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    [Chaco] Optimización del área de TI con Servidores POWER y System x – Gabriel Simona [Chaco] Optimización del área de TI con Servidores POWER y System x – Gabriel Simona Presentation Transcript

    • Optimización del área de ITcon servidores POWER y System xGabriel Simona
    • La nueva forma de pensar a IT Viejos Paradigmas de IT Nueva ConcepciónEnfoque en el Servidor Físico Enfoque en la Carga de TrabajoRecursos de Servidor, Storage y Pooles de Recursos CompartidosRed Independientes Escalamiento de RecursosEscalamiento a Nivel de Cajas IndependientesIntegración del Hardware, Manejo Automático de la Cargas deAplicaciones, Gestión Librados al TrabajoUsuario 2 © 2012 IBM Corporation
    • Familia de Sistemas de IBM IBM System xIBM System x iDataPlex IBM BladeCenter IBM System z IBM System Networking 3 IBM Power Systems IBM System Storage © 2012 IBM Corporation
    • Familia de Sistemas de IBM Facilidad de Tecnologías uso estándares de la industria IBM System x IBM Power Systems IBM System z IBM System Storage IBMSystem xiDataPlex IBM BladeCenter Eficiencia Confiabilidad Virtualización Escalabilidad Disponibilidad Diseñado para introducir capacidad enterprise probada de IBM 4 a la línea de productos estándares de la industria © 2012 IBM Corporation
    • IBM BladeCenter ¿Por qué?5 © 2012 IBM Corporation
    • Por qué IBM BladeCenter Cable suelto Varios mouses y una caja de algo Teléfono ergonómico Post-its y clips Tapita de server caída en el piso Monitor y teclado spare Agujerito en la pared Vaso térmico con café Base con ruedas6 Papelito con password de admin o root © 2012 IBM Corporation
    • Por qué IBM BladeCenter  Diferentes necesidades  Diferentes aplicaciones  Diferentes procesadores  Diferentes herramientas Network Application Security Application Web Security File WebSphere Servers Servers Servers Servers Servers Gateway Servers Application Servers  Muchas necesidades  Muchas aplicaciones  Muchos procesadores  Mismas herramientas  Mismos recursos7 © 2012 IBM Corporation
    • Por qué IBM BladeCenter Public Internet/ Intranet Clients Firewalls Routers (L3 Switches) Layer 4-7 Switches Layer 2 Switches Network Application Security Application Web Security File WebSphere Servers Servers Servers Servers Servers Gateway Servers Application Servers Storage Fibre Switches SAN8 © 2012 IBM Corporation
    • Por qué IBM BladeCenter  Unificación de multiples herramientas de administracion de servidores Public Internet/  Eliminación de cables SAN Intranet Clients Firewalls Routers  Eliminación de cables LAN  Integración en chasis de múltiples switches externos  Switches KVM eliminados  Reducción de Costos de PDU SA  Reducción de cables de Poder N  Minimización de Poder, disipación de calor y uso de espacio físico.9 © 2012 IBM Corporation
    • Por qué IBM BladeCenter 1. La más amplia variedad de chasis, blades, storage y networking compatibles 2. Disponibilidad sólida con múltiples niveles de redundancia 3. Confiabilidad end-to-end y alineación con las mejores prácticas 4. Excelente eficiencia energética con tecnologías pioneras en potencia y refrigeración 5. Performance de E/S superior y switches basados en tecnología abierta10 © 2012 IBM Corporation
    • Por qué IBM BladeCenterUn ecosistema abierto de partners posibilitan la integración perfectaen el centro de datos que tiene hoy…y el que tendrá mañanaLa estrategia de E/S no-proprietaria hace de IBM la única opciónpara elegir conectividad líbrementeEl primero con innovaciones en todas las tecnologías de red:Fiber Channel, Ethernet, FCoE, SAS, Infiniband Virtual Fabric en IBM BladeCenter Crea y mantiene cualquier velocidad entre 1Gb y 10Gb! 4 Funciones virtuales por puerto de 10Gb Ethernet, HW iSCSI, o FCoE todo-en-uno11 © 2012 IBM Corporation
