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    E-Business Suite 1 _ Peter Kennewell  _ EBS Growth powered by IBM and Oracle.pdf E-Business Suite 1 _ Peter Kennewell _ EBS Growth powered by IBM and Oracle.pdf Presentation Transcript

    • Growth Powered by IBM and OraclePeter Kennewell, Power Systems BrandManager, IBM Australia16/08/2011
    • Building a smarter planet The IBM & Oracle Relationship Sustaining Partnership • Oracle 22 Yrs, PeopleSoft 20 Yrs, JD Edwards 31 Yrs, Siebel 10 Yrs. Oracle is an IBM “Integrated Account” (2005) • Regular Executive Reviews – Global and Geographic • Named Oracle Sponsor: Charles Phillips, Oracle’s Co- President • Dedicated IBM executive-led alliance team Over 19,000 Joint Customers Worldwide • Hardware and Software support via Apps Unlimited Vibrant Technology Relationship • Substantial investment in skills and resources • Dedicated International Competency Centers Market Leading Services Practice • IBM’s GBS is Oracle’s #1 SI Partner (4900 Joint Projects!) • 9,000 skilled, of which 5,000 are dedicated to Oracle Practice Unrivaled Customer Support Process • Dedicated On-Site Resources • Significant Program Investments © 2009 IBM Corporation
    • Building a smarter planet IBM-Oracle International Competency Center Mission: Provide technical pre-sales solution support for Oracle applications and technology with IBM platforms including: PeopleSoft, JD Edwards, Siebel, EBS, and others. §  On-Site Resources §  Sizing Tools §  IBM Hardware and §  Creation and ownership of Software Brand Experts worldwide sizing tools and processes §  Technology Managers §  Support the Techline resources §  Solutions Sales §  Technical Sales Support §  Project Managers §  IBM Technical Sales §  Labs §  Located at Oracle and IBM §  Business Partners §  Benchmarking/Sizing tests §  On-site briefings §  Redbooks and whitepapers §  Third level support when necessary © 2009 IBM Corporation
    • Building a smarter planet IBM Hardware Market Share of Oracle Ecosystem © 2009 IBM Corporation
    • Building a smarter planet Power Is Financially Important To Oracle §  Oracle increased the POWER license count to one and customers bought more than before –  Oracle profits increased §  New Oracle on POWER profit is increasing year to year §  POWER is the only UNIX solution delivering profits to Oracle This is a financially driven partnership (As long as POWER drives Oracle profits) © 2009 IBM Corporation
    • Building a smarter planet Oracle Solution Costs 2010 Environmental Hardware +/- 10% Cost Trends +/- 20% 30 - 60% 25 - 50% Software People IBM Estimates - 2010 The justification in spending $$ on better technology is in the effect on software, personnel and environmental expense.. AND you get better technology © 2009 IBM Corporation
    • Building a smarter planet IBM Architectures For Oracle System z™ POWER™ System x™ System Storage™ CISC RISC x86 Throughput Performance Standardization Quality of Service Scalability X86 Performance Resource Utilization Work / Resource X86 Scalability System Virtualization Resource Virtualization VMWare SW License Reduction SW License Reduction Lowest HW Cost Scale Up Scale Out © 2009 IBM Corporation
    • Building a smarter planet Power 7 Systems Portfolio Power 795 Power 780 Power 770 Power 750 Power 700 701 & 702 Power 710 Power 755 Power 720 Power 730 HPC Power 740 © 2009 IBM Corporation
    • Building a smarter planet IBM® Systems Director Next generation platform management for multi-system environmentsü  Find and identify systems on the network ü  Keep system firmware and drivers up to dateü  Determine if systems are working properly ü  Manage Energyü  Configure and deploy new systems ü  Improve System Availabilityü  Optimize systems for peak performance ü  Manage multiple systems as a single entity ü  Reduce virtualization complexity Simplified management Rapid deployment and Reduction in of physical and virtual optimization of IT time-consuming infrastructure resources management tasks © 2009 IBM Corporation
