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  • This slide shows how virtualization in conjunction with consolidation, is the fundamental stage of the transformation of IT towards the data center of the future. Consolidating and virtualizing improves asset utilization and helps reduce the cost of server sprawl. The second stage here is the next step along the path … it involves adding automation and management to the first stage. As physical server sprawl gets under control, we often see the logical server image sprawl become the next issue to address. This is accomplished via adding an image library and tools to help manage the images. Additionally, at this stage we typically see much more resource sharing including more mobility management (automated provisioning) of virtual environments and sometimes the addition of High Availability and/or Disaster Recovery functions. Finally, we see clients wanting to optimize their environments by adding Integrated Service Management which includes the ability to sense and respond to their individual workloads and being able to place them in the infrastructure where they best fit. This includes adding functions like a self service portal and service catalog that helps to better align the business management with your IT processes. This new infrastructure enables dramatic improvements in the speed at which new applications gets deployed. Adding the optimized service management at this stage is what helps to turn this into a cloud environment. This is a natural progression for a client to go through. Where are you on this progression?
  • Why do clients currently choose System x and why should they continue to choose System x to power their business? This is what our potential clients want to know. It starts with X-Architecture which is now over a decade old. X-Architecture is the blueprint for building proven IBM innovation around industry-standard x86 components. IBM is the only vendor that can offer such a rich track record of development and pool of technology. We leverage our know-how and innovation from POWER, System z and System Storage to build high-quality x86 systems inspired by mainframe availability and scalability and, in return, System x development helps to drive down costs and improve management on our high end Systems.
  • We’ve spent a lot of time talking about solutions and innovation; and you may have been wondering, “where are the servers?” Well, we have a number of new systems that are the foundation for our solutions going forward. These 5 systems provide a solid foundation for your smarter computing efforts with: Industry-leading performance Innovative technology Designed for flexibility and growth Integrated 10Gb Networking (Virtual Fabric) High-capacity, high-performance memory New system management firmware Feature on Demand
  • Electronic Service Agent (eSA) for System x and IBM BladeCenter is a no-charge software tool that resides on your IBM servers to monitor events and transmit system inventory information to IBM. eSA is available as a standalone tool or as an extension to IBM Director. eSA has two core functions, and with these functions eSA can monitor, track, and capture system hardware errors and inventory: Automatic hardware problem reporting eSA monitors System x and BladeCenter servers for hardware errors. Hardware errors that meet certain criteria for criticality are automatically reported to IBM. Problems typically reported include Predictive Failure Analysis (PFA) based events, power failures, system overheating (as detected by the service processor), and RAID drive failures. Inventory collection eSA also administers hardware and software inventory collections, and reports inventory changes to IBM. All information sent to IBM is stored in a secure IBM database and used for improved problem determination.
  • More Efficient: Higher performance Lower platform power More Intelligent: Improved power mgt across all components and utilization levels More Secure: Intel AES-NI improvements More robust Intel TXT solutions More Options: Optimized platforms for Performance, Smaller Form Factors, and/or best value
  • We’ve spent a lot of time talking about solutions and innovation; and you may have been wondering, “where are the servers?” Well, we have a number of new systems that are the foundation for our solutions going forward. These 5 systems provide a solid foundation for your smarter computing efforts with: Industry-leading performance Innovative technology Designed for flexibility and growth Integrated 10Gb Networking (Virtual Fabric) High-capacity, high-performance memory New system management firmware Feature on Demand
  • The first system we’re going to look at is the IBM BladeCenter HS23. This new system has been optimized for performance and highly scalable I/O . In fact, clients in need of 10GbE can deploy with up to 30% lower cost because we’ve integrated our 10GbE Virtual fabric into the system. This system can deliver up to 62% great performance over our last system so you can run more VMs or more workloads. One of the things we touched on earlier is the new Fast Setup tool which is going to make deployment times easier and faster. Because HS23 has IBM Virtual Fabric built in, it can also run storage protocols FCoE and iSCSI with a feature on demand upgrade One of the things we proud of with the BladeCenter portfolio is the complete investment protection clients have had with 10 years of support for this infrastructure. You can put an HS23 in the same chassis you’ve been running for years. No one else can say that.
  • Let's take a look at the new System x 3650 M4. The 3650 is IBM's number one selling server. This is a great system for business critical application workloads And it’s a performance leadership system with 3 #1 benchmarks right at launch, for TPC-E, SAP, and Spec Virt. As our #1 selling system, we’ve designed it with tremendous flexibility in terms of memory, storage and networking. It will support up to 768GB of memory with 24 slots so you can maximize or you can optimize with lower cost dimms in more slots. In addition to 2.5” and 3.5” drives, eXFlash is available in this system for the first time, and you can not get better internal storage performance anywhere than you can with eXflash. It also has 4 1GbE ports and available integrated 10G virtual fabric. Virtual fabric means not only high performance 10GbE, but also the ability for Feature on Demand upgrades to Fcoe or iSCSI storage protocols. Without the need to add additional adapter to the system.  
