + 12X I/O drwrs ) 5 PCIe 5 + 20 PCIe ( L2T) 6 + 40 PCIe GX++ Slots One Two Two Intergrated Ethernet Required Quad Port 10/100/1000 in PCIe 4x slot 4 @1Gbps or 2 @10Gbps I/O Drawer N/A Up to TWO 12x-Attach I/O Up to Four 12x-Attach I/O Max Logical Partition ( 20 per core ) 160 320 640 Redundant Power/Cooling Option/Standard Standard/Standard Standard/Standard Integrated split backplane No No Yes EnergyScale Yes Warranty 3 years 3 years 3 years (via 1 + 2 similar to Power 750) Operating systems: SLES 11 SP2 and RHEL 6.4 or later System Software: PowerVM for PowerLinux included PowerLinux
  • 9. © 2013 IBM Corporation9 Flex System Building Blocks Compute Nodes Power 2S running Linux Storage Node V7000 Expansion inside or outside chassis Management Appliance Optional Networking 10/40GbE, FCoE, IB 8/16Gb FC Expansion PCIe Storage IBM PureFlex System (Express and Standard) Pre-configured, pre-integrated infrastructure systems with compute, storage, networking, physical and virtual management, and IBM Flex System Manager with integrated expertise. Chassis 14 half-wide bays for nodes Starts at Acquisition: A continuum of value from building blocks to systems Simplified experience for PowerLinux solutions Reduce time, effort and risk throughout the solution lifecycle Expert Integrated Systems Performed at IBM (Included in price) Hardware - Physical installation of Rack, Chassis, Switches, Storage, etc. - Cabling of hardware components FSM - Physical installation FSM Hardware - Installation FSM Software Storage - Configure Internal Storage (if ordered) - Configure V7000 (RAID, Arrays, Pools, LUNs, etc.) FC Switch - Configure FC Switch Zoning Virtualization - Install Virtualization SW (PowerVM including VIOS) - Deploy Virtualization Server(s)
  • 10. © 2013 IBM Corporation10 IBM PowerLinux Linux = x86 Who needs another Linux platform
  • 11. © 2013 IBM Corporation11 Why PowerLinux for Java & WebSphere Applications - Fewer servers support same # workloads, clients do more for less at comparable TCA IBM Linux Value-Add IBM Installation Toolkit SDK for PowerLinux Leadership workload performance • 36% better Java performance than best 4-socket HP Sandy Bridge • 39% better Java performance than best 40-core Westmere EX Vastly superior virtualized workload throughput 125% greater throughput from same # VMs running same workload Fewer servers support more workloads and greater throughput Exploit more threads and larger on chip cache • POWER7+ has 4 threads per core vs. Intel’s 2 threads per core • POWER7+ has 2.5x larger cache – exploit Java “pre-fetch” tuning Java apps exploit latest IBM JVM • Latest IBM JVM has been highly optimized for POWER7+ WebSphere Mobile and Web Application Solution • Quickly develop and deploy apps for iPhone, Android and Blackberry • Lightweight, fast, flexible & simplified WebSphere based Appl. Server Industry leading Java results Smartphone AppsOnline Auto Maint. SchedulingOnline Shopping PowerLinux Server (1/2/4 socket) Cloud Next Generation Java Application Server
  • 12. © 2013 IBM Corporation12 Additional SWG Apps available for Linux on Power by Usage • Big Data: InfoSphere BigInsights, InfoSphere Streams • Data services: DB2®, Informix, InfoSphere™ • Business application middleware: WebSphere Application Server, WAS Liberty Profile, WebSphere Process Server, WebSphere Commerce, … • Infrastructure services: WebSphere MQSeries®, WebSphere Message Broker, WebSphere Enterprise Service Bus, DB2 Connect™, FTP, NFS, DNS, Firewall, Proxy, • Development and test: e.g. of WebSphere®/Java or HPC applications – WAS Liberty Profile, Rational® ClearCase/Quality Manager/Team Concert, IBM XL C/C++, XL Fortran, ESSL (optimized math subroutine libraries for POWER7+) • Mobile – Worklight, WAS Liberty Profile, IBM Mobile Portal Accelerator • Social: WebSphere Portal, IBM Web Content Manager • Enterprise Content Management: IBM Web Content Manager, WebSphere Portal • High Availability, Security: Tivoli® System Automation for Multiplatforms, IBM Security Identity Manager • Smarter Solutions Source: IBM Market Intelligence Mar2012 Percentage of survey respondents 195 SWG Products available for Linux on Power today and growing each month.