    • Familia de Chasis IBM BladeCenter IBM BladeCenter E Máxima eficiencia IBM BladeCenter T energética, Resistente máxima densidad  Diseño en 8UIBM BladeCenter S  Diseño en 7U  Hasta 8 blades IBM BladeCenter HT Pequeñas oficinas,  Hasta 14 blades IBM BladeCenter H  Modelos AC o DC Resistente, distribución, fácil de  Midplane hasta 8Gb Alta performance  Cumplimiento NEBS alta performance configurar  Máxima densidad  2004, 2006  Diseño en 9U  Diseño en 12U  Diseño en 7U  2002, 2006, 2009  Hasta 14 blades  Hasta 12 blades  Hasta 6 blades  Midplane hasta 10Gb  Modelos AC o DC  110 o 208V  Flexibilidad de E/S hasta  Cumplimiento NEBS  Storage interno 8 puertos  Midplane hasta 10GB  2007  2006, 2010  2007  Comparten el mismo set de blades  Comparten el mismo set de switches y fabrics de E/S estándares  Comparten la misma infraestructura de administración 12 © 2012 IBM Corporation
    • Chasis IBM BladeCenter H Two bays behind bezel for hot-swap redundant power supplies with PFA and three replaceable fans on each 29” Front of Light Path Diagnostics Panel 9U Hot-swap media tray with optical bay, two USB ports, and Light Path Diagnostics panel 14 bays for support up to 14 blades Handles Slot for service Two bays behind bezel reference card for hot-swap redundant power supplies with PFA and three replaceable Weight: 90 pounds fans on each13 Up to 350 pounds (populated) © 2012 IBM Corporation
    • Chasis IBM BladeCenter H Ventilation space Blade server Upper midplane Redundant switch modules Lower midplane Redundant power and I/O connectors on front and rear of each midplane Blade server14 © 2012 IBM Corporation
    • Chasis IBM BladeCenter H Upper midplane Space occupied by blade server Ventilation spaces I/O connector Power connector High-speed I/O connector High-speed I/O connector I/O connector Power connector Lower midplane15 © 2012 IBM Corporation
    • Chasis IBM BladeCenter H Redundant power input High-speed switch module bays Redundant power inputSwitch module Hot-swapbay 1 Advanced(dedicated Managementethernet) Module (AMM)Dedicated bridge Switch modulemodule slot bay 3 (or bridge slot)Switch modulebay 2 Optional hot-swap(dedicated redundantethernet) Advanced ManagementDedicated Module (AMM)bridge moduleslot Switch module bay 4 (or bridgeLight Path slot)DiagnosticspanelAggregatedserial connector Hot-swap redundant blowers with PFA High-speed switch module bays16 © 2012 IBM Corporation (directly AC powered)
    • Chasis IBM BladeCenter H Power Domain A Power Domain B Left Redundant Pair Power Module 1 Power Module 3 Right Redundant Pair Standard in BladeCenter H chassis  Optional for BladeCenter H chassis Operate as N+N redundant pair  Operates as N+N redundant pair Load balancing power modules  Load balancing power module Power Module 1 powers blades 1-7, I/O  Power Module 3 powers blades 8-14, modules 1, 2, 3, 4, 7, 8, and AMMs I/O modules 1, 2, 5, 6, 7, 8, and AMMs Power Module 2 powers blades 1-7, I/O  Power Module 4 powers blades 8-14, modules 1, 2, 3, 4, 9, 10, and AMMs I/O modules 1, 2, 5, 6, 9, 10, and AMMs Power Module 2 Power Module 4 IBM BladeCenter H Blower Module IBM BladeCenter H Power Module Power I/O Module 7 Power Source I/O Module 8 Source 1 2 I/O Module 1 I/O Module 5 I/O Module 3 AMM 1 Blower Module 1 Directly powered by AC (Blower 1 via  Front loading for easier service I/O Module 2 I/O Module 6 I/O Module 4 Power Source 1, Blower 2 via Power  No cable removal for replacement AMM 2 Source 2) Blower Module 2  Each power module includes a three pack N+N redundant of fans When a blower is removed, chassis is  Two of three fans needed for operation designed to prevent air flow issues I/O Module 9 Blower speed is controlled by AMM I/O Module 10 17 © 2012 IBM Corporation
    • Chasis IBM BladeCenter S ¿Cuál solución eligiría para su empresa?IBM BladeCenter S combina servidores, storages, switches, fuentes depoder, refrigeración y cables en una solución autocontenida fácilmente manejable para oficinas pequeñas18 © 2012 IBM Corporation
    • Chasis IBM BladeCenter SHot-swap media tray with optical, twoUSB ports, Light Path Diagnosticspanel, and two battery backup bays Front of Light Path Diagnostics Panel 7U 29” Weight: 90 pounds Up to 240 pounds (populated) Slot for service Two storage 6 blade server 19 reference card module bays bays © 2012 IBM Corporation
    • Chasis IBM BladeCenter S Upper midplane Space occupied by blade server Ventilation spaces I/O connector Power connector I/O connector I/O connector I/O connector Power connector20 Lower midplane © 2012 IBM Corporation
