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• How do I respond to the pressure to
cut costs, reduce risk and
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• How do I react more quickly to take
advantage of new opportunities?
• How do I move my data center
architecture into the future?
• A lot of buzz on cloud, where is the
best place to start and how?

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    • Virtualization Into CloudAndy WachsSystems Software StrategyMay 11 Systems Software
    • IBM Systems Software – 2011 Analyst EventOur clients are struggling to progress toward a moreflexible infrastructure • How do I respond to the pressure to cut costs, reduce risk and complexity? • How do I react more quickly to take advantage of new opportunities? • How do I move my data center architecture into the future? • A lot of buzz on cloud, where is the best place to start and how?2 Source: 2009 IBM CEO Survey © 2011 IBM Corporation
    • IBM Systems Software – 2011 Analyst EventCloud computing is a new way of thinking for delivering ITservices to users IBM and clients are seeing benefits from cloudCloud is: computing • A new consumption and delivery model inspired by Test provisioning Weeks Minutes consumer Internet services • End-user focused Change Months Days/hours management ReleaseCloud represents: Weeks Minutes management Service access Administered Self-service • The delivery of IT as services Standardization Complex Reuse/shareCloud enables: Metering/billing Fixed cost Variable cost • On-demand self-service, Server/storage 10–20% 70–90% sourcing options, economies utilization of scale Payback period Years Months • Through private, public and hybrid models3 © 2011 IBM Corporation
    • IBM Systems Software – 2011 Analyst EventClients are more comfortable with private cloudsMany are ready to deploy fundamental business applications in a private cloud • Strong interest in moving many IT activities or Private Clouds are viewed as workloads to a Private Cloud suitable for many workloads • Over 60% use or plan to use in the next 12 months Clients are experimenting • Public Clouds used for web conferencing, email, with Public Clouds for and CRM/sales force automation certain workloads • 20-30% use or plan to use in the next 12 months Private Clouds appeal across all • Private Clouds appeal to all industries with highest industries while Public Clouds interest by Banking, Government, Healthcare, Insurance, Manufacturing, Transportation appeal to industries under • Public Clouds appeal for certain workloads margin pressure in industries with high margin pressure Source: IBM MAP Cloud Workload Adoption Survey, June/July 2009 , n: 731 , 9 countries: US,4 Canada ,UK, Germany, France, Italy, Japan, China & India, © 2011 IBM Corporation
    • IBM Systems Software – 2011 Analyst EventThe journey to cloud-delivered services… Virtualize • Assess & plan • VM management Server, storage & • Health & status • Policy-based optimized network devices to • Inventory placement and increase utilization re-balancing • High scale • Image catalog & Provision & Secure • Auto restart Management Automate provisioning • Self-service UI • Policy controlled of resources • Resource access & isolation reservation • Logging and auditing Monitor & Manage • Availability and performance management Provide visibility across server, storage, network, hypervisor, of performance of apps virtual machines • Service level agreements Orchestrate Workflow • Service-aware provisioning Manage the process • Process management, policies & approvals for approval of usage • Mobility of services across clouds Meter & Rate • Service aware accounting Track usage • Track, allocate and invoice of resources by department, user, etc. • Collect, analyze and bill based on usage5 © 2011 IBM Corporation
    • IBM Systems Software – 2011 Analyst EventA simple progression can ease a client’s journey into Cloud Virtualization Cloud Entry Cloud Advanced Infrastructure Integration Standardization and Automation Orchestration and Integration Server consolidation Server consolidation Infrastructure monitoring Hybrid cloud management Infrastructure monitoring Hybrid cloud management Virtualize storage Virtualize storage and networks and networksDevelop plan Image management Image management Advanced image management Advanced image managementDevelop plan& roadmap;& roadmap;selectselect Integrate physical, Integrate physical,workloads forworkloads for virtual server, virtual server,consolidationconsolidation storage, network storage, network Cloud provisioning Cloud provisioning Cloud cost management Cloud cost management management management Deploy virtual Deploy virtual Service workflow automation, Service workflow automation, Self-Service automation Self-Service automation infrastructure infrastructure policies & governance policies & governance Business continuity Business continuity Security management Security management6 © 2011 IBM Corporation
