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    • SMP17 Taking Advantage of Capacity on Demand Mark Olson IBM WW Power Systems Product Manager STG Technical Conferences 2009 © 2009 IBM Corporation STG Technical Conferences 2009 Why Capacity on Demand I need flexibility. My business is dynamic and I need to be able quickly respond to new demands. (And by the way, I only request funds from the board once a year.) My budget is very tight. I don’t want to pay for something until I actually use it. 2 Taking Advantage of Capacity on Demand © 2009 IBM Corporation 1
    • STG Technical Conferences 2009 Why Capacity on Demand I am championing a new computer application that will hopefully save my company a huge amount of money over time. But I need help getting it off the ground. We’re out of computing resource, but I still need to find a way to run a test. We need an offsite computer in case of disaster. It has to be able to support the key production workload at the home site, but we can’t afford to pay full price for a computer which will hopefully rarely be used. 3 Taking Advantage of Capacity on Demand © 2009 IBM Corporation STG Technical Conferences 2009 CoD Delivers Value Pay as you grow Non-disruptive growth Improved availability – Dynamic processor sparing Payment flexibility + – On/Off CoD Try it before you buy it – Trial CoD Insurance against unexpected growth 4 Taking Advantage of Capacity on Demand © 2009 IBM Corporation 2
    • STG Technical Conferences 2009 Peak Workloads and General Growth Processor Utilization Peaks General growth Time • Peaks can often be difficult to predict, especially their magnitude. • General growth is more predictable and usually easier to plan. • There may also be step functions when new applications are brought on line and the green line abruptly shifts upward. 5 Taking Advantage of Capacity on Demand © 2009 IBM Corporation STG Technical Conferences 2009 Permanent & Temporary CoD Processor Utilization Temporary Permanent Time Permanent Capacity on Demand – Planned Growth ... pay when purchased, no premium – Usually takes a few days to order/ship/install Temporary Capacity on Demand – Pay by processor day or processor minute – Users can avoid/delay cost of permanent activation – Quick response to peak needs – Can pay after use Special Purpose ... Free trials 6 Taking Advantage of Capacity on Demand © 2009 IBM Corporation 3
    • STG Technical Conferences 2009 CoD for POWER5 & POWER6 Systems POWER5 POWER6 Permanent Activations Permanent Activations CUoD CUoD Processors & Memory Processors & Memory Temporary Activations Temporary Activations On/Off CoD On/Off CoD Processors & Memory day Processors & Memory day Utility CoD Reserve CoD te Processors day Processors minu Trial CoD h Trial CoD h Processors or Memory mont Processors or Memory mont 7 Taking Advantage of Capacity on Demand © 2009 IBM Corporation STG Technical Conferences 2009 Permanent Activations Provided on These Models Permanent activations in this context means POWER5/POWER5+ proc mem activations outside of IBM Manufacturing when requested by the client. 515 9407-515 520 9111-520 POWER6 proc mem 520 9405-520 520 8203-E4A 520 9406-520 520 9407-M15 * 525 9406-525 520 9408-M25 550 9113-550 550 8204-E8A 550 9406-550 550 9409-M50 560 9116-561 560 8234-EMA 575 9118-575 575 9125-F2A 570 9117-570 570 9117-MMA 570 9406-570 570 9406-MMA 595 9119-590/595 595 9119-FHA 595 9406-595 CUoD’s highest usage 8 * Selected 9406-520 Taking Advantage of Capacity on Demand © 2009 IBM Corporation 4
    • STG Technical Conferences 2009 Permanent Activations (CUoD) Mechanics Initial purchase – IBM activates the quantity of processors and 1GB memory prior to customer shipment MES orders – Activation codes specific to server a) shipped to client and b) posted on CoD Web page – Customer or Service Representative enters code 1Proc into server via HMC or ASMI interface Underlying infrastructure – VPD anchor card in server maintains knowledge of activations – Activation codes are specific to a server – Movement of physical parts does not move CoD activations – CoD MES orders are specific to a single server 9 Taking Advantage of Capacity on Demand © 2009 IBM Corporation STG Technical Conferences 2009 CUoD Upgrade Process 1. Place order for activation feature (quantity n) HMC Status Screen 2. Unique activation code posted to web & mailed. Code will activate the quantity of resource on only that server serial number. 5. HMC provides activations status Web Interface VPD Anchor Card 3. Retrieve code from the web & enter using the HMC menu or ASMI interface 4. Code sent to VPD anchor card HMC Entry Screen and server dynamically modifies configuration HMC V7 screens 10 Taking Advantage of Capacity on Demand © 2009 IBM Corporation 5