  • 13. © 2013 IBM Corporation13 IBM PowerLinux All the apps run on x86 Linux How do I find which ones are available on PowerLinux ?
  • 14. © 2013 IBM Corporation14 PCI-e (opt disk) Drawer PowerVM for IBM PowerLinuxTM ISD VMControl for PowerLinuxTM IBM® Platform Computing™ Flex System p24L compute node EXP24S DASD Drawer Big Data Analytics Application Services Industry Application Solutions Servers • Linux only • Comparable pricing to x86 IBM PureFlexTM SystemPowerLinuxTM 7R4/ 7R2 / 7R1 Systems Software • Comparable pricing to x86 Strategic Solutions 1,600+2,500+ ISV Applications & IBM Software Open Source ApplicationsApplications & Solutions • Optimized for PowerLinux •Deliver new services faster •With higher quality •And superior economics • Web servers • Java appl. servers • Networking • Database • Development tools • Management tools InfoSphere BigInsights Powered by InfoSphere Streams 3 New Power7+ New Releases More Applications New WebSphere Solution New Platform Computing SDK Installation Toolkit IBM PowerLinux Solutions New POWER7+ servers, new solutions and more applications
  • 15. © 2013 IBM Corporation15 IBM PowerLinux Big Data Solution for InfoSphere BigInsights PowerLinux rack servers Exploit the same technology advantages as Watson Management Node Data Nodes BI / Reporting Exploration / Visualization Functional App Industry App Predictive Analytics Content Analytics Analytic Applications IBM Big Data Platform Systems Management Application Development Visualization & Discovery Accelerators Information Integration & Governance Stream Computing Data Warehouse * Hadoop System InfoSphere BigInsights for Hadoop-based Analytics Data-at-rest Analyze massive variety and volume of all data types Explore data to understand potential value to business
  • 16. © 2013 IBM Corporation16 IBM PowerLinux Big Data Solution for InfoSphere Streams BI / Reporting Exploration / Visualization Functional App Industry App Predictive Analytics Content Analytics Analytic Applications IBM Big Data Platform Systems Management Application Development Visualization & Discovery Accelerators Information Integration & Governance Hadoop System Data Warehouse Stream Computing PowerLinux rack servers OR Flex System Compute Node Exploit the advantages of POWER7 for InfoSphere Streams Data-in-motion Analyze streaming data with multiple data types Respond to millions of events per second as they happen InfoSphere Streams for Low-Latency Analytics
  • 17. © 2013 IBM Corporation17 Seamless optimization with IBM InfoSphere BigInsights Enhancements in performance, manageability, security, reliability, availability and serviceability Exploits threads • POWER7 has 4 threads per core vs. Intel’s 2 threads per core Require high throughput • POWER7+ has memory and I/O bandwidth (also key for Watson) Depend on Java applications • POWER7+ offers highly optimized JVM Require high I/O performance • POWER7+ servers deliver high I/O bandwidth Exploit parallel file system across multiple servers • HDFS today, plan to implement highly optimized IBM GPFS Perfect match for Apache Hadoop map/reduce framework Exploits massively parallel processing across Linux clusters Why PowerLinux for Big Data Analytics? IBMIBM PowerLinuxPowerLinux ServersServers IBM InfoSphere BigInsights Powered by IBM InfoSphere Streams 42% faster * * Tested using BigInsights v1.3 and 10-node POWER7 cluster running Linux Deliver New Services Faster Under 14 minutes to sort 1 terabyte of data based on initial lab results from IBM Research * Based on results from publicly available sources to sort 1 terabyte per the Sort Benchmark ‘rulebook’: ttp://sortbenchmark.org/Yahoo2009.pdf IBM source: http://domino.watson.ibm.com/library/CyberDig.nsf/1e4115aea78b6e7c85256b360066f0d4/f085753cf57c8c35852579e90050598f!OpenDocum ent&Highlight=0,rc25281 Cloudera source: http://www.slideshare.net/cloudera/hadoop-world-2011-hadoop-and-performance-todd-lipcon-yanpei-chen-cloudera