  • Now let’s looks at the x3550. This system deliver all the perofrmance of the x3650 but in a 1u form factor for dense environments. You get all the memory, support for 1G or 10G with Virtual Fabric, 2.5 or 3.5” drives, leadership reliability from IBM in a 1U system.
  • the new System x 3500 M4 is perfect for distributed branch offices or medium business.It has just a tremendous amount of expandability and room for growth. it can hold up to 32-2 .5” hard drives which give you plenty of room for growth before you have to go to external storage.   The 3500 M4 also supports virtual fabric and it too has four integrated gigabit Ethernet ports. So it just has a lot of connectivity for that is so impotant to today’s workloads.  
  • Now ,the new System x iDataPlex DX360 M4. The DX360 M4 is part of the iDataPlex system and it just offers superb density and flexibility. Overall, iDataPlex is designed for data centers that require high-performance, yet are constrained on floor space, power and cooling infrastructure. However, I would like to note that the DX360 M4 is perfectly capable of fitting into any standard rack and with its shorter depth will offer a lot more cooling and space for components of the backside of the rack. So it's good for either environment or either situation.   The iDataPlex DX360 M4 is often used in high-performance computing situations and intelligent clusters, and it offers a lot in these areas. It has optional integrated Infiniband for HPC environments. This is the system LRZ is using. LRZ is deploying wamr water cooling technology, but this system is available with standard cooling as well. Additionally, the DX360 supports up to four graphic processing units per 2U chassis, which gives it a lot of computing power for high-performance workloads and environments.
  • The Intel Xeon processor E7 family scales from 2-sockets (E7-2800 product family) to 4-sockets (E7-4800 product family) to 8-sockets (E7-8800 product family) gluelessly and beyond 8-sockets with third-party node controllers. This allows customers the flexibility to support a variety of configurations and workloads that work best in their data center. Transition to next slide: Scalability is only one feature of the Intel Xeon processor E7 family that makes this product more capable than the volume 2S mainstream processor.
  • IBM ® Systems Director Base The IBM ® Systems Director Base is the f oundation for p latform lifecycle management. It’s primary goal is to support 3 areas: Consolidation of Platform Management Tools - Provide a single consistent cross-platform management tool, enable simplified tasks via Web based interface, and manage many systems from one console Integrated Physical and Virtual Management - Support discovery and inventory of physical and virtual resources, support configuration and provisioning of platform resources, track and display status, health, and monitoring of platform resources, enable visualization of server resource topologies, and provide support to move virtual servers between systems without disruption to running workloads Platform Update Management - delivers a simplified consistent cross-platform tools to acquire, distribute and install firmware and OS updates
  • IBM Systems Director Active Energy Manager V3.1.1 offering The IBM Systems Director Active Energy Manager V3.1.1 offering consist of “no charge” monitor functions (Power Trending, Thermal Trending, PDU Support, Support for Facility Providers) and “priced” management functions. Management functions are enabled for a free 60-day evaluation after which management functions must be enabled via a server size specific price structure based upon server being managed. The AEM application is available as a web download only. Upon ordering the license for management functions a CD with authorization key is shipped to enable the priced management functions to continue working. Monitor functionsn will work regardless. Speaker Note: IBM list prices for management are server size specific and should be discussed with eth account team prior to client discussions. The price with support for 1 year is Small servers at $115, Medium = $275 and Large = $439 in a Power environment. Prices are similar in mainframe and x86 but can vary slightly based upon type of support. Additional information: When AEM is downloaded from the Web, its management functions will be enabled for a 60-day evaluation period. This period allows the client to experience the value of these functions at no charge for up to 60 days under the terms of the IBM International License Agreement for Evaluation of Programs (ILAE). After 60 days, the chargeable (fee-based) management functions of this program will no longer function. For continued use of the chargeable (fee-based) management functions, the offering must be purchased. Continued use of the no-charge monitoring functions is not affected. During the evaluation period, an option to purchase a permanent license will be offered. If a permanent license is purchased, a keyfile will be shipped on a CD-ROM to enable AEM management functions to remain active. No changes will be made to AEM and everything will continue to work as it did. If the license is not purchased within 60 days, the AEM management functions will be disabled. AEM monitor functions do not require the keyfile to remain enabled.