    • STG Technical Conferences 2009 Temporary CoD 11 Taking Advantage of Capacity on Demand © 2009 IBM Corporation STG Technical Conferences 2009 Temporary CoD for POWER5 & POWER6 Systems Remember, all temporary activations require an HMC POWER5 POWER6 On/Off CoD On/Off CoD Processors & Memory day Processors & Memory day Utility CoD Reserve CoD te Processors day new Processors minu Trial CoD h Trial CoD h Processors or Memory mont Processors or Memory mont 12 Taking Advantage of Capacity on Demand © 2009 IBM Corporation 6
    • STG Technical Conferences 2009 On/Off CoD 13 Taking Advantage of Capacity on Demand © 2009 IBM Corporation STG Technical Conferences 2009 On/Off CoD Provided on These Models POWER5/POWER5+ proc mem 515 9407-515 POWER6 proc mem 520 9111-520 520 8203-E4A 520 9405-520 520 9407-M15 520 9406-520 * 520 9408-M25 525 9406-525 550 8204-E8A 550 9113-550 550 9409-M50 550 9406-550 560 8234-EMA 560 9116-561 575 9125-F2A 575 9118-575 570 9117-MMA 570 9117-570 570 9406-MMA 570 9406-570 595 9119-FHA 595 9119-590/595 595 9406-595 On/Off highest usage 14 * Selected 9406-520 Taking Advantage of Capacity on Demand © 2009 IBM Corporation 7
    • STG Technical Conferences 2009 “Processor Day” Definition Continuous 24-hour powered on period for one processor Usually correlates to 24-hour clock time period, but can be longer if the system is powered down If more than one processor is turned on, then more than one processor day is used per continuous 24-hour period – Example: turn on 3 processors for 3 days = 9 processor days used – Example: turn on 2 processor for 1 day = 2 processor days used – Example: turn on 2 processors for ½ day = 2 processor days used – (round up) Same basic definition applies to Memory GB day 15 Taking Advantage of Capacity on Demand © 2009 IBM Corporation STG Technical Conferences 2009 On/Off CoD Overview 1. Client registers and obtains no-charge activation code to ‘enable’ On/Off function * 2. Client uses HMC interface to activate desired resources 3. Client reports usage to IBM (Monthly) 4. IBM processes usage data and provides Sales Channel details to be used for billing (quarterly) 5. Sales Channel generates MES order to bill for usage using feature codes specific to server model and speed. 6. Client pays for usage billed via MES order 7. Participation in program continues until termination requested * If not already in place and if a business partner, business partner must also register 16 Taking Advantage of Capacity on Demand © 2009 IBM Corporation 8
    • STG Technical Conferences 2009 On/Off Implementation: End to End 1) Planning 2) Sales Channel Registration 3) Contract Requirements 4) System Enablement 5) Usage 6) Reporting 7) Billing 8) Terminating * If not already in place and if a business partner, business partner must also register 17 Taking Advantage of Capacity on Demand © 2009 IBM Corporation STG Technical Conferences 2009 1) Planning Assure hardware and software support for On/Off CoD – Is this a server which supports On/Off? – An HMC is required. Is it present? Review contractual obligations 18 Taking Advantage of Capacity on Demand © 2009 IBM Corporation 9
    • STG Technical Conferences 2009 Registration/Contracts On-Line Help Registration Contracts Online help is available for Registration and Contracts http://www.ibm.com/supporthome.nsf/document/28640809 19 Taking Advantage of Capacity on Demand © 2009 IBM Corporation STG Technical Conferences 2009 2) Sales Channel Registration Provide sales/partner profile/pairing Register specific machine Will receive quarterly reports Register via web interface http://www.ibm.com/supporthome.nsf/doc ument/28640809 One time registration, Requires ID setup Additional servers can be added under same profile 20 Taking Advantage of Capacity on Demand © 2009 IBM Corporation 10
