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  • 1. 2011 IBM System zSummit New Workload… and New Strategic Thinking for System z Marie Wieck General Manager, IBM Application and Integration Middleware March 23, 2011
  • 2. Today’s world is presenting new challenges for the IT infrastructure, requiring Smarter Computing 1 trillion things connected to the net want to improve the way they use data 78% of CIOs higher ROI for agile businesses that actively converge business and IT 45% Today’s online business cycles are 3-7X shorter 445% growth in Internet usage in past decade expect high or very high levels of complexity over the next 5 years 79% 85% require more visibility into their businesses of budgets spent on maintenance 70% of CEOs report that integration challenges impede collaborative relationships 68%
  • 3. To meet these challenges companies must extract maximum business value from existing assets Web Services Business Process Management Rules  Enterprise Service Bus Events
  • 4. CIOs have identified their most important initiatives to further reduce complexity IBM CIO Study 2009: http://www-935.ibm.com/services/us/cio/ciostudy/ Business Intelligence and Analytics Virtualization Risk Management and Compliance BPM 86% 77% 73% 64%
  • 5. The new workloads on System z match the top CIO priorities, accelerated by the capabilities of zEnterprise Transaction Processing Virtualization Risk Management Business Intelligence and Analytics BPM Cloud computing Strategic workload Why zEnterprise? Qualities of Service Capacity Efficiency Flexibility Leverage existing System z assets 2003 2010
  • 6. Scalable, dependable transaction processing supports hundreds of millions of end users High volume reliable processing with sub-second response time Maintains the integrity of the transaction against all types of failures. Intelligent, automated error processing Today’s challenges Thousands of simultaneous users Infrastructure overload Data inconsistency Why zEnterprise SOLUTIONS "Visa relies on System z for global transactions processing--and confirmed the ability to handle the 2010 Christmas peak of almost 11,000 transactions a second.". WebSphere Application Server IBM Transaction Processing Facility CICS Transaction Server IMS Transaction Processing
  • 7. Virtualization on System z offers superior scalability and manageability z/OS offers multiple levels of virtualization on a single machine Linux on System z virtualization even stronger in hybrid computing environment Cost-effective to run Java and Linux-based applications on the same platform Today’s challenges Unable to share resources efficiently Simple workloads on single platforms can cause virtual server image proliferation Initiatives for hybrid applications are daunting Why zEnterprise The z IFLs in the ELS deliver up to 40 percent more capacity at a 50 percent lower price – a price-performance improvement of up to 65 percent. Virtualization z/OS Linux on System z Integrated Service Management WebSphere Application Server WebSphere Virtual Enterprise SOLUTIONS
  • 8. zEnterprise helps to address the risks introduced into the complex environment Unmatched security inherent in the System z Qualities of Service extended to other platforms Reduced points of failure through private network Data integrity preserved and available for compliance Today’s challenges Massive data movement causes network bottlenecks Complexity increases security exposures and downtime. Why zEnterprise? The University of North Carolina Health Care System found that the ability to quickly analyze data improves regulatory compliance Risk Management WebSphere DataPower Integration Appliance XI50 for zEnterprise SOLUTIONS IBM Security zSecure Suite
  • 9. Turn information into insight for real-time decisions across the enterprise Robust and highly available solution Data already resides on System z Faster output Less storage required with compression Automated processes and tasks Today’s challenges Can’t integrate analytics with operational data Lack of infrastructure for real-time response Rising management and security costs Why zEnterprise “ Direct access to operational data as it happens, as the data is created, is really becoming vital. System z is a dream platform to deliver that “ Business Intelligence and Analytics IBM Smart Analytics System 9600 Smart Analytics Cloud for System z IBM Smart Analytics Optimizer WebSphere Decision Server DB2 IMS SOLUTIONS
  • 10. Business Process Management on System z enables agile processes for change Allows multi-tier application integration Automatically prioritizes and routes work Monitors for critical business events and initiates actions Unmatched scalability and 85%-100% utilization Today’s challenges Inflexible systems inhibit responsiveness Difficult to use existing business logic for new services Siloed resources prevent sharing Why zEnterprise? Citi turned to IBM to implement a new IT solution to automate and integrate data driven processes BPM WebSphere Decision Server WebSphere Application Server Rational Developer for System z SOLUTIONS WebSphere Business Process Management for zEnterprise
  • 11. Forward thinking companies are making strategic investments in zEnterprise to propel business growth
    • Qualities of Service
      • Ability to extend the z/OS legendary qualities of service to the entire enterprise
    • Capacity
      • Accommodates 50 billion instructions per second
    • Efficiency
      • End-to-end management of the hybrid computing environment
    • Flexibility
      • Freedom to deploy applications based on business objectives instead of platform
  • 12. IBM System z Analyst Summit The Value of Consolidating Critical Workloads on IBM zEnterprise 196 at SDV Bernd Bohne Manager, Central Systems [email_address] Sparda-Datenverarbeitung e.G. Freiligrathstr. 32 90482 Nürnberg Germany
  • 13. The company
    • Founded in 1983
    • Independent cooperative association
    • Bank data center in Nuremberg
    • Two redundant data center locations
    • 340 employees
    • Provides IT services to 10,000 users
    • 500 servers
  • 14. SDV faces several challenging business requirements from the Sparda banks that impact IT service
    • Changing consumer and customer expectations toward more consultancy and customer care. New applications need to support those requirements.
