22nd – 24th November 2012, Jaipur              Smarter Computing in a New Era of IT                                  Dr. G...
Opening video                               Predictive Policing (:30)                              http://youtu.be/_ZyU6po...
In a new era of IT, industries are being redefinedby an ability to process unlimited volumes and types of data            ...
Big Data: Why we must move to a new era of computingData is growing at an astounding pace…                       …but Big ...
There are clear challenges for CIOs and IT leaders   Explosion of data       How to manage data explosion to spot trends, ...
Video                                         Smarter Cities Riohttp://bit.ly/Imperatives   http://www.centerline.net/revi...
Smarter Computing is how you succeed in this new eraThe IT infrastructure that enables a smarter planet…                  ...
Optimized Systems Address the Unique Needs of Specific Workloads                                                 Domain Kn...
Clients require a range of workload optimized systems                                 Client-built with            Integra...
Today’s challenge: Time spent tuning general purposecomponents                                   Design/Deploy            ...
PureSystems solution: Simplifying the entire IT project lifecycle                                                         ...
IBM PureFlexExpert integrated infrastructure system                                Delivers Smarter Computing through…  Up...
PureSystems simplify each phase of the systems lifecycleStreamlined:                  Accelerated:            Simplified: ...
Patterns of Expertise: Proven best practices and expertise for complex tasks learned from decades ofclient and partner eng...
Three ways to get the value of patterns of expertise                                    Capture your own expertise:    Add...
The broadest open ecosystem….                                           • Runs tens of                                    ...
Computing for the new era of IT must ‘scale-in’    With integrated compute, storage, networking, management and middleware...
for Transactions                                Optimized system delivering                                data services f...
Storage for Workload Optimized Systems             Storage to match the requirements of the workload                      ...
Introducing IBM Smarter Storage for Smarter Computing                         Manage cost and                          cap...
Smarter Computing is how you succeed in this new era          Designed for data                     Managed with          ...
Leading IT Organizations Are Engaging with IBM to Succeed in the New Era ofSmarter Computing                              ...
http://bit.ly/Imperatives9/5/12                      22nd – 24th November 2012, Jaipur
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  1. 1. 22nd – 24th November 2012, Jaipur Smarter Computing in a New Era of IT Dr. Gururaj Rao IBM Fellow & Vice President IBM Systems and Technology Development Lab, India, South Asiahttp://bit.ly/Imperatives
  2. 2. Opening video Predictive Policing (:30) http://youtu.be/_ZyU6po_E74 http://bit.ly/Imperatives 22nd – 24th November 2012, Jaipur
  3. 3. In a new era of IT, industries are being redefinedby an ability to process unlimited volumes and types of data 1 trillion 5.6 billion connected personal devices devices sold by 2015 in 5 years Law Enforcement 90% of world’s 10,000 Fraud data created messages Prevention in past per second 2 years Traffic Control 800% unstructured 2.5 exabytes data growth of data in next created daily 5 years Banking http://bit.ly/Imperatives 22nd – 24th November 2012, Jaipur
  4. 4. Big Data: Why we must move to a new era of computingData is growing at an astounding pace… …but Big Data is not just about volume 9000 Terabytes to Streaming data, exabytes of milliseconds to Sensors existing data respond & Devices to process Volume in Exabytes 6000 Volume Velocity Social Media VoIP Structured, Variety unstructured, text, multimedia 3000 Enterprise Data Veracity Uncertain, 2010 2015 inconsistent, ambiguous http://bit.ly/Imperatives 22nd – 24th November 2012, Jaipur
