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    A closer look at the value of z enterprise A closer look at the value of z enterprise Presentation Transcript

    • zEnterprise – The Ideal Platform For Smarter ComputingA Closer Look At The Value Of zEnterprise
    • zEnterprise Value zEnterprise is STILL best for handling core business workloads zEnterprise is more than a mainframe – it’s a zEnterprise 114 zEnterprise BladeCenter complete multi- Extension (zBX) architecture platform IBM zEnterprise continues zEnterprise System a tradition of unmatched reliability and superior qualities of service zEnterprise 196 zEnterprise BladeCenter Extension (zBX) 02 - zEnterprise Value V2.0 2
    • zEnterprise Value zEnterprise is STILL best for handling core business workloads zEnterprise is more than a mainframe – it’s a zEnterprise 114 zEnterprise BladeCenter complete multi- Extension (zBX) architecture platform IBM zEnterprise continues zEnterprise System a tradition of unmatched reliability and superior qualities of service zEnterprise 196 zEnterprise BladeCenter Extension (zBX) 02 - zEnterprise Value V2.0 3
    • System z Is Uniquely Architected ToSupport Very Large Scalability Rates More processors, Example of near-linear scalability: memory and cache than other enterprise servers Effective Nodes (Scaling) Achieved 14 I/O offloaded to dedicated 12 DB2 for z/OS processors for extreme result (ITG ‘03) efficiency 10 Up to 32 can be clustered 8 in a parallel sysplex ale sc Result: 6 ea r l in ct fe Potential sysplex scale 4 Pe r Dell RAC Study, 2007 (OLAP) to over 1,300 BIPS 2 Near-linear Optimized for heavy I/O 0 workloads 0 2 4 6 8 10 12 Member Nodes In Cluster 02 - zEnterprise Value V2.0 4
    • System z Is Ideal For High Transaction Workloads And Databases System z and BaNCS Online Banking Benchmarks Kookmin Bank IBM System z and DB2 TCS BaNCS 16,000 transactions per second (tps) 15,353 Transactions/second 50 Million Accounts 15,353 IBM benchmark for customer DB2 V9, CICS 3.1, z/OS V1.8 12,000 9,445 8,024 8,983 8,000 7,443 Bank of China1 5,723 6,622 IBM System z and DB2 4,665 TCS BaNCS 4,000 4,360 9,4452 Transactions/second 3,120 380 Million Accounts 2,603 IBM benchmark for customer 0 0 10,000 20,000 30,000 40,000 50,000 MIPS1 Source: http://www.enterprisenetworksandservers.com/monthly/art.php?2976 and InfoSizing FNS BANCS Scalability on IBM System z – Report Date: September 20, 2006 02 - zEnterprise Value V2.0 5
    • Batch And OLTP Are Prime Workloads For System z Incidence of workload on the Mainframe vs. allocation on the Mainframe NICHE QUADRANT PRIMARY STRENGTH QUADRANT 80% 70% Allocation on the Mainframe 60% (% of the workload allocated to the Mainframe) ERP Batch OLTP 50% Other workload type 40% Streaming Media Scientific/Engineering CRM Data Warehousing/Data Application High incidence Development 30% Mart Data Analysis/Data Mining File & Print Security plus high allocation means OLTP and Systems Management Networking 20% Workgroup Proxy Caching Batch are core 10% Email Web Serving mainframe workloads 0% 0% 10% 20% 30% 40% 50% 60% 70% 80% 90% 100% FEEDER QUADRANT SECONDARY STRENGTH QUADRANT Incidence on the Mainframe (% of Mainframe clients running the workload on their Mainframe)Source: IBM Market Intelligence Customer Survey 02 - zEnterprise Value V2.0 6
    • System z Is Optimized For BatchProcessing And Heavy I/O Workloads Power PS701 + DS8300 zEnterprise + DS8300 8 processors 256 GB RAM 8 processors 128 GB RAM SORT Job: Sort a 3 GB transaction file – Repetitions: 300 Sorting Total Elapsed 6,900 secs Sorting Total Elapsed 860 secs Concurrency 20 Concurrency 45 Bytes Per Sec 280 MB Bytes Per Sec 2.25 GB MERGE Job: Merge 30 sorted files into a 90 GB master file – Repetitions: 10 Merging Total Elapsed 7,920 secs Merging Total Elapsed 1,218 secs Concurrency 10 Concurrency 10 Bytes Per Sec 244 MB Bytes Per Sec 1.58 GB Batch window reduced by 89% on zEnterpriseSource: IBM Internal Study. Results may varybased on customer workload profiles/characteristics. 02 - zEnterprise Value V2.0 7
    • System z Platform Easily HandlesWorkload Peaks Example: Core banking workloads running simultaneously with high utilization Data Warehouse Online Data Warehouse Batch Overnight Batch Online Transactions 02 - zEnterprise Value V2.0 8
