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En dynamisk infrastruktur stiller krav om hybride løsninger med et centraliseret system management. Derfor udgør IBM System z et væsentligt element i en Cloud-løsning. Lær hvordan, man håndterer en …

En dynamisk infrastruktur stiller krav om hybride løsninger med et centraliseret system management. Derfor udgør IBM System z et væsentligt element i en Cloud-løsning. Lær hvordan, man håndterer en dynamisk infrastruktur i skyen.

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  • 1. Hybrid Cloud Computing Per Rosenquist IT specialist zChampion, IBM
  • 2. IBM Cloud Computing Hybrid Cloud Computing Per Rosenquist IBM STG IBM Software Dag 2010 rosenp@dk.ibm.com IBM Software Dag 2010 © 2010 IBM Corporation
  • 3. IBM Cloud Computing Agenda Cloud computing IBM and Cloud computing zEnterprise Cloud computing on IBM new zEnterprise – Heterogenous Cloud in a Box © 2010 IBM Corporation 54 IBM Software Dag 2010
  • 4. IBM Cloud Computing © 2010 IBM Corporation 55 IBM Software Dag 2010
  • 5. IBM Cloud Computing © 2010 IBM Corporation 56 IBM Software Dag 2010
  • 6. IBM Cloud Computing © 2010 IBM Corporation 57 IBM Software Dag 2010
  • 7. IBM Cloud Computing The technology building blocks aren't new. What is new is their amalgamation along with a new business model © 2010 IBM Corporation 58 IBM Software Dag 2010
  • 8. IBM Cloud Computing © 2010 IBM Corporation 59 IBM Software Dag 2010
  • 9. IBM Cloud Computing IBM’s Cloud offerings aligned to delivery approaches Provided as services Resources IBM Smart Business Storage Cloud Pre-integrated systems IBM Smart Analytics Cloud for System z Software, hardware and appliances Resources IBM Smart Business Development and services Resources IBM CloudBurst and Test Cloud IBM Systems Director IBM Information Archive IBM Computing on Demand (IBM VMControl Cloud) IBM Scale out Network Solution Edition for Cloud IBM LotusLive, iNotes (IBM Cloud) Attached Storage (SONAS) Computing (System z) IBM Smart Business Development and Test on the IBM Cloud Virtualized Server and Storage Systems IBM Smart Business Desktop Cloud Cloud Computing IBM Smart Business Desktop Infrastructure Workshop Cloud on the IBM Cloud (STG Lab Services) IBM Information Protection Tivoli Service Automation Services (IBM Cloud) Manager © 2010 IBM Corporation 60 IBM Software Dag 2010
  • 10. IBM Cloud Computing © 2010 IBM Corporation 61 IBM Software Dag 2010
  • 11. System zTM IBM Cloud Computing System z Multidimensional Virtualization Technology Build-in and Shared Everything Architecture Most sophisticated and functionally complete hypervisors Able to host Linux, OpenSolaris, z/OS, and z/VM-on-z/VM Start Interpretive Highly granular resource sharing (less than 1% utilization) Execution (SIE) Intelligent and autonomic workload management Hardware assisted virtualization Shared executables and filesystems Less administration and reduced memory LPAR –PR/SM – SIE – EAL 5 Up to 60 Logical Partitions Resources can be over-committed CPU: up to 3:1 Memory 2 to 4:1 Internal high speed TCP/IP communication z/VM – SIE – EAL 4+ – 100s of Virtual Machines – Shared Memory Hipersocket, VLAN, Virtual Switches, Virtual Routers, Virtual Firewalls HW (LPAR) and SW (z/VM) hypervisors Linux virtual servers runs on bare metal but under control of hypervisor. Maximum security and capacity isolation between virtual Linux servers I/O is transparent to hypervisor Systems Technology Group IBM Systems © 2010 IBM Corporation 62 IBM Software Dag 2010
  • 12. System zTM IBM Cloud Computing System Design Affects Virtualization Capabilities Up to 336 I/O Processors System z packs a lot of compute No additional charge power into a single box for these processors With TCO-friendly pricing Up to 80-way SMP Share up to 80 processors with up to 60 LPARs 2 Standard Spare PUs Up to 11 System Assist Processors Offload system processing to dedicated CPUs (no impact to software license fees) Up to 16 Crypto Express2 CPUs High scale performance for SSL transactions IBM Systems © 2010 IBM Corporation 63 IBM Software Dag 2010
  • 13. System zTM IBM Cloud Computing System Design Affects Virtualization Capabilities Compare to typical UNIX Application Code system design... Up to 128-way SMP configuration I/O Device Cryptography Drivers CPUs licensed for software do a lot of other things too! OS and System Resource Mgmt IBM Systems © 2010 IBM Corporation 64 IBM Software Dag 2010
  • 14. IBM Cloud Computing Information technology today: Limitations Information technology today is limited by the technology and architecture Information technology today is limited by the technology and architecture configurations available. configurations available. Web Servers Security/Directory System z SSL/XML Servers Appliances Application Servers Routers Switches File/Print Business Intelligence Servers Servers Caching DS Servers Firewall Appliances Servers LAN Servers Business processes and the applications that support them are becoming more service oriented, modular in their construction, and integrated. The components of these services are implemented on a variety of architectures and hosted on heterogeneous IT infrastructures. Approaches to managing these infrastructures along the lines of platform architecture boundaries cannot optimize: alignment of IT with business objectives; responsiveness to change; resource utilization; business resiliency; or overall cost of ownership. Customers need better approach: The ability managing the IT infrastructure and Business Application as an integrated whole. © 2010 IBM Corporation 65 IBM Software Dag 2010