  • Basic support for common lifecycle management tasks used throughout the virtual infrastructure is significantly simplified and enhanced with Systems Director. This support comes by way of the Virtualization Manager (VM) plug-in, which, together with other Systems Director plug-ins, provides a consistent user experience for common tasks such as discovery; inventory; health status; startup/shutdown; and system creation, deletion and editing, as well as system relocation across different physical hosts. Virtualization Manager now includes support for virtualized environments managed by wholly different server virtualization environments. These include Hardware Management Console (HMC), Integrated Virtualization Manager (IVM), Microsoft Virtual Server, VMware and Xen virtualization. Some additional basic discovery and health management is supported for z/VM virtualization. As a result of this cross-solution management consolidation, you can visualize and control both the physical and virtual resources from a single user interface. Features and benefits include:
  • This chart tells us how all R&P products & offerings stack up together in a single rack enclosure IBM Rack and Power options for System x provide a complete infrastructure solution to support servers, storage and BladeCenters. Every customer needs and will purchase rack enclosures, Power Distribution Units (PDU), Uninterruptible Power Supplies (UPS), and Keyboard, Video, Mouse (KVM) Switches, and control consoles to support and manage their IT computing resources. IBM offers all of these devices, designed for and tested with System x, and software tools and management capabilities that can help control and manage the IT devices and improve staff effectiveness.
  • For each category of Rack and Power options IBM offers a complete family of devices that support a range of needs. For customers with non critical resources, highly reliable, cost effective, basic power devices will often suffice. However for today’s more critical, virtualized workloads IBM also can provide intelligent networked devices that can be set up and managed remotely, with monitoring capabilities for integration into systems management processes. IBM has announced over 40 new products, significantly updating, refreshing and replacing offerings across the entire rack and power options portfolio. Three new racks are available that are 1200mm deep. This new line up includes a new 47U tall rack and new 42U versions including a “dynamic” rack that is ship loadable. IBM’s UPS line up includes new rack mounted and tower units supporting voltages and configurations not previously available with new 1.5, 2,2, 3.0 and 6K VA units at aggressive price points. A new line of 0U Strip Power Distribution Units are designed for tool-less installation in the new racks. These PDUs have 24 outlets for today’s server dense rack installation. IBM also is offering new Local and Global Console Managers, that support unique cabling options enable chaining up to 1,024 managed devices that can be managed from a single console. The following charts will provide an overview of each of these product families.
  • In today’s IT environment management has been isolated and disjointed and this causes a lot of pain for customers. First, decisions or changes in the environment are made in a vacuum. The networking, compute, and storage guys make decisions independently, particularly when they have support issues. The relationships between these decision are getting lost in the management silos. We are not trying to take control away from any one of the components of the system, but rather help drive better decision making across the entire system and the workloads they are supporting. NGP will provide customers a single point of control that can be tailored to their administrative structure. The same tool can provide a window to manage just compute nodes/storage/networking/or all components in a single view. NGP will do this provide tight integration to downstream tools that are required in the data center, creating a unified management stack and single entry point into the discrete tools. This will help bring new employees on board faster, retrain existing resources quicker, and most importantly get to the end of task much more effectively.