    • Chasis IBM BladeCenter S Module Bay 3 for Ethernet, FC, or SAS for DSM Hot-swap Advanced Module Bay 1 for Ethernet Module (via CFFv or CIOv adapter on blade) Management Module (AMM) (via integrated ethernet on blade) Two standard hot-swap redundant watt power supplies (950W at 110V, or 1450W at 220V) with PFA7U LED panel Module Bay for optional Serial Pass-Through Module Two optional hot-swap redundant Four hot-swap Module Bay 2 Module Bay 4 watt power supplies (950W at 110V, redundant cooling for ethernet use for Ethernet, FC, or SAS for DSM 21 or 1450W at 220V) with PFA fans with PFA (via CFFh adapter on blade) (via CFFv or CIOv adapter on blade) © 2012 IBM Corporation
    • Chasis IBM BladeCenter S IBM BladeCenter S con el Office Acoustical ModuleEnablement Kit opcional brinda eficiencia y el silencio de una conversación a la pequeña oficina 11U Lockable wheels Lockable door Optional console kit 22 © 2012 IBM Corporation
    • Administración de IBM BladeCenter Status LEDs Hot-swap Advanced Serial port (RJ45) Management Module Video DB-15 Ethernet RJ45 Optional USB dual stack hot-swap redundant for mouse and Advanced keyboard Management Module Advance Management Module23 © 2012 IBM Corporation
    • Networking en IBM BladeCenter  2 x Gb EthernetIntegrated 2 x  2 x 4Gb FibreGb Ethernet  2 x 8Gb Fibre  2 x SAS Ethernet Compact I/O “Vertical” (CIOv) Adapter Ethernet CIOv Redundant Midplane IBM BladeCenter E IBM BladeCenter HS22 Ethernet Redundant CIOv Midplane24 © 2012 IBM Corporation
    • Networking en IBM BladeCenter  2 x Gb Ethernet  2 x 4Gb Fibre Integrated 2 x  2 x 8Gb Fibre Gb Ethernet  2 x SASEthernet Compact I/O “Vertical” (CIOv) Adapter CFFh Ethernet CIOv Redundant Midplane IBM BladeCenter HS22 IBM BladeCenter H Ethernet Redundant CIOv Midplane CFFh Compact Form Factor “Horizontal” (CFFh) Adapter  2 x Gb Ethernet and 2 x 8Gb Fibre  2 x 10Gb Ethernet  4 x 10Gb Ethernet  2 x 10Gb Converged  2 x Virtual Fabric  2 x InfiniBand 25 © 2012 IBM Corporation
    • Networking en IBM BladeCenter Ethernet Fibre Channel Miscellaneous Layer 2/3 Gb Copper Ethernet Switch  10 Port 8Gb SAN Switch  SAS Connectivity Module Layer 2/3 Gb Fibre Ethernet Switch  20 Port 8Gb SAN Switch  BladeCenter S SAS RAID Module Layer 2-7 Gb Etherent Swtich  Enterprise 20 Port 8Gb SAN Switch  BladeCenter S Serial Pass-Thru Module 1/10Gb Uplink Ethernet Switch Cisco Catalyst Switch 3012  Intelligent 8Gb Pass-Thru Module Cisco Catalyst Switch 3110G  20 Port 8Gb SAN Switch Module Cisco Catalyst Switch 3110X Virtual Fabric Extension Module (FCoE)  10 Port 4Gb Fibre Channel Switch  20 Port 4Gb Fibre Channel Switch Server Connectivity Module Intelligent Copper Pass-Thru Module 26 © 2012 IBM Corporation
    • Networking en IBM BladeCenter Ethernet Interconnect Virtual Fabric 10Gb Switch Module (FCoE)  Converged 10GbE Switch Module (FCoE)  Multi-Switch Interconnect Module (MSIM) MSIM permite instalar la mayoría de los módulos de switch estándares en bahías de alta velocidad Nexus 4001I Switch Module (FCoE)  10Gb Ethernet Pass-Thru Module (FCoE) InfiniBand MSIM Bay 1 MSIM Bay 2  40Gb InfiniBand Switch Module 27 © 2012 IBM Corporation
    • Virtual Fabric en IBM BladeCenter 1Gb Port Solución de 1Gb tradicional 10Gb Port Solución de 10Gb o CEE/FCoE Virtual Fabric en IBM BladeCenter Selección entre 1Gb and 10Gb!! 4 puertos virtuales por puerto físico de 10Gb28 © 2012 IBM Corporation
    • Virtual Fabric en IBM BladeCenter 10Gb vGroup 1Virtual Fabric 10Gb PortAdapter Port vGroup 2 10Gb vGroup 3 Virtual Fabric 10G Switch Port 10Gb Port vGroup 4 Slice and dice the  Up to four Virtual NIC ports  Map vNICs to up to four  Ability allocate 100G of 10Gb bandwidth any per 10Gb port Virtual Groups per uplink bandwidth way you want  Bandwidth assigned in chassis for ease of  Assign virtual groups Multiple virtual ports 100Mb increments management bandwidths in increments and protocols from a  Each is presented as an  Manage four vGroups of 10G single physical port individual NIC to the per chassis instead of  VMready can migrate Planned future FCoE operating system 112 vNICs networking characteristics upgrade  Ability to provide isolation  Ability to provide with VM Migration between the vNICs isolation between  Management via  Planned future virtual vGroups command line interface, converged network adapter graphical interface, or (vCNA) with no separate Open Fabric Manager HBA needed  FCoE ready 29 © 2012 IBM Corporation
