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  • 1.
    • The following are trademarks of the International Business Machines Corporation in the United States and/or other countries. For a complete list of IBM Trademarks, see www.ibm.com/legal/copytrade.shtml: i5/OS, i5/OS logo, AIX, AIX 5L, BladeCenter,Blue Gene, DB2, e-business logo, eServer, IBM, IBM Logo, Infoprint,IntelliStation, iSeries, pSeries, OpenPower, POWER5, POWER5+, Power Architecture, TotalStorage, Websphere, xSeries, z/OS, zSeries
    • The following are trademarks or registered trademarks of other companies:
    • Java and all Java based trademarks and logos are trademarks of Sun Microsystems, Inc., in the United States and other countries or both
    • Microsoft, Windows,Windows NT and the Windows logo are registered trademarks of Microsoft Corporation in the United States, other countries, or both.
    • Intel, Intel logo, Intel Inside, Intel Inside logo, Intel Centrino, Intel Centrino logo, Celeron, Intel Xeon, Intel SpeedStep, Itanium, and Pentium are trademarks or registered trademarks
    • of Intel Corporation or its subsidiaries in the United States and other countries.
    • UNIX is a registered trademark of The Open Group in the United States and other countries or both.
    • Linux is a trademark of Linus Torvalds in the United States, other countries, or both.
    • Other company, product, or service names may be trademarks or service marks of others.
    • NOTES:
    • Any performance data contained in this document was determined in a controlled environment. Actual results may vary significantly and are dependent on many factors including system hardware configuration and software design and configuration. Some measurements quoted in this document may have been made on development-level systems. There is no guarantee these measurements will be the same on generally-available systems. Users of this document should verify the applicable data for their specific environment.
    • IBM hardware products are manufactured from new parts, or new and serviceable used parts. Regardless, our warranty terms apply.
    • Information is provided “AS IS” without warranty of any kind.
    • All customer examples cited or described in this presentation are presented as illustrations of the manner in which some customers have used IBM products and the results they may have achieved. Actual environmental costs and performance characteristics will vary depending on individual customer configurations and conditions.
    • This publication was produced in the United States. IBM may not offer the products, services or features discussed in this document in other countries, and the information may be subject to change without notice. Consult your local IBM business contact for information on the product or services available in your area.
    • All statements regarding IBM's future direction and intent are subject to change or withdrawal without notice, and represent goals and objectives only.
    • Information about non-IBM products is obtained from the manufacturers of those products or their published announcements. IBM has not tested those products and cannot confirm the performance, compatibility, or any other claims related to non-IBM products. Questions on the capabilities of non-IBM products should be addressed to the suppliers of those products.
    • Prices are suggested US list prices and are subject to change without notice. Starting price may not include a hard drive, operating system or other features. Contact your IBM representative or Business Partner for the most current pricing in your geography.
    • Any proposed use of claims in this presentation outside of the United States must be reviewed by local IBM country counsel prior to such use.
    • The information could include technical inaccuracies or typographical errors. Changes are periodically made to the information herein; these changes will be incorporated in new editions of the publication. IBM may make improvements and/or changes in the product(s) and/or the program(s) described in this publication at any time without notice.
    • Any references in this information to non-IBM Web sites are provided for convenience only and do not in any manner serve as an endorsement of those Web sites. The
    • materials at those Web sites are not part of the materials for this IBM product and use of those Web sites is at your own risk.
    • IBM may have patents or pending patent applications covering subject matter in this document. The furnishing of this document does not give you any license to these patents. Send license inquires, in writing, to IBM Director of Licensing, IBM Corporation, New Castle Drive, Armonk, NY 10504-1785 USA.
