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Jak skutecznie wykorzystać zBX

  1. 1. IBM zEnterprise - Freedom through DesignIBM Blade Center Extension – How to effectively use it ?Mike StorzerCertified Senior IT SpecialistTMCC R&D Client Centers, Boeblingen Lab © 2011 IBM Corporation
  2. 2. IBM zEnterprise zBX & Unified Resource ManagerAgendazEnterprise/zBX Technical Overview – Update – Unified Resource Manager – zBX Blades – zBX HighAvailabilityUnified Resource Manager – live demo2 © 2011 IBM Corporation
  3. 3. IBM zEnterprise zBX & Unified Resource ManagerWhat is zEnterprise all about ? … it’s ALL about the workload… Subset representing a specific workload Web Firewall Servers Database Storage Router Server Router Connected Integrated Flexible, Dynamic, and Responsive Aligned with Business Application Objectives Servers3 © 2011 IBM Corporation
  4. 4. IBM zEnterprise zBX & Unified Resource Manager It’s ALL about the workload… Unified Resource and Workload Management zBladeCenter Extension Private, secure networks Firewall Web Servers Connected Integrated Storage Flexible, Dynamic, and Responsive Application Servers – Database z/OS – zLinux – AIX – Aligned with Business Distr. Linux - Windows Server – z/OS Objectives zEnterprise 4 © 2011 IBM Corporation
  5. 5. IBM zEnterprise zBX & Unified Resource ManagerA “System of Systems” for Predictable Service Delivery IBM zEnterprise™ 196 (z196) or IBM zEnterprise 114 (z114)  Optimized to host transaction, and mission-critical applications  The most efficient platform for large-scale Linux® consolidation  Massive scale-up – 26 MIPS to over 50K MIPS zEnterprise Unified Resource Manager  Unifies management of resources, extending IBM System z® qualities of service end-to-end across workloads  Provides platform, hardware and workload management zEnterprise BladeCenter® Extension (zBX)  Selected IBM POWER7® blades and IBM System x® blades for deploying applications in a multi-tier architecture  High-performance optimizers and appliances to accelerate time to insight and reduce cost  Dedicated high-performance private network5 © 2011 IBM Corporation © 2011 IBM Corporation
  6. 6. IBM zEnterprise zBX & Unified Resource ManagerWhat is a Ensemble?  An ensemble is a collection of up to eight x86 Power Linux Linux Linux Virtual Machine Virtual Machine Virtual Machine Virtual Machine Virtual Machine zOS zOS zOS zOS zOS Linux Linux Linux AIX AIX AIX Linux Linux Linux AIX AIX AIX ISS Linux Linux Linux zEnterprise nodes that are managed collectively AIX AIX AIX ISS DP Linux Linux Linux AIX AIX AIX ISS Cell DP Linux Linux Linux AIX AIX AIX DWA Cell DP DWA HPC z/VM DWA xHyp pHyp xHyp pHyp PR/SM xHyp pHyp by the Unified Resource Manager as a single xHyp pHyp xHyp pHyp Z CPU, Memory and IO AMM AMM SE AMM SE z Blade Extension z Blade Extension logical virtualized system z Blade Extension  A zEnterprise node is a z196/z114 with 0 or 1 HMC – Unified Resource Manager Linux Linux Linux Virtual Machin e Virtual Machin e Virtual Machin e Virtual Machin e Virtual Machin e Virtual Machin e zOS zOS zOS zOS zOS zBX. The zBX may contain from 1 to 4 racks z/VM each containing up to two BladeCenters. At Z CPU, Mem or y an d IO PR/SM least one node must have a zBX installed SE SE  zEnterprise nodes are deployed within a single x86 Power Linux Linux Linux Virtual Machine Virtual Machine Virtual Machine Virtual Machine Virtual Machine zOS zOS zOS zOS zOS Linux Linux Linux AIX AIX AIX Linux Linux Linux AIX AIX AIX ISS Linux Linux Linux AIX AIX AIX ISS site DP Linux Linux Linux AIX AIX AIX ISS Cell DP Linux Linux Linux AIX AIX AIX DWA Cell DP DWA HPC z/VM DWA x Hyp pHyp xHyp pHyp PR/SM xHyp pHyp xHyp pHyp  Automated failover to ensemble back up HMC xHyp pHyp Z CPU, Memory and IO AMM AMM AMM SE z Blade Extension SE z Blade Extension z Blade Extension x86 Power An ensemble allows you to have a single Linux Linux Linux Virtual Machine Virtual Machine Virtual Machine Virtual Machine Virtual Machine zOS zOS zOS zOS zOS Linux Linux Linux AIX AIX AIX Linux Linux Linux AIX AIX AIX ISS Linux Linux Linux pool of resources –integrating system AIX AIX AIX ISS DP Linux Linux Linux AIX AIX AIX ISS Cell DP Linux Linux Linux AIX AIX AIX DWA Cell DP DWA HPC z/VM DWA x Hyp pHyp and workload management across the xHyp pHyp PR/SM xHyp pHyp xHyp pHyp xHyp pHyp Z CPU, Memory and IO AMM multi-system, multi-tier, multi-architecture AMM AMM SE SE z Blade Extension z Blade Extension z Blade Extension environment. zEnterprise Node zEnterprise Ensemble6 © 2011 IBM Corporation