    • STG Technical Conferences 2009 3) Contract Requirements Contracts obtained from CSO/BPSO Support Teams Client contracts required for On/Off CoD: – If the client has an IBM Customer Agreement (ICA) on file, they must sign: – Attachment for Temporary Capacity on Demand (Z125-6813-02) – Supplement for Temporary Capacity on Demand (Z125-6814-01) – Amendment for On/Off Software On/Off Capacity on Demand (Z125-6907-01) – If there is no ICA on file, the customer must sign the following: – Agreement for Temporary Capacity on Demand (Z125-6815-03) – Supplement for Temporary Capacity on Demand (Z125-6814-01) – Amendment for On/Off Software On/Off Capacity on Demand(Z125-6907-01) Optionally, ff the client chooses to report usage data manually, they must also sign – Addendum for Temporary Capacity Manual Report (Z125-6837) Business Partners are required to sign once (covering all On/Off CoD engagements) the appropriate partner contract Distributor: IBM Business Partner Agreement - Distributor Attachment for Temporary Capacity on Demand (BPTCOD-dist) Solution Provider or Systems Integrator: IBM Business Partner Agreement - Attachment for Temporary Capacity on Demand (Z125-6846) Solution Provider (Tier 2) IBM Business Partner Agreement - Attachment for Temporary Capacity on Demand, 2nd Tier (BPTCOD-2t) Online help is available : http://www.ibm.com/supporthome.nsf/document/28640809 21 Taking Advantage of Capacity on Demand © 2009 IBM Corporation STG Technical Conferences 2009 4) System Enablement Enablement codes activate the On/Off function – Must be ordered as an MES – No charge for enablement – Memory enablement must be separately ordered – Will not ship until registration complete and contracts submitted to tcod@us.ibm.com Processor enablement = 360 Processor days 360 Memory enablement = 999 GB days 999 22 Taking Advantage of Capacity on Demand © 2009 IBM Corporation 11
    • STG Technical Conferences 2009 5) Usage Request the number of days and request the number of processors or GB memory The system will remind you of your planned end date, but will not take back the resource HMC V7 screen Client uses GUI menus to activate temporary activation 23 Taking Advantage of Capacity on Demand © 2009 IBM Corporation STG Technical Conferences 2009 Usage Comments Turn the processor/memory on …. Leave it on until finished unless you are sure you don’t need the resource again. There are no partial day credits. See the Capacity on Demand User's Guide. A processor day can be longer than 24-hours if the entire system is powered off. You must not only stop using the On/Off activated processor, you MUST return it to system else “the meter keeps running”. The actual system which calculates/measures the processor day does some rounding, ESPECIALLY when changing your request, and can be a little confusing. See the Capacity on Demand User's Guide for insights/examples. Use the report generated by the system. 24 Taking Advantage of Capacity on Demand © 2009 IBM Corporation 12
    • STG Technical Conferences 2009 6) Monthly Reporting: Electronic or Manual By the client contract described back in step 3), you, the client must report billing data to IBM, at least once per month, regardless of whether you have used temporary capacity during the period. You can use several methods to report information about your requests for temporary capacity provided, using IBM Electronic Service Agent™ (preferred), fax, or e-mail. You can view CoD billing information and save it to a file on a remote system or to a file on removable media. If you choose to manually report the billing information, use the CoD Billing Information window on the HMC to save the billing information. Then you can either attach the file to an e-mail or print it and fax it to your CoD administrator. To view and save CoD code-generation information: 1. In the navigation area of the HMC window, expand Systems Management. 2. Select Servers. 3. In the contents area, select the server on which you want to view and save the CoD code information. 4. Select Tasks. Capacity on Demand 29 On/Off Use 5 Select Capacity on Demand (CoD). 6. Select Processors (or Memory). (in days) 7. Select the CoD offering you want to view or save. 8. Select View Code Information. 9. In the CoD Code Information window, click Save to save the CoD code information to a file on a remote system or to a file on removable media. 10. In the Save CoD Code Information panel, select one of these options, and then perform the tasks associated with that option HMC V7 25 Taking Advantage of Capacity on Demand © 2009 IBM Corporation STG Technical Conferences 2009 Reporting Comments If you (client) fail to report, IBM can assume you used 90 processor days and/or 90 Memory Days that month. 26 Taking Advantage of Capacity on Demand © 2009 IBM Corporation 13
