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  • 1. zEnterpise integration of Linux and traditional workload zLG06 Wilhelm Mild©2012 IBM Corporation
  • 2. Trademarks The following are trademarks of the International Business Machines Corporation in the United States and/or other countries. AIX* IBM* PR/SM WebSphere* z/OS* BladeCenter* IBM (logo)* System Storage* XIV* z/VM* DataPower* NetWeaver* System x* z9* z/VSE DB2* Parallel Sysplex* System z* z10 EC FICON* POWER* System z9* zEnterprise FlashCopy* POWER7* System z10* GDPS* Power Systems * Registered trademarks of IBM CorporationThe 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 anyuser will experience will vary depending upon considerations such as the amount of multiprogramming in the users job stream, the I/O configuration, the storage configuration, and theworkload 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 haveachieved. 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 tochange without notice. Consult your local IBM business contact for information on the product or services available in your area.All statements regarding IBMs 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 theperformance, 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.2 © 2012 IBM Corporation
  • 3. The Data Center Challenge - Controlling IT complexity andcost while maintaining daily operations An Integrated system of multiple architectures for optimizing the deployment of multi-tier workloads Creating a single point of control for management and administration to reduce operational overhead by up to 80%, including: ► Power and Facilities ► Labor ► Software License zEnterprise Lowers cost of acquisition by up to 56% Reduces cost of ownership by up to 55%*A strategic systems platform….A strategic systems platform….Helping to free up resources for critical projects and establish a base for the futureHelping to free up resources for critical projects and establish a base for the future • Based on IBM analysis of a large Financial Services company Datacenter. See details on Deployment configurations based on IBM studies and will vary based on workload characteristics. Price calculations based on publicly available US list prices, prices will vary by country.3 © 2012 IBM Corporation
  • 4. IBM zEnterprise SystemBusiness Applications require integration of multiple workload components withvarying workload characteristics Explosive systems and data growth inhibit responsiveness to client Transaction Processing Business Analytics needs, and market and Data Management opportunities Application Database Data Mining Applications Data Warehousing Numerical zEnterprise Online Transaction Processing Enterprise Search Batch 1. Enables mixed workload business processes to be deployed and centrally managed Core Applications Web, Collaboration 2. Allows optimized single system and Infrastructure integration of data, applications, and ERP/CRM Systems Management web serving Core banking, payments, claims Web Serving/Hosting Industry Solutions Networking 3. Delivers dynamically responsive IT File and Print 4. Meets the need of heterogeneous data centers A strategic systems platform for critical enterprise applications A strategic systems platform for critical enterprise applications Helps to integrate workloads and establish a base for the future Helps to integrate workloads and establish a base for the future4 © 2012 IBM Corporation
  • 5. IBM zEnterprise System zEC12 The broadest systems architecture Enabling integration and centralized management of multi-platform systems, applications, and datazEnterprise Unified Resource BladeCenter Extension– Industry’s most robust design Manager (zBX) for systems and data –Unifies management of – AIX®, Linux®, and Microsoft® continuously availability resources, extending IBM Windows®* applications– Optimized to host large-scale System z® qualities of service – Appliance Blades - Smart database, transaction, and end-to-end across workloads analytics, DataPower® mission critical applications –Provides platform, hardware – Dedicated high-performance– The most efficient platform and workload management private network for large-scale Linux® – Massive scale out consolidation– Massive scale up * (Statement of Direction) on S 5 © 2012 IBM Corporation