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    • 1. Program konferencji10.15 – 10.45 Program IBM Managed Service Providers – atrakcyjny sposób budowy i rozwojuusługowego biznesu IT10.45 – 11.30 Rozwiązania dla chmury prywatnej i publicznej11.30 – 11.45 Przerwa na kawę11.45 – 12.15 Nowa, zintegrowana platforma świadczenia usług – IBM PureFlex12.15 – 12.45 Niezawodność i bezpieczeństwo świadczonych usług – platforma IBM Power12.45 – 13.15 Wydajne systemy składowania danych dla systemów usługowych13.15 – 13.45 Przerwa na kawę13.45 – 14.15 Platforma System x dla IBM Managed Service Providers14.15 – 14.45 Finansowanie rozwiązań IT w IBM Global Financing14.45 – 15.00 Panel dyskusyjny15.00 Obiad
    • 2. Platforma System x dla MSPStanisław Daniluk
    • 3. Konsolidacja -> Wirtualizacja - > Chmura - > ... Chmura Wirtualizacja Konsolidacja  Wyczuwanie i reagowanie na zadania  Zarządzanie  Przenoszenie zadań na środowiskiem odpowiednią infrastrukturę wirtualnym  Integracja zarządzania z  Redukcja złożoności  Standaryzacja procesami IT infrastruktury wirtualnych maszyn  Self-service  Usprawnienie  Współdzielenie  Katalog usług obsługi zasobów  Billing  Lepsze zarządzanie  Automatyczny  Niższe koszty provisioning operacyjne  HA & DR  Uproszczenie wdrożeń Zwiększona utylizacja Zarządzanie Szybkie dostarczanie usług maszynami 15.11.12
    • 4. Ekosystem IBMIBM X-Architecture™ Wpływ innowacji IBM na rodzinę System x Ease of Use Industry Standard Technologies System x™ System z™ System Storage™ POWER Systems™ iDataPlex™ BladeCenter® Efficiency Availability Reliability Scalability Virtualization4 15.11.12
    • 5. Zalety technologii System xQuality  Predictive Failure Analysis  Nowe Light Path Diagnostics Obniżenie ryzyka wirtualizacji  Redundantne dyski, wentylatory i zasilacze aplikacji biznesowych  Beznarzędziowy dostępValue  Feature on Demand Funkcjonalności dostępne teraz i  Nowy moduł zarządzający pozwalające skalować się wraz • Szybszy czas uruchomienia ze wzrostem biznesu  Wydajne zasilacze i wentylatoryPerformance  Dyski eXFlash  Karty sieciowe nie zajmujące PCI Przenieś dane i zadania tam  Zintegrowany RAID gdzie zostaną najefektywniej  Znaczny wzrost wydajności przetworzone ! 15.11.12
    • 6. Technologiczna odpowiedź na potrzeby wirtualizacji Flexible Storage  Feature on Demand  SSD and HDD Flexible I/O  RAID capabilities  More Capacity Performance  10Gb or 1Gb  Faster processing  Virtual Fabric  Fast deployment  Storage protocols Management Security  Comprehensive  Firmware but easy to use security integration Advanced  TXT ready Memory  PFA  High-performance, low-latency DIMMs  More capacity6 15.11.12
    • 7. Dynamic Infrastructure with System x & BladeCenter “Fit for Purpose” EnterpriseiDataPlex Server Consolidation, Virtualization BladeCenter Web 2.0, Infrastructure HPC, Simplification, Scale Up Grid, Energy Application Efficiency Serving Scale Out Stand alone & Multiple Applications Rack and Tower
    • 8. Szerokie portfolio Innowacyjności IBM System x & BladeCenter Scalable Systems Clusters, HPC, Virtualisation, Web 2.0 x3850 X5 Intelligent Cluster iDataPlex dx360 M4Scale up computing x3690 X5 x3750 M4 x3755 M3 HX5 x3650 M4 x3550 M4 x240 x3500 M4 FSM x220 x3300 M4 x3630 M4 x3530 M4 HS23 x3100 M4 x3250 M4 HS23E BladeCenter Flex System -S, -E, -H, -HT Chassis Scale out / distributed computing High density
    • 9. Innovation @ IBM: Serviceability Light Path Diagnostics Exclusive - Rapid Fault Isolation Continued Enhancements • Innovative slide-out panel – rack servers • Exclusive side cover panel – tower servers • Remind Button • Persistent Light Path . !9
    • 10. Component IBM Predictive Failure Analysis (PFA)  What is Predictive Failure Analysis? Hard Drive – Component analysis logic that can predict an impending failure based on data from the component – Typically notification is within 24 to 48 hours of a Memory potential failure  Benefits – Less unscheduled downtime – Better overall availability of the servers Processor – Components can be replaced under warranty prior to a failure VRM Cooling Fan Power Supply 15.11.12 Note: PFA capability shown is typical, and varies by vendor and server model
    • 11. IBM Electronic Service Agent Service automation for your IBM system Highlights – No-additional charge software – Automatically identifies hardware errors and electronically creates problem tickets in IBM technical support – Sends machine configuration information and error logs to IBM for faster problem determination – IBM Systems Director based or Stand-alone – Secure transactions with IBM – All IBM Systems11