  7. 7. IBM zEnterprise zBX & Unified Resource ManagerzBX – A Uniquely Configured Extension of the zEnterpriseLooks like a rack with BladeCenters in it … but so much more  Creating an integrated solution experience … blades are easier to deploy and manage – Increased optics for fibre channel connections – Infrastructure built and tested at the factory – zBX hardware redundancy provides improved availability – IBM System z engineer for installation, service and upgrade process  Improving the connectivity between blades and IBM System z – Isolated, secure, redundant network dynamically configured – High speed 10Gb/EN dedicated network for data – New 1 GbE optics for access from zBX to customer network (routers only) – Lower latency due to fewer devices  Preserving the customer application architecture – No modifications required for operating systems or applications – No System z software running in IBM zEnterprise BladeCenter Extension (zBX) – Customer network and storage architectures unchanged … managed by the zEnterprise Unified Resource Manager7 © 2011 IBM Corporation
  8. 8. IBM zEnterprise zBX & Unified Resource ManagerNew Blades Provide Added Flexibility for Workload Deployment andIntegration IBM zEnterprise  IBM System x Blades BladeCenter Extension (zBX) – IBM BladeCenter HX5 7873 dual-socket 16-core blades Machine Type: 2458 Mod 002 – Four supported memory configurations for zBX – 64 GB, 128 GB, 192 GB, 256 GB Optimizers • IBM WebSphere DataPower Integration  IBM POWER7 Blades Appliance XI50z for zEnterprise – IBM BladeCenter PS701 8-core processor 3.0GHz – Three configurations supported in zBX - 32 GB, 64 GB, 128 GB Select IBM Blades  Flexibility in ordering – acquired though existing channels, • IBM BladeCenter PS701 Express including IBM • IBM BladeCenter HX5 (7873)  Unified Resource Manager will install hypervisor on blades in One to four – 42u racks – capacity for the zBX up to 112 blades – Integrated hypervisor (KVM-based) for System x blades – PowerVM Enterprise Edition for POWER7 blades • Up to 112 PS701 Power blades • Up to 28* HX5 System x blades  Up to 112 Blades supported on zBX • Up to 28 DataPower XI50z blades (double- wide) – Ability to mix and match blades in the same chassis – Number of blades supported varies by type  Blades assume System x warranty and maintenance when installed in the zBX *Support for 56 System x blades (March 30, 2012)8 © 2011 IBM Corporation
  9. 9. IBM zEnterprise zBX & Unified Resource ManagerPutting zEnterprise System to the TaskUse the smarter solution to improve your application design System z Hardware Management Console (HMC) System z Host Select IBM Blades Optimizers with Unified Resource Manager DataPower XI50z DataPower XI50z z/TPF Linux on Linux Linux on Windows AIX on z/OS ® System z on System x on System POWER7 z/VSE® System z x z/VM Blade Blade Blade Virtualization Virtualization 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 Management Network (information only) Customer Network Private High Speed Data Network IEDN Customer Network9 © 2011 IBM Corporation
  10. 10. IBM zEnterprise zBX & Unified Resource ManagerzEnterprise Unified Resource ManagerHardware Management Hypervisor Management Energy Management  Monitoring and trend reporting of CPU energy  Integrated deployment and configuration of efficiency hypervisor  Hypervisors (except z/VM) shipped and serviced as firmware  Management of ISO images  Creation of virtual networks Hypervisors Energy Operational Controls  Auto-discovery and configuration support for new resources (including storage) Operations Performance  Cross platform hardware problem detection, reporting and call home  Physical hardware configuration, backup and restore Networks Virtual  Delivery of system activity using new user Servers interface HMC Network Management  Monitoring and collecting metrics of networking resources  Management of virtual networks including access control Key  Manage suite  Adv Mgmt suite10  Automate suite © 2011 IBM Corporation