    Trademarks
  • 2. Simplify Your IT with IBM System i5 and i5/OS ® V5R4
  • 3. What’s on the Minds of 450 of the World’s Leading CEOs
    • Revenue growth is back
      • cost containment distant 2nd
    • Key competency: responsiveness
      • Efficient Organizations are not enough
    • Critical success factor: enable effectiveness of people and processes
    Source: CEO Study of 456 WW CEOs IBM Corporation - 2004 Source: Operating Environment Market Drivers Study, IBM Corp. 2004 CEO needs
    • Aligning IT and business goals to grow revenue and contain costs
    • Building responsiveness and agility into the organization through IT
    • How can IT help enable people and teams to be more effective
    CIO challenges
  • 4. System i5 & i5/OS – Integrated by Design System i5 64-bit POWER5
    • System Licensed Internal Code (SLIC)
      • Process control
      • Resource management
      • Integrated SQL-compliant database
      • Security enforcement
      • Network communications
      • File systems
      • Storage management
      • Java Virtual Machine (JVM)
      • Other primitives
    Hardware & Microcode Operating System Technology Independent Machine Interface Traditional Systems System i5
    • Higher-level functions exposed to users and applications based on SLIC services
    • Graphical user interface
    • Vast range of high-level language functions (C, C++, RPG, COBOL)
    i5/OS Security Relational Database Communications Java Online Transaction Processing Systems Management Backup & Recovery Directory
  • 5. IDC
    • IDC found a three-year ROI of 258% using averages of results found across all 12 iSeries sites.
    • The iSeries systems implementations resulted in total three-year savings of $147,194, per 100 users. Average annual savings are $51,626.
    • The actual hard cost savings over three years were $86,719 per 100 users, including cost avoidance for additional server platforms that would otherwise have been needed to run all of the applications. The average per year was $30,415.
    • Hard cost savings were generated almost immediately, providing quick feedback on the positive impact of iSeries system on bottom-line cost reduction. Indirect cost savings such as productivity increases flowed afterward.
    • The investment in the iSeries system began to pay off quickly, with a payback period of just over 5 months.
    • Downtime — the amount of time that systems are unavailable to users — is very costly in terms of lost productivity and lost business. iSeries and xSeries systems significantly improved availability of applications to end-users, reducing downtime by over 99% annually.
    • By simplifying the infrastructure with the iSeries system, IT productivity improved in all areas including 68% in Operations and 52% in system support.
  • 6. IDC
    • Infrastructure Simplification and the ROI of Consolidating Windows, Linux and AIX 5L Applications on iSeries Systems ; IDC (September 2005)
  • 7. IDC ROI Server Consolidation
    • Infrastructure Simplification and the ROI of Consolidating Windows, Linux and AIX 5L Applications on iSeries Systems ; IDC (September 2005)
  • 8. IBM System i5 and i5/OS V5R4
    • Promote Solutions Innovation
      • Add new collaborative/infrastructure solutions or enhance your business processing applications on the 520 with the Accelerator for System i5 or Capacity on Demand
    • Simplify Your IT
      • Maximize the flexibility to deploy the applications your business needs
      • Drive down your infrastructure server costs with BladeCenter and System i5
      • Deploy software upgrades on your schedule with new systems that run V5R3 or V5R4
    • Announcement 1/31/2006
    • Availability 2/14/2006
  • 9. IBM System i5 Leading POWER5 Performance Expanded I/O Leading POWER5+ Performance Simpler Structure & Licensing POWER5+ Performance New High Availability Edition Accelerator CoD Key Changes V5R3 & V5R4 V5R3 & V5R4 V5R3 & V5R4 V5R3 & V5R4 i5/OS Release 1/4-way 1.9 POWER5+ 14,000 550 1, 1/2-way 1.9 POWER5+ 7,100 520 8/64-way 1.9 POWER5 184,000 2/16-way 2.2 POWER5+ 58,500 Processor and Max CPW 595 570
  • 10. IBM System i5 520 – Value and Express
    • Ideal for small companies expanding systems running core business applications to add Web-enabled or groupware solutions
    • Boost capacity for new applications with IBM Accelerator for System i5
    • Select from the fully configurable Value Edition or 7 pre-defined Express configurations
    • Rack* or tower
    • Optional I/O processors
    • Optional HSL
    • Up to 32 GB memory
    • Up to 19 TB disk
    • Up to 10 LPARs
    • i5/OS V5R3 & V5R4
    * Express tower configurations may be converted to a rack 1200/ 60 P10 600/ 30 P5 For Business Processing Applications 1-way POWER5+ 1.9 GHz with L3 Cache 3800/ 60 P10 1-way POWER5+ 1.9 GHz 3100/ 30 P5 Web-enabled, Java & Collaborative and Business Processing Applications Accelerator
  • 11. IBM System i5 520 – Standard Edition
    • Provides mid-sized companies a system to run multiple e-business solutions
    • Run Java ™ & WebSphere ® programs alongside groupware applications such as IBM Workplace ™ and Lotus Domino ™
    • Delivers rapid expansion with Capacity on Demand
    • Rack or tower
    • Optional I/O processors & HSL
    • Up to 32 GB DDR2 memory
    • Up to 19 TB disk
    • Up to 20 LPARs
    • i5/OS V5R3 & V5R4
    1/2-way POWER5+ 1.9 GHz with L3 Cache 3800/7100 CPW P20 1-way POWER5+ 1.9 GHz with L3 Cache 3800 CPW P10 For e-business and Java Applications
  • 12. Introducing i5/OS V5R4
  • 13. Promote Solutions Innovation
    • Help companies exploit new business opportunities with proven, industry-specific solutions
    • Integrate people, data and processes from multiple sources across a company’s value chain
    • Provide better access to information to help increase productivity of employees and improve responsiveness to customers
    • Enable ISVs to integrate with IBM middleware and a broad range of popular open tools
  • 14.