    • STG Technical Conferences 2009 7) Billing: Jan/Apr/Jul/Oct Reports sent quarterly to registered sales channel ple s am Sales Channel: If this report indicates there is billable usage, you are obligated, per the attachment you signed for Temporary Capacity on Demand, to process an MES order within the next 30 days. 27 Taking Advantage of Capacity on Demand © 2009 IBM Corporation STG Technical Conferences 2009 8) Terminating On/Off CoD If the machine is sold * If CoD is no longer desired To obtain the termination code, send a request for an On/Off CoD termination code to the CoD Administrator: pcod@us.ibm.com Confirmation of the entry of the termination code will end the contractual obligation of the On/Off CoD program. * note, If you sell the machine to someone else and neglect to terminate CUoD capabilities, you (the client who signed the contract) are liable in most countries to pay for temporary hours if the new owner is not willing or able to pay. 28 Taking Advantage of Capacity on Demand © 2009 IBM Corporation 14
    • STG Technical Conferences 2009 CoD Billing Features (pre-April 2008) Two ways of doing business System i CoD billing structure System p CoD billing structure 1 hardware feature for each GHz one 1 hardware feature for each GHz one processor day processor day 1 hardware feature for each GHz 100 1 hardware features for each GHz 100 processor minutes processor minutes Permission to use IBM i processor AIX licensing needed if spare processor license entitlement during the usage entitlements not available for AIX (price included in hardware feature) partition. 1 software feature for one Permission to use 5250 Enterprise license day Enablement if 5250 capability on the HACMP™, CMS, VIOS, etc (AIX LPPs) machine (price in hardware feature) additional licensing needed if spare Permission to use HASM and other IBM processor license entitlements not i LPPs software. (price in hardware available. 1 software feature for one feature) license day per software product. Does not cover non-IBM software Does not cover non-IBM software Does not cover other IBM Software Does not cover other IBM Software Group processor-based products Group processor-based products 29 Taking Advantage of Capacity on Demand © 2009 IBM Corporation STG Technical Conferences 2009 Enhanced CoD Billing Features (April 2008) One way of doing business Power Systems CoD billing structure 2 hardware features* for each GHz’s one processor day -- one for running with IBM i & one for running without IBM i 2 hardware features* for each GHz’s 100 processor minutes-- one for running with IBM i & one for running without IBM i rd er Permission to use IBM i & 5250 OLTP or AIX oo processor license entitlement during the rt temporary usage (price included in hardware p le an d feature) Sim rst de Permission to use PowerVM, HACMP, HASM, un CSM and other IBM i/AIX LPPs software. r to (price in hardware feature) sie Ea Does not cover non-IBM software Does not cover other IBM Software Group processor-based products * Applies to the 9117-MMA and 9119-FHA. Does not apply to the 940x 30 Taking Advantage of Capacity on Demand © 2009 IBM Corporation 15
    • STG Technical Conferences 2009 Example: 9117-MMA On Demand Features 3.5 GHz 4.2 GHz 4.7 GHz Processor #5620 #5621/5622 #7380 1 processor base activation (no charge) n/a n/a n/a 1 processor CUoD (permanent) activation 5670 5671/5672 5403 On/Off (temporary) enablement 7951 7951 7951 30 processor days pre-paid (Reserve CoD) n/a n/a n/a 1 On/Off processor day billing (without IBM i) 5650 5653 5656 100 minutes On/Off utility billing (without IBM i) 5640 5641 5404 1 On/Off processor day billing (with IBM i) 5483 5484 5485 100 minutes On/Off utility billing (with IBM i) 5481 5482 5480 Memory On/Off 1GB-1Day Billing 5691 5691 5691 Memory enablement feature (for On/Off) 7954 7954 7954 256GB Memory activation (to server, not to DIMMs) 8478 8478 8478 1GB activation (to server, not to memory DIMMs) 5680 5680 5680 2GB, 4GB, 8GB, 16GB, 32GB activation features 7272 7276 7272 7276 7272 7276 5250 Enterprise Enablement (5250 OLTP) Base enablement (1 processor’s worth) 9299 9299 9299 Enablement (1 add’l processor’s worth) 5490 5490 5490 Full Enterprise Enablement 5491 5491 5491 Base full Enterprise Enablement --- --- --- 31 Taking Advantage of Capacity on Demand © 2009 