    • IBM Systems Software – 2011 Analyst EventEarly IaaS cloud usage scenarios Manage Images • Create/convert virtual images from physical server stack • Store images in a library for better tracking • Manage physical and virtual images with a simple interface • Create image templates for standardization Automate Provisioning with a self service interface • Provide a self service interface to deploy virtual images as-a-service • Obtain resources on a temporary basis which are released when done • Set-up provisioning rules and defaults at project or group level • Easily adjust resource allocations within limits • Provide basic usage accounting, audit & approvals Build a highly scalable and persistent cloud infrastructure • Perform high-scale, frequent, repetitive provisioning of cloud workloads • Add new nodes to the cloud easily and transparently to the services delivered in the cloud • Enable persistent execution of applications in a cloud • Enable administration of large clouds using minimal staffing to lower cost7 © 2011 IBM Corporation
    • IBM Systems Software – 2011 Analyst Event IBM offers simple entry points for easing the path through the journey Virtualization Cloud Entry Cloud Advanced Infrastructure Integration Standardization and Automation Orchestration and Integration Add-on: Metering, Usage Monitoring, etc Advanced Cloud Orchestration and Integration Basic Cloud Basic Cloud Provisioning and Provisioning and Automation Automation CloudInfrastructure Virtualization Virtualization Virtualization capabilities Platform Mgt Platform Mgt Platform Mgt Storage, Storage, Storage, Networking Networking Networking • Virtualization-optimized • Services-led with cloud • IBM CloudBurstTM platforms (x, Power, z) foundation software • IBM Service Delivery Manager • IBM BladeCenter® – Tivoli® Service Automation • High speed provisioning Foundation for Cloud Manager Cloud technology preview • Virtualized and cloud storage • Solution Ed. for CloudInfrastructure • Future offering1 Offerings • Systems Director VMControlTM Computing for • IBM and industry hypervisors System z® (1) All statements regarding IBMs future direction and intent are subject to change or 8 withdrawal without notice, and represent goals and objectives only © 2011 IBM Corporation
    • IBM Systems Software – 2011 Analyst EventDelivering differentiated cloud capabilitiesCommon architecture and focus alignment between SWG and STG Cloud Management •Visibility Service mgmt IBM Common •Control Is more IBM Tivoli Service Tivoli management Tivoli Automation Manager Usage and platform drives •Automation effective with well Monitoring Tivoli Provisioning Manager Accounting delivery instrumented, Manager economics dynamic platforms IBM Systems Director / VMControl •Platform and IBM Systems Platform x86 Power System z Robust virtualized LPAR LPAR monitoring Management infrastructure VM VM VM VM VM drive event delivers high •Virtualization information, VMware, KVM, pHype z/VM utilization, energy utilization … runtime choice management & monitoring, for workload availability, etc up SONAS, SVC, XIV … •System mgmt to service pools Cloud Endpoints9 © 2011 IBM Corporation
    • IBM Systems Software – 2011 Analyst EventEnabling cloud usage: services + cloud foundation softwareServices-led offering for the Power Systems Platform Basic cloud management for STG Design Points cloud enabled systems (Power • Easy to use workflow optimized for users Systems™ today1) • Customizable UI enabled for Lab Service delivery • Extensible via REST APIs Key Capabilities • Create, edit, manage virtual servers • Capture a running virtual server • Deploy virtual appliances quickly • Monitor state of deployments • Create projects Benefits • Easy entry into Cloud • Reduce capital and administration expenses • Accelerate “time to value” launch of new applications • Metering & reconciliation of settlements • Business approval of end user requests • Easy integration with back-end systems and process (1) All statements regarding IBMs future direction and intent are subject to change or10 withdrawal without notice, and represent goals and objectives only © 2011 IBM Corporation
    • IBM Systems Software – 2011 Analyst EventChina Telecom Jiangxi Branch:Reducing complexity and operational costs with private cloud Business need: Benefits: • Seize greater market share • Time to market for new business applications • Reduce time to market for new reduced from 3-4 months to 2-3 days products & services • Improved hardware utilization and cut • Address high cost of floor space & hardware costs by over 50 % power • Cut energy consumption and CO2 emissions China Telecom: Cloud foundation software VMControl 74M mobile subscribers IBM PowerVM™ IBM Systems Director IBM System Storage® SVC 77% mobile revenue growth (1H 2010/ yty) “ Our primary estimate is that the IBM solution has improved hardware utilization by over 50 percent, although this may 58M broadband subscribers in fact be higher. Sharing resources through the internal cloud has allowed us to consolidate hardware, translating 180M access lines into 50 percent cost savings in terms of CPU and storage. Mr. Xu Qi Supervisor of IT, Design & Support Center, JX ” CT, China Telecom11 © 2011 IBM Corporation