    • 12. 2012 Intel® Xeon® Processor FamiliesIntel® Xeon® Processor E7 Family E7-8800/ 4800/ 2800Highest reliability & scalability8-way ScalabilityMAX5 MemoryMission-Critical RAS x3950 X5, x3850 X5, x3690 X5 E5-2600 E5-2400 E5-4600Intel® Xeon® Processor E5 Family Entry 2SMost flexible & efficient Dense 4S Mainstream Leadership E3-1200v2Intel® Xeon® Processor E3 FamilyHighest density, lowest cost Dependable & Economical 1S Delivering a new breed of platforms & capabilities to address growing demands Delivering a new breed of platforms & capabilities to address growing demands 12
    • 13. Sandy Bridge Platform Flexibility Sandy Sandy E5-4600 Bridge Bridge  Up to 4 CPUs Core Core  Up to 48 DIMMs Density and Cost Optimized 4S  Up to 160 PCIe lanes Sandy Sandy  Two QPI links per CPU Bridge Bridge (ring topology) Core Core E5-2600 Sandy Sandy  Up to 24 DIMMs Bridge Bridge  Up to 80 PCIe lanes Highest Performance Core Core Max Memory  Two QPI links E5-2400 Sandy Bridge Sandy Bridge  Up to 12 DIMMs  Up to 48 PCIe lanes Density and Core Core Cost Optimized 2S  One QPI link SandyE3-1200 Bridge Core  Up to 4 DIMMs Lowest Cost  Up to 20 PCIe lanes (1S only)
    • 14. System x Infrastructure Solutions: Servers System x3550 M4 • Up to 8 cores per CPU • Up to 768GB of memory System x3650 M4 • 10Gb networking • Flexible RAID designBusiness Crititical System x3500 M4 • Optimized for HPC • Up to 4 CPUs per 2U iDataPlex dx360 M4High Performance System x3530 M4 • Up to 8 cores per CPU • Up to 384GB of memory • Maximum storage capacity System x3630 M4 • Upgradable networkingValue 2-socket System x3300 M4 System x3100 M4 • Entry priced • Up to 32GB of memory System x3250 M4Entry Value 14
    • 15. New System x servers deliver leadership performanceEntry-priced servers with IBM System x quality, dependability and service• Top 1-socket performance• Small form factor/quiet operation – deploys quickly and easily. #1• Built-in management functionality with SPECjbb2005 benchmark SPEC CPU2006 benchmark options for remote administration.• Built-in redundancy, multiple PCIe slots, four System x3100 M4 3.5-inch hot-swappable drives with tool-less design. #1 System x3250 M4 SPECjbb2005 benchmark SPEC CPU2006 benchmark
    • 16. Nowa infrastruktura dla smarter computingIBM BladeCenter HS23 • Wydajne Blade dla łatwej wirtualizacji & cloud solutions • Elastyczny, wydajny serwer 2U dlaIBM System x3650 M4 krytycznych aplikacji biznesowychIBM System x3550 M4 • Wydajny serwer 1U dla krytycznych aplikacji biznesowych • Wydajny serwer z elastyczną pamięcią masową dla biur iIBM System x3500 M4 rozproszonych lokalizacjiIBM System x iDataPlex dx360 M4 • Wysoka wydajność dla rozwiązań HPC
    • 17. IBM BladeCenter HS23 Do more now in the datacenter you own todayBenefits Key Features• Lower cost • Integrated 10GbE Virtual Fabric for high Up to 30% savings for the solution3 speed networking• Enhanced performance4 • Includes latest compute, network, and 62% more compute power, 20% more VMs storage technology• Simple setup • IBM FastSetup wizard tool for Accelerate time to value for deployment day 0 deployments• Breakthrough networking flexibility • Up to 18 networking ports of Ethernet, Built in support for multiple technologies FCoE, and iSCSI• Complete investment protection • Support for existing chassis Add capability to existing investments infrastructure
    • 18. IBM System x3650 M4 Expandable 2U for business critical workloadsBenefits Key Features• Performance Leadership in its class • Up to 80% more performance5 for customers’ critical applications and top scores for SAP, OLTP and virtualization• Business flexibility • 2.6x memory with up to 768 GB memory, Optimize for performance and cost full set of processors, 2.5” or 3.5” drives• Advanced networking • Twice the 1GbE ports and slotless Optimize for performance and connectivity 10GbE Virtual Fabric upgrade from multiple vendors and protocols• Reliable IT • #1 customer satisfaction from TBR6 due Highest level quality to safely run your to features like Predictive Failure Analysis business and Light Path Diagnostics
    • 19. IBM System x3550 M4 Dense 1U for business critical workloadsBenefits Key Features• High Performance • Up to 80% more performance for Run more applications than ever before customers’ critical applications for up to 24:1 consolidation of 3 year old servers¹• Business flexibility • 2.6x memory with up to 768 GB memory, Optimize for performance and cost full set of processors, 2.5” or 3.5” drives• Advanced networking • Twice the 1GbE ports and slotless Optimize for performance and 10GbE Virtual Fabric upgrade from connectivity multiple vendors and protocols• Reliable IT • #1 customer satisfaction from TBR² due Leadership quality for distributed to features like Predictive Failure Analysis environments running critical workloads and Light Path Diagnostics