    • System z Capacity On Demand ProvidesElasticity To Handle Unexpected Peaks One z196 Book with 6 Processing Units On/Off Capacity on Demand (On/Off CoD) Flexible, easy, non- disruptive temporary additional capacity Self-managed Total flexibility within number of books installed Can be automated Active processors – pay full price Inactive processors (On/Off CoD) – pay only 2% of full price Dark processors (unused) – no charge 02 - zEnterprise Value V2.0 9
    • Customer Data Shows Most MainframeWorkloads Are Already Best Fit IBM Eagle Team performs total cost of ownership (TCO) studies for customers With over 200 customers evaluated, Eagle Team has shown System z offers better TCO than a distributed alternative… with very few exceptions Contact Craig Bender (csbender@us.ibm.com) 02 - zEnterprise Value V2.0 10
    • Data Shows Mainframe-Biased Businesses Have Reduced CostsIT cost of goods per industry:From Rubin Worldwide analysis of Gartner Research customer data and costs Compared to average platform costs for all industries, mainframe-biased businesses spent 14% less, and distributed-biased businesses spent 33% more 02 - zEnterprise Value V2.0 12
    • Now With zEnterprise, System z Is Better Than Ever zEnterprise 196 continues a tradition of mainframe innovation z10 Enterprise Class zEnterprise 196 (z196) Clock speed 4.4 GHz 5.2 GHz Processors per MCM 5 6 Total processors 77 (64 configurable) 96 (80 configurable) Total Memory 1.5 TB 3TB Performance** 920 MIPS 1,202 MIPS Total Capacity* 30,657 MIPS 52,286 MIPS Power 1800 W per MCM 1800 W per MCM• Based on LSPR ratings for fully configured system** Single process performanceMCM = Multi-chip module 02 - zEnterprise Value V2.0 13
    • Introducing zEnterprise 114 zEnterprise 114 is uniquely designed for mid-range customers z10 Business Class zEnterprise 114 (z114) Clock speed 3.5 GHz 3.8 GHz M05: 5 (0 spare) Processors 10 (0 spare) M10:10 (2 spare) M05: 128 GB Total Memory 256 GB M10: 256 GB Performance** 673 MIPS 782 MIPS Total Capacity* 2,760 MIPS 3,139 MIPS• Based on LSPR ratings for fully configured system** Single process performance 02 - zEnterprise Value V2.0 14
    • z196 Also Has Almost 8x More On-ChipCache As z10 EC One z10 EC MCM One z196 MCM L1 L1 L1 L1 L1 L1 L1 L1 L1 L1 20 L1 L2 L2 L2 L2 24 L1 / L2s L2 L2 L2 L2 L1.5 L1.5 L1 / L1.5s L1.5 L3 6 L3s L3 L2 L4 L1: Private per core Private, in core 64K I + 128K D L1: 64K I + 128K D L1.5 Private per core L2 Private, adjacent to core 3MB I+D 1.5MB I+D L2 On SC chips (2) L3 Shared by all four cores Shared by all PUs on MCM 24MB eDRAM 24MB per SC chip L4 On SC chip (2) 48MB per MCM Shared by all PUs on MCM 96MB eDRAM per SC chip 192MB eDRAM per MCM More cache leads to reduced latency times 02 - zEnterprise Value V2.0 15
    • z114 And z196 Add Out-Of-Order Processing Superscalar architecture enhancements: Decodes up to 3 instructions per cycle (up from 2 on z10) Executes up to 5 instructions per cycle (up from 2 on z10) >100 new instructions added In particular, Instruction Cracking and Register Renaming which enable Out-of-Order (OOO) instruction execution Reduces instruction wait times, and benefits compute-intensive apps In-order core execution Out-of-order core executionInstructions Instructions 1 1 2 2 3 3 4 4 5 5 time time execution storage access 02 - zEnterprise Value V2.0 16
    • How Does This Add Up?z196 Significantly Outperforms z10 EC Performance Ratio (z196 : z10 EC) LSPR with z/OS V1R11 z196 708 and z10 708* 1.37 z196 780 and z10 764** 1.64 CPO Banking Benchmark CICS – 3270 version 1.37 WAS on z/OS 1.32 WAS on Linux on System z 1.47 CPO COBOL Benchmark z/OS V1R11 Enterprise COBOL 4.1 1.41 * Customer average for z10 EC CEC is 9 GP processors ** Each as fully-configured systems 02 - zEnterprise Value V1.2 V2.0 17
    • CICS/DB2 Optimizations For z/OS – From Then To Now Continued investment z10 EC Upgrade z196 to optimize key Announce Software Hardware software for z/OS 250 environment 200 150 Upgrade CICS/DB2 stack 100 produces 1.49 times 50 performance improvement 0 on same z10 hardware 1.49X 1.35X Move to z196 hardware CICS 3.1 CICS 4.1 DB2 9.1 CICS 4.1 DB2 9.1 produces 1.35 times DB2 8.1 z/OS 1.7 z/OS 1.10 z/OS 1.10 performance improvement COBOL v 3.1 Enterprise COBOL v 4.1 Enterprise COBOL v 4.1 From then to now – 2.01 times performance z10 EC z10 EC z196 improvement Then NowResults may vary 02 - zEnterprise Value V2.0 18