  • 6. Major Operating Systems on IBM System z Traditional Mainframe Operating Systems LL L L L L L L V ii i i i C i C i i z/OS z/ z/ z/ S nn n n n M n M n n z/VSE V E V z/ T J z/ uu u u u S u S u u S S O P a T D xx x x x x x x E E S F v P B z/TPF z/VM z/VSE F z/OS 2 a z/VM V4 z/VM z/VM LPAR LPAR LPAR LPAR LPAR LPAR Standard Processors CP1 CP2 CP3 CP4 CP5 zIIP zAAP IFL1 IFL2 IFL3 CP – For z/OS, z/VSE, TPF, z/VM workloads Standard CP Processors zIIP zAAP IFL Engines Specialty Processors IBM System z Server CF (Coupling Facility) – For Parallel Sysplex with z/OS IFL (Integrated Facility for Linux) – For Linux and Linux applications zAAP (zSeries Application Assist Processor) – For offload of Java applications from z/OS zIIP (System z9 Integrated Information Processor) – For z/OS offload of DB2 distributed requests 6 © 2012 IBM Corporation
  • 7. Implement Virtualization on System z:LPAR and z/VM, when to use what z/VM Virtualization Vertical virtualization - Grow workloads without linearly growing number of virtual guest machines one guest can be increased by allocating more resources (CPUs, memory) Horizontal virtualization – for isolation between servers isolation of guests in a network Redundancy for application high availability Dynamically add, remove and shift physical resources to optimize business results LPAR Virtualization High Isolation with fixed resources Direct attached I/O devices for max bandwidth7 © 2012 IBM Corporation
  • 8. Virtualization in System z and zEnterprisez/VM Technology: Share everything • z/VM simulates the existence of a dedicated real machine, including processor functions, storage, and input/output resources. • z/VM includes network Virtualization, high availability and integrated security between VMs • It supports uniquely, over commitment on all levels. z/VM can provision a virtual machine with a mix of virtual and real resources. Linux Linux Linux CMS VSE z/OS Virtual z/VM I/O and Network (VLAN, VSwitch) Dynamically add Memory resources to Real z/VM LPAR Processors Linux on z/VM is the industrys most advanced virtual solution8 © 2012 IBM Corporation
  • 9. z/VM V6.2 - Available since Dec, 2011 Single System Image, Clustered Hypervisor, Live Guest Relocation Single System Image (SSI) - connect up to four z/VM systems as members of a cluster Provides a set of shared resources for member systems and their hosted virtual machines – Directory, minidisks, spool files, virtual switch MAC addresses Cluster members can be run on the same or different z10, z196, or z114 servers Simplifies systems management of a multi-z/VM environment – Single user directory – Cluster management from any member ● Apply maintenance to all members in the cluster from one location ● Issue commands from one member to operate on another – Built-in cross-member capabilities – Resource coordination and protection of network and disks Live Guest Relocation (LGR) – Dynamically move Linux guests from one z/VM member to another Reduce planned outages; enhance workload management – Non-disruptively move work to available system resources and non-disruptively move system resources to work – When combined with Capacity Upgrade on Demand, Capacity Backup on Demand, and Dynamic Memory Upgrade, you will get the best of both worlds9 © 2012 IBM Corporation
  • 10. Mixed workload consolidation with zEnterprise10 © 2012 IBM Corporation
  • 11. Mixed Workload integration and consolidation on zEnterprise zBX + Linux on z + zEnterprise Consolidation z/OS z/OS z/VSE z/VSE inter partition communication For System z customers, zEnterprise opens new horizons: Integration of multiple platforms of the Enterprise The integration of existing applications and data using Connector components Reduction of network components (Router,switch) Maintain isolation in an fully integrated environment Centralized Management of the entire Ensemble11 © 2012 IBM Corporation