    • 596 enhanced applications with over 400 in the pipeline
    • 497 new solutions through 266 ISVs
    • 114 tools vendors with over 200 applications
    • 31 ISVs on System i5 Advisory Board
    www.ibm.com/servers/eserver/iseries/innovation
  • 15. New 32 bit JVM Improves Development Options
    • A new 32-bit i5/OS JVM V1.5 is expected to reduce the memory footprint for Java applications, which is especially valuable on smaller systems
      • Note: JVM 1.5 will be supported with WebSphere Application Server 6.1*
    • Implements a standard IBM JVM with consistent tooling and tuning options
    • Simple to implement without code changes for the majority of applications
    • The classic 64-bit JVM will continue to offer best scalability and performance for large enterprises with i5/OS V5R4
    * This presentation contains information about IBM’s plans and directions. Such plans are subject to change without notice.
  • 16. WebFacing Deployment Tool for WDS with HATS Technology
    • WebFacing Deployment Tool
      • Out-of-the-Box integration of WebFaced and non-webfaced application and system screens
      • Delivers an integrated runtime -- that exploits the capabilities of both HATS and WebFacing
      • WebFacing Tool now uses the capabilities of HATS for on-the-fly Web-enabling of system screens and 5250 applications
      • Helps promote rapid, cost-effective conversion and customization of ISV applications
      • No 5250 OLTP required for HATS datastream conversion on i5/OS V5R4
    • IBM WebSphere Development Studio
      • WDSC Lite* to develop i5/OS applications
      • Free-format SQL in RPG applications
      • Wizard enhanced to create SOA Web service from RPG application in a single step
    For more information, see http://www-306.ibm.com/software/awdtools/wds400/ * Technology Preview This presentation contains information about IBM’s plans and directions. Such plans are subject to change without notice.
  • 17. Integrating SOA* Web Services and RPG
    • Deploy an RPG application as Web Service provider
      • Make your core applications available to others as a Web service
      • Uses SOAP engine in WebSphere Application Server and a Java wrapper to the RPG application
      • With V5R4, a new wizard in WDSC generates a Web service from RPG source in a single step
    • Enable an RPG application as a requester to a Web Service
      • Link your core applications to Web applications and services provided by others
      • With V5R4 XML Toolkit now provides open APIs based on Apache AXIS to connect RPG out to a Web service
    • * Service Oriented Architecture
  • 18. So simply put, what is it? Service Orientation? SOA? … a service? A repeatable business task – e.g., check customer credit; open new account … service orientation? A way of integrating your business as linked services and the outcomes that they bring … service oriented architecture (SOA)? An IT architectural style that supports service orientation … a composite application? A set of related & integrated services that support a business process built on an SOA
  • 19. iSeries Access for Web
    • Provides a quick and easy way to get started with the Web
    • Deploy simple-to-run servlets or use the more advanced portlet option
    • V5R4 servlet enhancements:
      • New, simple to customize home page
      • Single sign-on
      • 5250 emulation now includes bypass sign-on and hotspots for URLs
      • Import and run your existing IBM Query for iSeries and DB2 Query Manager requests from a browser
      • OpenOffice spreadsheet format (.ods) added to SQL uploads/downloads
  • 20. CL Enhancements
    • CL enhancements in V5R3 made CL a stronger application development language
    • CL is further enhanced in V5R4
      • Support for simple subroutines
      • New pointer data type and based CL variables
      • Support for structures using defined variables
    • CL can now take advantage of the wide range of APIs shipped in i5/OS programs & service programs
    PGM : CALLSUBR REALSUBR /* 1st call to the subroutine */ : CALLSUBR REALSUBR /* 2nd call to the subroutine */ : SUBR REALSUBR /* Body of subroutine REALSUBR */ : RTNSUBR : ENDSUBR ENDPGM
  • 21. Simplify Your IT
    • Simplify infrastructure through integrated, easy-to-manage systems that deliver outstanding ROI
    • Adapt without disruption to help growing businesses optimize their IT infrastructure investment
    • Provide unrivaled flexibility to choose solutions that match business requirements
    • Optimize resource utilization to help reduce operations costs
  • 22. Integrate xSeries, BladeCenter via iSCSI (Product Preview)
    • New iSCSI Host Bus Adapter (HBA) for System i5 connects selected xSeries systems & BladeCenter products via standard Ethernet cables/switches
    • Requires an iSCSI HBA in each xSeries or blade server and supports Windows Server 2003
    • Exploit i5/OS virtual storage to manage Windows storage
    • Streamline communication between Windows & i5/OS applications with virtual Ethernet
    • Integrate operations and backup
    This presentation contains information about IBM’s plans and directions. Such plans are subject to change without notice.