    • WebSphere Optimizations For Linux Similar results are z10 EC Upgrade z196 achieved for WebSphere Announce Software Hardware software in a Linux for 2.00 System z environment 1.75 1.50 1.25 1.32 times performance 1.00 improvement for JPA 2.0 0.75 0.50 applications that exploit the 0.25 OpenJPA Caching facilities 0.00 available in the WebSphere DayTrader 2.0 1.32X 1.37X Version 7 JPA Feature Pack. WebSphere WebSphere WebSphere Move to z196 hardware Version 7 Version 7.0.0.9 Version 7.0.0.9 produces 1.37 times Announce JPA Feature Pack JPA Feature Pack performance improvement No Caching OpenJPA Caching OpenJPA Caching Combined hardware and software - 1.81 times performance improvement z10 EC z10 EC z196 Then NowResults may vary 02 - zEnterprise Value V2.0 20
    • Continual HW And SW Innovations Yield Continuous Performance Improvements History of WebSphere on z/OS Hardware/Software Performance 4.5 4 Hardware improvement +23% 3.9 Aggregate Performance 3.5 Software improvement +43% 3.1 3 2.5 +40% 2.2 2 +57% 1.6 1.5 1.0 1 0.5 0 Version 6.1 on z9 Version 6.1 on z10 Version 7.0 on z10 Version 7.0 on z196 Version 8.0 on z196 2005 2008 2009 2010 2011 Hardware component increase of about 2.25x (1.57 x 1.43) Software component increase of about 1.72x (1.40 x 1.23) Aggregate performance improvement of almost 4x from WAS V6.1 on a z9 to WAS V8.0 on a z196 Similar improvements have been measured for CICS, DB2, and IMSData measurements done using DayTrader EJB workload. 02 - zEnterprise Value V2.0 21
    • zEnterprise Value zEnterprise is STILL best for handling core business workloads zEnterprise is more than a mainframe – it’s a zEnterprise 114 zEnterprise BladeCenter complete multi- Extension (zBX) architecture platform IBM zEnterprise continues zEnterprise System a tradition of unmatched reliability and superior qualities of service zEnterprise 196 zEnterprise BladeCenter Extension (zBX) 02 - zEnterprise Value V2.0 22
    • zEnterprise Has Different Environments For Different Workload Requirements AIX on Linux on Windows on Linux on POWER7 Optimizers System x System x z/OS Blades Blades* Blades* System z Workload Workload Workload Workload Workload Workload zBX Integrated Linux AIX Linux Windows Hypervisor for IBM z/OS z/VM PowerVM x86_IH x86_IH System x Blades zEnterprise zEnterprise BladeCenter z114 / z196 Extension (zBX) Fit-For-Purpose Strategy • Multiple architecture environments to support a broader range of existing workloads • When there is a choice, workloads can be assigned to platform with lowest cost per*All statements regarding IBM future direction and workloadintent are subject to change or withdrawal withoutnotice, and represents goals and objectives only. 02 - zEnterprise Value V2.0 23
    • zEnterprise BladeCenter Extension (zBX) Adds New Platforms To System z zBX ordered and installed as one fully built and tested System z “part” Includes all necessary components – switches, chassis, power, and One zBX rack: cabling Up to 14 blades per chassis Up to 2 chassis per rack Blades and optimizers purchased separately One fully loaded zBX is: Built from standard IBM Certified 4 racks 112 blades Components Full redundancy insures highest Selected IBM blades reliability supported: IBM POWER7 blades System z product support for problem IBM System x blades* reporting, hardware and firmware Specialty Optimizers Most can be mixed updates* All statements regarding IBM future direction and intent are subjectto change or withdrawal without notice, and represents goals andobjectives only. 02 - zEnterprise Value V2.0 24
