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  • With the Statement of Direction 1 to support AIX in a logical partition in the future, the iSeries continues to open further consolidation opportunities for customers who want to deploy UNIX solutions in a single infrastructure server alongside OS/400 and iSeries other application environments. Customers will also benefit from the ongoing Autonomic computing initiative, designed to common, self-managed technologies across IBM eserver products. 1 Statement of Direction : Jan 2003 IBM plans to deliver an integrated management environment with services such as partitioning, hardware virtualization, and workload management for OS/400, AIX, and Linux applications on an IBM eServer. The new management environment will integrate OS/400, middleware, and enhancements from research and development to deliver dramatically enhanced partitioning, optimized asset utilization, and on-demand resource allocation for heterogeneous operating environments.
  • IBM Virtualization Engine(TM) Platform services Enterprise Workload Manger, systems provisioning, Grid Toolbox, Director Multiplatform Platform technologies Hypervisors, Virtual I/O, VLAN
  • The Hardware Management Console for eServer uses its connection to one or more systems (referred to as managed systems) to perform various functions, including the following: Creating and maintaining a multiple-partitioned environment, including command capability to run scripted operations such as performing resource movement between partitions or start up and shutdown of partitions. Up to a maximum of 254 logical partitions, which includes a combination of OS/400, Linux or AIX, will be supported through HMC, Displaying a virtual operating system session for each partition, including granular operator authentication and authorization Displaying virtual operator panel values for each partition, including Remote system and control panel. Detecting, reporting, and storing changes in hardware conditions and acting as a Service Focal Point and Service Agent by gathering and reporting system error events. Powering managed systems on and off Activating Capacity on Demand resources On POWER5-based iSeries servers, HMC also supports 5250 emulator to support OS/400 console operations along with support for vSLIP that provides TCP/IP pipe through Service Processor and Power Hypervisor to OS/400 partitions. No additional network adapters are required on the server for these functions.
  • Background: International customs and trade services group Objectives: Handle application growth with current staff Solve reliability issues with 2 Intel Servers running Linux infrastructure applications Samba, Netfilter, Squid, MySQL, Apache and Tomcat, Sendmail, VPN, DNS/DHCP, PHP Options One iSeries or grow Intel servers from 7 to 16 Solution Implemented iSeries 820 with 9 Red Hat Linux partitions
  • Largest Asian Art Collection in US New 40,000 square-foot facility in San Francisco Civic Center Asia Cafe & Museum Store Wide variety of Asian Art Over 15,000 treasures spanning 6,000 years of history Deployed iSeries Integrated xSeries Solutions to reduce storage costs, downtime and improve backup & recovery time
  • IBM Virtualization Engine(TM) Platform services Enterprise Workload Manger, systems provisioning, Grid Toolbox, Director Multiplatform Platform technologies Hypervisors, Virtual I/O, VLAN
  • Servers: OS/400 V5R3, Windows Servers, Intel Linux Agents those plus POWER Linux, AIX, Novell, ….. Console: Windows or Intel Linux GA in 3Q 2004
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    1. 1. Simplify Your InfrastructureLinux, AIX 5L, and WindowsMobile, ALJuly 20th, 2004
    2. 2. Simplify Your Infrastructure Drive new levels of productivity from integrated server infrastructure Reduce costs through infrastructure simplification Increase asset utilization through virtualization Rapidly deploy and provision new applications © 2004 IBM Corporation IBM Confidential Until AnnouncedPAGE 2
    3. 3. What is New? • IBM Virtualization Engine • AIX 5L – 3rd Generation of Logical Partitioning – Supported Across eServer i5 • Up to 254 Partitions – AIX 5L v5.2 • Uncapped partitions • 1 processor per partition • Hardware Management Console • Direct I/O support – IBM Director Multiplatform – Enterprise Edition • Integrated xSeries Solutions – 1 TB Storage Spaces • Linux on POWER – Enhanced User Integration with EIM – Storage Management via iSeries Navigator • Single Sign-on support – Backup Automation through BRMS • Password management from Windows – New Distribution for eServer i5* – Product Preview • Red Hat Enterprise Linux AS 3 (update) • New Integrated xSeries Server • SUSE LINUX Enterprise Server (next version) • Linux support © 2004 IBM Corporation IBM Confidential Until Announced *Planned availability 3Q 2004 This presentation contains information about IBM’s plans andPAGE 3 directions. Such plans are subject to change without notice.