    • IBM Systems Software – 2011 Analyst EventEnabling cloud usage: High speed, low-touch provisioningIBM Technology Preview1 •• Can provision & boot 100 VMs in ~1 minute (1 VM in 20-30 seconds) Can provision & boot 100 VMs in ~1 minute (1 VM in 20-30 seconds) •• >100,000 VMs provisioned to date on an internal cloud (88 servers running for 11 months) >100,000 VMs provisioned to date on an internal cloud (88 servers running for 11 months) •• Can tolerate multiple failures by dynamically working around failed elements Can tolerate multiple failures by dynamically working around failed elements •• Near 00downtime due to faults, management software upgrades, addition/removal of hardware Near downtime due to faults, management software upgrades, addition/removal of hardware Linux-based compute servers VM VM VM VM VM VM VM VM VM hosting both user VMs as well as clustered, redundant IaaS management services VM VM Image Image GigE (or better) network with multiple redundant connections VM VM to servers Image Image Software-based peer-to-peer Redundant Linux-based storage communication and health servers managing VM images monitoring framework(1) All statements regarding IBMs future direction and intent are subject to change or withdrawal without notice, and represent goals and objectives only12 © 2011 IBM Corporation
    • IBM Systems Software – 2011 Analyst EventSTG private & Service Provider cloud offerings Driving new workloads to the cloud • Most start with optimizing Test and Development • Moving to ERP, CRM, HPC and storage workloads • Hybrid cloud: IBM Systems that link to IBM cloud services Cloud-enabled Datacenter Industry Focused Solutions • Service Provider Platform (CSP2) • Education clouds to provide compute services to large or small schools that fit within their budget constraints. Integrated Solutions • IBM CloudBurst for System x®, Power Systems • BladeCenter Foundation for Cloud • Solution Edition for Cloud Computing for System z • IBM Scale out Network Attachable Storage (SONAS) Custom Cloud Solutions • IBM Service Delivery Manager + IBM virtualized systems • IBM Smart Analytics Cloud • Custom storage cloud • Open implementations13 © 2011 IBM Corporation
    • IBM Systems Software – 2011 Analyst EventIBM Server Systems provide choice and workload optimizationProviding an infrastructure to span systems because one size does not fit all Audi Universita di Bari Migrate SAP Infrastructure on Extreme scale w/ Linux on z supports POWER7® and DB2® to cloud resulting in better performance, low community cloud used by fishing costs and high energy efficiency industry, wine cooperative, logistics for trucking industry Press release Press release Multimedia Development Corp US Federal (MDeC) Systems Integrator Malaysia’s most advanced animation cloud optimized for flexibility and IBM CloudBurst on BladeCenter, scale with iDataplex®dramatically improving time-to-market Press releasefor Development & Test requirement14 © 2011 IBM Corporation
    • IBM Systems Software – 2011 Analyst EventIntroducing: IBM BladeCenter Foundation for CloudA complete virtualized platform that is cloud readyBuilt-in virtualization• Allows for significant consolidation of workloads• Enables cost avoidance via higher asset utilization• Resource pools for agile workload deployments• BladeCenter Open Fabric Manager• VMware vSphere Enterprise 4.1Management Start-up Services• Monitor and manage physical and virtual resources in same manner Virtualization & Systems Management SW• Automatically migrate virtual machines across systems to maintain service levels Virtualized Servers & Storage• Network isolation via multiple VLANs• Energy monitoring & management Networking• IBM Systems Director with Active Energy Manager• BladeCenter Open Fabric Manager Single product, single delivery, single installation, single invoice, single support Infrastructure structure • Four (4) pre-integrated Configurations, pre-Built at Factory • Servers, storage & networks enabling: from 100 to 2000 VMs1 • Optional IBM SAN Volume Controller can be added via on site services (1) Based on IBM internal estimates of standard virtualization blade 1515 •HS22V with Intel Xeon 5660 2.8 GHz processors and 72GB memory •Each blade can support up to 36 VMs of 4GB size © 2011 IBM Corporation