IBM Corporation STG Technical Conferences 2009 Example: 9117-MMA On Demand Features 4.4 GHz 5.0 GHz 4.2 GHz Processors continued (Oct 2008 announcement) #7387 #7388 #5740 1 processor base activation (no charge) n/a n/a n/a 1 processor CUoD (permanent) activation 7719 7306 7700 On/Off (temporary) enablement 7951 7951 7951 30 processor days pre-paid (Reserve CoD) n/a n/a n/a 1 On/Off processor day billing (without IBM i) 7745 7333 7702 100 minutes On/Off utility billing (without IBM i) 7726 7332 7701 1 On/Off processor day billing (with IBM i) 7744 7346 7709 100 minutes On/Off utility billing (with IBM i) 7743 7334 7706 Use the same memory & 5250 features as on previous chart 32 Taking Advantage of Capacity on Demand © 2009 IBM Corporation 16
    • STG Technical Conferences 2009 Software Licensing for the Temporary Activation As described previously; payment for AIX, i, PowerVM, HACPM, HASM, CSM daily usage entitlement for the temporary processors is now included in the billing features. Note: IBM i 5250 OLTP usage on the temporarily activated processor is also included for IBM i assuming there is at least one 5250 Enterprise Enablement feature already installed on the system. OTHER SOFTWARE IS NOT INCLUDED – Other IBM software which uses processor based licensing, for example WebSphere – Non-IBM software – The user should consult the organizations who own/control the software licensing terms and conditions to determine if there is a requirement for additional licensing. 33 Taking Advantage of Capacity on Demand © 2009 IBM Corporation STG Technical Conferences 2009 On/Off CoD Economics !! On/Off is NOT “rent-to-own” !! (no credit toward purchase price) Rule of thumb: If activating 1 processor at a time … it can range from 40 to 150+ days for a break even point depending on your environment and cost elements included. 120 days often quoted as a ball-park estimate. Break even means it would have been better to purchase the processor versus use On/Off. NOTE this break even point does not apply if activating more than 1 processor at a time. How to calculate this for your situation: – Price of processor day for your environment (with i /without i) : ddd – Price of a permanent processor activation: ppp – Price of maintenance on newly activated processor: ser – Price of operating system for an additional processor entitlement plus its SW Maintenance: osos – If needed, the price of an IBM i 5250 Enterprise Enablement: tptp – If needed, the price of PowerVM and other software: misc ddd x (number days break even) = (ppp + ser + ?osos? + ?tptp? + ?misc?) * Different operating system options, and the different software/operational requirements may change this calculation for your company. Prices/numbers will vary by country and are subject to change 34 Taking Advantage of Capacity on Demand © 2009 IBM Corporation 17
    • STG Technical Conferences 2009 On/Off CoD Economics with multiple temporary activations !! On/Off is NOT “rent-to-own” !! (no credit toward purchase price) Scenario: your peak workload very high and requires several processor activations. Buying one permanent processor activation does not meet the workload needs. You need to buy enough processor activations to meet the workload needs. How to calculate this for your situation: – Price of processor day for your environment (with i /without i) : ddd – Price of a permanent processor activation: ppp – Price of maintenance on newly activated processor: ser – Price of operating system for an additional processor entitlement plus its SW Maintenance: osos – If needed, the price of an IBM i 5250 Enterprise Enablement: tptp – If needed, the price of PowerVM and other software: misc – Max number of processors activated during your peaks: nnn ddd x (number days break even) = (ppp + ser + ?osos? + ?tptp? + ?misc?) x nnn * Different operating system options, and the different software/operational requirements may change this calculation for your company. Prices/numbers will vary by country and are subject to change 35 Taking Advantage of Capacity on Demand © 2009 IBM Corporation STG Technical Conferences 2009 Utility CoD 36 Taking Advantage of Capacity on Demand © 2009 IBM Corporation 18