  • 12. Linux Application Integration Capabilities: Capabilities: Reduce complexity: present single Reduce complexity: present single hybrid System z system image x86 application system image run x86 Linux applications from run x86 Linux applications from Linux on System zz Linux on System Application Integration Application Integration z/VSE Integration on Linux z/OS x86 blades feel like additional x86 blades feel like additional process dispatcher x86 application processor and memory capacity processor and memory capacity ► OS level proxy processes Application integration x86 processes Values: Values: x86 resource control reduced number of application reduced number of application management endpoints management endpoints Linux on System z Linux on x86 retains certified x86 distribution retains certified x86 distribution environments environments Loc leverage Linux on System zz ► Hypervisor on System leverage Linux z/VM XHYP security modellevelx86systems security modelfor x86 systems Virtualization mgmt. al I for ► Resource level eWLM, TSA, can integrate with eWLM, TSA, I/O forwarding /O f can integrate with blade Energy Management System z an-o Energy Management converged data management to converged data management to ut better comply to regulatory better comply to regulatory requirements requirements Reduction of offline and online package offline and online package management management for both sides on each level management for both sides complete consolidation scenarios complete consolidation scenarios System z-managed LAN and SAN Distributed LAN and SAN12 © 2012 IBM Corporation
  • 13. Multi-zone Network VSWITCH (red zone physical isolation) -Linux LPAR2 – z/OS z/OS z/VSE z/VM z/VM13 © 2012 IBM Corporation
  • 14. Insurance Company Consolidated 292 Servers to a z10 3560E-24TD 8 re 3560E-24TD 17 After Backbone B efo 3560E-12D 6 50 Ft UTP Cable 584 10GB Eth Fiber Cable 60 0 r 60 Ove bles 0 Ca st 1 ! Ju les Backbone Network Cab The diagram only shows 30 of 292 servers Data is based on real client opportunity and on internal standardized costing tools and methodologies. Client results will vary by types of workloads, technology level of consolidated servers, utilization factor, and other implementation requirements. Savings will vary by client.1414 © 2012 IBM Corporation
  • 15. Web integration with Linux and traditional19 © 2012 IBM Corporation
  • 16. Linux on System z as Central Access PointWeb enable, improve interface, simplify, extend existing applications WS Portal or z/OS z/VSE Environment Linux on zBX System z SOA + CICS Blades Connection via WS Portal HiperSockets + TCP/IP Linux + COBOL DB2 HATS ORACLE WAS Windows/ DB2 z/VM LPAR or z/VM MS SQL z/VM IFL Engine (s) Standard CP Engine (s) IBM zEnterprise20 © 2012 IBM Corporation
  • 17. Application Integration with Host Access Transformation Services (HATS) •No software download to the client •Converts green screens to GUI •Integration with distributed applications •improves ease of use of host applications •Web Service on the fly 3270 or 5250 data stream HAT S Windows/ Linux DB2 ORACLE data HTML in a Browser Screen transformation rules running on WebSphere Application Server21 © 2012 IBM Corporation
  • 18. Integration variety of WebSphere Portal CRM Application User Perspective IT Perspective SCM Application Integration at the glass Content Personalization Management Customization Collaboration Navigation CICS apps. Single Sign On Secure Access Syndicated Content People Awareness Rapid, Role Based Deployment Web Services Scalability and Reliability22 © 2012 IBM Corporation
  • 19. CICS workload integration with Linux on System z29 © 2012 IBM Corporation
  • 20. Connectivity to CICS transactions HTTP Access: WAS CICS TS DB2 CICS Web Interface/Services B (CWI/CWS) within CICS B HTTP DWebSphere WAS WebSphere CICS TS DB2Host Access Transformation Services HATS P B 3270(HATS) B DJ2C Connector: WAS CICS CICS TS DB2CICS Transaction Gateway (CTG) TG ECI B B VSAM DJMS Connector: WAS JMS to MQ Queues CICS TS DB2 MQ MQ-CICSMQ to CICS Bridge MQ Bridge B B A DL/I DSOA Integration: CICS TS DB2Web Services access to CICS B B SOAP A D WAS can be on Linux on z or on another distributed platform. Qualities of Services will vary. 30 © 2012 IBM Corporation
  • 21. The Two Models of SOA CICS Integration via Web Services Other/Any CICS TS (direct SOA access to CICS) Business Function Web CICS Integration Business Data Service Web logic logic access Client Services I B D Other/Any Intermediate (Linux) CICS TS CICS Program connector Web Web CTG Business Service HATS A services Socket logic Client end-point HTTP B31 28-Sep-12 © 2012 IBM Corporation