    • Blades Run Distributed Software AvailableThrough Passport Advantage No MIPS or MSU ratingCognos BIContent Manager for zBX softwareDB2 UDBDocument Manager Directory ServerFilenet MaximoInformix Performance AnalyzerInformation Integration Composite Application ManagerInformation Server Application Workload Team Concert Identity and Access AssuranceInfoSphere Modeler Requirements Composer Access managerMDM Communications Server Asset Manager Asset ManagerOmniFind Decision Server BuildForge Change and Configuration ManagerOpenPages MQSeries ClearCase Compliance Insight ManagerOptim Process Integration Server AppScan Directory IntegratorSPSS Application Server Quality Manager Federated Identity Manager… BI Server Functional Test Identity and Access Manager Business Integration Performance Test License Compliance Manager Commerce … Monitoring ESBConnections Netcool LombardiDomino OMEGAMON PortalForms Other Provisioning Portlet FactoryActiveInsight Security Compliance Manager Translation Server UnicaQuickr Service Automation Manager Voice Server Systems DirectorWeb Content Manager Systems Automation … SterlingWorkflow Workload Scheduler …Mashup Center …Sametime… 02 - zEnterprise Value V2.0 26
    • zBX Optimizers Are Built-For-Purpose Delivered as Blades for use in zBX Optimizers Fully-integrated, fully-contained – each targeted for specific Workload workload functions Pre-packaged, self-contained units including hardware, software, memory, etc. Designed for integration with and management by zEnterprise Two zBX optimizers available today: IBM Smart Analytics Optimizer IBM WebSphere DataPower XI50 for zEnterprise 02 - zEnterprise Value V2.0 27
    • There’s more to this than meets the eye! The Unified Resource Manager – also called zManager – is the “secret sauce”.But what is so unique aboutputting a BladeCenter next to It provides extensive management ofa mainframe? resources and workloads across all zEnterprise platforms! CIO IBM 02 - zEnterprise Value V2.0 28
    • zManager Provides Platform And Resource Management Across zEnterprise Environments Process Typical Distributed zManager Management PracticesAsset Discover assets with ad hoc Automated discovery andManagement methods management of entitlement assets Manual entitlement managementDeployment Manually configure hypervisor and Automated deployment ofManagement build networks hypervisor and attachment to integrated networksSecurity Different ways to manage Centralized, fine-grainedManagement administrator access administrator access managementChange No visibility into impact of changes Track dependencies for changeManagement impactCapacity and No end-to-end transaction End-to-end transaction monitoring toPerformance monitoring isolate issuesManagement Manually adjust CPU resources to Automatic CPU resource meet changing workload demands adjustments to meet changing workload demands 02 - zEnterprise Value V2.0 29
    • z114 / z196 And zBX Are Connected ViaTwo Internal Networks Management Network Cables 3.2m from OSM to BPH, HMC and 26m from BPH to TOR HMC z196 Top of Rack Switch Support Bulk Power Hub Top of Rack Switch Element Isolated and dedicated 1 Gigabit Management Network Top of Rack Switch OSA-E3 Secure Data Network for 1000Base T Top of Rack Switch virtual machine “OSM” communication 10 Gigabit Full redundancy for OSA-E3 10 Gigabit reliability “OSX” OSA adapters zBX Top of rack switches Bulk power hubs Data Network Support Elements and Cables max of 26m from z114 / z196 to TOR, and 300m short-reach or 10km long-reach to another zBX HMC 02 - zEnterprise Value V2.0 30
    • zEnterprise Network Simplification AndSecurity “Network in a box” limits vulnerability to security breaches Fully integrated concealed networks − No external switches or routers necessary – IBM-only equipment − Fully tested, pre-installed and pre-configured Can reduce latency and the number of “hops” Security Management Network: − Tightly restricted to zManager use only Data Network: − Accessible only by authorized virtual machines Logical security via virtualization zManager includes strict “role-based” access control No need for additional encryption or firewall 02 - zEnterprise Value V2.0 31
    • zManager Owns The Private Management Network For Hypervisor Communications Linux on z/OS System z AIX on Optimizers Linux on Windows on POWER7 System x System x Blades Blades* Blades* Workload Workload Workload Workload Workload Workload Linux z/OS z/VM AIX Linux Windows PR/SM PowerVM x86_IH x86_IH Dynamically manages resources for better workload management HMC Extends mainframe-quality problem detection and reporting across all platforms Monitors system-wide energy efficiency*All statements regarding IBM future direction andintent are subject to change or withdrawal withoutnotice, and represents goals and objectives only. 02 - zEnterprise Value V2.0 32