    • STG Technical Conferences 2009 Utility CoD Provided on These Models POWER5/POWER5+ proc mem 515 9407-515 POWER6 proc mem 520 9111-520 520 8203-E4A 520 9405-520 520 9407-M15 520 9406-520 520 9408-M25 525 9406-525 550 8204-E8A 550 9113-550 550 9409-M50 550 9406-550 560 8234-EMA 560 9116-561 575 9125-F2A 575 9118-575 570 9117-MMA 570 9117-570 570 9406-MMA 570 9406-570 595 9119-FHA 595 9119-590/595 595 9406-595 37 Taking Advantage of Capacity on Demand © 2009 IBM Corporation STG Technical Conferences 2009 Utility CoD – By the Processor Minute Processor Utilization Temporary Permanent Time VERY Temporary Great for short bursts of processing power requirements, especially ones which would benefit by an automated, instantaneous response. Example: 1 processor for 10 minutes plus another processor for 7 minutes = 17 processor minutes 38 Taking Advantage of Capacity on Demand © 2009 IBM Corporation 19
    • STG Technical Conferences 2009 Utility CoD Utility CoD automatically provides additional processor capacity on a temporary basis within the shared processor pool. Usage is measured in processor minute increments and is reported by the client via a web interface. Billing is based on the reported usage. For clients with unpredictable, short workload spikes who need an automated and affordable way to help assure adequate server performance is available as needed. • If permanent activation of processors is not cost efficient • If manual administrator of resources (like On/Off CoD) is too slow or operator resource is not available Note that adequate memory resource should be made available to achieve best processor utilization. On/Off memory resource is not part of Utility CoD. *planned USA list price. Subject to change. Will vary by country 39 Taking Advantage of Capacity on Demand © 2009 IBM Corporation STG Technical Conferences 2009 Utility CoD Flow Web Enablement Read / Accept Ts&Cs Request Enablement code HMC V7 Sales Channel generates MES Order to bill for Enablement code usage Enter enablement code Assign resources Report Usage Configure Reported Usage code 40 Taking Advantage of Capacity on Demand © 2009 IBM Corporation 20
    • STG Technical Conferences 2009 Utility CoD Details - Set Up & Usage Set up 1. Client “Click to Accept” T & C’s on CoD website www.ibm.com/systems/power/hardware/cod 2. Utility CoD enablement code provided by website 3. Client enters code into the system 4. Assign quantity of inactive processors to shared processor pool using HMC 5. Set condition/state parameters for automated activation using HMC Note – enablement code must be renewed every year on CoD website Usage 1. When system recognizes that the base processors assigned across uncapped partitions is 100% utilized AND at least 10% of one processor is needed, THEN additional processor resource is automatically applied and chargeable processor minutes start accruing. 2. Minutes stop accruing when the utilization level drops and the base processors assigned can handle the workload. 3. As needed, report usage to CoD website, receive reporting authorization codes, enter reporting codes into the system Note – only processors, not memory, activations are automated 41 Taking Advantage of Capacity on Demand © 2009 IBM Corporation STG Technical Conferences 2009 System i Utility CoD Details - Payment Customer Steps 1. Client goes to CoD website 2. Report minutes usage on CoD website – Report in blocks of 100 minutes 3. CoD websites provides reported usage code 4. Client enters usage code into system * To prepay, report usage not yet incurred IBM sends statement of reported usage to sales organization associated with client Sales Steps 1. Receive information from IBM CoD organization on usage 2. Order one appropriate billing feature for each 100 processor minutes * Reporting insight: There is a limited quantity of processor minutes enabled on the system. If the client forgets to enter their usage code, the system will stop providing utility CoD function when the limit is reached. Once entered, the reported usage code extends the number of processor minutes available. 42 Taking Advantage of Capacity on Demand © 2009 IBM Corporation 21