    • Building a smarter planet Power economics due to continued investment in leading edge technology that delivers tremendous price/performance tpcC $/tpcC160000 $109.00 150,000 $120140000 $89.00 $100120000 95,081 $80100000 80000 $52.70 $60 63,021 $43.00 60000 50,164 $40 32,046 40000 $17.80 23,871 12,602 $8.31 $20 20000 5,669 9,200 $5.42 $5.19 1,556 2,845 $2.97 $2.81 $0.69 0 $0 S70 S7A S80 S85 p690 p690+ p690++ p5-595 p5-595+ P6 595 P7 780 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001-2002 2002 2003 2004/5 2006 2008 2010 © 2009 IBM Corporation
    • Building a smarter planet Price / Performance Improvements Power 770 Solution 20 cores Virtualization with LPARS with Shared Processors Attribute Benefit IBM p590 circa 2007 12 fewer cores Potential software savings 32 cores 3,200 Watts (max.) 80% less Power Total of 16,700 Watts (max.) 8U of rack space 90% less Physical Space Physical Space 42U 24” Rack 1/4 the cost Cost = $375K Cost $1.5M Cost of Power servers has decreased over 3x in 3.5 years © 2009 IBM Corporation
    • Building a smarter planet Industry Leading Performance Benchmark 1st 2nd 3rd IBM Power 710 IBM Power 750 IBM BladeCenter JS23 Oracle EBS R12-medium 213,523 lines per hr 177,095 lines per hr 81,990 lines per hr Order to Cash batch 35,587 lines per hr per core 29,516 lines per hr per core 20,498 lines per hr per core IBM Power 750 IBM BladeCenter JS22 Cisco UCS B200 M2 Oracle EBS R12-medium 257,143 checks per hr 157,205 checks per hr 422,535 checks per hr Payroll batch 42,857 checks per hr per core 39,301 checks per hr per core 35,211 checks per hr per core Oracle EBS 11.5.10-medium Power 570 HP BL685c G6 HP DL585 G5 Online + batches 375 users per core 188 users per core 188 users per core Note: Ranking of performance results based on throughput or users per core © 2009 IBM Corporation
    • Building a smarter planet Power 750 Express delivers Best of Breed eBS R12 Payroll performance •  Delivers the best eBS R12 Payroll Medium 2-tier result - Surpasses HP per system, per processor and per core•  6 core Power 750 out performs HP’s 8 core DL380 G6 - 49% higher per core and 12% overall IBM Power 750 Express Oracle eBS R12 Payroll Batch 257,143 257,143 250,000 229,885 IBM 750 6-core 198,020 HP DL380-G6 8-core 200,000 HP DL380-G5 8-core checks per hour 150,000 114,943 100,000 78,534 42,857 50,000 28,736 19,634 0 System Performance per processor per coreAll results use Oracle eBS R12 RUP 4 Payroll Batch Medium Kit and are current as of 2/8/2010. For more information go to http://www.oracle.com/apps_benchmark/html/results.html © 2009 IBM Corporation
    • Power 750 Express delivers Best of BreedBuilding a smarter planet eBS R12 Order To Cash performance •  Delivers the best eBS R12 Order to Cash Medium 2-tier result. Surpasses 55XX per system, per processor and per core results •  64% higher per core and 23% overall against Nehalem 55XX 8-core system. IBM Power 750 ExpressAll results use Oracle eBS R12 RUP 4 Payroll Batch Medium Kit and are current as of 2/8/2010. For more information go to http://www.oracle.com/apps_benchmark/html/results.html © 2009 IBM Corporation
    • Building a smarter planet E-Business Suite Architecture © 2009 IBM Corporation