    • 24-by-7 access to a majority of services and products of the Sparda banks via the Internet is crucial.
    • New banking products need to be created and changed regularly within the IT applications.
    • Strong growth in users of Internet and Intranet applications at the Sparda banks.
  • 15. IBM System z196 and software help SDV address these business challenges
    • Quality of Service
      • New applications are built on a rock-solid mainframe z/OS core banking system. That keeps risk low and allows for fast implementation of new applications.
      • Linux for System z has become one of the most flexible and agile application environments at SDV.
    • Efficiency
      • WebSphere on z/OS in comparison to x86 was clearly more efficient.
      • WebSphere Portal on z/OS has shown an excellent growth path. We can grow this environment extensively and keep costs and administration efforts low.
    • Capacity
      • System z196 has shown a tremendous increase in CPU power for all workloads.
      • Increased network capacity allows us to place bandwidth-heavy Java z/OS and Linux applications on z196.
      • Powerful disaster recovery functions such as capacity backup in System z196 help us meet our availability targets easily.
      • IFL – I/O-bandwidth seems to be endless, and clock-speed is appealing.
  • 16. SDV‘s latest workloads on System z
    • Workload example 1:
      • All self-service terminals, Automatic Teller Machines and statement-of-account printers are connected to the core banking application.
    • Workload example 2:
      • Sparda NetBanking is the Internet Home Banking application of the Sparda banks.
  • 17. Example 1: Self-service terminals zLinux App.-Server ecms-server App.-Server ecms-webadmin Scheduler Load Balancer ATM Web-Admin HTTPS HTTPS HTTPS IExplorer SES-Client HTTPS Configuration Connection CoreBanking Database
  • 18. Example 2: Sparda Netbanking on WebSphere z/OS
    • CPU and storage are shared among the sysplex.
    • Fast access to CICS core banking system via CTG on Linux for System z.
    • Only four different Portal servers to administer – even if workload grows.
    • Sparda Netbanking automatically benefits from the SDV BC strategy.
    3 ICF
  • 19. Hardware overview – IBM zEnterprise at SDV Production + Test at two Sites (MF) DR-Configuation (MF) – Capacity Backup Datacenter 1 Datacenter 2 8 CP 15 zAAP 6 IFL 8 CP 15 zAAP 6 IFL 16 CP 30 zAAP 12 IFL (3 ICF) Total: 61 (from 80) 3 ICF 3 ICF IBM z196 2817-M80
  • 20. Next steps Security Hub Mainframe: LDAP CICSplex Rollout zEnterprise Security Hub: LDAP IC DC to DC MF 10 GbE Java-Batch: SEPA XML z/VM: Live guest relocation Migration: Intranet x86-Linux to z196-z/OS zBX Hybrid New DC - Next MF: Liquid cooling
  • 21. Today's afternoon sessions will provide insight into zEnterprise leadership, enabling a Smarter Planet Enterprise Modernization Kristof Kloeckner Industry Solutions for System z Jim Corgel/Jacqueline Woods Integrated Service Management Danny Sabbah Business Analytics and Data Warehousing Arvind Krishna Total Cost of Ownership John Shedletsky Cloud Computing and System z Robert LeBlanc Breakout sessions Main Tent
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