    4. 4. IBM Virtualization Engine on IBM eServer i5 © 2004 IBM Corporation IBM Confidential Until AnnouncedPAGE 4
    5. 5. eServer i5 LPAR • ~20,000 LPARs in Use Today • Introducing 3rd Generation Partitioning – Automatic Processor Movement through uncapped partitions – Up to 254 Partitions • Benefits – Improves asset utilization – Responds to changes in application resource requirements © 2004 IBM Corporation IBM Confidential Until AnnouncedPAGE 5
    6. 6. i5/OS V5R3 Storage Virtualization • Storage spaces created from OS/400 – 1 MB to 1TB each – Up to 32 per Integrated xSeries Solution – Up to 64 per Linux – Can be dynamically added • Enables other OS’s to Leverage Advanced eServer i5 Storage Architecture – Data automatically spread and protected – More disk arms for better performance – Automatic balancing of storage across drives – Consolidated Backup – Flexible Storage Management – Easy setup of multiple environments © 2004 IBM Corporation IBM Confidential Until AnnouncedPAGE 6
    7. 7. Virtual Ethernet i5/OS LPAR 1 Window LPAR s2 Business Intelligence OS/40 Linux Web Server DB 0 DB Data • Provides 1Gb connections with no LAN adapters/switches i5/OS AIX – Between Partitions and Integrated xSeries Application Solutions DB • Benefits – Extremely secure and reliable server i5/OS Linux communication over high-performance internal Application paths Data – Can reduce network traffic and exposure to "sniffing" Window Window s s Application DB Data © 2004 IBM Corporation IBM Confidential Until AnnouncedPAGE 7
    8. 8. Virtualization Enhancements for POWER5 iSeries eServer i5 Maximum # of partitions 32 254 Partitions per Processor Up to 10 Up to 10 Processor Movement Static Static Dynamic Dynamic Automatic Maximum # of Virtual 16 4094 Ethernets Maximum Virtual Disk 2 TB 64 TB per partition IBM Virtualization Engine Partition Management Primary HMC Systems Technologies Operating Systems i5/OS i5/OS OS/400 Linux Linux AIX 5L © 2004 IBM Corporation IBM Confidential Until AnnouncedPAGE 8
    9. 9. Hardware Management Console (HMC) • Single console for POWER5 servers – Pre-installed Linux-based workstation – Ethernet, desktop or rack mount – Supports multiple servers – Local console for i5/OS (5250), AIX 5L, and Linux • Required on eServer i5 – Create/change partitions – Use Capacity on Demand • Replaces primary partition and improves system resiliency • Dynamic partition creation • Concurrent firmware management (microcode updates) © 2004 IBM Corporation IBM Confidential Until AnnouncedPAGE 9
    10. 10. AIX 5L on eServer i5 • Simplify your Infrastructure – Consolidate aging UNIX servers – Extend with complementary AIX 5L applications • Optimize your Investments – Share processor and memory resource – Move resources to where they are needed – Exploit i5/OS storage subsystem – Leverage Skills and Best Practices • Across eServer i5 servers – AIX 5L v5.2* • 1 processor per partition • Supports variety of direct I/O devices – AIX 5L (future) • Micro-partitioning, up to 10 per processor • Virtual storage and Ethernet – Enterprise Edition • Extra Processor Activated(570) and Service(520 *Planned availability August 27, 2004 This presentation contains information about and 570), and Education (570) Voucher IBM’s plans and directions. Such plans are subject to change without notice. © 2004 IBM Corporation IBM Confidential Until AnnouncedPAGE 10