    • Servidores IBM BladeCenter Chasis blade líder de la industria diseñado sin puntos únicos de falla, amplia conectividad de red, y ergonomía superior. BladeCenter Power Blades x86 Blades Power and x86 Consolidación de servidores Power  Extiende el amplio ecosistema x86 Extiende el potencial de UNIX/Power  Aplicaciones Windows/Linux Ejecución de aplicaciones basadas en AIX  Consolidación de servidores x86 Introduce la seguridad habitual de UNIX  Explota la capacidad de Windows  Consolidación de servidores Power y x86  Adapta su IT a su negocio, no al revés  Proporciona la mejor combinación de aplicaciones  Power con la robustez de UNIX para bases de datos y cargas comerciales  x86 con Windows/Linux para web 30 © 2012 IBM Corporation
    • Servidores IBM BladeCenter HS12 HS22 HS22V HX5 HX5 + MAX5 HX5 Single Socket Two Socket Two Socket Two Socket Two Socket Four Socket Xeon 3000 Series Xeon 5600 Series Xeon 5600 Series Xeon 7500 & 6500 Series Xeon 7500 & 6500 Series Xeon 7500 Series PS700 PS701 PS703 PS702 PS704 QS22 Single Socket Single Socket Two Socket Two Socket Four Socket Two Socket31 Power 7 Power 7 Power 7 Power 7 Power 7 PowerXCell © 2012 IBM Corporation
    • Familia de Servidores IBM x86 Intelligent Cluster iDataPlex Clusters, HPC,Large symmetrical Virtualization, multiprocessing Web 2.0 (SMP) & Cloud Enterprise Class x3850 X5 dx360 M3 x3690 X5 Scale up / SMP computing x3755 M3 x3650 M3 BladeCenter Flagship Class S, E, H, T, HT x3550 M3 x3400 M3 x3500 M3 HX5 x3630 M3 HS12/22/22V x3620 M3 LS22/42 JS12//22/23/43 x3200 M3 QS21/22 x3100 M3 HS22 Single Socket x3250 M3 HS12 Dual Socket HS22V Multi Socket High density Scale out / distributed computing 32 © 2012 IBM Corporation
    • Servidores IBM x86 Enerprise Intel Xeon serie E7 6500 y 7500 para servidores IBM escalablesQPI Scaling Two BladeCenter HX5 Two System x3850 X5 4 socket 32 DIMM 8U eight socket 128 DIMMMAX 5 Memory Scaling BladeCenter HX5 + MAX5 System x3690 X5 + MAX5 System x3850 X5 + MAX5 2 socket 40 DIMM 3U two socket 64 DIMM 5U four socket 96 DIMMBase System BladeCenter HX5 System x3690 X5 System x3850 X5 2 socket 16 DIMM 2U two socket 32 DIMM 4U four socket 64 DIMM 33 © 2012 IBM Corporation
    • Nuevos Microprocesadores Intel Intel Xeon serie E5-2600 para los nuevos servidores x86 de IBM Más Núcleos Más Memoria Up to Más Integración 8.0 GT/s Más Ancho de Banda Up to DDR3 1600 = New On E5-260034 © 2012 IBM Corporation
    • Nuevos Microprocesadores Intel Intel® Xeon® processor Relative SPECint*_rate_base2006 Estimates 5600 series 8C 135W E5-2690 1.60 2.9 GHz 1.51 8C 130W E5-2680 6C 130W 2.7 GHz 1.00 3.46 GHz X5690 1.46 8C 115W Low PowerAdvanced E5-2670 2.6 GHz 0.95 6C 95W X5675 8C 70W 3.06 GHz 1.37 8C 115W E5-2665 .85 2.4 GHz 1.8 GHz E5-2650L 6C 95W 0.90 2.80 GHz X5660 1.29 8C 95W 8C 70W E5-2660 .82 2.2 GHz 1.8 GHz E5-2450L 0.89 6C 95W X5650 1.19 8C 95W E5-2650 2.66 GHz 2.0 GHz 6C 60W .72 2.0 GHz E5-2630L 6C 80W 6C 95W E5-2640 1.08 2.5 GHz 0.79 2.53 GHz X5649 6C 60W .69 Standard 6C 95W 2.0 GHz 6C 80W X5645 1.02 2.3 GHz E5-2630 E5-2430L 0.76 2.40 GHz 4C 80W X5620 0.92 6C 95W E5-2620 0.58 2.40 GHz 2.0 GHz 4C 80W E5-2609 0.61 2.4 GHz 0.42 4C 80W E5607 All SKUs, frequencies and 2.26 GHz features are Basic 0.40 4C 80W E5606 2.13 GHz 4C 80W E5-2603 PRELIMINARY and can 0.51 1.8 GHz change without notice 0.31 4C 80W E5603 1.60 GHz Intel® Xeon® processor E5-2600 product family 35 Socket-R © 2012 IBM Corporation
    • Servidor IBM BladeCenter HS23Beneficios Características Claves• Menores costos de networking • Virtual Fabric de 10GbE integrado Hasta 30% de ahorro con VF integrado para redes de alta velocidad 30% Savings w/• Performance elevada • Incluye las últimas tecnologías de Integrated VF 62% más poder de cómputo cómputo, red y almacenamiento 20% más VMs 10GbE• Configuración simpile • Despliegue en 0 días con la Networking Acelera el tiempo de puesta en marcha herramienta IBM FastSetup• Mayor flexibilidad en networking • Hasta 18 puertos de red Ethernet, 62% Integra múlitples tecnologías FCoE y iSCSI More Perf• Protección de la inversión Agraga más capacidades a la infraestructura Soporta la infraestructura de • 20% More VMs chasis actual 36 © 2012 IBM Corporation