  • 22. IBM CICS Explorer –The “new face of CICS Transaction Server“CICS Explorer New systems management framework for CICS TS Consists of client and server part Based on the Eclipse Rich Client Platform (RCP) Provides integration platform Scalable and intuitive way to monitor CICS systems Can be extended via plug-ins Client part of CICS Explorer common for z/OS and z/VSE Server part requires CICS TS and z/VSE 5.132 © 2012 IBM Corporation
  • 23. Service Oriented Architecture (SOA) – the way to new processes Applications look the same for all users Core applications can be enhanced with an interface (independent of their language, COBOL, ASM, PL/I, Java, C#) New business logic is built Increased success for the Enterprise Linux on System z Traditional System z deliverables VSAM appl-x New Logic DB Web Services debit check Product Catalog: DB2 •pictures •description DB2 shipping •specifications LUW IMS •testimonials WAS restock Supplier A LPAR or z/VM LPAR or z/VM Orders System z System z data Integration of Processes36 © 2012 IBM Corporation
  • 24. What is an Enterprise Service Bus? An Enterprise Service Bus (ESB) is a flexible Infrastructure for services and application integration An ESB reduces the number, size and complexity of your interfaces in a SOA solution. An ESB realizes following tasks between requestor und service • ROUTING of messages between Services • CONVERTING the transport protocol between requestor and service • TRANSFORMING message formats between requestor and service • HANDLING of business events between different types of services37 © 2012 IBM Corporation
  • 25. Integrated SOA Tooling Across ESB RuntimesAll 3 ESBs integrate with Eclipse, WTX, ITCAM for SOA and WSRRLegacy Mapping Tool: WebSphere TX SOA Registry:(Transformation Extender) WSRR WebSphere Service Registry and Repository Publish Find Enrich Manage Govern Development Tools: SOA Management: Eclipse/RAD/RDz ITCAM for SOA38 © 2010 IBM Corporation
  • 26. Integration Appliance XI50Purpose-built hardware for Enterprise Service Bus functionality• SOA Integration / ESB Message Enrichment / Web Service virtualization for legacy applications• Enforce high levels of security independent of protocol or payload format• Integrate with enterprise monitoring systems• Service level management options to shape traffic • Advanced protocol-bridging seamlessly supports a wide array of transports, including HTTP, WebSphere MQ, WebSphere JMS, Tibco EMS, FTP, NFS, et al. • Any-to-any “DataGlue” engine supports XML and Non-XML (Binary) payloads, promoting asset reuse and enabling integration without coding • Direct database access enables message-enrichment and data-as-a-service messaging patterns (DB2, Oracle, MS-SQL, Sybase) • High performance architecture creates low-cost, easily-scalable ESB solution for Smart SOA ! needs39 © 2010 IBM Corporation
  • 27. Cross platform Application IntegrationSOA with ESB – Enterprise Service Bus on zEnterpise © 2011 IBM Corporation
  • 28. The SOA ESB with Datapower in zEnterpriseconnecting via IEDN to traditional environment and Linux on z System z Hardware Management Console (HMC) System z Host Select IBM Blades Optimizers with Unified Resource Manager DataPower XI50z Future Offering Future Offering Linux z/VSE Linux on z/VSE on Linux on AIX on System z V4/V5 System z System x 1 POWER7 V5 or Windows 1 VSWITCH z/VM Blade Virtualization Blade Virtualization System z PR/SM z HW Resources Blade HW Resources Support Element zBX Private data network (IEDN) Private Management Network INMN Unified Resource Private Management Network (information only) Manager Private High Speed Data Network IEDN Customer Network Customer Network 1 All statements regarding IBM future direction and intent are subject to change or withdrawal without notice, and represents goals and objectives only.42 © 2012 IBM Corporation
  • 29. Data Warehouse and BI Solutions with Linux on System z45 © 2012 IBM Corporation
  • 30. Linux on System z as Data Warehouse and BIIntegrate, Consolidate, Evaluate, Decide, Explore Business Intelligence (BI) z/OS Linux on Environment System z + TCP/IP Connection Windows/ Cognos + CICS via VSAM Linux HiperSockets + COBOL Data Warehouse DB2 ORACLE DB2 LUW DB2 IMS DL/I DB2 / DB2 Oracle z/OS Windows/ Linux z/VM or LPAR LPAR or z/VM DB2 ORACLE IFL Engine (s) Standard CP Engine (s) DB2 IBM System z47 © 2012 IBM Corporation