    • Power Systems for OracleBuilding a smarter planet – DB Consolidation, Virtualization Dynamically Resizable 1 Core 1 8 6 3 24 3 1 Core 1 8 Cores Virtual I/O Cores Cores CoresCores Cores Cores Cores Virtual I/O Server Server Partition PowerVM’s PowerVM’s Partition AIX Int Virt Oracle 10g Oracle 10g Int Virt AIX Oracle 11g Oracle 11g Linux Oracle 10g Oracle 10g Oracle11g Oracle10g Oracle 11g Linux Oracle 10gR2 Linux CUoD Oracle11g Oracle10g Oracle 9i Oracle 9i Oracle9i Oracle9i Manager V5.3 V5.3 Manager Storage Storage Sharing Sharing Ethernet Ethernet Sharing Sharing POWER Hypervisor ISV Pricing on Power 48 core system Network Oracle EE: 38 cores Network Do not pay for VIO server or CUoD cores © 2009 IBM Corporation
    • Power Systems Virtualization for OracleBuilding a smarter planet – Tier Consolidation & Virtualization Dynamically Resizable 1 Core 1 8 6 3 24 3 1 Core 1 16 8 Cores Virtual I/O Cores Cores Cores CoresCores Cores Cores Cores Virtual I/O Server Server Partition PowerVM’s PowerVM’s Partition WebSphere WebSphere WebSphere WebSphere WebSphere Int Virt Oracle 10g AIX Oracle 10g Oracle 10g Int Virt AIX Oracle 11g Oracle 11g Linux Oracle11g Oracle10g Linux Linux Linux CUoD Oracle 9i Oracle9i Manager V5.3 V5.3 Manager Storage Storage Sharing Tier Consolidation Sharing Ethernet Ethernet Sharing Sharing Virtual LAN POWER Hypervisor ISV Pricing on Power 64 core system Oracle EE: 38 cores WebSphere: 1920 PVUs Network Do not pay for VIO server or CUoD cores Network Virtual Network WebSphere to Oracle works at memory speeds © 2009 IBM Corporation
    • Building a smarter planet Additional Competitive Advantages of PowerVM Active Memory Sharing Active Memory™ Expansion 80 SRM QA 70 SRM Dev 60 Sandbox 50 Training 40 BI QA 30 BI Test 20 BI Dev 10 ECC QA ECC Test 0 ECC Dev AIX Workload Partitions VMcontrol Workload Partition Optimize With System Pools Test §  Create, modify, delete Optimize §  Automate resource mobility §  Manage utilization and availability Workload Workload Partition Partition Billing Application Manage Virtual Image Libraries Server §  Create, capture, import, deploy §  Centralize image management Workload Partition Manage §  Migrate virtual-to-virtual images Web Server Workload Workload Partition Virtualize Workloads Partition Test §  Create, modify, delete VMs BI Virtualize §  Manage multiple hypervisors §  Relocate VMs AIX © 2009 IBM Corporation
    • PowerVM provides the security customers Building a smarter planet demand for their mission-critical workloads PowerVM has never had a single reported security vulnerability 119 120 100 “Making sure our website security vulnerabilities Number of reported 80 61 can’t get hacked into is a umber of reported 60 key issue. With IBM, we have been able to keep itcurity vulnerabilities 40 tightly locked up and prevent unauthorized 22 access.” 20 2 1 0 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 © 2009 IBM Corporation
    • Building a smarter planet Power Systems with AIX deliver 99.997% uptime §  Least amount of downtime §  The fastest patch time –  15 minutes a year –  11 minutes to apply a patch –  2.3X better than Solaris –  2.8X better than Solaris –  2.6x better than HP-UX –  2.9X better than Windows 2008 –  9.7X better than Windows 2008 Minutes of Downtime per Year Average Time to Patch a Server (min) 35 160 140 30 120 25 100 20 80 15 60 10 40 20 5 0 0 AIX on Solars on HP-UX on SuSE Linux RHEL Windows AIX on Solars on HP-UX on SuSE Linux RHEL Windows Power SPARC Integrity 2008 Power SPARC Integrity 2008 Source: ITIC 2009 Global Server Hardware & Server OS Reliability Survey Results, July 7, 2009 © 2009 IBM Corporation