    • Servidor IBM BladeCenter HS2337 © 2012 IBM Corporation
    • Servidor IBM BladeCenter HS23 1GbE Switch Bays Integrated Virtual Fabric LOM Dual 10GbE/1Gb FCoE/iSCI CFFh Card High Speed Switch Bays CIOv Card Switch Bays 10Gb E & FCoE 40Gb IB 10GbE & FCoE 1GbE / 8Gb FC Combo 40Gb IB, MSIM 1Gb E 1GbE 8Gb FC 8Gb FC 3Gb SAS 3Gb SAS38 © 2012 IBM Corporation
    • Servidor IBM BladeCenter HS23 IBM FastSetup Características Soportadas Reducción de Tiempo Automatización con plantillas Actualización de versión seleccionable Descubrimiento automático Operación bare metal Independencia de OS Habilidad para actualizar switches39 © 2012 IBM Corporation
    • Servidores x86 Individuales IBM System x3550 M4  Up to 8 cores per CPU  Up to 768GB of memory  10Gb networking System x3650 M4  Flexible RAID designGeneral Business System x3500 M4 System x3755 M3  Optimized for HPC  Up to 4 CPUs per 2U iDataPlex dx360 M4High Performance System x3620 M3  Up to 6 cores per CPU  Up to 192GB of memory  Maximum storage capacity  Upgradable networking System x3630 M3Value 2-socket System x3400 M3 System x3100 M4  Entry priced  Up to 32GB of memory System x3250 M4Entry 1-socket 40 © 2012 IBM Corporation
    • Servidor IBM System x3650 M4 System x3650 M4 Processors Sandy Bridge EP up to 8 cores #Socket 2 Form factor 2U Rack Memory Slots 24 slots (UDIMM/RDIMM) Max Memory Up to 768GB Media bays Optional DVD and Tape Bay Disk Drive type SAS/SATA/SSD HDD bays 16x 2.5” or 6x 3.5” HDDs RAID RAID on Motherboard NIC/TPM 4x 1Gb (std.) + 2x 10Gb (slotless opt.) /TPM PCIe (x16/x8) 3-6 PCIe ports (2/2, 1/4 or 0/6) or 4 PCI-X or 2 Double Width PCIe support w/ Slotless 10 Gb NIC and RAID Power AC 750W/900W550W, DC 750W Up to 80 plus Platinum • USB ports 2 front/4 back/2 internal Opciones de networking enriquecidas VGA ports 1 front/1 back • Diseño flexible en RAID • Fan Design 4x Hot swap redundant fans Soporte de procesadores Intel Xeon E5-2600 • Optimizado para flexibilidad y performance Light Path Light Path panel in front • Tecnología IBM eXFlash para grandes IOPS System MGMT IMMv2, dedicated LAN port41 Warranty 3 years (parts/labor) IBM Corporation © 2012
    • Servidor IBM System x3650 M4 VGA Light Path Panel 16- 2.5” HDD/SSD Slim ODD Tape USB VGA Light Path Panel 6- 3.5” HDD Slim ODD Tape USB 1 FH/FL PCI Card 1 FH/HL 2 FH/FL2 FH/HL PCI Card PCI CardPCI Card 2x MGMT VGA COM 10GbE USB PSU 42 GbE x4 x4 © 2012 IBM Corporation
    • Servidor IBM System x3550 M4 System x3550 M4 Processors Sandy Bridge EP up to 8 cores #Socket 2 Form factor 1U Rack Memory Slots 24 slots (UDIMM/RDIMM) Max Memory Up to 768GB Media bays DVD Bay (Optional w/ 2.5” HDDs) Disk Drive type SAS/SATA/SSD HDD bays 8x 2.5” or 3x 3.5” HDDs RAID Slotless RAID NIC/TPM 4x 1Gb (std.) + 2x 10Gb (slotless opt.) /TPM PCIe (x16/x8) 2 PCIe ports (1/1 or 2/0) + Slotless 10 Gb NIC and RAID Power AC 550W/750W, DC 750W Up to 80 plus Platinum • Opciones de networking enriquecidas USB ports 2 front/4 back/2 internal • Soporte de procesadores Intel Xeon E5-2600 VGA ports 1 front/1 back • Optimizado para densidad y performance Fan Design 6x Hot swap redundant fans Light Path Light Path panel in front System MGMT IMMv2, dedicated LAN port43 Warranty © 2012 IBM Corporation 3 years (parts/labor)
    • Servidor IBM System x3550 M4 VGA 2 USB Operator 2.5” HDD Bay 8x 2.5” HDD/SSD Panel ODD 3.5” HDD Bay VGA 3 USB Operator Panel 6x 3.5” HDDLow Profile PCI Card 1GbE x 2 FHHL PCI Card NMI 1GbE x 2 COM port VGA port USB x 4 PSUx2 10G x 2 (via mezz card) 44 © 2012 IBM Corporation