  • 31. InfoSphere Federation Server on Linux on System z Integrating at the data layer – Federation of data – Read from and write to federated mainframe data sources using SQL – Standards-based access via JDBC, ODBC, or Call Level Interface ● Including for mainframe VSAM data and flat files – Multithreaded with native drivers for scalable performance – Metadata-driven means... ● No mainframe programming required ● Fast installation & configuration SQL ● Ease of maintenance – Works with existing and new... InfoSphere ● Mainframe infrastructure Federation Server ● Application infrastructure ● Toolsets Oracle VSAM DB2 Software AG CA MS IMS Data Adabas Datacom SQL48 © 2012 IBM Corporation
  • 32. COGNOS Model Elements Report Query Analysis Studio Studio Studio Create star schema modelCOGNOS Data Model from the consolidation and Query Model Analysis Model dimensional views Create measure and regular Presentation View dimensions based on the consolidation view Define calculations, filters, named expression and Consolidation View organize the data logically Define standard fields and properties, establish Foundation Object View relationship with standard dimensions Metadata Data49 © 2012 IBM Corporation
  • 33. IBM DB2 Analytics Accelerator V2.1Capitalizing on the best of both worlds – System z and NetezzaWhat is it? How is it different The IBM Smart Analytics Optimizer is a workload Performance: Unprecedented optimized, appliance add-on, that enables the response times to enable train of integration of business insights into operational thought analyses frequently blocked by processes to drive winning strategies. It accelerates select queries, with unprecedented response times. poor query performance. Integration: Connects to DB2 through deep integration providing transparency to all applications. Self-managed workloads: queries are executed in the most efficient way Transparency: applications connected to DB2 are entirely unaware of the Optimizer Simplified administration: appliance hands-free operations, eliminating many database tuning tasks Breakthrough Technology Enabling New Opportunities50 © 2012 IBM Corporation
  • 34. SAP Solutions on IBM zEnterprise System54 © 2012 IBM Corporation
  • 35. SAP solutions remain In high demand to meet clientrequirements for business insight, improved productivity, andinnovation SAP on System z: ERP financials, HR, CRM/SCM /SRM Industry solutions, like: – Banking, core banking, Bank Analyzer (reporting), risk and compliance – Insurance – Retail – Automotive Improve visibility, Expand and innovate Improve mission critical Business empower better without disruption industry business processes Warehouse/Intelligence decision making Today there are over 1500 installations of SAP on System z, and plenty of IT organizations looking to consolidate their SAP instances.55 © 2012 IBM Corporation
  • 36. SAP on IBM zEnterprise System Linux on System z SAP NetWeaver SAP NetWeaver Application Server Application Server ABAP ABAP JAVA JAVA ABAP ABAP JAVA JAVA DB2 Client DB2 Client DB2 Client DB2 Client z/OS SAP Central SAP Technology Services Components MDM MDM liveCache liveCache DB2 DB2 DB2 DB2 Data Sharing Data Sharing Data Sharing Data Sharing Private data network zEnterprise zEnterprise Unified Unified Resource Resource Manager Manager z196 zEnterprise zBX Customer Network Customer Network© SAP 2009, 2010 / Page 56
  • 37. Core Banking on IBM System zEnterprise59 © 2012 IBM Corporation
  • 38. 