    11. 11. AIX 5L Performance on eServer i5 • AIX 5L performance on eServer i5 is equivalent to eServer p5 with the same configuration Model # of CPUs GHz AIX 5L 5.3 rPerf IBM pSeries and IBM RS/6000 p5-520 2 1.65 9.86 Performance Report provides p5-570 2 1.65 9.86 rPerf values for other servers http://www-1.ibm.com/servers/eserv er/pseries/hardware/system_perf.ht p5-570 4 1.65 19.66 ml p5-570 8 1.65 37.22 p5-570 12 1.65 53.43 p5-570 16 1.65 68.40 Notes: 1) The rPerf (Relative Performance) is an estimate of commercial processing performance. It is derived from an IBM analytical model which uses characteristics from IBM internal workloads, TPC and SPEC benchmarks. The rPerf model is not intended to represent any specific public benchmark results and should not be reasonably used in that way. The model simulates some of the system operations such as CPU, cache and maximum memory available. However, the model does not simulate disk or network I/O operations. 2) The rPerf results of IBM eServer p5 systems are based on AIX 5L V5.3 which supports simultaneous multi-threading. Simultaneous multi-threading results in a 30% boost in rPerf. For purposes of estimating rPerf for AIX 5L V5.2 on eServer p5 systems divide the published rPerf number by 1.3 and round down to the nearest 1/100th All performance information was determined in a controlled environment. Actual results may vary. Performance © 2004 IBM Corporation IBM Confidential Until Announced information is provided “AS IS” and no warranties or guarantees are expressed or implied by IBM.PAGE 11
    12. 12. eServer i5 and eServer p5 Virtualization Offerings eServer i5 eServer p5 Dynamic LPAR Included Included Micro-Partitioning Included Advanced POWER Virtualization Feature Virtual Storage Included via i5/OS Advanced POWER Virtualization Feature Hosting - Virtual I/O Server Virtual Ethernet Included via i5/OS Advanced POWER Virtualization Feature Hosting - Virtual I/O Server Virtual CD/DVD and Included via i5/OS Not Currently Supported Tape Hosting Advanced POWER Virtualization Pricing (Per CPU) eServer p5 520: License $590, SWMA $90 eServer p5 550: License $590, SWMA $90 eServer p5 570: License $990, SWMA $90 © 2004 IBM Corporation IBM Confidential Until AnnouncedPAGE 12
    13. 13. OS Support for Virtualization on eServer i5 i5/OS AIX 5L AIX 5L Linux Linux 5.3 5.3 5.2 SLES 9 RHEL 3 U3 Micro-Partitioning Yes Yes No Yes Yes Uncapped Partitions Yes Yes No Yes Yes Dynamic LPAR - Processor Yes Yes No Yes No - Memory Yes Yes No No No - I/O Yes Yes No Yes No Virtual I/O Hosting Yes No No No No Virtual I/O Client - Storage No Yes No Yes Yes - Ethernet Yes Yes No Yes Yes - CD/DVD No No No Yes Yes - Tape No No No Yes Yes © 2004 IBM Corporation IBM Confidential Until AnnouncedPAGE 13
    14. 14. AIX 5L on eServer i5 • AIX 5L for POWER ™ V5.3 – 5765-G03 AIX 5L Prices • Micro-partitioning Per Active Processor Running AIX 5L • Virtual Storage and Ethernet – Announce July 13, 2004 License SWMA (Annual)* 5771-SWM • AIX 5L for POWER ™ V5.2 OTC** Standard 24x7 Upgrade – 5765-E62 • Dedicated processors 520 $430 $650 $166 • Dedicated I/O 570 $1,225 $725 $183 – Announce: May 4, 2004 • Supported on eServer i5 520 and 570 *Provides access to remote technical software support – econfig: July 13, 2004 and software upgrade entitlement - 3 year prices for SMWA also available via 5773-SM3 – GA: August 31, 2004 **Plus a $50 Media charge © 2004 IBM Corporation IBM Confidential Until AnnouncedPAGE 14
    15. 15. POWER Linux on eServer i5 • Simplify your Infrastructure – Consolidate aging Intel servers – Extend i5/OS with complementary Linux applications • Optimize your Investments – Share processor and memory resource – Move resources to where they are needed – Exploit i5/OS storage architecture and resources – Leverage Skills and Best Practices • Common Linux distribution for POWER5 servers – Red Hat Enterprise Linux 3 • Next Quarterly Update* – SUSE LINUX Enterprise Server • Next version* • Enterprise Edition *Planned availability 3Q, 2004 This presentation contains information about IBM’s – Extra Processor, Service and Education Vouchers plans and directions. Such plans are subject to change without notice. © 2004 IBM Corporation IBM Confidential Until AnnouncedPAGE 15