    • Servidor IBM System x3500 M4Una solución de negocio todo-en-uno que se System x3500 M4puede colocar bajo el escritorio. El x3500 Processors Sandy Bridge EP up to 8 coresservidor de dos-sockets diseñado para #Socket 2satisfacer las necesidades más demandantes. Form factor Tower (5U rack option) Memory Slots 24 slots (UDIMM/RDIMM) Max Memory Up to 768GB Media bays Standard DVD-ROM and Tape Bay Disk Drive type 2.5” SAS/SATA or 3.5” SATA HDD bays Up to 32x 2.5” or 8x 3.5” HDDs RAID 6Gb Cache RAID: M5115 or M5125 RAID 0,1,10,5,50 optional 6,60 NIC/TPM 4x 1Gb + 2x 10Gb(opt.) /TPM Std. PCIe Up to 8 PCI slots From Proc. 1: 1 PCIe Gen2 x16 (Up to 225W), 4 PCIe Gen2 x8 (2 with Elec x4), 1 PCIe Gen2 x8 (Elec x4) From Processor 2: 2 PCIe Gen2 x 16 (Up to 225W) Optional: 1 PCI-X (by interposer card) Power Redundant 750W/900W, 80 plus I/O Ports USB: 2 front/4 back/2 internal 1 Serial port, 1 VGA port Fan Design 3+3 Simple swap redundant fans Light Path Front Light Path Diagnostic System Mgmt. IMM v2 with dedicated port 45 © 2012 IBM Corporation Warranty 3 years (parts/labor)
    • Servidor IBM System x3500 M4 x3500 M4 Base Models with 8 x 2.5”Side door handlesTo help customers to easilypull the system out of a cabinitSide door key LockOne locking mechanisium tohave both the front bezel andside door cove secured 8 x 2.5" HS SAS/SATA HDD Support Power button x3500 M4 Base Models Space for additional 24 x with 8 x 3.5” 2.5” HDDs Standard HH DVD- ROM Additional one 5 ¼ inch bay for tape drives 8 x 3.5" SS/HS SAS/SATA HDD Support 46 © 2012 IBM Corporation
    • Tecnología IBM POWER Power your Planet + AIX® - The Future of UNIX Total Integration with IBM i Scalable Linux® ready for x86 Consolidation Virtualization without Limits  Drive higher utilization Workload-Optimizing Systems  Dynamically scale per demand Intelligent Energy Optimization Resiliency without Downtime  Energy cost reduction  Roadmap to continuous  EnergyScale™ technologies availability  High availability systems & scaling47 © 2012 IBM Corporation
    • Procesadores IBM POWEREn containers de carga, En grabadoras de En teléfonosusando controladores DVD Sony Motorolaintegrados sellados antirrobopara seguir la carga En cámaras digitales En la Kodak Microsoft Xbox 360 – Chip Power con 3 cores, a 3,2 GHz Nintendo Wii Sony PS3, chip de 9 coresEn lavasecarropas conacceso Web que enuniversidades y secundarios En router CISCO; tanpermitirán que los alumnos poderoso como para quepaguen pasando su tarjeta de la población mundialidentificación. (6400 millones) pueda mantener una conversación telefónica En GPSs, como el En los simultánea usando Voz Garmin, TomTom, ALK Symmetrix de sobre IP EMC En el acelerador de particulas más poderoso del mundo en el laboratorio de física del CERN, y en muchos otros productos. 48 © 2012 IBM Corporation
    • Procesadores IBM POWER POWER4 POWER5 POWER6 POWER7 POWER4 POWER4 POWER5 POWER5 Alti Alti Core Core Core Core Vec Core Core Vec Core Core Core Core P O L3 L3 W S L2 L2 E L2 L2 L2 L2 36MB Ctl R M 1.4MB 1.9MB L3 4 MB 4 MB L3 P L3 L3 Ctrl L2 L2 Ctrl G F L3 Cache X A Distributed Enhanced B Switch Distributed Switch R I B L3 Fabric Bus U L2 L2 L2 L2 C Mem S Cntrl Ctl Controller Memory Memory Core Core Core Core Cntrl Cntrl L3 32MB GX Bus CntrlGX GX Memory InterfaceBus Mem Ctl Bus GX+ Bridge Memory Memory+ Memory+ Memory Memory+ Memory+ + + 2001 2004 2007 2010 49 © 2012 IBM Corporation
    • Procesadores IBM POWER POWER7 POWER8™ POWER6 ™ 45 nm ® 65 nm POWER5™ 130 nm POWER4™ 180 nm Dual Core  Dual Core  Multi Core Enhanced Scaling  High Frequencies  On-Chip eDRAM Dual Core SMT  Virtualization +  Power Optimized Cores Chip Multi Processing  Memory Subsystem + Distributed Switch +  Mem Subsystem ++ Distributed Switch Core Parallelism +  Altivec  Concept Phase Shared L2  Instruction Retry  SMT++ FP Performance +  Reliability + Dynamic LPARs (32) Memory bandwidth +  Dyn Energy Mgmt  SMT +  VSM & VSX (AltiVec) Virtualization  Protection Keys  Protection Keys+ 50 2001 2004 2007 2010 © 2012 IBM Corporation
    • Servidores IBM Power Systems Enterprise Servers Power 795 Power 780 Power 770 Power 750 Express Servers Power 720/740 Power 775 Power 710/730 High Performance Computing Blades Power 755PS 700, 701, 702, 703, 704 51 © 2012 IBM Corporation
    • Servidores IBM Power Systems1 Socket 2 Socket Power 710 Express Power 730 Express Power 720 Express Power 740 Express1 to 4 Socket Blades 4 Socket Power 750 ExpressBladeCenter PS700, PS701, PS702, PS703, PS704 Express blades 52 © 2012 IBM Corporation