  • 23. New DBA Tools Help Simplify Database Management
    • Broad enhancements to database tools help simplify database administration*
    • Resource governor helps control resource intensive queries
    • New real time index advisor and tools to manage index rebuilds
    • Enhanced tools to monitor and analyze SQL Performance
    • New health center advises on use of database
            • using Database OnDemand Performance Center thru iSeries Navigator
  • 24. SNA Applications over IP Networks with Enterprise Extender
    • Enables businesses to run existing SNA applications over an IP network without the expense of a parallel network infrastructure
    • Supports existing applications over new generations of routers and network equipment that do not support SNA
    • Improves performance significantly versus AnyNet
    • Supports a broad range of SNA protocols & applications
  • 25. Promote Business Resilience & Compliance
    • Make outages of any kind, planned or unplanned transparent to business operations
    • Safeguard data by keeping hackers and viruses out
    • Promote the highest levels of security, auditing and compliance management
    • Deliver proven technology, backed by world-class service and support
  • 26. i5/OS V5R4 Security & Compliance
    • System integrity
      • Help protect company data with i5/OS hardware storage protection
    • Access control
      • Help companies secure systems with additional auditing features
        • Record special authority violations and prevent display of user audit attributes
    • Network security
      • Help prevent network attacks with TCP/IP intrusion detection
        • Configure and create audit journal entries for events such as port scans
      • Extend support for VPNs with server side Network Address Translation (NAT) traversal
  • 27. Backup Options Help Enable Continuous Operations
    • Improved backup flexibility with virtual tape support
      • Multiple libraries or entire system can be saved
      • Integrated with BRMS
      • Duplicate volumes to media or send via FTP
    • Save/restore of spool files assists companies with record retention
    • New non-dedicated option to save key system object changes between full saves
    • Parallel save/restore for IFS files
  • 28. i5/OS V5R4 Clustering Solutions
    • i5/OS base cluster services enhanced with administrative domain support
      • Enables synchronization of environmental objects such as user profiles and system values or attributes across nodes
    • i5/OS will now have the option automatically to journal non-DB objects in addition to new database files
    • New journaling option helps auditors view data in journal entries minimized to improve performance
    • Cross site mirroring provides source side tracking of changes, improving resynchronization.