    16. 16. Linux Distributions for eServer i5 • Red Hat Enterprise Linux AS for POWER ™ Version 3 – Announce July 13 – econfig* August 3, 2004 Existing Distribution – GA September 30, 2004 Update 3 Required 2.4 Kernel Based Also supports iSeries serves • SUSE LINUX Enterprise Server 9 for POWER ™ – Announce July 13 – econfig* August 3, 2004 New Distribution – GA August 31, 2004 2.6 Kernel Based Also supports iSeries servers * Available in econfig for 270/8xx servers on 8/10 © 2004 IBM Corporation IBM Confidential Until AnnouncedPAGE 16
    17. 17. SUSE LINUX: POWER Prices SUSE LINUX Enterprise From IBM • SUSE LINUX Enterprise Server 9 for Server 9 for POWER Price POWER ™ Annual – 5639-SLP Subscription – Options 1-2 Processors $798 • 1-2 processors for Linux • 1-8 processors for Linux 1-8 Processors $1,488 – Media and 1 year maintenance * Prices also applicable for SUSE LINUX Enterprise Server 8 with 5639-LNX – Support from Novell available • Standard and Premium Options • http://support.novell.com/linux/linux_server_support.html LINUX Enterprise SUSE Novell Server 8 for iSeries and List Price** – CD’s shipped from IBM with iSeries pSeries Annual software (e.g., Boulder, Copenhagen) Subscription – Valid for new server and model upgrade Media, maintenance $1,489 orders for 1-8 CPUs Standard Support from $900 – Novell licenses by server Novell ** http://www.suse.com/us/business/products/server/sles/prices.html on 7/10/04 © 2004 IBM Corporation IBM Confidential Until AnnouncedPAGE 17
    18. 18. AIX 5L Performance on eServer i5 • AIX 5L performance on eServer i5 is equivalent to eServer p5 with the same configuration Model # of CPUs GHz AIX 5L 5.3 rPerf IBM pSeries and IBM RS/6000 p5-520 2 1.65 9.86 Performance Report provides p5-570 2 1.65 9.86 rPerf values for other servers http://www-1.ibm.com/servers/eserv er/pseries/hardware/system_perf.ht p5-570 4 1.65 19.66 ml p5-570 8 1.65 37.22 p5-570 12 1.65 53.43 p5-570 16 1.65 68.40 Notes: 1) The rPerf (Relative Performance) is an estimate of commercial processing performance. It is derived from an IBM analytical model which uses characteristics from IBM internal workloads, TPC and SPEC benchmarks. The rPerf model is not intended to represent any specific public benchmark results and should not be reasonably used in that way. The model simulates some of the system operations such as CPU, cache and maximum memory available. However, the model does not simulate disk or network I/O operations. 2) The rPerf results of IBM eServer p5 systems are based on AIX 5L V5.3 which supports simultaneous multi-threading. Simultaneous multi-threading results in a 30% boost in rPerf. For purposes of estimating rPerf for AIX 5L V5.2 on eServer p5 systems divide the published rPerf number by 1.3 and round down to the nearest 1/100th All performance information was determined in a controlled environment. Actual results may vary. Performance © 2004 IBM Corporation IBM Confidential Until Announced information is provided “AS IS” and no warranties or guarantees are expressed or implied by IBM.PAGE 18
    19. 19. AIX 5L on eServer i5 • AIX 5L for POWER ™ V5.3 – 5765-G03 AIX 5L Prices • Micro-partitioning Per Active Processor Running AIX 5L • Virtual Storage and Ethernet – Announce July 13, 2004 License SWMA (Annual)* 5771-SWM • AIX 5L for POWER ™ V5.2 OTC** Standard 24x7 Upgrade – 5765-E62 • Dedicated processors 520 $430 $650 $166 • Dedicated I/O 570 $1,225 $725 $183 – Announce: May 4, 2004 • Supported on eServer i5 520 and 570 *Provides access to remote technical software support – econfig: July 13, 2004 and software upgrade entitlement - 3 year prices for SMWA also available via 5773-SM3 – GA: August 31, 2004 **Plus a $50 Media charge © 2004 IBM Corporation IBM Confidential Until AnnouncedPAGE 19