113 of top 120 banks by asset size choose System z…To directly impact the bottom line SMART IS Reducing costs and serving the client Caixa Galicia: Dramatic growth and national success, spurred by lean , efficient System z to deliver bank transaction costs 30% below Spain AverageTo serve the customerSMART ISBusiness continuity, security and agility Handelsbanken (Sweden): “Customers entrust us with their hard earned savings so it’s paramount that we select one of the industrys most powerful and secure servers - the IBM System z,” said Roger Rydberg, technical manager at Handelsbanken. “[System z] allows us to keep up with business climate changes because we can add or eliminate capacity any time based on customer demands. We can even make changes easily without having to stop any services.”To deliver growth SMART IS Improved speed to market with integration St Georges Bank: Integration of disparate systems and data to improve customer service, bringing new products to market. “We no longer want to invest the time and resources in two or three year initiatives. Business is changing so fast these days that we can’t afford to roll something in production that represents the thinking of three years ago.” Smart is not just for Vietnam: Protecting data from risks, while allowing existing mainframe clients: responsiveness to the high demands of banking62 © 2012 IBM Corporation
  • 39. Core Banking Solutions on IBM System zEnterprise System z Host z/OS Application Application A B Core Banking Batch Linux on Linux System z on Core Banking OLTP System z Hipersockets Database DB2 z/VM System z PR/SM z HW Resources Support Element 1 All statements regarding IBM future direction and intent are subject to change or64 withdrawal without notice, and represents goals and objectives only. (Statement of Direction) on System x blades in 4th quarter 2011 © 2012 IBM Corporation
  • 40. Central Backup for the Enterprise with Linux on System z68 © 2012 IBM Corporation
  • 41. Enterprise Backup with Linux on System z Implement TSM on Linux on System z as central Backup Hub Linux DB2 ORACLE Windows DB2 Linux on Info on MS SQL System z Demand System z Linux on Production System z Environment TSM Server DB2 LUW + TCP/IP Storage Pools (Tivoli Connection Data via + VTAM Storage Warehouse HiperSockets + CICS TS Manager) + VSAM DASD + COBOL Tapes / VTS + DB2 Tivoli DB2 z/VM or LPAR z/VM or LPAR z/VM IFL Engine(s) CP Engine(s) IBM System z69 © 2012 IBM Corporation
  • 42. High Availability integration of z/OS and Linux on System z using GDPS71 © 2012 IBM Corporation
  • 43. GDPS and xDR with z/VM guests – High availability Proxy – One linux system is configured as Proxy for GDPS which has special configuration • (Memory locked, Access rights to VM, One-Node-Cluster) – Is used for tasks that have z/VM scope • HyperSwap, shutdown z/VM, IPL z/VM guest Production Nodes – Run Linux Workload – Are used for local actions ( Shut down node, Maintenance Mode) Other Systems – Enabled for HyperSwap via xDR Proxy (Linux, z/VSE) – No re-IPL in place, no start/stop via GDPS (init, reipl, maint) Other System Production System guests z/VM Production System xDR Proxy z/OS xDR Heartbeat xDR Heartbeat for Re-IPL xDR Heartbeat Heartbeat xDR in Place xDR Cmd Heartbeat Receiver START commands STOPxDRCmd START node scope Linux Receiver STOP SA MP Cluster xDR Cmd SAxDR Cmd MP Cluster commands GDPS K-System z/VSE Receiver z/VM scope Receiver erpd erpd init Initialization erpd init erpd Disk Error Detection z/VM vmcp logrec VM Device 3228 Physical Device Physical Device PPRC 4000 500072 © 2012 IBM Corporation Site 1 Site 2
  • 44. Cloud Computing with Linux on System z and integration of cloud and traditional73 © 2012 IBM Corporation
  • 45. Cloud computing service Layers User CRM/ERP/HR Collaboration Business Industry Processes Applications Software as a Service Middleware Web 2.0 Application Java High Volume Runtime Transactions Runtime Development Database Tooling Platform as a Service Data Center Servers Networking Storage Fabric Shared virtualized, dynamic provisioning Infrastructure as a Service74 VIRTUALIZATION + STANDARDIZATION + AUTOMATION = smaller costs higher flexibility © 2012 IBM Corporation
  • 46. Universita di Bari BENEFITS to Clients Innovative Cloud Solutions Wine Market Cloud computing allows Support for 60 wineries to multiple organizations to determine demand and tap into heavy-duty heavy- get best market price computing power at minimal cost. Fish Market MoniCA It lowers the barrier for Electronic fish auction for Logistics solution tracks local businesses to benefit fishermen while on boats and collects data real time from this technology. Solution Edition for Cloud Computing Solve community challenges Universita di Bari, established in 1924, is developing cloud-based solutions for a consortium of companies and universities from five regions of southern Italy.75 Press release: © 2012 IBM Corporation