  • 18. © 2013 IBM Corporation18 IBM PowerLinux Integrated Facility for Linux (IFL)
  • 19. © 2013 IBM Corporation19 A virtual stack Linux engine using Capacity on Demand on Enterprise Servers (Power 770-795) Full virtual server bundle (4-core, 32GB, PowerVM EE license) Price aggressively vs. Linux stand-alone servers Available for Red Hat or SUSE Statement of Direction in 3Q with planned Announce/GA 4Q13 Encourage clients to leverage Power Architecture to deploy or consolidate Linux applications on enterprise- class Power servers New LOB, web or Analytics Linux workloads/infrastructure Consolidate older, underutilize x86/Linux servers Target new workloads not running on AIX or IBM i or workloads clients have declared are transitioning to Linux Multi-tier Business applications WebSphere, SAP, Java applications Business application middleware for web/mobile clients New Social / Mobile Applications Emerging workloads from Linux & Open community Big Data Analytics, Real-time, InfoSphere streams Integrated Facility for Linux (IFL) on Power 770, 780 & 795 Integrated Facility for Linux on Power 770, 780 & 795 IBM InfoSphere BigInsights Powered by Platform Symphony MapReduce Target Workloads *All statements regarding IBM's future direction and intent are subject to change or withdrawal without notice, and represent goals and objectives only. in 4Q13*
  • 20. © 2013 IBM Corporation20 Power IFL structure 32 GB Memory Act #xxxx per GB 4 x PowerVM EE License entitlement 4 x Power VM EE SWMA 4 x RedHat Linux SWMA Today 4 Processor Act #xxxx per core 2H13 : Power IFL Hard Bundle with 4 x Processor Activation feature + 32GB Memory activation + PVL Lic entltlement = New offering component/adjustment = Existing component, BAU or optional Single price Planned implementation 4Q13 • Feature delivers 4 Processor & 32GB Memory Activations– not physical hardware, e.g. processor cards/books/nodes • PowerVM EE License entitled for the Linux- exclusive cores on Power 770-795 • These license entitlements & corresponding SWMA PID may coexist with PowerVM EE (for AIX &/or IBM i) license & SWMA PIDs on a single system • Power clients agree to segregate # cores purchased with Linux activation feature in separate pool(s) from AIX and/or IBM I 4 processor activations 32 GB activations 4 PVM for Linux License Entitlements 4 x Power VM EE SWMA for Linux 4 x RedHat Linux SWMA *All statements regarding IBM's future direction and intent are subject to change or withdrawal without notice, and represent goals and objectives only. IFL processor poolAIX, IBM i, Linux shared pool
  • 21. © 2013 IBM Corporation21 Simpler entry level SAP solution for mid-size organizations SAP services faster With higher quality And superior economics How ? SAP workload optimization Secure, integrated h/w, s/w Greater throughput per server Migration services SAP services faster With higher quality And superior economics How ? SAP workload optimization Secure, integrated h/w, s/w Greater throughput per server Migration services Single virtualized PowerLinux 7RX, or two for HA or more users PowerVM for IBM PowerLinuxTM LPAR 1 DEV* LPAR 2 PRD */ The quality assurance client is also in the development system DEV. SAP ERP, and SAP Solution Mgr. RHEL® 5 and 6 or SLES 10 and 11 LPAR 3