    • STG Technical Conferences 2009 Utility CoD Reporting Limits Number of inactive Reporting Limit Reporting limit (standby) processors on (client should report (system will not go by this quantity or past this without the server earlier) reporting) 1– 4 500 minutes 1000 minutes 5 – 16 1000 minutes 2000 minutes > 16 5000 minutes 10000 minutes Client can establish numerous controls to limit/control maximum usage 43 Taking Advantage of Capacity on Demand © 2009 IBM Corporation STG Technical Conferences 2009 Example: 9119-FHA On Demand Features 4.2 GHz* 5.0 GHz* Processor #4694 #4695/#4705 1 processor base activation (no charge) n/a n/a 1 processor CUoD (permanent) activation 4754 4755 On/Off (temporary) enablement 7971 7971 30 processor days pre-paid (Reserve CoD) n/a n/a 1 On/Off processor day billing (without IBM i) 7234 7244 100 minutes On/Off utility billing (without IBM i) 5941 5942 1 On/Off processor day billing (with IBM i) 5945 5946 100 minutes On/Off utility billing (with IBM i) 5943 5944 Memory On/Off 1GB-1Day Billing 5691 5691 Memory enablement feature (for On/Off) 7973 7973 1GB activation (to server, not to memory DIMMs) 5680 5680 256GB Memory activation (to server, not to DIMMs) 8493 8493 1GB base activation for 4500/4501/4502/4503 8471 8471 256GB base activation for 4500/4501/4502/4503 8472 8472 5250 Enterprise Enablement (5250 OLTP) Enablement (1 add’l processor’s worth) 4995 4995 Full Enterprise Enablement 4996 4996 * CBU for DR processor features are #7569 (4.2 GHz) and #7571 (5.0 GHz). The rest of the features are the same. 44 Taking Advantage of Capacity on Demand © 2009 IBM Corporation 22
    • STG Technical Conferences 2009 Utility CoD Economics vs. Permanent Activation !! Utility CoD is NOT “rent-to-own” !! (no credit toward purchase price) Rule of thumb: If activating 1 processor at a time, after about 2400* to 9200* processor minutes it might have been better to purchase the processor activations. NOTE this break even point does not apply if activating more than 1 processor at a time. How to calculate this for your situation: – Price of 100 processor minutes for your environment (with i /without i) : mmm – Price of a permanent processor activation: ppp – Price of maintenance on newly activated processor: serv – Price of operating system for an additional processor entitlement plus its SW Maintenance: osos – If needed, the price of an IBM i 5250 Enterprise Enablement: tptp – If needed, the price of PowerVM and other software: misc mmm x (number 100 min break even) = (ppp + serv + osos + ?tptp? + ?misc?) If more than one processor activated, multiple the break even number of minutes by the maximum number of processors activated. * Different operating system options, and the different software/operational requirements may change this calculation for your company. Prices/numbers will vary by country and are subject to change 45 Taking Advantage of Capacity on Demand © 2009 IBM Corporation STG Technical Conferences 2009 Utility CoD Economics vs. On/Off Processor Day !! Utility CoD is NOT “rent-to-own” !! (no credit toward purchase price) If you are going to run Utility for 60* minutes in a day, it is about the same price as buying 1 On/Off processor day. How to calculate this for your situation : – Price of 100 processor minutes for your environment (with i /without i) : mmm – Price of a processor day for your environment (with i/without i) : ddd – ddd / mmm = decimal ratio (USA 9117 example: ratio = 0.60 indicating breakeven less than 100 minutes) – Decimal ratio x 100 minutes = number minutes breakeven assuming max of 1 processor activated during Utility CoD If a variable number of processors is activated using Utility CoD, then the breakeven point is calculated by – Variable adjustment factor = vaf = (peak number of processors activated) minus (minimum number of processors activated) – Break even = ( ddd / mmm ) x 100 x vaf * Different operating system options, and the different software/operational requirements may change this calculation for your company. Prices/numbers will vary by country and are subject to change 46 Taking Advantage of Capacity on Demand © 2009 IBM Corporation 23
    • STG Technical Conferences 2009 Trial CoD 47 Taking Advantage of Capacity on Demand © 2009 IBM Corporation STG Technical Conferences 2009 Trial CoD Provided on These Models POWER5/POWER5+ proc mem 515 9407-515 POWER6 proc mem 520 9111-520 520 8203-E4A 520 9405-520 520 9407-M15 520 9406-520 * 520 9408-M25 525 9406-525 550 8204-E8A 550 9113-550 550 9409-M50 550 9406-550 560 8234-EMA 560 9116-561 575 9125-F2A 575 9118-575 570 9117-MMA 570 9117-570 570 9406-MMA 570 9406-570 595 9119-FHA 595 9119-590/595 595 9406-595 CoD’s highest usage 48 * Selected 9406-520 Taking Advantage of Capacity on Demand © 2009 IBM Corporation 24