    • Building a smarter planet Live Partition Mobility On ALL Workloads Reduce impact of planned outages, relocate workloads to enable growth, provision new technology with no disruption to serviceLPAR-1 LPAR-2 LPAR-3 LPAR-4 VIOS VIOS LPAR-1 LPAR-2 LPAR-3 LPAR-4 Migration Migration Controller Controller Oracle Def 1 Oracle P P P P Def 2 P P PP P P P P P P P P P P P P P Def 3 P P P P P P P P P P P P P Def 4AIX Kernel AIX Kernel AIX Kernel AIX Kernel AIX Kernel AIX Kernel AIX Kernel AIX KernelHypervisor Hypervisor Ethernet Partition Mobility Requires: SAN Partition Mobility Steps • POWER6 § Validation •  AIX 5.3 / 6.1 or Linux § Copy memory pages •  All resources must be “Virtualized” Boot v Host to target systems • No real resources § Transfer •  SAN storage environment Data v Turn off Host resources • SAN Boot, temp space, same network v Activate Target resources © 2009 IBM Corporation
    • Why POWER Systems For EBSBuilding a smarter planet Requirements? § System Performance – workload throughput per resource § Scalability / Upgradability – investment protection § Virtualization – do more with less § Dynamic – shift resource to workloads § High Resource Utilization - use more of what you own § Reliability – higher service levels § Deliverable Road Map § Significant improvements at lower cost Why NOT Power7? © 2009 IBM Corporation
    • Building a smarter planetIn Closing …§  You are most welcome to join me at the IBM Booth after this session to discuss this presentation or your specific questions or requirements§  We’d appreciate if you can complete the evaluation form on your seat and deposit in the box at the IBM Booth …. you’ll also have a chance to win one of 3 iPads!§  All IBM InSync presentation sessions are noted in the flyer on your seat to help plan your participation … we’d love to see you at some more of our sessions!§  Break Free at our next IBM event … see the invitation envelope on your seat for details. © 2009 IBM Corporation
    • Building a smarter planet Disclaimers§  RPE2 (Relative Performance Estimate 2) is not a benchmark, but is a performance estimate from a third party IT research company, Ideas International (IDEAS). It is important that you understand what RPE2 is and how to use it for competitive server comparisons. RPE2 is entirely theoretical and is largely based on performance data from the manufacturers supplemented by published benchmark performance data. It is not designed to predict actual performance in a real-world environment.§  RPE2 is the geometric mean of five industry standard (TPC-C, TPC-H, SPECjbb2005, SPECint_rate2006, SPECfp_rate2006) benchmarks and one ISV specific (SAP SD 2-Tier) benchmark. They are equally weighted in an arbitrary manner with each benchmark accounting for 16.7% of the total. When one or more of the six benchmarks was not run for a specific server model, IDEAS estimates the benchmark result using vendor supplied relative performance data. If performance is key to any final decision, then other performance data, such as actual workload benchmarking, should be used.§  All performance estimates are provided "AS IS" and no warranties or guarantees are expressed or implied by IBM. Buyers should consult other sources of information, including system benchmarks, and application sizing guides to evaluate the performance of a system they are considering buying. For additional information about rPerf, contact your local IBM office or IBM authorized reseller. © 2009 IBM Corporation
    • Building a smarter planetBackup © 2009 IBM Corporation
    • Building a smarter planet Built for Oracle Performance Leadership § Cores: POWER6 –  Up to 8 Intelligent Cores / chip (socket) POWER7 –  4 and 6 Intelligent Cores available on some models Alti –  12 execution units per core Alti Core Core Vec –  Out ofVec execution order Core Core Core Core P –  4 Way SMT per core O W S –  32 threads per chip L2 L2 L2 L2 E M –  L1 – 32 KB I Cache / 32 KB D Cache per core P 4 MB R – L3 – 256 KB4 MB L2 L3 per core L3 Ctrl L2 L2 Ctrl L3 § Chip: G L3 Cache F –  32MB Intelligent L3 Cache on chip X eDRAM A § Memory: B –  Dual DDR3 Controllers R –  100 GB/s sustained Memory bandwidth / chip B L2 L2 L2 L2 I § Scalability: Fabric Bus U C Controller S –  Up to 32 Sockets Memory Memory Core Core Core Core Cntrl Cntrl –  360 GB/s peak SMP bandwidth / chip –  590 GB/s peak I/O bandwidth / chip GX Bus Cntrl –  Up to 20,000 coherent operations in flight § Energy: Memory Interface –  Aggressive processor Nap & Sleep modes –  10% “Over clock” when thermals are good GX+ Bridge Memory+ Memory+ Memory++ © 2009 IBM Corporation