    • 20. IBM System x3500 M4 Ideal for office and distributed locationsBenefits Key Features• High Performance • Up to 80% more performance for Run more applications than ever before customers’ critical applications for up to 24:1 consolidation of 3 year old servers8• Business flexibility • 4x memory with up to 768 GB memory, Optimize for performance and cost full set of processors, 2.5” or 3.5” drives• Advanced networking • Twice the 1GbE ports and 10GbE Virtual Optimize for performance and connectivity Fabric upgrade from mulitple vendors and protocols• Room to grow • Up to 32 2.5” hard drives with flexible Massive internal storage and I/O for RAID in a tower or 5U rack design distributed environments
    • 21. IBM System x iDataPlex dx360 M4 High performance for power and cooling constrained environmentsBenefits Key Features• High Performance • Up to 120% more performance for HPC Run more applications than ever before applications¹• Designed for HPC • Up to 4 GPUs per chassis, 1.5x memory Outstanding performance for capacity, slotless InfiniBand networking computationally intensive workloads• High efficiency • Industry leading node level optional direct Up to 40% efficiency advantage over air warm water cooling technology cooled systems9• Business flexibility • Available slotless InfiniBand or 10Gb Outstanding flexibility and performance Ethernet upgrade with a variety of vendors for support of high performance solutions and protocols
    • 22. Wartość biznesowa płynąca z technologii eX5 The broadest portfolio ofsystems optimized for yourmost demanding workloads22
    • 23. eX5 – kolejna generacja X-Architecture 5th Gen: Maksymalizacja pamięci, minimalizacja kosztów i uproszczenie wdrażania 4th Gen: Pierwszy serwer x86, który przekroczył 1 milion tpmC 3rd Gen: Pierwszy serwer x86 z 2010 pamięcią Hot-swap 5th Generation 2nd Gen: Pierwszy serwer x86 z 100 – 1 miejcami w Benchmarkach 20071 Gen: Pierwszy serwer x86 st 4th Generationskalowalny do 16 procesorów 2005 3rd Generation 2003 2nd 2001 Generation 1st Generation
    • 24. Intel® Xeon® Processor E7 Family Scalability to Support 2S, 4S, 8S and Beyond2-socket 4-socket 8-socket >8S1 (3rd party node controller) Xeon® CPU Socket Intel QuickPath Interconnect I/O Hub Memory 3rd partry Node Controller ... (non-Intel) OEM interconnect1 Additional Configurations via OEM-specific scaling technologies (up to 256-sockets)
    • 25. IBM System x MAX5 System x3850 X5Intel QPI System x MAX5cables System x3850 X5 System x MAX5 Intel QPI cables Slide 25
    • 26. MAX5: Memory Access for eX5MAX pojemność pamięci- Dodatkowe sloty 32 DIMM dla x3850 X5 i x3690 X5- Dodatkowe sloty 24 DIMM dla HX5MAX gęstość maszyn wirtualnych- Zwiększony rozmiar i ilość VMMAX elastyczność- Rozszerzenie pojemności pamięci, skalowanie serwerów lub obaMAX produktywność- Zwiększenie utylizacji i wydajność serwerówMAX optymalizacja licencji- Większe obciążenia na mniejszej liczbie serwerów
    • 27. eX5 Rack System ConfigurationsLeadership high end x86 performance and flexibility Memory Enhanced Memory Enhanced x3690 X5 x3690 X5 w/ MAX5 x3850 X5 x3850 X5 w/ MAX5 (4S 64 DIMM) (4S 128 DIMM) (8S 128 DIMM) (8S 192 DIMM) Memory Enhanced x3690 X5 w/ MAX5 x3850 X5 w/ MAX5 (2S 64 DIMM) (4S 96 DIMM) Base Systems x3690 X5 x3850 X5 (2S 32 DIMM) (4S 64 DIMM) 27
    • 28. Dlaczego IBM BladeCenter ? • Uproszczenie infrastruktury • Obniżenie kosztów utrzymania infrastruktury • Efektywniejsze wykorzystanie przestrzeni • Bardzo wysoka dostępność • Wysoki poziom elastyczności • Scentralizowane zarządzanieIdealna platforma dla rozwiązań skalowanych horyzontalnie
    • 29. Obszary zastosowania serwerów IBM BladeCenter• Wszystkie rozwiązania skalowane horyzontalnie – Farmy serwerów Web – Farmy serwerów terminalowych – Klastry obliczeniowe• Integracja całej infrastruktury systemu lub rozwiązania – Systemy klasy ERP – Sklep internetowy – Obsługa magazynu – System nadzoru przy użyciu kamer CCD• Integracja oddziału przedsiębiorstwa lub całej jego infrastruktury serwerowej
    • 30. Rodzina IBM BladeCenter – specjalizowane obudowy BladeCenter E BladeCenter T BladeCenter H BladeCenter HT BladeCenter S Wysoka gęstość Model dla telco Dla małych Efektywne i zastosowań i średnich firm lub wykorzystanie Wysoka wydajność oddziałów dużych wojskowych zasilania dla Centrum Przetwarzania przedsiębiorstw AC/DC i NEBS Wysoka wydajność Danych dla telco i Wirtualizacja zastosowań wojskowych AC/DC i NEBS  12U design  7U design 7U design  8U design  9U design  Up to 12 blades  Up to 6 blades Up to 14 blades  Up to 8 blades  Up to 14 blades Up to 8Gb midplane  AC or DC models  Up to 10Gb midplane  AC or DC models  110 or 230V Best density  NEBS Compliant  I/O flexibility up to 8 ports  NEBS Compliant  Internal storage  Up to 10GB midplane  2007 2002, 2006, 2009  2004, 2006  2006, 2010  2007 Jedna rodzina, wiele środowisk, wiele aplikacji wspólne serwery i moduły I/O
