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    • © 2013 IBM Corporation 1 DB2 Tech Talk The Value of RealTime Decision Making with PureData System for Operational Analytics February 28, 2013 Presented by: James Cho, PureData Systems Architect
    • © 2013 IBM Corporation DB2 Tech Talk 2 Need webcast troubleshooting help? Click attachments Rick Swagerman, Host Language Architect, DB2 for Linux, UNIX, and Windows at IBM 1. Access the presentation for this Tech Talk: bitly.com/ttfilefeb13 2. Next steps and troubleshooting guide: click ―Attachments― in this webcast window A few details …. James Cho PureData Systems Architect Today’s technical presenters . . . DB2 Tech Talk series host and today’s presenter:
    • © 2013 IBM Corporation DB2 Tech Talk 3 Need webcast troubleshooting help? Click attachments Disclaimer The information contained in this presentation is provided for informational purposes only. While efforts were made to verify the completeness and accuracy of the information contained in this presentation, it is provided ―as is‖, without warranty of any kind, express or implied. In addition, this information is based on IBM’s current product plans and strategy, which are subject to change by IBM without notice. IBM shall not be responsible for any damages arising out of the use of, or otherwise related to, this presentation or any other documentation. Nothing contained in this presentation is intended to, or shall have the effect of: • Creating any warranty or representation from IBM (or its affiliates or its or their suppliers and/or licensors); or • Altering the terms and conditions of the applicable license agreement governing the use of IBM software. 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 many factors, including considerations such as the amount of multiprogramming in the user's 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 results similar to those stated here.
    • © 2013 IBM Corporation DB2 Tech Talk Agenda • Introduction Pure Systems • Database Architectures • Operational Analytics Strategy and Focus • PureData for Operational Analytics • DB2 10 - Key Technology • Real Time Analytics Value and Case Studies • Questions/Discussion Need webcast troubleshooting help? Click attachments
    • © 2013 IBM Corporation DB2 Tech Talk Integration by Design Deeply integrating and tuning hardware and software – in a ready-to-go workload optimized system Built-in Expertise Capturing and automating what experts do – from the infrastructure patterns to the application patterns Simplified Experience Making every part of the IT lifecycle easier - with integrated management of the entire system and a broad open ecosystem of optimized solutions A new family of expert integrated systems Systems with integrated expertise and built for cloud Need webcast troubleshooting help? Click attachments
    • © 2013 IBM Corporation DB2 Tech Talk Infrastructure Application Platform Data Platform New IBM PureSystems Family How much flexibility, integration and workload optimization do you want out of the box? • New PureSystem with models optimized exclusively for data workloads Integrated and optimized application platform Built on IBM middleware to accelerate deployment of your choice of applications Integrated and optimized infrastructure with flexibility Runs your choice of applications and middleware Integrated and optimized data platform Delivers high performance data services to transactional and analytics applications • Delivering application platform services • Delivering IT infrastructure services Need webcast troubleshooting help? Click attachments
    • © 2013 IBM Corporation DB2 Tech Talk  10-100x faster than traditional custom systems4  20x greater concurrency and throughput for tactical queries than previous Netezza technology5  Pattern based database deployment in minutes, not hours1  Handles more than 100 databases on 1 system2 IBM PureData System  Continuous ingest of operation data  Handles 1000+ concurrent operational queries3  Up to 10x storage savings with adaptive compression6 System for Transactions System for Analytics System for Operational Analytics powered by Netezza technology 1. Based on IBM internal tests and system design for normal operation under expected typical workload. Individual results may vary. 2. Based on one large configuration 3. Based on IBM internal tests of prior generation system, and on system design for normal operations under expected typical workload. Individual results may vary. 4. Based on IBM customers' reported results. "Traditional custom systems" refers to systems that are not professionally pre-built, pre-tested and optimized. Individual results may vary. 5. Based on IBM internal performance benchmarking 6. Based on client testing is the DB2 10 Early Access Program Need webcast troubleshooting help? Click attachments