    • Building a smarter planet AIX and POWER RAS Features Virtualization AIX§  PowerVM is core firmware §  Integrated LVM and JFS Virtual Virtual§  Thin bare metal Hypervisor §  SMIT – reduce human errors I/O I/O AIX AIX§  Device driver free Hypervisor Server Server §  Hot AIX kernel patches§  Redundant VIOS support §  WPAR and WPAR mobility§  Dynamic LPAR operations §  App checkpoint/restart LPAR LPAR LPAR LPAR§  Separate HMC Users §  Configurable error logs§  Live partition mobility §  Resource monitor & control PowerVM§  HW enforced virtualization support §  Role based access control §  EAL 4+ security certification General CPU Memory Network Disk For Nehalem servers , component failure usually means system failure General CPU/Cache Memory I/O§  First Failure Data Capture §  Dynamic CPU deallocation §  DDR ECC Chipkill memory §  Redundant I/O links to I/O drawers§  Hot-node add/repair (570/595) §  Processor instruction retry §  Dynamic memory page deallocation §  Independent PCI busses§  Redundant clocks & service §  Alternate processor recovery §  Storage protection keys §  Dynamic PCI bus slot deallocation processors (560/ 570/595) §  Dynamic processor sparing §  Memory bit steering / redundant §  Hot swap disk, media, PCI adapters For Nehalem CPU CUoD (570/595) equal the availability of a Power I/O drawer add§  Service proc failover (595) §  servers to memory §  Hot server§  Concurrent firmware updates §  Dual sided DIMMs (570/595) §  Processor contained checkstop§  CEC bus retry / recovery THEY MUST BE § CLUSTERED §  Dynamic cache deallocation and Hardware memory scrubbing§  Light path diagnostics cache line delete © 2009 IBM Corporation
    • Why IBM Storage for Oracle EnvironmentsBuilding a smarter planet IBM Storage Interoperability & Solution Test Labs §  IBM Storage Interoperability & Solution Test Labs (Tucson, AZ; San Jose, CA ensure IBM storage works with leading operating systems, applications and database vendors §  IBM Test team collaborates with Oracle Engineering to ensure best test practices and deliverables are produced §  Oracle Database, ASM, and RAC Clustering: tfor interoperability across IBM Storage products §  Solutions include best practices for deploying Oracle RAC, HA / MAA (High Availability / Maximum Availability Architecture) scenarios, and use of IBM storage advanced copy services for backup and recovery §  Results of Oracle Testing: IBM’s Product Interoperability Matrix for ISV Support and ISV Solutions Web page © 2009 IBM Corporation
    • Building a smarter planet Expand Virtualization Benefits to Storage Systems § Storage resource pooling § Fast, efficient thin provisioning § Online data migration § Space-efficient snapshots § I/O Performance solid-state optimization § Management graphical user interface External storage virtualization IBM SVC IBM EMC HP Note: External virtualization is pre-installed, but licensed separately © 2009 IBM Corporation
    • Building a smarter planet Available for the First Time in a Midrange Offering IBM Storwize V7000 External virtualization Innovative GUI Space-efficient copies Solid-State Storage SAN Thin provisioning Hard Disks Storage Incredible Easy Tier Virtualization Ease of Use © 2009 IBM Corporation