    • 31. BladeCenter H (High Speed)• 9U, 14 serwerów• 4 tradycyjne przełączniki i 4 nowe wydajne przełączniki• Midplane 4X Infiniband, gotowy dla 10Gb Ethernet i FC• 4x 10Gb/s do każdego z serwerów Blade• Kompatybilność z BladeCenter• Advance Management Modul (PowerPC, Linux OS, USB 2.0)• Porty szeregowe• LPD z tyłu obudowy
    • 32. Most resilient blade infrastructure. Most flexible blade solution. HX5 (4P) HX5+MAX5 HX5 (2P) HS23 HS23E PS702 PS701 PS700 (2P) (16-core) (8-core) (4-core) Scalable, Scalable, Scalable, “Workhorse Entry & SMB Performance P7 Scalable P7 Value P7 Enterprise Max Memory Enterprise ”IBM BladeCenter E IBM BladeCenter H IBM BladeCenter S IBM BladeCenter T IBM BladeCenter HT Enterprise, best Enterprise high Distributed, office, Ruggedized, Ruggedized,efficiency, best density performance datacenter-in-a-box short-depth high performance  A common set of blades  A common set of industry-standard switches  A common management infrastructure32
    • 33. IBM BladeCenter S Chassis A picture is worth a thousand words: Which solution would you rather have at your remote office? ORThe IBM BladeCenter S combines servers, storages, switches, power, cooling and cables in to one self contained easily manageable solution for remote offices Slide 33
    • 34. IBM BladeCenter S Chassis Acoustical ModuleThe BladeCenter S Office EnablementKit is an 11U enclosure that provides4U of extra space to hold other rackdevices.An optional contaminants filter is alsoavailable 11U Lockable wheels Lockable door Optional console kit Slide 34
    • 35. IBM BladeCenter S Chassis IBM BladeCenter S with the optional Office Enablement Kit brings efficiency and thequietness of a conversation to the remote office Slide 35
    • 36. IBM Systems Director15.11.12
    • 37. Pięć sposobów na poprawę zarządzania Wirtualnym Data Center 1. Monitorowanie zasobów 2. Wizualizacja środowisk fizycznych i wirtualnych 3. Automatyzacja 4. Aktualizacja maszyn fizycznych, wirtualnych oraz systemów operacyjnych 5. Optimalizacja zużycia energii15.11.12
    • 38. IBM Systems Director offers end-to-end platform management Other Systems Management Software Enterprise Service Management Integrated Service IBM® Systems Director Editions Management Advanced Managers & Priced Plug-Ins M OB r e ga na M l o t no C MV F r e ga na M RAP W l o t no C e gar o S l o t no C kr o w e N t r oppu S & ec vr e S s n- gu Pl a noti dd A t r e ga na My g e n E ev t c A t M S P Hr o r g M noti s nar T r e ga na Me ga ml o t no C MV r i i i Automation Update System x & Blade Center Base Systems i Status Remote Access System z Director Managers r I r r l r Virtualization Core Director Services Power Systems & I Discovery Configuration Storage Configuration Hardware f Platform Managers Resource I Management Managed virtual and physical environments Hardware IBM and non-IBM hardware38
    • 39. IBM Systems Director topology IBM System Director Server Web-based Interface Deploying agents: •Common Agent •Platform Agent •(No Agent) Management Database (Local or Remote) Interface IBM Systems Director Agents Managed Systems (IBM and non IBM Hardware)  Three-tier architecture  Thousands of managed end-points  Upward Integration modules supporting: • IBM Tivoli, Computer Associates, Hewlett Packard, Microsoft 39
    • 40. IBM® Systems Directorprovides platform lifecycle management  Consolidation of Platform Management Tools • Single consistent cross-platform management tool • Simplified tasks via Web based interface • Manage many systems from one console  Physical and Virtual Management • Discovery and Inventory of physical and virtual resources • Configuration and provisioning of platform resources • Status, Health, and Monitoring of platform resources • Visualization of server resource topologies • Move virtual servers between systems without disruption to running workloads  Platform Update Management • Simplified consistent cross-platform tools to – acquire – distribute – install • firmware, driver and OS updates40 15.11.12