    20. 20. Linux Distributions for eServer i5 • Red Hat Enterprise Linux AS for POWER ™ Version 3 – Announce July 13 – econfig* August 3, 2004 Existing Distribution – GA September 30, 2004 Update 3 Required 2.4 Kernel Based Also supports iSeries serves • SUSE LINUX Enterprise Server 9 for POWER ™ – Announce July 13 – econfig* August 3, 2004 New Distribution – GA August 31, 2004 2.6 Kernel Based Also supports iSeries servers * Available in econfig for 270/8xx servers on 8/10 © 2004 IBM Corporation IBM Confidential Until AnnouncedPAGE 20
    21. 21. SUSE LINUX: POWER Prices SUSE LINUX Enterprise From IBM • SUSE LINUX Enterprise Server 9 for Server 9 for POWER Price POWER ™ Annual – 5639-SLP Subscription – Options 1-2 Processors $798 • 1-2 processors for Linux • 1-8 processors for Linux 1-8 Processors $1,488 – Media and 1 year maintenance * Prices also applicable for SUSE LINUX Enterprise Server 8 with 5639-LNX – Support from Novell available • Standard and Premium Options • http://support.novell.com/linux/linux_server_support.html LINUX Enterprise SUSE Novell Server 8 for iSeries and List Price** – CD’s shipped from IBM with iSeries pSeries Annual software (e.g., Boulder, Copenhagen) Subscription – Valid for new server and model upgrade Media, maintenance $1,489 orders for 1-8 CPUs Standard Support from $900 – Novell licenses by server Novell ** http://www.suse.com/us/business/products/server/sles/prices.html on 7/10/04 © 2004 IBM Corporation IBM Confidential Until AnnouncedPAGE 21
    22. 22. Red Hat: POWER Prices Red Hat Enterprise From IBM Linux AS 3 for Annual POWER • Red Hat Enterprise Linux AS for Subscription POWER ™ Version 3 1-2 Processors $295 – 5639-RDH No Support – Options 1-2 Processors $995 • 1-2 processors running Linux With Standard Support • 1-8 processors running Linux 1-8 Processors $595 – Media and 1 year maintenance No Support 1-8 Processors $1,295 – Optional 1 or 3 year Red Hat Standard or With Standard Support Premium Support 1-8 Processors $1,995 With Premium Support – CD’s shipped from IBM with iSeries software (e.g., Boulder, Copenhagen) Red Hat Enterprise Red Hat List Price* Linux AS 3 for iSeries Annual – Valid for new server and model upgrade and pSeries orders Subscription With Standard Support $1,992 – Red Hat licenses by partition With Premium Support $2,988 * http://www.redhat.com/software/rhel/purchase/on 7/10/04 © 2004 IBM Corporation IBM Confidential Until AnnouncedPAGE 22
    23. 23. POWER Linux Virtual Storage © 2004 IBM Corporation IBM Confidential Until AnnouncedPAGE 23
    24. 24. GHY International GHY820 0.50 0 OS/400 640M DOCIMG 0.30 1 Samba/Apache/MySQL/PHP 288M 0.10 "We selected Linux on the iSeries because it 2 SUSETEST Test Partition 192M was such a compelling alternative to the cost 3 LANAPPS Samba/DHCP/sendmail/Intranet 0.50 512M and complexity of managing nine separate FIREWALL 0.30 Intel-based servers.“ 4 Firewall / Squid 288M L2TPVPN 0.10 5 PoPToP VPN 128M IPSECVPN 0.30 Nigel Fortlage, Vice President of IT 6 OpenSWAN VPN 288M 7 INETAPPS Sendmail Gateway/DNS/WWW 0.30 288M RHELAS3 0.10 8 Test Partition 288M © 2004 IBM Corporation IBM Confidential Until AnnouncedPAGE 24
    25. 25. Integrated xSeries Solutions • Simplify your Infrastructure – Consolidate aging Intel servers – Extend i5/OS with complementary Windows applications • Optimize your Investments – Exploit i5/OS Virtual Storage and Virtual Ethernet – Integrate i5/OS and Windows backup – Leverage Resources, Skills and Best Practices • Offerings – Integrated xSeries Server – xSeries attached via Integrated xSeries Adapter • Preview: Linux support* – Deliver support for Intel-based Linux applications *Planned availability 3Q, 2004 This presentation contains information about IBM’s – Provide a path to Linux on POWER plans and directions. Such plans are subject to change without notice. © 2004 IBM Corporation IBM Confidential Until AnnouncedPAGE 25