  • 15. IBM Cloud Computing Built on best-in-class systems and software technologies, IBM zEnterprise helps unify IT for predictable service delivery healthcare organizations demand. Three new innovations of IBM zEnterprise™ System IBM zEnterprise 196 (z196) zEnterprise Unified zEnterprise BladeCenter Resource Manager Extension (zBX) Optimized to host large-scale Unifies management of Selected IBM POWER7 blades database, transaction, and resources, extending IBM and IBM System x Blades* for mission-critical applications System z qualities of service tens of thousands of AIX and The most efficient platform end-to-end across workloads Linux applications for large-scale Linux Provides platform, hardware High-performance optimizers consolidation and workload management and appliances to accelerate Capable of massive scale-up time to insight and reduce cost Dedicated high-performance private network 66 * All statements regarding IBM future direction and intent are subject to change or withdrawal without notice, and represents goals and objectives only. © 2010 IBM Corporation 66 IBM Software Dag 2010
  • 16. IBM Cloud Computing Built on this construct -- zEnterprise -- Innovation at every level APP APP APP APP APP APP MIDDLEWARE Service Management MULTIPLE OPERATING SYSTEMS Linux on e.g., z/OS, z/TPF, z/VSE, z/VM, AIX Linux on z System x 1 VIRTUALIZATION Platform Management FIRMWARE System z Power System x1 IBM Appliances Hardware Management Focused, collaborative innovation A “complete systems” approach 1 All statements regarding IBM future direction and intent are subject to change or withdrawal without notice, and represents goals and objectives only. © 2010 IBM Corporation 67 IBM Software Dag 2010
  • 17. IBM Cloud Computing zEnterprise Unified Resource Management Our revolutionary management changes the game APP APP APP APP APP APP MIDDLEWARE MULTIPLE OPERATING SYSTEMS e.g., z/OS, z/TPF, z/VSE, z/VM, AIX Linux on Linux on z System x 1 VIRTUALIZATION zEnterprise Unified FIRMWARE Resource Manager System z Power System x1 IBM Appliances 1 All statements regarding IBM future direction and intent are subject to change or withdrawal without notice, and represents goals and objectives only. © 2010 IBM Corporation 68 IBM Software Dag 2010
  • 18. IBM Cloud Computing zEnterprise hardware management and platform Manager … value made possible by the Unified Resource management … Hypervisor Management Simplified installation Simplified installation Integrated deployment and Energy Management Simplified energy management of hypervisors of hypervisors Monitoring and trend reporting of CPU configuration of hypervisors Hypervisors (except z/VM) shipped and Gain significant time to Energyefficiency. energy cost savings Gain significant time to serviced as firmware. Static power savings market withofimproved market with improved Management ISO images. Ability to query maximum potential power. speed of deployment speed of deployment Creation of virtual networks. Manage and control communication Workload Awareness and between virtual server operating Hypervisors Energy systems and the hypervisor. Platform Performance Allow critical workloads to receive resources and Management Operational Controls Save time, cost and simplify priority based on goal- Wizard-driven management of asset management Auto-discovery and configuration oriented policies established resources in accordance with support for new resources. Operations Performance by business business service level specified requirements Decrease problem determination Cross platform hardware problem objectives and resolution time for cross- detection, reporting and call home. Smart business adjustments HMC provides a single platform resources Physical hardware configuration, based on workloadconsistent consolidated and insight backup and restore. Networks Virtual view of resources Improve and simplify cross- Servers Delivery of system activity using new platform availability procedures Provide deep insight into the Monitor resource use within user. context of a business workload how IT resources are being Enable broader and more HMC usedDefine workloads and associated performance granular view of resource policies consumption Gain flexibility, consistency and Virtual Server Lifecycle Management Network installed and configured network uniformity of virtualization Factory Management Single view of virtualization across platforms. Management of virtual networks including access control Provideto deploy multiple, cross-platform virtual Ability the business with faster time Improved network security with lower to servers within minutes market latency, less complexity, no Management of virtual networks including encryption/decryption access control Simplified network management for applications © 2010 IBM Corporation 69 IBM Software Dag 2010
  • 19. IBM Cloud Computing Putting zEnterprise System to the task Use the smarter solution to improve your application design System z Hardware Management Console (HMC) System z Host Select IBM Blades Optimizers IBM Smart Analytics Optimizer with Unified Resource Manager Future Offering Future Offering Linux Linux DataPower 1 z/TPF Linux on AIX on z/OS z/VSETM on on System x 1 POWER7 System System z z z/VM Blade Virtualization Blade Virtualization System z PR/SM™ z HW Resources Blade HW Resources Support Element zBX Private data network (IEDN) Unified Resource Private Management Network INMN Manager Private High Speed Data Network IEDN Customer Network 1 All statements regarding IBM future direction and intent are subject to change or Customer Network withdrawal without notice, and represents goals and objectives only. © 2010 IBM Corporation 70 IBM Software Dag 2010
  • 20. IBM Cloud Computing IBM zEnterprise System: A revolutionary change has come to IT bringing a new dimension in computing Redefining IT frameworks to bring change to operational silos and extend System z governance to POWER7 and System x1 blades Driving business decisions based on insight rather than hindsight Improving agility to compete with consolidation and simplification Delivering consistent business controls across applications and platforms Focused on integration and collaboration to fuel business growth 1 All statements regarding IBM future direction and intent are subject to change or withdrawal without notice, and represents goals and objectives only. ZSP03394-USEN-00 © 2010 IBM Corporation 71 IBM Software Dag 2010
  • 21. IBM Cloud Computing WebSphere® DataPower® 1 Appliance in the zBX Purpose-built hardware for simplified deployment and hardened security What is it? How is it different? Security: VLAN support provides enforced isolation The IBM WebSphere DataPower appliance of network traffic with secure private networks. And (SOD)1 integrated in the zEnterprise System, integration with RACF security. can help simplify, govern, and enhance the Improved support: Monitoring of hardware with “call home” for current/expected problems and security of XML and IT services by providing support by System z Service Support Representative. connectivity, gateway functions, data transformation, protocol bridging, and System z packaging: Increased quality with pre- testing of blade and zBX. Upgrade history available intelligent load distribution. to ease growth. Guided placement of blades to optimize. Operational controls: Monitoring rolled into System z environment from single console. Time synchronization with System z. Consistent change management with Unified Resource Manager. 1 All statements regarding IBM future direction and intent are subject to change or withdrawal without notice, and represents goals and objectives only. © 2010 IBM Corporation 72 IBM Software Dag 2010
  • 22. IBM Cloud Computing zEnterprise – Heterogenous Cloud in a Box Enterprise Solutions require a heterogeneous Ensemble Web Servers Integration provides reduction of complexity, SSL/XML Appliances System z improved resiliency, and lower cost of Security / Directory Servers ownership Routers Switches Application Servers zEnterprise will provide a cloud in a box with Firewall Servers Caching Appliances DS Servers File/Print appliances integrated Servers Application and Data Appliances Align the Cloud with the pace of business; dynamic, automated, policy-based resource LAN Servers deployment and optimization Cloudburst TSAM - TMP z Blade Extension with Director Advanced Management Virtual Machine Virtual Machine Virtual Machine Virtual Machine x86 Power Virtual Machine Linux Linux Linux zOS zOS zOS zOS zOS Linux Linux Linux AIX AIX AIX Linux Linux Linux AIX AIX AIX ISS Linux Linux Linux HMC AIX AIX AIX DP z/VM HPC DWA PR/SM xHyp pHyp xHyp pHyp Z CPU, Memory and IO xHyp pHyp SE SE AMM Note: All statements regarding IBM's plans, directions, and intent are subject to change or withdrawal without notice, and represent goals and objectives only. 73 © 2010 IBM Corporation 73 IBM Software Dag 2010
  • 23. IBM Cloud Computing Service levels to match your business needs Increased flexibility for your multi-architecture strategy when data is on z/OS zEnterprise System Extreme scalability and performance for Extreme consolidation of transaction processing servers and networking and data serving Superior levels of virtual High availability and Expanded ISV support server provisioning, cross-system scalability monitoring and workload with Parallel Sysplex® and TCO for enterprise applications management GDPS Industry-best virtual I/O Focus Silo managed islands of computing Targeted for bandwidth and reliability Leading policy-based capacity provisioning and applications that interact Fewer components and Less dynamic than z workload management with mainframe data reduced complexity virtualization and transactions System z qualities of Pervasive, high- dynamic resource performance security Minimal resource Provisioned and support management and sharing with z managed by System z capacity-on-demand resources Seamless integration with z/OS backup and disaster recovery solutions z/OS Linux on z/VM® Select IBM Blades in zBX Distributed TCA Systems Focus LOWER SCALABILITY, SECURITY, HIGHER DYNAMIC WORKLOAD MANAGEMENT © 2010 IBM Corporation 74 IBM Software Dag 2010
  • 24. IBM Cloud Computing © 2010 IBM Corporation 75 IBM Software Dag 2010
  • 25. IBM Cloud Computing © 2010 IBM Corporation 76 IBM Software Dag 2010