  • 47. SAP on IBM zEnterprise System with zBX Linux on System z SAP NetWeaver SAP NetWeaver Application Server Application Server ABAP ABAP JAVA JAVA ABAP ABAP JAVA JAVA DB2 Client DB2 Client DB2 Client DB2 Client z/OS SAP Central SAP Technology Services Components MDM MDM liveCache liveCache DB2 DB2 DB2 DB2 Data Sharing Data Sharing Data Sharing Data Sharing Private data network zEnterprise zEnterprise Unified Unified Resource Resource Manager Manager z196 zEnterprise zBX76 Customer Network Customer Network © 2012 IBM Corporation
  • 48. Examples of Oracle Solutions on IBM System zEnterprise System z Hardware Management Console (HMC) System z Host Select IBM Blades Optimizers Oracle Oracle DB E-Business 11g R2 and IBM Fusion Certified with Unified Resource Manager Suite Middleware IBM Smart Analytics Optimizer DB2 V10 Oracle Applications Future Offering Future Offering DataPower 1 z/OS Linux Linux z/TPF on on Linux on AIX on z/VSE System z System z System x 1 POWER7 z/VM 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 Customer Network77 © 2012 IBM Corporation
  • 49. Other SystemsSystems Management Software Enterprise Service ManagementManagement $$ $$ $$ $$ $$ Active Energy Manager Service and Support Additional Plug-Ins Additional Plug-Ins Additional Plug-Ins Additional Plug-InsIBM Systems Director NetworkControl StorageControl VMControl Advanced Manager BOFM Managers & Configuration Priced Plug-Ins Automation Update System x & Blade Center Base Systems Status Remote Access System z Director Managers Virtualization Power Systems & Core Director Services Hardware Discovery Configuration Storage Configuration Platform Managers Resource Management Managed virtual and physical environments Hardware IBM and non-IBM hardware 78 © 2012 IBM Corporation
  • 50. From Infrastructure toTSAM – The Cloud Management Control-Point Cloud Management Control point with Tivoli SaaS Cloud Ecosystem Web, Collaboration Analytics and Transaction BusinessWorkloads and Infrastructure High Performance Processing ApplicationsService measurement Computing and DatabaseService reporting Technology Technology Technology TechnologyUsage accounting Highly Threaded Compute intensive Scale ScaleAuditing and controls Throughput-oriented High I/O Bandwidth High Transaction Rates High Quality of Service High Memory Bandwidth High Quality of Service Scale Out Capable Large Memory Footprint Floating point Handle Peak Workloads Lower Quality of Service Resiliency and Security Responsive Infrastructure Scale out CapableTivoli Service Tiv oli TSAM v 7.2 Service Service TUAMAutomation End to End Serv ice Management TPM Monitoring Request Mgr Automation ProvisioningLayer Mgr Mgr Usage Automate process Reports Web 2.0 Tivoli Process Automation Engineof instantiating and User Orchestration workflowsmanaging a Interfacedistributed IT Billingenvironment. Reports Service Image Work- Automation Library flows Templates TADDM VM C ontrolVirtualized IaaS Cloud EcosystemInfrastructure Layer x86 / zBX Cisco UCS Sy stem p / SUN Sy stem z UC S HMC NIM HMC VM PArtition VM Partition VM Partition VM Partition VM Partition VM Partition ManagerVirtualized resources VMVirtualized aggregation VM …Physical infrastructure Hypervisor Hypervisor Hypervisor Hypervisor (KVM, VMware, Xen) (vSphere) (PowerVM) (zVM) Storage Network Storage Network Storage Network (Vmax) 80 © 2012 IBM Corporation
  • 51. Automate cross platform workload with Linux on System z82 © 2012 IBM Corporation
  • 52. Tivoli Workload Automation Integration Points Tivoli Service Re WebSphere Servi Service quest ce Tivoli Business Manager Registry & Repo sitory Mana ger ion WebSphere Applicat Tivoli INFOMAN Serve r WebSphere Extended Deployment Tivoli CCM Tivoli Enterpri DB se Portal Web Services an d J2EE Tivoli OMEGAM ON SAP Systems Tivoli Workload Tivoli Monitorin g Automation Oracle System s Tivoli Netcool OMNIbus PeopleSoft Syste Workload Manager ms e Console Tivoli Enterpris Tivoli Syste m Automat Manager z/OS & Mul ion Tivoli Storage tiplatforms ioning Tivoli Provis Tivoli NetView Manager Process Management Services Tivoli Configuration Open G Performance rid Serv Manager Architec ices Management Services ture Infrastructure Services Business & Application Services84 © 2012 IBM Corporation