  • 29. Find Out More About i5/OS V5R4
    • COMMON
      • Spring 2006 Conference & Expo
      • Minneapolis
      • March 26-30, 2006
      • For more information http://www.common.org/conferences/2006/spring/
    • iSeries Technical Conference
      • Spring 2006 Conference & Expo
      • Orlando
      • May 8-12, 2006
      • For more information http://www-304.ibm.com/jct03001c/services/learning/ites.wss?pageType=page&c=a0000709
  • 30. Evolution of the Species AS/400 Scaleable High Performance Computing 1988 S/32 Compact Cardless Computing 1975 S/3 96 Col Card 1969 S/34 Inexpensive Interactive Computing 1977 S/38 Advanced Architecture 1980 S/36 Distributed Computing 1983 iSeries Server Consolidation New Workloads 2000
  • 31. Evolution of the Species – Alternate View IT as an expense IT as a weapon IT as an investment AS/400 Scaleable High Performance Computing 1988 S/32 Compact Cardless Computing 1975 S/3 96 Col Card 1969 S/34 Inexpensive Interactive Computing 1977 S/38 Advanced Architecture 1980 S/36 Distributed Computing 1982 iSeries Server Consolidation New Workloads 2000 Card to Cardless Batch to Interactive Cable to Networked Private to Public Convenience Productivity Innovation The Internet is NOT the last great thought
  • 32. IBM System i5 and i5/OS V5R4
    • Promote Solutions Innovation
    • Simplify Your IT
      • System i5 & i5/OS V5R4 were announced on 1/31/2000 and are available 2/14/2006
  • 33. More Information on System i5
  • 34. IBM System i5 520 – Enterprise Edition
    • Delivers growth and upgrade options for mid-sized companies running core business applications
    • Delivers rapid expansion with Capacity on Demand
    • Provides base for High Availability Edition & selected Solution Editions
    • Rack or tower
    • Optional I/O processors
    • Optional HSL
    • Up to 32 GB DDR2 memory
    • Up to 19 TB disk
    • Up to 20 LPARs
    • i5/OS V5R3 & V5R4
    3800/7100 CPW with full 5250 1/2-way POWER5+ 1.9 GHz with L3 Cache P20 2800 CPW with full 5250 P10 1200 CPW with full 5250 P10 For e-business and Java Applications For Core Business Applications
  • 35. IBM System i5 550
    • Up to 64 GB DDR2 memory
    • Up to 39 TB disk
    • Up to 40 LPARs
    • i5/OS V5R3 & V5R4
    • Provides mid-sized companies a flexible consolidation platform for multiple applications and operating environments
    • 1/4-way with Capacity on Demand
    • Available in Standard, Enterprise, Domino/Workplace, Solution and now High Availability editions
    3800/14,000 CPW 1/4-way POWER5+ 1.9 GHz with L3 Cache P20
  • 36. IBM System i5 570
    • Simplifies product offering to help large companies consolidate multiple operating environments
    • Extends flexibility in i5/OS & enterprise enablement licensing
    • Starts at 2/4-way, upgrade options through 595
    • Up to 512 GB DDR2 memory
    • Up to 193 TB disk
    • Up to 160 LPARs
    • i5/OS V5R3 & V5R4
    8400/58,500 CPW 2/4-way up to 16-way POWER5+ 2.2 GHz with L3 Cache P30/P40
  • 37. System i5 595
    • Offers highly scalable transaction processing and multi-platform management with maximum flexibility for large enterprises requiring up to 64-way server
    • Includes new Optimum Care* services to assist business successful deployment in complex implementations
    • New options for scalable I/O expansion include up to 96 I/O towers and up to 31 HSL2 loops on both 1.65 and 1.9 GHz 595 systems
    • Up to 1 TB DDR1 memory
    • Up to 381 TB disk
    • Up to 254 LPARs
    • i5/OS V5R3 and V5R4
    * Included in the Standard and Enterprise Edition Note that the maximum CPW was achieved with two 32-way LPARS 26,700/184,000 CPW 8/16-way up to 64-way POWER5 1.9 GHz with L3 Cache P50/P60
  • 38. Scalable System i5 Options 184,000*
  • 39. Simple, Flexible Product Structure Standard Edition 520 550 570 595 1 1 1 1/4-way 1 1 2 2/4-way 1 1 4 4/8-way 1 1 8 8/16-way 1 1 1 1/2-way 4 4 8 8/16-way 4 4 32 32/64-way 4 4 16 16/32-way 1 1 1 1-way Base Enterprise Enablement Base i5/OS Licenses Base Processor Activations Enterprise Edition
  • 40. Upgrades POWER5+ POWER5 POWER4 520 Value & Express 520 Enterprise & Standard 595 Enterprise & Standard 550 Enterprise & Standard 570 Enterprise & Standard 595* Enterprise & Standard 810 Enterprise & Standard 800 825 Enterprise & Standard 870 Enterprise & Standard 890 Enterprise & Standard 520 Value & Express 520 Enterprise & Standard 550 Enterprise & Standard 570 Enterprise & Standard * The new 595 1.9 GHz is a POWER5 processor.