    26. 26. Asian Art Museum, San Francisco “The superior manageability of this system helps us reduce costs and realize impressive return on investment…Everything—from daily management of the servers to new software installation—has been easy with the iSeries and xSeries environment… -- Jim Horio, IT Director, Asian Art Museum © 2004 IBM Corporation IBM Confidential Until AnnouncedPAGE 26
    27. 27. Integrated xSeries Solutions for eServer i5 • xSeries support via Integrated xSeries Adapter – 1 GBps High-Speed Link – x235 (1-2w), x255 (1-4w), x365 (1-4w), x445 (2-8w) – ibm.com/eserver/iseries/windowsintegration/xseriesmodels • i5/OS V5R3 Enhancements – 1 TB Storage Spaces, 32 TB maximum per server – Flexible options to manage passwords for OS/400 and Windows users – Virtual Ethernet support for Windows to AIX partitions Maximum Maximum # – Concurrent add of IXA to HSL loop on eServer i5* # of IXS of IXA • Product Previews*** 520 18 8 – Linux support* 570 (4w) 36 16 – New Integrated xSeries Server for eServer i5** • Integrated xSeries Server *Planned availability 3Q, 2004 This presentation contains – Current 2.0 GHz IXS is supported within selected iSeries I/ information about IBM’s plans and directions. Such plans are subject to change without notice. O towers attached to the IBM eServer i5 **Planned Availability 2nd Half 2004 © 2004 IBM Corporation IBM Confidential Until AnnouncedPAGE 27
    28. 28. i5/OS V5R3 Storage Space Enhancement • Virtual Storage Space size has increased from 64 GB to 1 TB each • Can simplify Windows disk management by enabling disk volumes over 64 GB without the need to create Volume Sets that span multiple virtual disk drives Windows Server iSeries Disk Storage Spaces C: 2 GB D: 8 GB Example: Customer who needs a E: 32 GB *NWSD large F: drive may now create a single storage Volume Set space vs. creating a volume set with 3 x 64 GB F: 64 GB 64 GB drives 192 GB 64 GB © 2004 IBM Corporation IBM Confidential Until AnnouncedPAGE 28
    29. 29. Enhanced EIM User Integration with Windows Server OS/400 & Integrated xSeries Solutions support: • Automated enrollment of OS/400 users to Windows • User Password updates to Windows from OS4/00 i5/OS V5R3, Integrated xSeries Solutions & Enterprise Identity Mapping (EIM) now support: • Single sign-on • Automated EIM user configuration • Windows user profiles can be different from i5/OS user profiles • A single password for both i5/OS & Windows, managed from Windows © 2004 IBM Corporation IBM Confidential Until AnnouncedPAGE 29
    30. 30. New POWER5 Flexibility – “Hot Add” xSeries / IXA • xSeries with Integrated xSeries Adapters may be added concurrently to an eServer i5 HSL loop without an IPL • Planned Availability 3Q 2004* xSeries & IXA *Planned availability 3Q 2004 This presentation contains information about IBM’s plans and directions. Such plans are subject to change without notice. © 2004 IBM Corporation IBM Confidential Until AnnouncedPAGE 30
    31. 31. Preview: Linux on Integrated xSeries Solutions • IBM intends to provide support for Linux on selected Integrated xSeries Servers and xSeries attached via Integrated xSeries Adapters – Planned Availability : 3Q 2004* • Optimize your Investments – Exploit i5/OS Virtual Storage – Integrate i5/OS and Windows backup – Leverage Resources, Skills and Best Practices • Deliver support for Intel-based Linux applications • Provide a path to Linux on POWER © 2004 IBM Corporation IBM Confidential Until AnnouncedPAGE 31 *Planned availability 3Q, 2004 This presentation contains information about IBM’s plans and directions. Such plans are subject to change without notice.