  • 53. Workload Automation on zEnterprise Fit for purpose workload deployment zCentric end-to-end solution ideal Job execution and monitoring to manage heterogeneous workloads across System z and Blade extensions, under a single System z Hardware Management Console z(HMC) System z Host Accelerators Application Serving Blades point of control and management Commercial HPC Workloads Data Power XML Processing Smart Analytics Optimizer ISS - Security Processing TWS Future option to exploit Unified Agent Agent TWS Agent TWS with Ensemble Management TWS for Agent TWS z/OS Resource Management interfaces zOS xSAP Linux TWS AIX would provide unprecedented Linux workload moving and optimization Linux x86 Power z/VM Blade Virtualization Blade Virtualization capabilities System z PR/SM Blade HW Resources Business benefits Z HW Resources Reduce costs with fit-for-purpose zBX -Optional Factory Packaged Application Serving platform, and implement a Service Element Blades and Accelerators virtualized and green data center Private Data Network Realize data-proximity processing Ensemble Management Firmware Private Management Network Private High Speed Data Network with high bandwidth for distributed applications86 © 2012 IBM Corporation
  • 54. Application Extensions allow business users to take advantage of processes in a managed approach New Tivoli Workload Automation application Business benefits extensible framework Share infrastructure among Customers shifting from traditional backend applications transaction focused systems to modern systems running web applications and heterogeneous Reduces labor costs, enabling to applications automate new workloads with the same staff of people Workload Automation role is maintaining a single No request for new skill: re-using of point of control over workloads workload automation processes and procedures already in place TWS 8.6 easily build and deploy application plugins Emerging to extend the reach of automation to any new workloads workload type File Transfer Web Service Traditional Database PeopleSoft workloads Java Proofpoints – Customer quotes Oracle Client J2EE SAP Server JMS “Very concrete needs” from Mainframe Batch BPs or “early adopters”87 © 2012 IBM Corporation
  • 55. SummaryThe demands placed on the data center have never been greater. IBM System zEnterprise: 1. Enables mixed workload Business Processes to be deployed, and centrally managed2. Allows optimized integration of data, applications, and web serving3. Delivers dynamically responsive IT with lower acquisition and operating costs4. Meets the need of heterogeneous data centersA strategic systems platform….A strategic systems platform….Helping to free up resources for critical projects and establish a base for the futureHelping to free up resources for critical projects and establish a base for the future ZSP03505-USEN-0088 © 2012 IBM Corporation
  • 56. Links to Information on System z IBM System z Data sheets: Video IBM System z Solution Edition for Enterprise Linux Oracle on System z Enterprise - YouTube Enterprise Linux Server IBM zEnterprise System Oracle Solutions on System z Server Data Sheets: Linux on System z FAQ Running Oracle Database 11g Release 2 on Linux on IBM z/VM virtualization and Linux on IBM zEnterprise System System z Servers IBM Offerings: Oracle and System z FAQ Financing • Link is also available on Oracle website IBM System z running Linux Oracle Database and Middleware Client Case Studies For Oracle On Linux For System Z Servers: Solutions Transzap Oracle E-Business Suite on Linux for IBM System zEnterprise Bank of New Zealand Siebel on Oracle on Linux for IBM System z Servers Clabby Analytics Whitepapers: Siebel on DB2 z/OS on IBM System z Servers ELCOT PeopleSoft on Oracle on Linux for IBM System z Servers KMD PeopleSoft on DB2 z/OS on IBM System z Servers Other Client Studies: Dundee Ziff Davis Enterprise Whitepaper: Scaling Your Oracle E-Business Suite with IBM System z and Linux89 © 2012 IBM Corporation
  • 57. Questions? Wilhelm Mild IBM Deutschland Research & Development GmbH IBM IT Architect Schönaicher Strasse 220 71032 Böblingen, Germany Office: +49 (0)7031-16-3796 © 2012 IBM Corporation
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