  11. 11. IBM zEnterprise zBX & Unified Resource ManagerzEnterprise Unified Resource ManagerPlatform Management Hypervisor Management Energy Management  Manage and control communication  Static power savings between virtual server operating systems  Ability to query maximum potential power and the hypervisor Resource Workload Hypervisors Energy Awareness and Platform Performance Management  HMC provides a single consolidated and Operations Performance consistent view of resources   Wizard-driven set up of resources in accordance with specified business process   Ability to monitor and report performance Networks Virtual   Load balance recommendations Servers  Manage to a performance policy HMC Virtual Server Lifecycle Management  Single view of virtualization across platforms.  Ability to deploy multiple, cross-platform virtual servers within minutes  Management of virtual networks including access Key control  Manage suite  Integration of HiperSockets network with IEDN  Adv Mgmt suite11  Automate suite © 2011 IBM Corporation
  12. 12. IBM zEnterprise zBX & Unified Resource Manager Heterogeneous Virtual Infrastructure Management APP APP APP APP APP APPServiceManagement MIDDLEWARE MULTIPLE OPERATING SYSTEMS Linux on System x e.g., z/OS, z/TPF, z/VSE, z/VM, AIX 1 Linux on System zPlatformManagement VIRTUALIZATION – PR/SM, z/VM, PowerVM, System x Hypervisor FIRMWAREHardwareManagement System z Power System x1 IBM Optimizers Unified Resource Manager 12 1 All statements regarding IBM future direction and intent are subject to change or withdrawal without notice, © 2011 IBM Corporation and represents goals and objectives only.
  13. 13. IBM zEnterprise zBX & Unified Resource ManagerUnified Resource Manager APIsEnabling external management tools  New API support allows programmatic access to the same underlying functions exploited by the HMC user interface (UI) – Same resource types, instances and policies – HMC UI steps are accomplished using panels in a wizard- style task while API steps are accomplished by calling API management primitives UI API – Therefore the API functions correspond to views and tasks in the UI such as: HMC Listing resource instances Creating, changing, deleting resource instances Operational control of resource instances  Access to these functions will enable tools external zEnterprise System to the HMC to manage the Unified Resource Manager  Initially the priority scenarios will be the discovery, monitoring, and provisioning use cases13 © 2011 IBM Corporation
  14. 14. IBM zEnterprise zBX & Unified Resource ManagerzEnterprise Unified Resource ManagerManagement of zEnterprise from external tools Application Programming API allows programmatic access Interface (API) is a new to the same functions exploited implementation in the HMC by the HMC UI. Corresponding to  Build on existing SNMP/CIM views and tasks in the UI such function plus new Unified as: Hypervisors Energy Resource manager capabilities  List and get properties for core  TCP/IP Sockets/HTTP is (traditional) entities, ensemble, underlying network support workloads, virtual networks, with SSL for connection Operations Performance virtual hosts, virtual servers, security storage, zBX infrastructure (as  Supports modern scripting well as provide start/stop/restart languages (e.g., Perl, Python) for many of these also) that have HTTP supporting Networks Virtual  Can provide service oriented libraries Servers functions like metrics retrieval  Fully documented and and inventory supported for customer and HMC  Manage energy management third-party use modes  HMC UI remains in place,  Help on recover actions of supported and will continue to virtual actions be extended as Unified  And more … Resource Manager evolves  APIs are governed by the functions they involve such as ‘Manage’ or ‘Automate’14 © 2011 IBM Corporation

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