    • Servidores IBM Power SystemsMajor Component or PS700 PS701 PS702 PS703 PS704FunctionProcessor 1 x P7 (4 Core)=4 1 x P7 (8 Core)=8 2 x P7 (8 Core)=16 2 x P7 (8 Core)=16 4 x P7 (8 Core)=32 Cores Cores Cores Cores Cores SCM 3.0 GHz SCM 3.0 GHz SCM 3.0 GHz SCM 2.4 GHz SCM 2.4 GHzL3 4 MB per core 4 MB per core 4 MB per core 4 MB per core 4 MB per coreMemory Channel 4 4 8 8 16Memory 8 DIMMs 8 DIMMs 16 DIMMs 16 DIMMs 32 DIMMs 4 GB, 8 GB @ 1066 4 GB, 8 GB @ 4 GB, 8 GB @ 4 GB, 8 GB @ 4 GB, 8 GB @ 1066 MHz 64 GB max 1066 MHz 128 GB 1066 MHz 256 GB 1066 MHz 128 GB MHz 256 GB max max max maxI/O Hub 1 P5IOC2 I/O 1 P5IOC2 I/O 2 P5IOC2 I/O 1 P7IOC I/O 2 P7IOC I/O PCIe Gen 1 PCIe Gen 1 PCIe Gen 1 PCIe Gen 2 PCIe Gen 2Embedded SAS Controller Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes2.5” SAS Drive HDD option 0-2 0-1 0-2 0-1 0-2SATA 1.8” SDD option 0 0 0 0-2 0-4RAID functions RAID 0,10 Raid 0 Raid 0,10 RAID 0,10 RAID 0,10,5,6Integrated 1GB Ethernet ports 2 2 4 2 4 (P5IOC2 HEAs) (P5IOC2 HEAs) (2 x P5IOC HEAs (BCM5709S) (2 x BCM5709S) )1Xe (PCIe) 1 1 2 1 2High Speed Expansion card 1 1 2 1 2PCIX No No No No NoFSP1 Service Processor Yes Yes Yes Yes YesGraphics No No No No NoUSB Ports 2 2 4 2 4Smart Card (VPD Info) 53 Yes Yes Yes (base) Yes Yes (base) Corporation © 2012 IBM
    • Servidores IBM Power Systems Power 710 Power 720 Power 730 Power 740 Power 750Footprint, packaging 2U rack 4U rack, tower 2U rack 4U rack, tower 4U rackNumber of 1 1 2 1 or 2 1 to 4processor socketsNumber of cores 4, 6, 8 4, 6, 8 8, 12, 16 4, 6, 8, 12, 16 4, 6, 8, 12, 16, 18, 24, 32GHz clock 3.0, 3.7, 3.55 3.0 3.0, 3.7, 3.55 3.3, 3.7, 3.55 3.2, 3.6, 3.7Max GB memory 64GB 64 (4-core) 128 256 512GB 128 (6/8-core)Max disk storage in 1.8TB 2.4TB 1.8TB 2.4TB 2.4TBsystem unitPCI slots in system PCIe: 4 PCIe: 4+4LP PCIe: 4 PCIe: 4+4LP 5 (3PCie, 2PCI-X)unitLPARs 80 80 160 160 32012X I/O Drawers No 4-core No No Yes Yes 6/8-core YesDisk-only I/O 4-core No 4-core No Yes Yes Yesdrawers (#5886) 6/8-core Yes 6/8-core YesPower requirements 100-240VAC 100-240VAC 200-240VAC 200-240VAC 200-240VACWarranty 3 year 3 year 3 year 3 year 1 year Distributed Small to mid- Mid-size DB Infrastructure application Infrastructure size DB server, server, applicationPrimary Use and application server or all in consolidation application consolidation server one business consolidation server solution server Dense form Flexible, Density, high Memory Performance,Key differentiators factor, 1-socket reliable and performance capacity and scalability, energy 54 performance secure and energy configurability efficiency andCorporation © 2012 IBM hot efficient swap PCI
    • Servidores IBM Power SystemsUna vez más Power System prueba ser el servidor más poderoso en SAP SD 2-tier126,063 #1 P ower 795 Overall with D B2 ® SAP SD Users 120,000 #1 100,000 16-socket 80,000 #1 60,000 #1 8-socket 40,000 4-socket 20,000 0 Power 750 HP DL980G7 HP Integrity SD64B Power 780 Sun M9000 Sun X4470 Power 795 Power 795 SAP SD POWER Xeon Xeon POWER SPARC Xeon; SD-Parallel POWER POWER Users 4/32/128 8/64/128 64/128/256 8/64/256 64/256/512 4 servers @ 4/32/64 16/128/512 32/256/1024 # 2010004 # 2010040 # 2006089 # 2010013 # 2008042-1 #2010039 # 2010042 # 2010046 55 © 2012 IBM Corporation
    • Servidores IBM Power SystemsIBM continúa extendiendo su liderazgo en UNIX entregando más innovación 50% 45% UNIX® Server Rolling Four Quarter Average Revenue Share 40% 35% 30% 25% 20% HP Sun/Oracle IBM 15% Q 0 Q 0 Q 0 Q 1 Q 1 Q 1 Q 1 Q 2 Q 2 Q 2 Q 3 Q 3 Q 3 Q 3 Q 4 Q 4 Q 4 Q 4 Q 5 Q 5 Q 5 Q 5 Q 6 Q 6 Q 6 Q 6 Q 7 Q 7 Q 7 Q 7 Q 8 Q 8 Q 8 Q 8 Q 9 Q 9 Q 9 Q 0 Q 0 Q 0 Q 0 Q 1 1 Q 2 Q 9 20 30 10 30 40 10 30 40 20 30 40 10 20 40 10 20 40 20 40 20 40 10 20 40 20 40 21 31 11 21 40 20 20 10 30 30 10 30 10 30 30 10 30 11 41 Q56 Source: IDC Quarterly Server Tracker Q211 release, August 2011 © 2012 IBM Corporation