    • 41. IBM Systems Director Active Energy Manager™ 4.3 Consists of “no charge” monitoring functions and “priced” management functions Active Energy Manager – Monitoring Functions • Power Trending • Thermal Trending • PDU Support for IBM and non-IBM • Support for Facility Providers and sensors • Energy Thresholding – Management Functions • Power Capping Management functions are enabled for a 60-day evaluation Management functions are priced per server (end-point) being managed Delivered as a plug-in to IBM Systems Director 6.x 41
    • 42. VMControl• Standard feature of IBM Systems Director 6.x• Consolidated management for: – VMware ESX – Microsoft Hyper V – Xen virtualization – KVM – Hardware Management Console (HMC) – Integrated Virtualization Manager (IVM)• Integrate virtual and physical management• Create automatic virtual responses to hardware events• Perform lifecycle management tasks, such as creating additional virtual servers, editing virtual server resources or relocating virtual servers to alternate physical hosts. 42
    • 43. Providing the Right Choice Enterprise eX5 iDataPlex Server Consolidation, Virtualization BladeCenter Infrastructure Scale Up Web 2.0, Simplification, HPC, Application Grid Serving Scale Out Stand alone Applications System x Rack and Tower43
    • 44. IBM Networking
    • 45. System Networking Top of Rack SolutionsMarket leadership 10GbE/40GbE IBM RackSwitch G8264 & G8264T IBM RackSwitch G8316 (40GbE) (10Gb SFP+ or Base-T with 40Gb Uplinks) 1st cost efficient 40Gb Ethernet Optimized for High-Performance Computing Aggregation Switch 10GbE Juniper Networks EX4500 Ethernet Switch IBM RackSwitch G8124E 10GbE Data Center and Aggregation switch Bringing Virtual Fabric to System x rack servers Market trend / future proofing 1GbE/10GbE IBM Ethernet Switch J48E (Juniper 1/10GbE) IBM RackSwitch G8000 & G8052 (1/10Gbe) High speed Virtual Chassis Upgradeable entry switch Extend Coverage in market sweet spot 1GbE Campus Networking and Entry Datacenter Juniper EX2200 (1GbE) Cost effective 1GbE Top of Rack Switch45
    • 46. Protection
    • 47. Rack System Enclosure KVM Console Optimized Switches equipment mounting Highly-scalable in a secure KVM switch allows packaged solution. administrators complete control of Console systems at the rack or across the globe. Sleek design and innovative features, such as the built-in DVD Drive and USB, allow administrators to do more right from the Power console tray. Distribution Unit (PDU) Efficiently distributes Uninterruptible power and flexible Power Supplies design allows for (UPS) easy mounting. Deliver superior power protection and battery backup for continuous operation.Software tools ExtendedInterfaces provide Battery Modulecomplete monitoring, (EBM)measurement andmanagement of installed Prolongs UPS battery run time.servers and power devices.
    • 48. Enable clients to optimize data center density, cost, complexity, management Racks UPSs PDUs KVM / consolesFull Line of Racks including Basic & Switched/Monitored PDUs 1754D1X IBM Global Optional Network new 42U and 47U 1200mm 2x2x16 Console Manager Management Card “deep” racks 0U 24 C13 (GCM16) Enterprise PDUs Optional Environmental Monitoring Probe 1754D2X IBM Global 4x2x32 Console Manager (GCM32) 1000VA LCD Tower UPS Intelligent 1500VA LCD Tower UPS Switched & Monitored 1500VA LCD 2U Rack UPS 2200VA LCD 2U Rack UPS 1754-A1X 3000VA LCD 3U Rack UPS IBM Local 1x8 6000VA LCD 4U Rack UPS Console Manager (LCM8) 11000VA LCD 5U Rack UPS Ultra Density 1754-A2X IBM Local 2x16 Console Manager (LCM16) 0U 12 C13/12 C19 PDUs
    • 49. IBM UPS integrate the easy way Seamless integration IBM UPS integrate seamless with IBM’s Active Energy Manager and Director gives the user full visibility and manageability down to the socket level from one IBM consol screenUnsurpassed • IBM world class warranty business warrantySupport • UPS warranty also covers the battery 15/11/12
    • 50. IBM Polska Sp. z o.o. Stanisław Ul. 1 Sierpnia 8 02-134 Warszawa, Polska Daniluk Sales Specialist tel.: +48723703445 System x and Software
    • 51. Program konferencji10.15 – 10.45 Program IBM Managed Service Providers – atrakcyjny sposób budowy i rozwojuusługowego biznesu IT10.45 – 11.30 Rozwiązania dla chmury prywatnej i publicznej11.30 – 11.45 Przerwa na kawę11.45 – 12.15 Nowa, zintegrowana platforma świadczenia usług – IBM PureFlex12.15 – 12.45 Niezawodność i bezpieczeństwo świadczonych usług – platforma IBM Power12.45 – 13.15 Wydajne systemy składowania danych dla systemów usługowych13.15 – 13.45 Przerwa na kawę13.45 – 14.15 Platforma System x dla IBM Managed Service Providers14.15 – 14.45 Finansowanie rozwiązań IT w IBM Global Financing14.45 – 15.00 Panel dyskusyjny15.00 Obiad