  • 22. © 2013 IBM Corporation22 Customer solution delivered and integrated by IBM Reseller or Systems Integrator Solution building blocks provided by IBM, SAP and the Linux / Open Source Community Systems Software - PowerVM for IBM PowerLinuxTM - Linux OS: SUSE or Red Hat - IBM DB2 V9.7 installed with SAP products Storage - IBM V7000 – V3700 PowerLinux 7R2 - 250 user configurations (64 GB memory) - 500 user growth option (128 GB memory - Expand to two systems for availability or capacity Solution blueprint - SAP on PowerLinux Reference Architecture on SAP Community website - Getting Started Guide on ibm.com IBM Lab Services Jumpstarts - No-charge assessments, installation and PowerVM config. assistance, workload migration, skills transfer Demonstration for Business Partners POWER LPAR 3LPAR 2LPAR 1 LPAR 4 SAP Introduction: • Products, Landscape IBM Power Overview: • Hardware, Linux, Power Virtualization Hardware Management • HMC, IVM Reference architecture Monitoring • (HW, OS, SAP, DB) Storage Overview DB2 Overview Backup Outlook on scalability, virtualization options Dev. Single virtualized PowerLinux 7R2 or two for HA or more users DB Sol. Mgr SAP landscape - SAP ERP (ERP Central Component) - SAP Solution Manager Support up to 500 SAP users, affordable PowerLinux 7R2 with PowerVM and IBM DB2 Getting Started Guide Provides example configuration and set up steps on a PowerLinux 7R2 or p24L Compute Node • System resource allocation guidelines, storage options
  • 23. © 2013 IBM Corporation23 Power 8 - PowerLinux New base toolchain, based on GCC 4.8.1 and glibc 2.18 POWER8 enablement POWER8 Optimized scheduler POWER8 Transactional Memory enablement POWER8 Crypto Operations enablement POWER8 Fusion enablement POWER8 optimized system libraries GCC now defaults to -mcpu=power7 and -mtune=power8 GDB 7.6 OProfile 0.9.9 New Power 8 server + PureFlex node for Linux only.
  • 24. © 2013 IBM Corporation24 Benefit Feature Innovative New Workloads Linux / Open Source Flexible Virtualization Consolidation Capacity on Demand Robust POWER7+ Performance RAS Security Why Power Systems running Linux New devices & delivery models Ultimate Platform for Compute intensive workloads Data Explosion Transaction Processing Addressing client needs on a smarter planet
  • 25. © 2013 IBM Corporation25 Technical Collateral For porting applications to PowerLinux, leverage Porting to PowerLinux For best practices of tuning Java, reference Java Performance on POWER7 For performance tuning best practices, read the PowerLinux community wiki page Best Practices for Performance To learn how to build Hadoop for PowerLinux, see the Build Open Hadoop for POWER wiki page For documentation on how to leverage PowerVM effectively with SAP, see the SAP on PowerLinux Reference Architecture or the IBM Blueprint SAP 2-tier Sales and Distribution Tunings for Linux on POWER7. For a list of PowerLinux community experts and their contacts, see the Meet the Experts wiki page For a step-by-step setup guide of virtualized solutions, see the IBM Open Source Infrastructure Services Guides in the PowerLinux wiki. For information on PowerLinux applications, reference the HOWTO wiki page on Locating Applications for PowerLinux. For details on HOWTO obtain evaluation copies of RHEL and SLES, see the new wiki article Linux Evaluation Copies.
  • 26. © 2013 IBM Corporation26 Join Power in social media! Connect with Power on Linkedin: bit.ly/poweronlinkedin Like us on Facebook: bit.ly/poweronfacebook Watch us on YouTube: bit.ly/poweronyoutube Follow us on Twitter @IBMPowerSystems Twitter discussions: #Powersystems, #powerlinux, #bigdata, #analytics, #IBMWatson Tak for Jeres tid

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