    • Virtualización con IBM Power Systems PowerVM nunca ha tenido una sola vulnerabilidad reportada 119 120 100 “Making sure our website Number of reported 80 can’t get hacked into is a vulnerabilities 61 key issue. With IBM, we security of reported 60vulnerabilities have been able to keep it 40 tightly locked up and 22 20 prevent unauthorized 2 1 0 access.” 0 VMWare Xen KVM Sun LDoms Hyper-V PowerVM Vmware Xen KVM Sun Hyper-V PowerVM LDoms — Dr. Chris Yates, CIO Source: National Vulnerability Database, http://nvd.nist.gov/ Tennis Australia 57 © 2012 IBM Corporation
    • Virtualización con IBM Power Systems 1967 1974 1988 2001 2004 2007 2010 Active IBM invents First IBM POWER Partition Memory Hypervisor machines delivers LPARs Hypervisor Mobility Sharing that would with LPARs on become VM on on Physical the on on on the POWER4 Partitioning mainframe POWER5 POWER6 mainframe POWER7 PowerVM™ Builds on Over 40 Years of IBM Innovation  Extreme scalability and robustness  Fine-grained dynamic sharing of processors, memory, and I/O  Virtual or direct resources  Integrated firmware hypervisor  Virtual I/O Server  Hardware-enforced isolation  Integrates LPARs and WPARs  Lx86 cross-platform virtualization  Capacity on Demand  Live Partition Mobility58 © 2012 IBM Corporation
    • Virtualización con IBM Power SystemsArquitectura de virtualización con IBM PowerVM VIOS VIOS Unassigned on demand resources Shared Processor Pool POWER Hypervisor Virtual Networks Virtual Storage Firmware Virtual Processors HMC Processors Service Memory Processor Expansion Slots Local Devices and Storage Networks and Network Storage59 © 2012 IBM Corporation
    • Virtualización con IBM Power SystemsParticiones Lógicas de IBM (LPAR) Virtual ¿Qué es? I/O  Firmware-based hypervisor derived from Server mainframes  Virtualized operating system instances 0.5 cores 8 4 cores 2 4 cores 1 core within a single chassis  Operating system can be AIX, IBM i, or 2GB 16GB 8GB 4GB 8GB 2GB Linux  I/O devices can be directly attached to the LPAR or virtualized through Virtual I/O PowerVM™ Hypervisor Server Storage Storage  LPAR can add and remove CPU, memory, and I/O resources without rebooting Ethernet  LPARs are managed through a Hardware Management Console (HMC)60 © 2012 IBM Corporation
    • Virtualización con IBM Power SystemsPowerVM: Virtual I/O server (VIOS)Virtual ¿Qué es? I/OServer  Each partition still needs a boot disk and Ethernet network connection, but now they can be virtual instead of physical 4GB 2GB 1GB 4GB0.5 cores 4 cores 4 cores  Allows partitions to share Fibre Channel, disk and 4GB 4GB Shared Processor Pool Ethernet network adapters, with max of 254 partitions (P5 or P6) and 1,000 partitions (P7) Hypervisor  Installed as a special purpose AIX based LPAR, which uses AIX LVM and attaches to traditional Storage Storage storage subsystems Ethernet  Inter-partition communication (client-server model) provided via Hypervisor  Provides hosting facilities for virtualized resources for clients and has a restricted shell with unique virtualization command set 61 © 2012 IBM Corporation
    • Virtualización con IBM Power SystemsPowerVM: Live Partition Mobility (LPM) ¿Qué es?VIOS VIOS  Relocate an entire LPAR between physical chassis  Requires POWER6™ or better  LPARs continue to run and provide4GB 4GB 4GB 4GB 4GB services to clients, who are 192.9.200.1 completely unaware of the migration PowerVM™ PowerVM™  Final suspension and resumption Hypervisor Hypervisor of LPAR is guaranteed to be less than 2 seconds Storage Storage Ethernet 62 © 2012 IBM Corporation
    • Virtualización con IBM Power Systems Active Memory Expansion What the LPAR Sees ¿Qué es? On-the fly compression of an LPAR’s LPAR’s Actual Uncompressed Memory physical memory gives an LPAR the Pool illusion of having more memory Requires POWER7™ or better 30 GB Uncompressed Pool Effectiveness depends on the 20 GB Compressed compressibility of the LPAR’s memory Compress Pool space Compressed Decompress Pool Compressed pool size changes dynamically with the LPAR’s load Pages from uncompressed pool will be PowerVM™ Hypervisor paged out to paging (swap) device63 Swap © 2012 IBM Corporation
    • IBM PureSystemsSistemas Expertos Integrados: La próxima escala tecnológica de IBM IBM PureFlex y PureApplication Systems Solutions64 © 2012 IBM Corporation
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