    • STG Technical Conferences 2009 Trial CoD 30-day use of – Up to 2 processor activations and/or Up to 4GB memory activations – Can be done once per purchase of processor/memory activation. – Example: new machine installed July. October try 2 processor activations. December purchase a processor activation. With purchase, “reset” and can request another Trial CoD. – No charge One time option for life of server (MTM – machine type model) – Activate all processors and all memory for 30 days. (user can assign only a portion of these if so desired) – Purchase of processor/memory activations does not “reset” – Requires exception request. See https://www-912.ibm.com/tcod_reg.nsf/TrialCod?OpenForm 49 Taking Advantage of Capacity on Demand © 2009 IBM Corporation STG Technical Conferences 2009 Special Situations 50 Taking Advantage of Capacity on Demand © 2009 IBM Corporation 25
    • STG Technical Conferences 2009 Special Options 595 CBU – 4/32 core and 4/64 core configuration with 1800 or 3600 processor days credit – Intended primarily for Disaster Recovery (DR) site scenario Enterprise mobility (Mobile CoD) – Very manual way to address the needs of moving processor and memory activations from machine to machine within an enterprise – Only available within the same enterprise – Only within the same kind of machines -- all 5GHz 595s for example 51 Taking Advantage of Capacity on Demand © 2009 IBM Corporation STG Technical Conferences 2009 CoD for POWER5 & POWER6 Systems POWER5 POWER6 Permanent Activations Permanent Activations CUoD CUoD Processors & Memory Processors & Memory Temporary Activations Temporary Activations On/Off CoD On/Off CoD Processors & Memory day Processors & Memory day Utility CoD Reserve CoD te Processors day Processors minu Trial CoD h Trial CoD h Processors or Memory mont Processors or Memory mont 52 Taking Advantage of Capacity on Demand © 2009 IBM Corporation 26
    • STG Technical Conferences 2009 Key Reference CoD Web Site – www.ibm.com/systems/power/hardware/cod Planning Guide on the Web Site Contacts to admin team (see the web site) 53 Taking Advantage of Capacity on Demand © 2009 IBM Corporation STG Technical Conferences 2009 THANKS, Questions? P17 tions: SM Evalua 54 Taking Advantage of Capacity on Demand © 2009 IBM Corporation 27
    • STG Technical Conferences 2009 POWER5 POWER6 Permanent Permanent CUoD CUoD Processors (1 processor increments) Processors (1 processor increments) Memory (1 GB increments ) Memory (1 GB increments ) Temporary Temporary On/Off CoD On/Off CoD Manual control of activations Manual control of activations Utilization Reporting Required (Contract) Utilization Reporting Required (Contract) Post-pay Post-pay Integrated into Capacity BackUp offering Integrated into Capacity BackUp offering Reserve CoD Utility CoD Autonomic (charges based on measured workload) Autonomic (charges based on measured workload) No Contracts new No Paper Contracts (web based registration) Pre-pay usage blocks of time Post pay (or pre-pay blocks of time) Optimizes processor use within the shared pool Optimizes processor use within the shared pool Trial CoD Trial CoD Standard Standard Exception Exception Web based distribution Web based distribution 55 Taking Advantage of Capacity on Demand © 2009 IBM Corporation STG Technical Conferences 2009 Reserve CoD Provided on These Models POWER5/POWER5+ proc mem 515 9407-515 520 9111-520 POWER6 proc mem 520 9405-520 520 8203-E4A 520 9406-520 * 520 9407-M15 525 9406-525 520 9408-M25 550 9113-550 550 8204-E8A 550 9406-550 550 9409-M50 560 9116-561 560 8234-EMA 575 9118-575 575 9125-F2A 570 9117-570 570 9117-MMA 570 9406-570 570 9406-MMA 595 9119-590/595 595 9119-FHA 595 9406-595 56 * Selected 9406-520 Taking Advantage of Capacity on Demand © 2009 IBM Corporation 28
    • STG Technical Conferences 2009 Reserve & Utility CoD Compared Reserve and Utility CoD similarities – Both are an automatic way to activate temporary capacity. Inactive processors are placed into the shared processor pool. When the server recognizes that the number of base (purchased/active) processors assigned across uncapped partitions has been 100% utilized, and at least 10% of an additional processor is needed, then that standby capacity is used. Reserver and Utility CoD differences: – Reserve CoD: You buy processor days in advance. Usage not reported to IBM. No contracts required. – Utility CoD: You buy processor minutes either after using or in advance. Usage reported to IBM when you decide it is needed via the Web. 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