    • IBM Systems Software – 2011 Analyst EventIBM CloudBurst -- advanced Cloud service delivery platform Pre-packaged offering that integrates the service management system, Pre-packaged offering that integrates the service management system, server, storage and services needed to establish a private cloud server, storage and services needed to establish a private cloud Self-service Portal ISDM (Tivoli) Service Catalog CloudBurst Systems Director + Automation Software cloud in a box VMControl Pre-packed Automation Easy to order, VMware, PowerVM Templates install, manage (others in future)* Built-in Virtualization and scale IBM BladeCenter Single Delivery, Installation & Price Implementation Services Single Support CloudBurst for Enterprise CloudBurst CloudBurst for Service Providers for Developers(1) All statements regarding IBMs future direction and intent are subject to change or withdrawal without notice, and represent goals and objectives only16 Transforming the Data Center with IBM Systems Software © 2011 IBM Corporation
    • IBM Systems Software – 2011 Analyst EventIBM Service Delivery Manager A pre-integrated software stack, deployed as a set of virtual images, that automate IT service deployment and provide resource monitoring, cost management, and high availability of services in a cloud “Manage From” EnvironmentBenefits of IBM Service Delivery Manager IBM Service Delivery Manager Management Server• Leverage existing hardware - allows businesses to Virtual Virtual leverage existing hardware while reducing capital Machine Images Machine Images expenditures and generate greater ROI : IBM Power or• Improved time to value - Reduces the amount of Automated X86 Systems Provisioning integration work required to deploy a cloud by offering of Services a pre-bundled and integrated service delivery software “Manage To” Environment stack Monitoring• Accelerated deployment - Automated image Virtual Machine • Automatic monitoring of provisioned environment deployment, cross connection and activation of Usage and Accounting components. Allows clients to shorten deployment Virtual Machine • Metering and accounting for cloud services • Enable integration to billing systems times. Flexible deploy to virtual environments• Reduce complexity - Self service, standardization Virtual Machine • VMWare, KVM, Xen, PowerVM, zVM and automation simplify use and minimize errors17 © 2011 IBM Corporation
    • IBM Systems Software – 2011 Analyst EventIBM custom cloud server solutions provide choice of optimized infrastructure • IBM BladeCenter has no single point of failure unlike competition • HS22V supports ~35% more VMs per blade than standard competitor blades • BladeCenter H provides 67% to 250% more Ethernet uplink bandwidth than competitor blades which is critical for VM movement (vMotion) BladeCenter H Virtualization • Drive systems to over 90% utilization Infrastructure • Live Partition Mobility with VM’s of any size up to the entire system that can easily move between your POWER6 and POWER7 systems • Scales seamlessly from 1/10 of a core IBM System to 256 cores and can use all resources z the Ideal of the host server Cloud Platform • Dynamic changes to any IT resource without reboot • Achieve nearly 100% utilization of system resources nearly 100% of the time • Enjoy the highest levels of resource sharing, I/O bandwidth, and system availability • Add hardware resources to an already-running system without disruption18 © 2011 IBM Corporation
    • IBM Systems Software – 2011 Analyst EventIBM Storage Systems provide availability and scalability SAN Volume Controller XIV® SONAS High availability and performance Create a highly scalable storageLink your compute cloud to for the most demanding cloud cloud with unified your existing SAN workloads management. “The IBM XIV Storage System allows us to provide a highly reliable, highly performing platform to our customers VISION Cloud that should help NaviSite gain an advantage over its competitors.” -Mark Clayman, Joint research initiative with 15 European Senior Vice President of hosting services Partners Migrate and federate data across for NaviSite. geographically distributed domains Case Study Facilitating access to data by content and its relationships19 © 2011 IBM Corporation
    • IBM Systems Software – 2011 Analyst EventIBM Systems provide the best foundation for an end-to-end cloud infrastructure The best cloud infrastructures are built on secure and available foundations Clients need a prescriptive, easy progression to ease their journey to Cloud Service Management is a critical component of an optimized cloud infrastructure Cloud computing is becoming a key element in data center transformations IBM Systems help our customers: Achieve higher security, ensure IT resource availability, lower costs and relieve pressure on internal resources, and accelerate time to value20 © 2011 IBM Corporation
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