  5. 5. There are clear challenges for CIOs and IT leaders Explosion of data How to manage data explosion to spot trends, 450 billion online business transactions predict outcomes and take meaningful actions? per day by 2020 Inflexible IT infrastructures How to manage inflexible, siloed systems and Only 1 in 5 businesses can allocate business processes to improve business agility? more than half their IT budget to innovation Escalating IT complexity How to manage IT costs and complexity while 23% of worldwide IT projects are speeding time-to-market for new services? both over budget and behind schedule Sources: 2012 IBM Data Center Study; IDC Directions Presentation, 2011; and a commissioned study conducted by Forrester Consulting on behalf of IBMhttp://bit.ly/Imperatives 22nd – 24th November 2012, Jaipur
  6. 6. Video Smarter Cities Riohttp://bit.ly/Imperatives http://www.centerline.net/review/#/3697_RIO_HD 22nd – 24th November 2012, Jaipur
  7. 7. Smarter Computing is how you succeed in this new eraThe IT infrastructure that enables a smarter planet… Managed with cloud technologies Harness all the available Information: Simplify IT: 89% of CEOs want 60% of CIOs plan to use cloud technologies and better insight via business 55% of business executives believe cloud intelligence and analytics Smarter enables business transformation Computing Designed for data Drive greater performance and improve IT economics: Tuned to the task CIOs can reduce total cost per workload up to 55% with optimized systems …and allows enterprises to do more with less Source: IBM studies of CEOs and CIOs http://bit.ly/Imperatives 22nd – 24th November 2012, Jaipur
  8. 8. Optimized Systems Address the Unique Needs of Specific Workloads Domain Knowledge Workload characteristics Interdependencies Architecture options Software Applications Stack integration Middleware Middleware tuned for hardware Integrated management across Operating Systems architectures Inter- Micro-processor connect cores Caches I/O Hardware Package Multi-core architectures Advanced threading Semiconductors Low latency http://bit.ly/Imperatives 22nd – 24th November 2012, Jaipur
  9. 9. Clients require a range of workload optimized systems Client-built with Integrated, Optimized Components Optimized Systems AppliancesExample IBM DB2 & WebSphere on IBM IBM Smart Analytics IBM Netezza TwinFin Power Systems System & IBM DataPower Need flexibility to deploy Requires moderate Flexibility not required – multiple workloads of flexibility to tune small need high performance different types - e.g., number of workloads – atCharacteristics data management, e.g., data management low cost for a specific messaging, web facing and analytics workload http://bit.ly/Imperatives 22nd – 24th November 2012, Jaipur
  10. 10. Today’s challenge: Time spent tuning general purposecomponents Design/Deploy Manage/Maintain General Custom Purpose BuiltComponents System http://bit.ly/Imperatives 22nd – 24th November 2012, Jaipur 10
  11. 11. PureSystems solution: Simplifying the entire IT project lifecycle Reduced Time, Cost and Risk Design Deploy Manage Maintain Expert Integrated System http://bit.ly/Imperatives 22nd – 24th November 2012, Jaipur11
  12. 12. IBM PureFlexExpert integrated infrastructure system Delivers Smarter Computing through… Up to 2X improvement in system Built-in Expertise utilization • Infrastructure patterns • Built-in security • Virtualization expertise Integration by Design Up to 75% lower • Scale-in design systems costs over 3 years • Integrated Cloud technology • Future technology upgradeability Simplified Experience Up to 70% • Single pane of glass management faster setup time • Open choice (architectures, OS, hypervisors) • Tens of thousands of applications (Power and x86) Estimated Results. Results will vary depending on customer environment. http://bit.ly/Imperatives 22nd – 24th November 2012, Jaipur
  13. 13. PureSystems simplify each phase of the systems lifecycleStreamlined: Accelerated: Simplified: Integrated: Pre-integrated, pre- System Up and Dynamically scale to Single support number tested, ready to run running in hours meet changing System level updates Optimized Easily deploy new demand and upgrades configurations with high application and data Automatic failover and Simplified problem availability services high availability determination Single part to order Rapidly replicate Fully integrated environments for management development and test http://bit.ly/Imperatives 22nd – 24th November 2012, Jaipur