    32. 32. Preview: Integrated xSeries Server for eServer i5 • IBM intends to provide a new Integrated xSeries Server, based on Intel Pentium M processor technology, for installation in the system unit of eServer i5 – Planned Availabiity : 2nd Half 2004* • The current Integrated xSeries Server based upon 2.0 GHz Intel Xeon processors is supported within selected iSeries I/O towers attached to the IBM eServer i5 © 2004 IBM Corporation IBM Confidential Until AnnouncedPAGE 32 *Planned availability 2H, 2004 This presentation contains information about IBM’s plans and directions. Such plans are subject to change without notice.
    33. 33. Integrated xSeries Server Support on eServer i5 Towers • Integrated xSeries Server support is provided in selected I/O Towers attached to eServer i5 systems 5095/0595 PCI-X 5088/0588 PCI-X • New Integrated xSeries Server planned for system unit (CEC) and I/O Towers of of eServer i5* – Product Preview May 2004 5074 PCI 5094 PCI-X *Planned availability 2H, 2004 This presentation contains information about IBM’s plans and directions. Such plans are subject to change without notice. © 2004 IBM Corporation IBM Confidential Until AnnouncedPAGE 33
    34. 34. iSeries Navigator • Centralized Server and Virtual Storage Management for Windows, Linux, and AIX 5L – New Support for POWER Linux • Start up, Shut down POWER Linux partitions • Create and manage virtual storage spaces • Requires iSeries Navigator V5R3, Supports OS/400 V5R2 and i5/OS V5R3 – Support planned for AIX 5L © 2004 IBM Corporation IBM Confidential Until AnnouncedPAGE 34
    35. 35. Backup Recovery Media Services (BRMS) • Centralized Backup Automation – Policies for i5/OS, Domino, Integrated xSeries Servers extended to Linux partitions with virtual storage • Support planned for AIX 5L • Simple Backup Policy Creation – Before: Shut down Hosted Partitions – During: What, When, Where – After: Start Hosted Partitions • BRMS V5R3 available in June • Included in eServer i5 Enterprise Edition © 2004 IBM Corporation IBM Confidential Until AnnouncedPAGE 35
    36. 36. What is New? • IBM Virtualization Engine • AIX 5L – 3rd Generation of Logical Partitioning – Supported Across eServer i5 • Up to 254 Partitions – AIX 5L v5.2 • Uncapped partitions • 1 processor per partition • Hardware Management Console • Direct I/O support – IBM Director Multiplatform – Enterprise Edition • Integrated xSeries Solutions – 1 TB Storage Spaces • Linux on POWER – Enhanced User Integration with EIM – Storage Management via iSeries Navigator • Single Sign-on support – Backup Automation through BRMS • Password management from Windows – New Distribution for eServer i5* – Product Preview • Red Hat Enterprise Linux AS 3 (update) • New Integrated xSeries Server • SUSE LINUX Enterprise Server (next version) • Linux support © 2004 IBM Corporation IBM Confidential Until Announced *Planned availability 3Q 2004 This presentation contains information about IBM’s plans andPAGE 36 directions. Such plans are subject to change without notice.