    • © 2013 IBM Corporation DB2 Tech Talk Database Architectures Need webcast troubleshooting help? Click attachments
    • © 2013 IBM Corporation DB2 Tech Talk Database Architectures: Single, Shared, Shared Nothing Single Database View Log DB2 Log DB2 Log DB2 Part 1 Part 2 Part 3 SQL 1’ SQL 1’’ SQL 1’’’ SQL 1 DB2 InfoSphere Warehouse (aka DPF) Ideal for data warehousing with MPP scale out for near linear scalability and query processing Log DB2 DB2 DB2 Single Database View DB2 pureScale Data Sharing Ideal for active/active OLTP/ERP scale out Tran 1 Tran 2 Tran 3 Shared Data Access DB2 Tran Log Database Core DB2 Ideal for OLTP and data marts Optimized for OLTP Optimized for Analytics Need webcast troubleshooting help? Click attachments
    • © 2013 IBM Corporation DB2 Tech Talk Partitioned Database Model  Database is divided into multiple partitions  Database Partitions can run on different servers  Each Database Partition has dedicated resources Engine, Logging, Locking, Caches, etc.  Parallel Processing occurs on all partitions and is coordinated by the DBMS  Single system image to user and application Fast communication manager Data Log Database Partition The design of the PureData for Operational Analytics complements the DB2 shared nothing architecture to deliver a scalable platform data log data log data log data log Need webcast troubleshooting help? Click attachments
    • © 2013 IBM Corporation DB2 Tech Talk Parallelism: Database Partitions & Query Processing table_a Coordinator table_b Data Data Data Data Catalog Partition Agent Read A Read B Join Sum Optimize Get statistics A B Join Sum A B Join Sum A B Join Sum A B Join Sum sum=10 sum=12 sum=13 sum=11 sum(…) connect select sum(x) from table_a,table_b where a = b46 Admin Need webcast troubleshooting help? Click attachments
    • © 2013 IBM Corporation DB2 Tech Talk The DB2 shared nothing database is composed of an Admin and multiple data partitions. Scalability is achieved by adding more data partitions. Users and applications see a single system image and simply connect to the Admin partition Data Warehouse Admin small tables catalog . . . coordinatorcoordinator . . . Data 1 Data 2 Data 3 Data 4 Data 5 Data 6 Data n RAID Arrays Red line is a grouping of BPUs on 1 Data module tablespace first tablespace for large table indexes first tablespace for large tables temporary space Need webcast troubleshooting help? Click attachments
    • © 2013 IBM Corporation DB2 Tech Talk Scalable performance is achieved from two distinct dimensions: Application and System select sum(x) from … Tables Performance Objects (MQTs, indexes) Table Data (schema, compression MDC, table partitioning) User Queries (Base tables, views, UDFs, SPs) join & precalc Database Configuration (DB partitions, tablespaces, settings) Servers (processors, memory, I/O adapters) I/O Bandwidth Storage (disk & I/O capacity, array/lun configuration) Storage Area Network Database Interconnect Network Bandwidth SQL
    • © 2013 IBM Corporation DB2 Tech Talk IBM PureData for Operational Analytics Fundamental Module Building Blocks SAN Switches V7000 BNT Ethernet Switches Power 730 Power 740 V7000 Standard Server IBM Power 740 IBM Power 730 16 p7 cores 128 GB Memory Storage – Data Modules 2 IBM V7000 Storage + 2 EXP7000 enclosure Each w/ 24 SAS drives Each formatted into 2 (10+P+Q) RAID-6 arrays 6 x 400GB SSD 900 GB drives Network IBM 2 x 10G Ethernet switches for internal application network IBM 2 x 1GBit Ethernet switches for storage server to HMC network connectivity 2 IBM System Storage SAN48B-5 switches per HA group Need webcast troubleshooting help? Click attachments
    • © 2013 IBM Corporation DB2 Tech Talk Shared Nothing Storage Design MEMORY 1. RAID Array  Lun 5. GPFS Filesystem  DB2 Container 4. GPFS NSD  GPFS Filesystem 3. Device  GPFS NSD 2. Lun  Device core core core core core core core core core core core core core core core core Need webcast troubleshooting help? Click attachments
    • © 2013 IBM Corporation DB2 Tech Talk 16 Progression of IBM Data Warehouse Integrated Offerings BCU for AIX (6/2005) BW 7000 (12/2006) ISAS/SMAS 7710 (11/2011) BW 7050 (2/2007) ISAS/SMAS 7700 (9/2010)ISAS/SMAS 7600 (10/2009) BW 7100 (11/2007)  BCU=Balanced Configuration Unit  BW = Balanced Warehouse  ISAS or SMAS = IBM Smart Analytics System  PD OA = PureData for Operational Analytics BW 6000 (6/2006) AIXOfferingsLinuxOfferings BW 5100 R4 (6/2009) BW 5100 R3 (1/2009) BW 5100 R2 (5/2008)BW 5100 R1 (10/2007) BW 5000 (3/2007) ISAS/SMAS 5600 R1 (4/2010) ISAS/SMAS 5600 R2 (11/2010) Highlights  Hundreds of systems/customers  Continual evolution to the fundamental BCU methodology PureData for Operational Analytics (10/2012) Need webcast troubleshooting help? Click attachments
    • © 2013 IBM Corporation DB2 Tech Talk Operational Analytics Strategy and Focus Need webcast troubleshooting help? Click attachments
    • © 2013 IBM Corporation DB2 Tech Talk Operational Analytics Extreme concurrent query volumes on real time information Business Analysts Data Warehouse Multiple, Concurrent Analytic Queries 2010 2009 2008 2007 2006 2005 SALES BI Reports and Analytics 100s to 1,000+ Read and Update Queries Business Users, Call Centers, Online Queries, etc Need webcast troubleshooting help? Click attachments
    • © 2013 IBM Corporation DB2 Tech Talk IBM Big Data Strategy: Operational Analytics DB2 10 Distributed Platform Operational Element of our Big Data Story BI / Reporting BI / Reporting Exploration / Visualization Functional App Industry App Predictive Analytics Content Analytics Analytic Applications IBM Big Data Platform Systems Management Application Development Visualization & Discovery Accelerators Information Integration & Governance Hadoop System Stream Computing Data Warehouse • Integrate and manage the full variety, velocity veracity, and volume of data • Apply advanced analytics to information in its native form with the right type of system. Relational analytical appliances announced: • PureData for Analytics NextGen Netezza • PureData for Operational Analytics NextGen IBM Smart Analytics System PureData for Operational Analytics is powered by DB2 10  Real-time, operational data warehousing  Massively Parallel Processing (MPP)  In-database mining & Hybrid OLAP  Native XML & relational data warehouse  Continual Data Ingest for Real-time Analysis  Integration with Hadoop systems Need webcast troubleshooting help? Click attachments
    • © 2013 IBM Corporation DB2 Tech Talk IBM Vision: To deliver a Big Data Family that provides the integrated strengths of our Big Data Platform, Business Analytics, Optimized Storage and Global Services  Analytic Capabilities Query & Reporting Interactive Analytics Predictive Analytics Cognos BI Cognos TM1 SPSS Operational Analytics Identity Insight Prescriptive Analytics iLog ROLAPFraud Detect Risk Analytics Q1 Labs OpenPages Analytic Provisioning Hardware Provisioning IBM Analytics Platform/Solution Factory Marketplace WorkbenchVisualization  NetworkingServersStorage HA Mission Critical DR Cross Site Replication Snapshot Backup Hardware Implications Bandwidth Memory Appliance / Simplification Hadoop Hardware Capabilities Need webcast troubleshooting help? Click attachments
    • © 2013 IBM Corporation DB2 Tech Talk Performance and Mixed Workloads – Mixed Workloads • Data Mining • Call Center • Small, large and extra large queries • High concurrency • Example: Need webcast troubleshooting help? Click attachments
    • © 2013 IBM Corporation DB2 Tech Talk Proven Scalability  Value to clients – Can grow system as needed by adding data nodes – Typical customers grow data by 30% per year Extra Small (Min Config) + Small Medium 1/3 Rack 23 TB 2/3 Rack 46 TB Full Rack 69 TB 0 to 18 Data Expansion Racks + + Max Config 1.2 PB Need webcast troubleshooting help? Click attachments
    • © 2013 IBM Corporation DB2 Tech Talk Availability and Concurrency Need webcast troubleshooting help? Click attachments
    • © 2013 IBM Corporation DB2 Tech Talk PureData For Operational Analytics Need webcast troubleshooting help? Click attachments
    • © 2013 IBM Corporation DB2 Tech Talk Optimized for data services: Transactional Analytics Expert integrated: Data platform Infrastructure Unified platform management Built-in expertise IBM PureData System: Optimized exclusively for data services Workload optimized performance Fast time-to-value Integrated management Single point of support Automated updates for faster maintenance Data Platform Delivering Data Services Need webcast troubleshooting help? Click attachments
    • © 2013 IBM Corporation DB2 Tech Talk IBM PureData System for Operational Analytics Optimized exclusively for operational analytic data workloads Speed  Designed for 1000+ concurrent operational queries  Continuous ingest of operational data  MPP analytics (Massively Parallel Processing) Simplicity  Fast time-to-value  Automatic, policy-based data placement and workload management  Integrated management and support Scalability  Multiple sizes with data capacity up to a Petabyte Smart  In-database analytics for leading applications  Supports DB2 applications unchanged and Oracle Database apps with minimal change  Clients have experienced cases of 10x storage space savings via Adaptive Compression Delivering data services for operational analytics System for Operational Analytics Need webcast troubleshooting help? Click attachments
    • © 2013 IBM Corporation DB2 Tech Talk • Embedded 7710 Single box solution – scales down as well as up oThe starting building block for 7700 scalable • Consolidated GUI Console – significantly improved operational experience o“Single pane of glass” oAlerts for all HW/SW components oMaintenance for all firmware/software cluster wide oIntegrated OPM application management • Enhanced availability – fewer components, reduced outage time oIntegrated Backup leveraging 900 GB HDD oRoving Standby, Hot swap SSD o56x fewer managed resources; 1/3rd fewer relationships • Enhanced next generation SSD and enclosure oDense (1U) Dual Controller SSD enclosure oRAID-10 at high IOPS and bandwidth • Higher Density – simpler manufacturing, shipment, service oOne HA group per rack: no FC cables cross racks oP730 2U server: ½ the rack space oDense SSD enclosure, Double Dense IO cards • Higher I/O Bandwidth – high ingest capability, high scaling o40 Gbps etherchannel interconnect o64 Gbps FC storage bandwidth • New Software Stack – DB210 capabilities oAIX 7.1 + DB2 10 Pure Data for Operational Analytics New Features Need webcast troubleshooting help? Click attachments
    • © 2013 IBM Corporation DB2 Tech Talk A1791 Component Building Blocks Server Nodes IBM 8205-E6C IBM 8231-E2C Storage IBM SSD 5888 IBM V7 2076-124 IBM V7 2076-224 Ethernet Switches IBM 1G 1455-64C IBM 10G 1455-48E SAN switches SAN48B-5 HMC 7042-CR6 Figures are not to scale 1 U 2 U 3 U 4 U 5 U 6 U 7 U 8 U 9 U 10U 11U 12U 13U 14U 15U 16U 17U 18U 19U 20U 21U 22U 23U 24U 25U 26U 27U 28U 29U 30U 31U 32U 33U 34U 35U 36U 37U 38U 39U 40U 41U 42U PDU PDUPDU PDU Cable ingress / egress Cable ingress / egress HMC 1 HMC 2 Keyboard/Monitor/KVM Switch Pwr Cord Routing Filler panels Cable Ingress / Egress Cable Ingress / Egress Foundation Server 740_2 SSD Enclosure 2 10G Enet SW10G Enet SW 2 1G Enet SW 3 1G Enet SW 4 10G Enet SW 3 10G Enet SW 4 10G Enet SW 1 Document Drawer 1G Enet SW 1 1G Enet SW 2 SAN Switch 2 SAN Switch 1 Storage Controller 1 SSD Enclosure 1 Storage Expansion 2 Storage Expansion 1 Foundation Standby 740_1 Filler panels 1 U 2 U 3 U 4 U 5 U 6 U 7 U 8 U 9 U 10U 11U 12U 13U 14U 15U 16U 17U 18U 19U 20U 21U 22U 23U 24U 25U 26U 27U 28U 29U 30U 31U 32U 33U 34U 35U 36U 37U 38U 39U 40U 41U 42U Filler panels PDU PDUPDU PDU Cable ingress / egress Cable ingress / egress Data Server 730_2 Storage Controller_2 SSD Enclosure_1 Storage Expansion_2 Storage Expansion_1 SSD Enclosure_2 Data Standby 730_1 Storage Controller_1 Data Server 730_3 Storage Controller_4 Storage Expansion_4 Storage Expansion_3 SSD Enclosure_3 Storage Controller_3 Data Server 730_4 Storage Controller_6 Storage Expansion_6 Storage Expansion_5 SSD Enclosure_4 Storage Controller_5 Switch Pwr Cord Routing Cable Ingress / Egress Cable Ingress / Egress SAN Switch 1 SAN Switch 2 XL Foundation Rack Data Rack (s) Capacity Add-on Data Racks Data Module 1 Data Module 2 Data Module 3 Roving Standby Module Foundation Modules Need webcast troubleshooting help? