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Fremtidens platform til koncernsystemer (IBM System z)
Fremtidens platform til koncernsystemer (IBM System z)
Fremtidens platform til koncernsystemer (IBM System z)
Fremtidens platform til koncernsystemer (IBM System z)
Fremtidens platform til koncernsystemer (IBM System z)
Fremtidens platform til koncernsystemer (IBM System z)
Fremtidens platform til koncernsystemer (IBM System z)
Fremtidens platform til koncernsystemer (IBM System z)
Fremtidens platform til koncernsystemer (IBM System z)
Fremtidens platform til koncernsystemer (IBM System z)
Fremtidens platform til koncernsystemer (IBM System z)
Fremtidens platform til koncernsystemer (IBM System z)
Fremtidens platform til koncernsystemer (IBM System z)
Fremtidens platform til koncernsystemer (IBM System z)
Fremtidens platform til koncernsystemer (IBM System z)
Fremtidens platform til koncernsystemer (IBM System z)
Fremtidens platform til koncernsystemer (IBM System z)
Fremtidens platform til koncernsystemer (IBM System z)
Fremtidens platform til koncernsystemer (IBM System z)
Fremtidens platform til koncernsystemer (IBM System z)
Fremtidens platform til koncernsystemer (IBM System z)
Fremtidens platform til koncernsystemer (IBM System z)
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Fremtidens platform til koncernsystemer (IBM System z)

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Efter 22. juli 2010 vil verden se anderledes ud – i hvert fald hvis man er en koncern med mange sammensatte systemer. Lær mere om IBM’s teknologiske gennembrud inden for System z, der kan forenkle og …

Efter 22. juli 2010 vil verden se anderledes ud – i hvert fald hvis man er en koncern med mange sammensatte systemer. Lær mere om IBM’s teknologiske gennembrud inden for System z, der kan forenkle og optimere dine systemer yderligere og skabe større forretningsværdi. Præsentationen er relevant for såvel nye brugere, som for dem der har anvendt System z i flere år.

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  • x86 “RAS” typically requires extra hardware and system setup for failover. RAIM - there is logic on the processor chip associated with RAIM
  • z/OS XL C/C++ Standards compliant C/C++ compilers to support porting code METAL C compiler option to support low-level programming Enterprise COBOL for z/OS Support for modernization of applications (XML support and Java™ support) Integration with middleware such as CICS, DB2, and IMS Enterprise PL/I for z/OS Facilitates repurposing of existing business processes into new business models Integration with IBM middleware (CICS, DB2, and IMS) 135 new/changed instructions 30 high-word facility 12 interlock-update facility 6 load/store –on-condition facility 22 distinct-operands facility 1 population-count facility 51 enhanced-floating point facility 7 MSA-X4 facility 6 Miscellaneous
  • This chart shows the relative performance of WebSphere Version 7 for z/OS running the DayTrader 2.0 benchmark (JPA 2.0) on zEnterprise hardware compared to z10. The chart has 3 bars which demonstrates both the hardware and software performance improvements possible for applications running on zEnterprise and that exploit the caching capabilities of WebSphere Version 7 and the WebSphere Version 7 Feature Pack.. The chart has 3 bars: The first bar is the DayTrader application running without any data caching on Version 7 on z10 hardware. This is the baseline. The second bar shows the performance improvement due to the software. It is the DayTrader application running with data caching on Version 7 and the JPA Feature Pack. This improves performance by about 35%. The third bar is the improvement due to the hardware. It is exactly the same software configuration as the second bar but on the zEnterprise hardware. This improves performance another 43% over the second bar and 93% over the baseline. JPA is the Java EE standard for object-relational persistence and was first introduced as part of Java EE 5. JPA 2.0 (JSR-317) updates object-relational capabilities with important developer capabilities and enhancements. The WebSphere Application Server JPA implementation is based on Apache OpenJPA, a leading open source Java persistence framework. OpenJPA offers a powerful caching infrastructure. Applications that can exploit JPA caching can realize significant performance improvements. Caching optimizations are found in both the base WebSphere Version 7 releases as well as the Version 7 JPA Feature Pack. As is frequently the case, the degree of improvement depends on the application’s data reference patterns. In DayTrader case, about 30% of the software performance increase is due to performance improvements in the base V7 WebSphere release (ie V7.0.0.9), and another 5% is due to performance improvements in the JPA Feature Pack. Running the exact same WebSphere application and middleware on zEnterprise hardware alone yielded a 43% increase in performance.
  • Main Points: Customers are looking at workloads from the complete enterprise lifecycle regardless of the platform. When looking at software we must look at this complete lifecycle from customer requirements for that workload to designing, building, testing deploying, and optimizing the workload for optimal performance, efficiency, and cost. These new announcements provide benefits in each stage of the lifecycle. First, with looking at a fit for purpose strategy to ensure the right requirements are defined so that the right workload is placed on the right platform allowing for existing and new workloads to co-locate on the platform of choice. With our Rational developer tools, we enable customers to make the best utilization of skills, and resources to develop on modern platforms that save them time and money and make it easier to develop without worrying about which platform then need to develop the application on. Implementing and deploy workloads across heterogeneous environments can be difficult and sometimes impossible to manage. With SOA and implementation tools, we can now take applications and exploit them as services for reuse and sharing among applications. Managing the services is required in a heterogeneous environment. zManager assists in the management of zEnterprise but when you want to extend past the zEnterprise, you need products in our Tivoli line that helps you gain visibility, security, and automation with all the services in your enterprise. Lastly, with business rules, social collaboration, and advanced case management, we need to advance the business intelligence of the information and ensure we can make business decisions timely.
  • Main points…. In today's complex and rapidly evolving world, it's often impossible to deliver a single system or application that satisfies a constantly changing set of requirements across the entire value chain. The Rational Jazz collaboration platform and IBM Rational Team Concert encourages this collaboration. A unified team infrastructure including support for System z* and POWER7* processor-based systems helps streamline the entire application-development and deployment lifecycle across all zEnterprise operating environments. It helps unite the development silos with a common team-based programming and collaborative application lifecycle management solution across all zEnterprise environments. The new RTC 3.0 version now provides a single unifying platform for all zEnterpirse environments, including z/OS, AIX and Linux. Customer Example: Business challenge: SoforTe’s customers typically use development tools that are no longer supported and therefore have high maintenance costs. SoforTe wishes to help its customers modernize their environments by providing advice on new solutions and developing interfaces between products to easily integrate new solutions into its customers’ environments. “ Based on the Eclipse standard, the open Rational Jazz® platform, the use of Rational Developer for System z, and Rational Team Concert for System z have provided a 15 to 20 percent more productive System z application development environment.” — Udo Partsch, Application Development Manager, SorforTe Solution: SoforTe chose to implement IBM Rational Developer for System z v7.6 on an IBM System z10 Business Class server to provide a powerful development environment for its customers. By combining RDz and Rational Team Concert for System z, the solution enables SoforTe’s customers to easily integrate their existing software configuration management into a flexible and productive development environment. Benefits: More effective and productive teamwork Transparent work item management processing across all IT roles Easy-to-use GUI with familiar look and feel Development across multiple languages, enabling developers to move between languages Some Background What’s new: Single integrated multi-platform product Advanced dependency analysis and build capabilities Deployment capability ISPF client Integrated with other Jazz products Features / Business Value: Lower software costs Consolidate platform specific change management and source control systems into a single solution Agile integrated planning and processes Client Benefits: Lower acquisition and total cost of ownership Better productivity Better quality Improved governance Announce Date Nov. 9 (eGA 12/10)
  • Main point While ISPF was great 30 years ago, we know modern GUI tools often used in distributed environments are far more efficient. These tools have been used in high schools, colleges and universities for many years, so younger developers can more easily adopt them and quickly become proficient. There are modern GUI tools for the mainframe, but many mainframe customers simply are unaware of them and the efficiency gains they offer. Rational tools for software development can help streamline the multi-platform application development, debugging and deploying applications in this heterogeneous zEnterprise environment. The new Rational Developer for zEnterprise v8.0 simplifies the edit, compile, debug and test cycle, even when running in a multiplatform environment. Typically this type of capability would require multiple point tools, runtimes, separate development staff and duplicate, or worse, different processes–creating a lot of redundancy and support overhead, not to mention extra licensing costs. Customers can realize significant productivity and efficiency gains through this standard development and unit-test environment for z/OS, Linux, AIX* and other platforms. Some more background What’s new: Platform development support including Power, System z, and EGL Productivity enhancing tools for application development and maintenance Web service creation scenarios across hardware systems Faster code validation and creation than traditional mixed development tools Better performance for system access and task completion Features / Business Value: Faster code creation with embedded code creation templates, compare editors, real-time code validation, and integrated editors for a modern development experience Cross-platform debugging including z/OS, Linux for System z, Power, and xSeries Increased usability for typical development operations cuts development time Client Benefits: Enhanced developer productivity Faster time-to-market Increased application quality Lower development cost Announce Date Oct. 26 (eGA 12/3)
  • Main Point The new Rational Asset Analyzer v6.0 now integrates with WebSphere ILOG Business Rules Management System 7.0. With Rational Asset Analyzer, Version 6, customers can reduce the complexity of software development projects by providing your designers and analysts with access to up-to-date knowledge of application components, their structures, relationships and interactions with the data. Armed with this information, your staff can more easily supplement outdated or nonexistent documentation with the newest application changes. And, with the same application knowledge available to all team members, you can improve process and team efficiency throughout the development lifecycle. The Rational Asset Analyzer products also help improve team understanding and communication through customized, annotated metadata gathered through comprehensive scanning processes and compiled in an IBM DB2® data server. Enables you to gather and work with knowledge about application structure, embedded business rules, relationships, control flows and interdependencies with the databases, transactions and batch jobs Helps identify the business rules in an application and where those rules are in the source enabling them to be extracted and managed in a business rules management system like ILOG JRules Improves process and team efficiency by making the same application knowledge available to all team members in a shared repository accessible through web and Eclipse interfaces Provides interactive textual and graphic displays that can improve understanding of mainframe and distributed assets and their relationships and help shorten the learning curve for new and experienced developers WebSphere ILOG Business Rules for z/OS GA OCT 15 Our customers asked for smarter application design choices. They are having to make critical rules decisions much too early, prior to the design stage. Not only will WebSphere ILOG Business Rules for z/OS help customers to make rules deployment choices sensibly during the design cycle but this integrated bundle combines functionality from several products into one, low-cost package! About half the price of previous separate offerings. Built for the hybrid environment of the zEnterprise, WebSphere ILOG Business Rules for z/OS allows customers to author once, manage centrally, and deploy anywhere. Specifically, WebSphere ILOG Business Rules for z/OS offers: COBOL and Java deployment for incremental modernisation of existing CICS, IMS and batch applications without a complete re-write and incrementally modernize existing z applications. ILOG BRMS components include web based and desktop productivity tool based business user rule management environments, high-performance runtime environments for Java, COBOL , multi-locale rule management support + fully localized rule languages. What’s new: Business Rule Modernization in concert with ILOG BRMS RDz Remote Project Support RESTful access to RAA data including reporting via Cognos and Rational Insight Significant performance improvement especially in Java analysis Expanded license support (Floating User and Token) Enhanced Web user experience introducing Web 2.0 technologies Features / Business Value: Making Business Rules an integral part of the application understanding and analysis solution Providing a comprehensive analysis solution for the Rational IDE user Allowing the analysis results to be an accessible business asset Client Benefits: Providing greater license flexibility with expanded options and consistent enforcement Delivering an integrated solution for Business Rule Modernization from IBM Improving project planning effectiveness and lowering business risk Improving Application Development responsiveness to business needs through more effective
  • Main points: Customers across industries including Swiss Re, ABSA bank, Principal Financial Group, LVM and others need to process more data in shrinking batch windows run more 24x7 batch and OLTP consolidate their batch applications, development and operations across the enterprise to save cost and leverage existing Java and Cobol assets for new batch workloads. Our offerings address these pain points by providing an integrated solution across the entire life-cycle of batch applications for customers. We have a Common batch container and programming model across our WebSphere Compute Grid, WebSphere and CICS runtime. The Rational tools ease development of new applications and edit JCLs, and Tivoli Workload Scheduler provides the management and operations of these batch workloads. . Use WebSphere MQ File Transfer Edition to convert payload between files and messages. ANNC OCT 5/ GA NOV 19
  • Main points: Customers who use web-based files such as legal files, patient records, CAD files, news copy, and multimedia told us they have a hard time managing audits, file transfers, and transporting data between applications that are file-driven and messaging enabled. We delivered end-to-end file transfer trail tracking, the ability to consolidate files transfer and message transfer in one single layer, and a simpler, faster way to handle batch processing. WebSphere MQ File Transfer Edition V7 ANNC OCT 5/GA NOV 19
  • IBM CONFIDENTIAL UNTIL ANNOUNCEMENT Main points: Based on IBM labs tests and some early beta customer experiences, IBM has exceeded this objective and delivered the most aggressive performance improvements of any DB2 release in the last 20 years. As many of these improvements are down to internal DB2 code optimization and exploitation of the latest System z hardware instructions, most customers can expect to see CPU savings of 5-10% in their main DB2 workload without any application changes3 being required. Customers running the following types of workload can expect even bigger CPU savings:  Workloads previously constrained due to a lack of virtual storage in DB2 Version 8 or Version 9.  Distributed applications connecting to DB2 via the DRDA protocol (e.g. SAP).  Workloads using native SQL stored procedures. Efficiency enhancements with commonly-used functions4 have shown CPU cost reductions of up to 20% during initial IBM labs testing.  Workloads with heavy concurrent insert activity, especially sequential insert where rows are inserted sequentially where savings of 5-40% have been observed in the labs.  Complex query workloads, where up to 20% CPU reduction has been observed with no change to the access path. Greater savings are possible where a more efficient access path is selected. (All of these figures assume an upgrade from DB2 9 to DB2 10. For those customers considering a move directly from DB2 Version 8 to DB2 105, the net impact could be even bigger ) Time Travel Temporal Many IT systems need to keep some form of historical information in addition to the current status for a given business object. For example, a financial institution may need to retain the previous addresses of a customer as well as the one they are currently living at, and know what address applied at any given time. Equally, an insurance company may need to know what level of cover was in place two months ago when a claim was made. Previously, these kinds of requirements would have required the DBA and application developers to spend valuable time creating and testing the code and associated database design to support the historical perspective, while minimizing any performance impact. The new temporal data support in DB2 10 provides this functionality as part of the core database engine. The DBA indicates which tables/columns require temporal support when they are created, and DB2 will automatically maintain the history whenever an update is made to the data. Elegant SQL support allows the developer to query the database with an “as of” date, which will return the information that was current at the specified time. DB2 maintains a separate “history table” for updated rows in a temporal table. This is completely transparent to the developer, who codes SQL against the main table as usual. When a row is updated, DB2 will store a version of the old row in the history table before updating the current row in the main table. Similarly, when a row is deleted it is first copied to the history table before being removed from the main table. DB2 maintains system timestamps (the SYS_START and SYS_END columns shown) to record the period during which a given version of the row was current Announce: Oct 19 General Availability of DB2 10 for z/OS Worldwide availability October 22, 2010 Largest Beta Ever 23 WW customers +10 Extended Beta Over 80 vendors Beta Focus Areas Stability / regression Performance & virtual storage New function In every new release there are some features which appeal to certain customers more than others. For DB2 10, every beta customer has said they will move to this version, which is unprecedented. Improved operational efficiency for out-of-the-box savings Version 10 delivers great value by reducing CPU usage. Compared to previous releases of DB2 for z/OS, most customers can achieve out-of-the-box CPU savings of five to ten percent for traditional workloads and up to 20 percent for some workloads. DB2 reduces CPU usage by optimizing processor times and memory access, leveraging the latest processor improvements, larger amounts of memory, solid-state drives, and z/OS enhancements. Improved scalability and constraint relief can add to the savings. Productivity improvements for database and systems administrators can drive even more savings. In Version 10, performance improvements focus on reducing CPU processing time without causing significant administration or application changes. Most performance improvements are implemented by simply migrating to Version 10 and rebinding. You gain significant performance improvements from distributed data facility (DDF) optimization, buffer pool enhancements, parallelism enhancements, and more. Most customers should see 5% - 10% CPU reduction out of the box after rebinding. Some workloads and customer situations can reduce CPU time more. While versions 3, 4, 5, 6, and 7 generally increased CPU times by a small amount, less than 5%, version 8 increased CPU time by 5% to 10% for most customers. DB2 9 often reduced CPU a little or increased very little (less than 2%). New function, improved scalability, and faster hardware compensated for the increases in CPU time. Using the new function could change the increases into reductions, particularly with DB2 V8 and multi-row fetch. Early DB2 10 performance benchmarking and customer experience has shown that most customers can expect to get 5% to 10% CPU reduction after rebinding. Some customers will get more and some less. Some situations can reduce CPU time more than that. Customers who have scalability issues, such as virtual storage constraints or latching can see higher improvements. Opportunities for tuning can take advantage of memory improvements. High volume, short-running distributed transactions can take advantage of CPU reductions, using release deallocate. Concurrent sequential insert can be reduced from 5% - 40%. Queries can be improved as much as 20% without access path change, and more for better access paths. A workload with native SQL procedures has shown up to 20% CPU reduction. For DB2 utilities, customers moving from DB2 9 should expect a small (0% to 7%) reduction in CPU times varying by utility, while customers moving from DB2 V8 will see larger CPU reductions in the range of 20%. Productivity improvements: Improvements in SQL and XML improve productivity for those who develop new applications and for those who are porting from other platforms. Automating, reducing, or eliminating tasks, and avoiding manual invocation improves productivity and can help avoid problems. Resiliency improvements for virtual storage and availability increase productivity. DB2 10 improvements make the install, migration, and service processes faster and more reliable, including the ability to skip from V8 to DB2 10. Innovations in Version 10 drive new value in resiliency through scalability improvements and fewer outages, whether those outages are planned or unplanned. Scalability delivers the ability to handle five to ten times more concurrent users in a single DB2 subsystem than in previous releases of DB2 for z/OS (as many as 20,000 concurrent threads). Improved availability is supported by schema evolution, or data definition on demand, and manageability enhancements for query performance.
  • Main points: The new tools have been redesigned to focus on eliminating outages, improving performance, reducing resource consumption, reduce complexity and improve automation. Day 1 utility support for DB2 10 function. Some of the key enhancements are: Flashcopy support at data-set level for COPY, RECOVER, REORG, LOAD, & REBUILD INDEX, For ex: can create an image copy data set to be a transaction-consistent image copy data set with no application outage Significant enhancement to REORG to reduce outages, including Support new Online Schema in DB2 10 and hash table, both before and after conversion to hash format, Improved performance for part-level REORG w/ non-partitioning indexes and REORG INDEX to reduce ET, SHRLEVEL CHANGE support for LOB table space for both LOY YES/NO w/ no mapping table required Major enhancements to RUNSTATS incl. zIIP support, autonomic features, page & auto-sampling rates Admin Tool: DBA-managed performance improvements - Easily migrate existing tables to hash access, Manage new Security models and autonomic statistics collection, Rollout Application BiTemporal Data – “as of” HPU - new internal format to UNLOAD (perf. Feature) to as well as TCPIP support via USS pipe and native XML UNLOAD support Tivoli OMEGAMON XE for DB2 Performance Expert, v5.1 W5655-W37 introduces an end-to-end response time measurement capability surfacing DB2 for z/OS SQL metrics, making it IBM’s most comprehensive DB2 application performance assessment tool. Use it to evaluate the efficiency of, and optimize performance of your DB2 for z/OS DBs across your heterogeneous application environment. It offers all the capabilities of Tiv. OMEGAMON XE for DB2 PM on z/OS and Buffer Pool Analyzer for z/OS, in addition to its own unique capabilities.
  • Main points At the IBM Information on Demand Conference later this month in Las Vegas IBM will announce a new version of IBM FileNet software which adds support for the Business Process Manager product running on Linux on System z. This completes the port of the FileNet solution to Linux on System z and is something many of our customers have been asking and waiting for. At the same event IBM, will announce a new software solution called IBM Case Manager that is built on FileNet BPM and leverages capabilities from across Software Group to deliver an innovative new solution for our customers. Many organizations are struggling with the changing nature of knowledge work, often having to do more with less. With IBM Case Manager, business users will have the right tools to support ad hoc processes and extract more value and critical insight from their structured and unstructured information. IBM Case Manager is a smarter, more integrated way for customers to handle growing, increasingly complex caseloads in areas such as insurance claims management, complex credit granting and dispute management, government benefits management, fraud identification and resolution, incident management, complex loan origination or contract execution. IBM Case Manager brings IBM’s extensive experience in ECM (Enterprise Content Management), BPM (Business Process Management), collaboration, social software and advanced analytics together to deliver the most comprehensive case management solution in the marketplace. Both products are planned to be available in the 4 th quarter of this year and run on the IBM zEnterprise servers. Important Note: This slide ‘announces’ IBM Case Manager. Although this product will not be announce announced and available until mid-November, IBM has been publicly talking about our Advanced Case Management strategy for many months (since April) and there’s information published on the Enterprise Content Management (ECM) websites about this (see http://www-01.ibm.com/software/data/advanced-case-management/) so the level of detail provided here would not be considered ‘Confidential’ at this time . Key note : this slide cannot be provided publicly (except under NDA) until October 22. Since the product is set for GA mid Nov, we cannot disclose : 1.) product version number, 2.) pricing or 3.) exact availability date until after GA (to mention Q4 availability is acceptable).
  • Main points: Today’s businesses are looking for ways to improve the productivity of their employees. Customers are looking for software that empowers people to connect, collaborate, and innovate while optimizing the way they work. With Lotus you can drive better business outcomes through smarter collaboration. Lotus has several new products now available on Linux on z that now incorporates sharing of information on system z. Lotus Connections now on Linux on z, provides the ability the communities, wikis and files on system z to share information easily. Lotus Quickr now have seemless integration with IBM ECM respositories with enhanced content management capabilities Lotus Forms now has mashable forms which allow a user to integrate workflow capabilities with any coding Lastly our brand new Customer Experience Suite on Linux on z provides the following: Deliver exceptional online experiences without having to stitch together multiple, disparate products from different vendors Create highly personalized customer interactions by analyzing and then adapting to the preferences, behaviours, location, products owned, device, and sentiments of each visitor Support conversations with and between users through online communities Empower business owners to manage the creation and delivery of content, rich media, campaigns, and surveys delivered through multiple channels Compose seamless Web experiences by connecting into the necessary back-end applications , commerce solutions, social media sites, and cloud-based services
  • Let me spend a minute with some examples of the types of extensions we’re delivering on top of the Unified Resource Manager. Integrated Operational Dashboards to show events and status from all operating systems within the zEnterprise environment Relating those events to build KPIs for the relevant business services, such as throughput (from transactions to orders) or response time to meet service level objectives Heterogeneous data – again regardless of platform origin – of two primary flavors. First is performance data in a performance management database and second is configuration data in a CMDB. Providing this consistent and shared view of data is critical to making the organization more agile and responsive From a business service modeling point of view, Tivoli has created internal models that capture the aspects around business services from the development (with Rational) to the deployment (via Tivoli) which also factors in business logic (e.g. WebSphere) so that we can assist customers in every aspect of managing their business services (both the IT and the business analytics). From creation of the service topology (TSAM) to offering the service (TSRM) to deploying (TPM) to monitoring (TBSM/ITM) and event management (Omnibus/Impact) to Service quality management (TNSQM) where sharing the same service model means better integration and sharing of the assets and information related to the service and where it's running (including dynamically discovering elements/topology (TADDM/ITCAM).
  • Main Point: Integrated Service Management for zEnterprise targets creating a single vision across Service, Platform and Hardware Management. It will include working with zManager to provide both HW platform (z, p, x) and SW view. We have created offerings targeted at Service Management related components for zEnterprise. We are also adding two new offerings. Cloud Management for zEnterprise IBM Service Management on System z supports applications and services that enable a cloud-based service model to: • Achieve visibility and control in the cloud environment for service automation, provisioning, management, security and change. • Define and manage the resources necessary to tailor the cloud environment to workload needs. • Manage the transition from a temporary, preproduction environment for developing and testing the cloud to full operation. Batch Modernization for zEnterprise IBM provides a single point of control for batch workloads in the data center, enabling organizations to: • Run Java™ batch jobs across heterogeneous resources from a single management console. • Manage dependencies across platforms from that same console. • Achieve parallel processing and policy-based execution of heterogeneous workloads.
  • Main Point: Enterprise Security Hub. This powerful package of seven modular, seamlessly-integrated tools for the System z platform addresses the most critical security requirements today: * Simplified administration and monitoring, reducing the time to perform everyday tasks * Compliance with both internal security policies and external government laws and regulations * Automation, for a faster and more consistent response to problems with and reduced costs * Reporting, to readily, efficiently and consistently demonstrate compliance, and to proactively detect problems before they have a chance to create a business impact ==================================== zSecure Audit is used by many customers to implement automated baseline analysis of their z/OS environment, including RACF. This means that customers identify the desired settings of their parameters, access controls, etc. and zSecure monitors that changes made do not exceed the baselines. In addition, zSecure Audit contains a knowledge base that identifies parameters, e.g., in PPT, that do not conform with IBM standards; dangerous coding signatures in SVC, PC, APF modules; excessive access and incorrect RACF profile fields, etc. The combination of knowledge base driven analysis to clean-up the environment, and baselines to guard against reverting to previous (incorrect) settings, helps customers improve the quality and security of their z/OS systems. Finally, the "Access Monitor" in zSecure Admin version 1.11 helps customers prune down the access rights without impacting availability. Rob van Hoboken zSecure architect =========================================== IBM Security zSecure suite V1.12 (formerly IBM Tivoli zSecure suite) consists of multiple individual components designed to help you administer your mainframe security server, monitor for threats, assist in compliance management and auditing, audit usage and configurations, and enforcing policy compliance. IBM Security zSecure suite V1.12 enhancements o Supports currency with z/OS V1.12 (zEnterprise) - Supports new RACF fields and new values for certificates - Supports new dynamic exits to increase ensured security o Lets you administer multiple RACF systems from a single application instance. o Extends user interface to offer administration capabilities for z/OS UNIX file security by proving a direct link to ISPF. o Includes extended monitoring of status changes in z/OS and RACF. o Includes enhanced zSecure Visual to process and display the future revoke and resume dates on connects. o Includes support for the new security events from Linux on System and in DB2 V10.1. o Support for updates to multiple RACF databases through RRSF. o Enhanced ease of administration by providing the capability to apply command to multiple profiles on a display. o Provides enhanced user interface for creating custom alerts o Includes enhanced reporting for general resource profiles that contain lowercase characters in some classes. o Delivers enhanced ease of use for administration and auditing reporting capabilities. o Includes further support for globalization enhancements Key enhancements for Tivoli zSecure Manager for z/VM RACF: • Leverages integration with IBM Tivoli zSecure Admin and IBM Tivoli zSecure Audit to provide many features of V1.9, V1.10, and V1.11 releases of the products • Reads and updates the RACF database directly from an OS-formatted disk • Makes it easy to set up daily snapshots of the z/VM system to aid in auditing and compliance
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    • 1. Fremtidens platform til koncernsystemer Ray Jones VP, z Series Software Sales, IBM
    • 2. Innovation for Speed zEnterprise and System z Software Strategy and Direction Ray Jones Vice President, Worldwide System z Software IBM Software Group © 2010 IBM Corporation
    • 3. System z Software Strategy Capitalize on Traditional System z Strengths – Batch and Transaction processing, Data Serving, Highest Quality of Service – Optimize to the evolving System z Hardware design point Extend Value Proposition to New and Mixed Workloads – Systematic re-engineering of the software stack – Integrate with Modern Application Development Environments – Deliver extensive Data Management services – Leverage the wave of workload consolidation; zLinux – Simplify System z – make it easier to install and manage for better TCO • New faces of z • End-to-end management from a z central point of control Continue to grow the System z Ecosystem – Attract new System z customers and ISV application workloads – Enable new Hybrid and Cloud environments – Make System z relevant to the new IT generation © 2010 IBM Corporation
    • 4. Chip Design Affects Virtualization Capabilities Replicated Server Chip Design Consolidated Server Chip Design Cache Cache Workload Core / Thread Core / Thread Workload Workload Chip Real Estate Chip Real Estate Count Count Workload Workload Workload Workload RAS RAS Mixed workloads stress cache usage, System z cache is able to contain more requiring more context switches working sets Working sets may be too large to fit in zEnterprise 5.2 GHz Processor speed is cache optimized by increased cache efficiency Full processor speed is not realized due Shared caches enable efficient dispatching to cache misses of mixed-workload tasks with high processor utilization Comprehensive Remote Access Service Note: System representations are not to scale, proportions may vary based on (RAS) design supports putting more generation of chip and model workload in a single processor © 2010 IBM Corporation
    • 5. IBM Compilers Exploit System z for Maximum Performance Compilers exploit new hardware instructions introduced by System z Code generated by the compilers is highly tuned for System z Boost in performance of applications running on System z z/OS XL C/C++ Enterprise COBOL for z/OS Enterprise PL/I for z/OS 135 new / changed instructions 5 © 2010 IBM Corporation
    • 6. Java and WAS Performance with zEnterprise System z10 Uplevel zEnterprise World class per-thread performance Announce Software Hardware yields outstanding results: 200 CPU 175 ILOG/CONfirm benchmark 150 63% 45-62% 125 100 75 50 Multi-threaded 25 45% 0 WebSphere WebSphere WebSphere WebSphere V7 Version 7 Version 7 Version 7 Announce JPA Feature Pack JPA Feature Pack up-to 93% DayTrader 2.0 DayTrader 2.0 DayTrader 2.0 No Caching Data Caching Data Caching Extensive hardware and software collaboration with deep platform exploitation: New out of order pipeline design System z10 System z10 zEnterprise 70+ instructions Java runtime environment general Then Now optimizations 6 © 2010 IBM Corporation
    • 7. System z and the complete enterprise lifecycle Benefits Ensure the right requirements to expand value to existing and new workloads Design Build, Design new applications with modernized tools Requirements integrate, and test Provides a multiplatform application Development development environment to build, integrate and test Implement and deploy easily across Service Management heterogeneous environments Implement, Operate efficiently with integrated service Optimize Deploy management and extensive data management Operate Operate cost effectively by connecting, integrating, and running siloed and static IT assets under a common and simplified IT architecture Optimize with advanced business intelligent capabilities We are continuing the investment with over 50 new software announcements © 2010 IBM Corporation
    • 8. Collaborative Design and Build New! Rational Team Concert v3.0 IBM System z, zEnterprise, Power Systems and Distributed Delivering… Single integrated platform for managing delivery of multiplatform projects New support for advanced dependency analysis and build capabilities for z/OS projects New integrated ISPF green screen client for z/OS source edit, compile and debug © 2010 IBM Corporation
    • 9. Multiplatform Development New! Rational Developer for zEnterprise v8.0 Common IDE Rational Developer for zEnterprise IBM System z, zEnterprise, AIX and Linux on Power System Delivering… New capabilities to help simplify development and delivery of multiplatform projects Significant productivity and efficiency gains through a common developer desktop Adds new support for Linux and AIX on Power Systems © 2010 IBM Corporation
    • 10. Business Rules Modernization Rational Asset Analyzer v6.0 New! now integrates with WebSphere ILOG IDENTIFICATION VALIDATION & MANAGEMENT ® IBM Rational Asset Analyzer Business IBM WebSphere® ILOG® BRMS — What decisions Rules — Align rules with business goals — Using which rules Modernization — Manage business rules life cycle — Where in the source — Test and validate rules REMEDIATION ® IBM Rational Developer for System z — Adjust the source to match the rule — Extract the rule to a callable element — Extract the rule to a rule server Delivering… Business rule mining of existing legacy assets Centralized management, validation and testing of business rules Maintenance and modernization of business rules for reuse © 2010 IBM Corporation
    • 11. Continuous Batch Processing 8 am 8 pm 8 am Online Batch Current Batch Processing Technique 8 am 8 am Online Batch Batch Batch Batch Batch Batch Batch Batch Batch Batch Batch Going forward, Batch Processing Techniques 11 © 2010 IBM Corporation
    • 12. Modernize batch applications for workload optimization New! Develop with Rational Manage and schedule Application Developer with Tivoli Enterprise scheduling of web services with new for System z Workload Scheduler executors by leveraging Tivoli Workload Scheduler (TWS) 8.5.1.1 and TWSz 8.5.1 SPE Modernize CICS with new ability to schedule and WebSphere Compute Grid manage Java job steps with CICS TS SupportPac Feature Pack for CN11 for WebSphere Compute Grid Modern batch Simplify file conversion for faster processing with WebSphere MQ File Transfer Edition Easy to use offering tools and operational controls for WAS V7 CICS TS Batch workload execution supporting a Java Batch programming model with WebSphere Application Server V7 Feature Pack for Modern Batch Extends business flexibility, simplification, and growth of mission-critical applications and data with IMS 12 Beta Easy development of new batch applications using enhanced creation wizards and zJCL editing with Rational Developer for System z v8.0 © 2010 IBM Corporation
    • 13. Implement enhanced messaging with Managed File Transfer Ability to readily and rapidly connect file-based and message enabled applications New Capabilities Greater auditability with ability to Handwritten Cost Code “ Handwritten track file transfer trail end-to-end Building & extensions to FTP Maintaining ent lopm Solution Reduced operational costs with Develo pment t en Deve pm IBM lo centralized management and connectivity ve ustom De software m y+C to All Custom auditing and ability to consolidate us +C nolog o ns file transfer and message transfer uti Tech l So n tio P” FTP ica FT into one single transport layer pl Ap are ed /Free ise ew d Ad pr dl er id Basic e nt M alu E “V – File transfer infrastructure that Size of can be re-used with ESBs for Project Systems Connected SOA Enhanced! WebSphere MQ File Transfer Edition V7.0 Helps clients integrate SOA architecture into micro-batches and ultimately messaging © 2010 IBM Corporation
    • 14. DB2 10 for cost savings and performance Up to 40% savings in processing costs Up to 6 times the number of SAP users on a single system Time Travel temporal capabilities built directly into the database Direct Row access accelerates high performance applications “We have measured a 38% reduction in CPU for heavy insert workloads in a data sharing environment. That’s a significant savings which provides immediate We expect to reduce our data sharing requirements business benefit.” by 25%, which means less system, storage and Peter Paetsch, BMW resource expenses Banco do Brasil The new temporal functionality in DB2 10 for z/OS will “As much as 80% of our applications can use this, allow us to drastically simplify our data-related queries which will drastically save developer time and even and reduce our processing cost by having DB2 handle more importantly make applications easier to data movement more efficiently than our custom code understand to improve business efficiency and effectiveness” “In addition to the cost savings, DB2 10 for z/OS offers a As a multi-national corporation, we must adhere to far superior data server environment than Oracle” strict local audit requirements. The security and Manuel Gomez Burrierl, CECA (Spanish Bank Federation) administration capabilities in DB2 10 are a key driver for us to move to this version. ” 14 © 2010 IBM Corporation
    • 15. Operate cost effectively with robust DB2 for z/OS Tools DB2 Utilities Suite New! Delivers Industry-leading, day-one support for DB2 10 with additional focus on reducing costs and improving performance DB2 Administration Tool/Object Comparison Tool Simplifies migration to DB2 10 for z/OS to gain immediate Day 1 value and productivity Tivoli OMEGAMON XE for DB2 Performance Expert Provides industry-leading DB2 10 Day 1 support and end-to-end monitoring, making it the single most comprehensive DB2 application performance assessment tool DB2 High Performance Unload Maximizes DB2 10 data unload and extraction across enterprise systems QMF 10 Built-in visualizations and reports dramatically extend value to end users New metadata layer simplifies the process to understand and create reports © 2010 IBM Corporation
    • 16. Enterprise Content Management on System z IBM FileNet New! IBM Case Manager FileNet Business Process Unifies capabilities from Manager adds support for across IBM software group Linux on System z specific to case management IBM Case Manager IBM is leveraging deep A smarter, more integrated experience solving case-style way for customers to handle business problems with ECM growing, increasingly and BPM and adding complex caseloads in areas advanced capabilities for such as insurance claims rules, events, collaboration, management, complex credit social software and granting and dispute analytics to deliver the most management, government comprehensive case benefits management, fraud management product in the identification and resolution, market. incident management, complex loan origination or contract execution. 16 © 2010 IBM Corporation
    • 17. Optimize businesses with social collaboration Leverage the expertise of dynamic professional networks and vibrant business communities with Lotus Connections First class team rooms and end-to-end collaborative and enhanced content management with new seamless integration with IBM ECM repositories with Lotus Quickr. Integrate workflow capabilities, with new Mashable Forms to solve simple problems without any coding with Lotus Forms Enhancements to create highly engaging, personalized, and differentiated Web IBM® Lotus® Connections 3.0 experiences to meet the evolving needs IBM® Lotus® QuickrTM for Domino® 8.5 of today's customer with Customer IBM® WebSphere® Portal for z/OS and Linux on z 7 IBM Customer Experience Suite 7.0 Experience Suite IBM® Lotus® Forms 4.0 IBM® Lotus® Forms 4.0 with Workflow IBM® Lotus® Domino® 8.5.2 17 New! Under NDA until Announce © 2010 IBM Corporation
    • 18. Extending zEnterprise Unified Resource Manager with Integrated Service Management IBM zEnterprise Tivoli and Unified Resource Manager Integrated Service Management Workload-based resource allocation and provisioning for zEnterprise Visibility, Control and Automation for Physical and Virtual Resource Management Applications, Transactions, Databases, all Goal Oriented Management of zEnterprise Datacenter Resources resources (Availability, Performance, Energy, Security) Integrated Operational Dashboards to Faster transaction processing with reduced monitor and manage service impacting network latency events Operational Controls for Hardware/Firmware Service and Support for Hardware/Firmware Key Performance Indicators (KPI) Hardware configuration management applied to Business Services for impact analysis Heterogeneous data in ONE Hypervisors Energy Business Service Modeling for planning Contextual Correlation to reduce Mean Operations Performance time to repair (MTTR) Establish and automate service level Networks Virtual agreement (SLA) tracking Servers © 2010 IBM Corporation
    • 19. Integrated Service Management for zEnterprise - a single cross platform view for cost effectiveness Application Performance Management – Visibility into entire application infrastructure Asset and Financial Reporting – Visibility and accounting of service delivery Application Automation and Resilience – Policy-based application automation Security and Compliance – Centrally managed and protected access to web applications, business services, infrastructure and data Cloud Management New! – Visibility into applications and services utilizing System z as a cloud infrastructure Workload Automation and Batch Modernization New! – Single point of governance for batch © 2010 IBM Corporation
    • 20. Control and Compliance on zEnterprise for robust Security Unleash the potential of zEnterprise with Enterprise Security Hub across production systems and consolidated virtual system workloads Delivering new Simplified security administration to act on multiple profiles and systems to synchronize security, reduce complexity and improve productivity Extended ease-of-use, monitoring, auditing, and alerts, including UNIX sockets and daily snapshots, to improve automated compliance and audit reporting Exploiting new zEnterprise and RACF capabilities IBM can save customers up to 70% in auditing overhead on mainframe New! IBM Security zSecure suite V1.12 © 2010 IBM Corporation
    • 21. Active/Active – What is it ? Two or more sites, separated by unlimited distances, running the same applications and having the same data to provide cross-site workload balancing and Continuous Availability / Disaster Recovery Paradigm shift: failover model => near continuous availability model Reduction in recovery time from hours to minutes as a design point Load Balancing with SASP (z/OS Comm Server) Transactions InfoSphere IMS Replication for z/OS InfoSphere VSAM Replication for z/OS Workload Distributor CD1 SOURCE CD1 TABLE DB2 VSAM IMS CD1 SOURCE CD1 TABLE replication DB2 VSAM IMS Tivoli Enterprise Portal Controller InfoSphere Replication Server for z/OS © 2010 IBM Corporation
    • 22. IBM System z Software Seamlessly integrated with zEnterprise for optimal cost savings and performance We are delivering a new generation of integrated hardware and software Scales without complexity and delivers business process aligned infrastructure in a heterogeneous environment Provides advanced collaboration Unifies multiplatform development and team collaboration to work as a single, integrated service delivery platform Exploits the advantages of integrated service management Extends the value of Linux on System z with collaborative tools © 2010 IBM Corporation © 2010 IBM Corporation
    • 23. Trademarks The following are trademarks of the International Business Machines Corporation in the United States and/or other countries. IBM* FICON* POWER* zEnterprise IBM (logo)* Filenet* RACF* z/OS* ibm.com* IMS Rational* z/VM* AIX* InfoSphere System z* CICS* Lotus* System z10 Cognos* NetView* Tivoli* DataPower* OMEGAMON* WebSphere* DB2* Optim Domino* * Registered trademarks of IBM Corporation The following are trademarks or registered trademarks of other companies. Adobe, the Adobe logo, PostScript, and the PostScript logo are either registered trademarks or trademarks of Adobe Systems Incorporated in the United States, and/or other countries. Cell Broadband Engine is a trademark of Sony Computer Entertainment, Inc. in the United States, other countries, or both and is used under license there from. Java and all Java-based trademarks are trademarks of Sun Microsystems, Inc. in the United States, other countries, or both. Microsoft, Windows, Windows NT, and the Windows logo are trademarks of Microsoft Corporation in the United States, other countries, or both. InfiniBand is a trademark and service mark of the InfiniBand Trade Association. Intel, Intel logo, Intel Inside, Intel Inside logo, Intel Centrino, Intel Centrino logo, Celeron, Intel Xeon, Intel SpeedStep, Itanium, and Pentium are trademarks or registered trademarks of Intel Corporation or its subsidiaries in the United States and other countries. UNIX is a registered trademark of The Open Group in the United States and other countries. Linux is a registered trademark of Linus Torvalds in the United States, other countries, or both. ITIL is a registered trademark, and a registered community trademark of the Office of Government Commerce, and is registered in the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office. IT Infrastructure Library is a registered trademark of the Central Computer and Telecommunications Agency, which is now part of the Office of Government Commerce. * All other products may be trademarks or registered trademarks of their respective companies. Notes: Performance is in Internal Throughput Rate (ITR) ratio based on measurements and projections using standard IBM benchmarks in a controlled environment. The actual throughput that any user will experience will vary depending upon considerations such as the amount of multiprogramming in the user's job stream, the I/O configuration, the storage configuration, and the workload processed. Therefore, no assurance can be given that an individual user will achieve throughput improvements equivalent to the performance ratios stated here. IBM hardware products are manufactured from new parts, or new and serviceable used parts. Regardless, our warranty terms apply. All customer examples cited or described in this presentation are presented as illustrations of the manner in which some customers have used IBM products and the results they may have achieved. Actual environmental costs and performance characteristics will vary depending on individual customer configurations and conditions. This publication was produced in the United States. IBM may not offer the products, services or features discussed in this document in other countries, and the information may be subject to change without notice. Consult your local IBM business contact for information on the product or services available in your area. All statements regarding IBM's future direction and intent are subject to change or withdrawal without notice, and represent goals and objectives only. Information about non-IBM products is obtained from the manufacturers of those products or their published announcements. IBM has not tested those products and cannot confirm the performance, compatibility, or any other claims related to non-IBM products. Questions on the capabilities of non-IBM products should be addressed to the suppliers of those products. Prices subject to change without notice. Contact your IBM representative or Business Partner for the most current pricing in your geography. © 2010 IBM Corporation

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