    37. 37. Simplify Your Infrastructure • Reduce costs by increasing asset utilization • Redeploy talent to manage your business, not your infrastructure • Rapidly provision new servers “"We have taken major steps to simplify our infrastructure by leveraging virtualization technologies with POWER Linux and Integrated xSeries Solutions on the iSeries. Prior to our server consolidation we spent 95% of our time just keeping our systems and network running. Now we spend 5%.” Nigel Fortlage, VP of Information Technology, GHY International © 2004 IBM Corporation IBM Confidential Until AnnouncedPAGE 37
    38. 38. Trademarks and Disclaimers 8 IBM Corporation 1994-2004. All rights reserved. References in this document to IBM products or services do not imply that IBM intends to make them available in every country. The following terms are trademarks of International Business Machines Corporation in the United States, other countries, or both: AS/400 e-business on demand OS/400 AS/400e IBM eServer IBM (logo) iSeries Rational is a trademark of International Business Machines Corporation and Rational Software Corporation in the United States, other countries, or both. Java and all Java-based trademarks are trademarks of Sun Microsystems, Inc. in the United States, other countries, or both. Microsoft, Windows, Windows NT, and the Windows logo are trademarks of Microsoft Corporation in the United States, other countries, or both. Intel, Intel Inside (logos), MMX and Pentium are trademarks of Intel Corporation in the United States, other countries, or both. UNIX is a registered trademark of The Open Group in the United States and other countries. SET and the SET Logo are trademarks owned by SET Secure Electronic Transaction LLC. Other company, product or service names may be trademarks or service marks of others. Information is provided "AS IS" without warranty of any kind. All customer examples described are presented as illustrations of how those customers have used IBM products and the results they may have achieved. Actual environmental costs and performance characteristics may vary by customer. Information concerning non-IBM products was obtained from a supplier of these products, published announcement material, or other publicly available sources and does not constitute an endorsement of such products by IBM. Sources for non-IBM list prices and performance numbers are taken from publicly available information, including vendor announcements and vendor worldwide homepages. IBM has not tested these products and cannot confirm the accuracy of performance, capability, or any other claims related to non-IBM products. Questions on the capability of non-IBM products should be addressed to the supplier of those products. All statements regarding IBM future direction and intent are subject to change or withdrawal without notice, and represent goals and objectives only. Contact your local IBM office or IBM authorized reseller for the full text of the specific Statement of Direction. Some information addresses anticipated future capabilities. Such information is not intended as a definitive statement of a commitment to specific levels of performance, function or delivery schedules with respect to any future products. Such commitments are only made in IBM product announcements. The information is presented here to communicate IBMs current investment and development activities as a good faith effort to help with our customers future planning. Performance is based on measurements and projections using standard IBM benchmarks in a controlled environment. The actual throughput or performance that any user will experience will vary depending upon considerations such as the amount of multiprogramming in the users job stream, the I/O configuration, the storage configuration, and the workload processed. Therefore, no assurance can be given that an individual user will achieve throughput or performance improvements equivalent to the ratios stated here. Photographs shown are of engineering prototypes. Changes may be incorporated in production models. © 2004 IBM Corporation IBM Confidential Until AnnouncedPAGE 38
    39. 39. HMC: Dynamic Processor Movement © 2004 IBM Corporation IBM Confidential Until AnnouncedPAGE 39
    40. 40. IBM Director Multiplatform* • Provides Centralized Management Across Heterogeneous Servers – Collect inventory – Establish Monitors – Set Alerts – Take automatic actions • Expanded to support additional operating systems – Server: i5/OS V5R3, Windows, Intel Linux – Agents: Servers + POWER Linux, AIX 5L, …. • Integrated with PM iSeries for collecting and reporting multi-OS CPU utilization and capacity planning • Complements iSeries Navigator • IBM Virtualization Engine Systems Service * Product Preview: Planned Availability 2H 2004 © 2004 IBM Corporation IBM Confidential Until AnnouncedPAGE 40 *Planned availability 2H, 2004 This presentation contains information about IBM’s plans and directions. Such plans are subject to change without notice.
    41. 41. Memory Experts International “We found the iSeries to be a proven architecture that delivered both a technical leap over the competition and a more compelling financial case in our cost of ownership calculations.” John McGuinness, VP of Finance Memory Experts International © 2004 IBM Corporation IBM Confidential Until AnnouncedPAGE 41

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