    • DEMO: Manage Resources And WorkloadsUsing zManager zManager uses familiar HMC interface View and manage all zEnterprise platforms 02 - zEnterprise Value V2.0 33
    • zManager Can Drive Down Labor Costs IT Process zManager Costs Reduced By*Asset Management Automated discovery and management of entitlement 9%Deployment Automated deployment ofManagement hypervisors and virtual networks 33%Capacity and Automatic resource adjustmentsPerformance to meet changing workload demands 52%ManagementSecurity Management Centralized, fine-grained administrator access 20%Change Management Dependency tracking across platform for change impact 41%*Source: IBM Internal study of 92 hybrid workloads 02 - zEnterprise Value V2.0 34
    • zEnterprise Value zEnterprise is STILL best for handling core business workloads zEnterprise is more than a mainframe – it’s a zEnterprise 114 zEnterprise BladeCenter complete multi- Extension (zBX) architecture platform IBM zEnterprise continues zEnterprise System a tradition of unmatched reliability and superior qualities of service zEnterprise 196 zEnterprise BladeCenter Extension (zBX) 02 - zEnterprise Value V2.0 35
    • A Complex, Distributed-based Scale Out Strategy Has Its Risks Amazon public cloud platform suffered a 3+ day outage in April, 2011 Distributed architecture designed “for durability and availability” Yet a complex single point of failure negated the advantage of rapid replacement of failed resources Numerous customers suffered significant and unrecoverable data lossSource: http://status.aws.amazon.com 02 - zEnterprise Value V2.0 36
    • System z Has A History Of ContinuousImprovements To Reliability And ServiceabilityExample of fault-tolerant design: Error detection Instantaneous Error domain Data capture Recovery Error prevention Fence Reset Technology Fault tolerance Design Test Reliable Problem determination Measurements & Operations Problem correlation analysis Problem isolation Product RAS Failure analysis Change management Corrective Maintenance Maintenance Hardware Service personnel Drivers Parts Problem management 02 - zEnterprise Value V2.0 37
    • z/OS Can Support Unprecedented LevelsOf Availability Parallel Sysplex architecture designed for 99.999% availability Full redundancy yielding no single points of failure − All systems can have concurrent access to all critical applications and data − Automatic restart and recovery capabilities Dynamic workload routing via z/OS Workload Manager and Sysplex Distributor − Work flow designed for best response times 02 - zEnterprise Value V2.0 38
    • Result: zOS Delivers The Highest Availability And The Lowest Downtime Cost 8.8 hours Same as promised by Amazon EC2 10 9 Sun SPARC System z Parallel Downtime Hours Per Year 8 hybrid solution Sysplex with 7 Downtime cost: 99.999% availability 6 $4.05M per year Downtime cost: 5 90 minutes $225K per year 4 5 minutes 3 2 1 0 Windows Windows Red Hat Solaris HP-UX SUSE AIX z/OS 2000 2003 Linux LinuxSource: 2007-2008 Global Server Operating Systems Reliability Survey, Yankee Group, March 2008.Source: IBM Internal StudySource: Robert Frances Group, 2006 - Cost based on $2.7M average revenue lost per hour of downtime 02 - zEnterprise Value V2.0 39
    • zEnterprise Continues The Strategy OfConstant Improvements In Availability RAIM Memory Provides more redundancy to protect against additional failure modes − Protects DIMM level components such as ASIC, power regulators, clock, and board − Protects memory channel failures such as signal lines, control lines, and drivers/receivers on the MCM − More robust than ECC, and more cost effective than 100% memory mirroring − No performance penalty Hot pluggable I/O drawer technology reduces planned down time Perform maintenance while the system keeps running 02 - zEnterprise Value V2.0 40
    • zEnterprise Value Is Unsurpassed! zEnterprise is STILL best for handling core business workloads zEnterprise is more than a mainframe – it’s a zEnterprise 114 zEnterprise BladeCenter complete multi- Extension (zBX) architecture platform IBM zEnterprise continues zEnterprise System a tradition of unmatched reliability and superior qualities of service zEnterprise 196 zEnterprise BladeCenter Extension (zBX) 02 - zEnterprise Value V2.0 41