  14. 14. Patterns of Expertise: Proven best practices and expertise for complex tasks learned from decades ofclient and partner engagements that are captured, lab tested and optimized into a deployable formWhat is a Pattern?• The pre-defined architecture of an application• For each component of the application (i.e. database, web server, etc) • Pre-installation on an operating system • Pre-integration across components Monitoring Lifecycle • Pre-configured & tuned Management • Pre-configured Monitoring • Pre-configured Security • Lifecycle Management• In a deployable form, resulting in repeatable deployment with full lifecycle management• Delivering superior results: • Agility: Faster time-to-value • Efficiency: Reduced costs and resources • Simplicity: Simpler skills requirements • Control: Lower risk and errors http://bit.ly/Imperatives 22nd – 24th November 2012, Jaipur
  15. 15. Three ways to get the value of patterns of expertise Capture your own expertise: Add third-party Image Construction & Composition Tool application patterns of allows you to create your own custom expertise virtual images Pattern Development Kit allows you to create your own virtual application patterns. Capture existing expertise for operating system and middleware installation Dynamically combine pre-defined components to build new image packages Create a standard VM format in Open Use IBM patterns of Virtual Format expertise throughout the systemCapture 80% of today’s workloads http://bit.ly/Imperatives 22nd – 24th November 2012, Jaipur
  16. 16. The broadest open ecosystem…. • Runs tens of thousands of existing POWER and x86 applications • Over 191 optimized solutions from 170 leading partners • ISVs transforming their business model to cloud http://bit.ly/Imperatives 22nd – 24th November 2012, Jaipur16
  17. 17. Computing for the new era of IT must ‘scale-in’ With integrated compute, storage, networking, management and middlewareInfrastructure Components Integrated Infrastructure Application Platform Data Platform Delivering Infrastructure Services Delivering Platform Services Delivering Data Services Next Generation Blade http://bit.ly/Imperatives 22nd – 24th November 2012, Jaipur 17
  18. 18. for Transactions Optimized system delivering data services for transactions for Analytics Optimized system delivering data services for analytics for Operational Analytics Optimized system delivering data services for operational analyticshttp://bit.ly/Imperatives 22nd – 24th November 2012, Jaipur
  19. 19. Storage for Workload Optimized Systems Storage to match the requirements of the workload Production Data Archive and Retention Cost and Scale to match workload Policy-based data protection Availability and protection Low long-term total costs Simplified administration Easy migration and retrieval Transaction Processing Analytics and High and Database Performance Computing High Transaction Rates High Quality of Service Operates on data copies Low RPO, RTO Sequential access Resiliency and Security High throughput Business Web and Applications Collaboration Database oriented File Oriented Quality of Service Replicated data Throughput-oriented Low RPO, RTO Scale Out Capable Large Memory Footprint Lower Quality of Service Responsive Infrastructure Archive and Retention Systems require Low Cost/Ease of Use to be effective in storing and Production Systems require Storage Optimization to protecting data throughout its useful life match scale, cost, and management objectives http://bit.ly/Imperatives 22nd – 24th November 2012, Jaipur
  20. 20. Introducing IBM Smarter Storage for Smarter Computing Manage cost and capacity growthImprove performance Increase information and productivity access and improve ROI http://bit.ly/Imperatives 22nd – 24th November 2012, Jaipur
  21. 21. Smarter Computing is how you succeed in this new era Designed for data Managed with cloud technologies Tuned to the task InfoSphere IBM Streams/ Big Insights / SmartCloud Identity Insight Entry Storwize V7000 Unified with Easy Tier PureSystems Active Cloud Engine DB2 Analytics Accelerator IBM Watson IBM Service Optimized for IBM Systems Delivery Manager http://bit.ly/Imperatives 22nd – 24th November 2012, Jaipur
  22. 22. Leading IT Organizations Are Engaging with IBM to Succeed in the New Era ofSmarter Computing Our approach is inclusive – no rip and replace IBM can deliver experts and expertise required IBMers are extending our portfolio to address the biggest challenges in computer science Proven innovator for 100 years Source: IBM Investor Relations *IBM Systems & Technology Group Finance, **IBM Software Group Finance http://bit.ly/Imperatives 22nd – 24th November 2012, Jaipur
  23. 23. http://bit.ly/Imperatives9/5/12 22nd – 24th November 2012, Jaipur

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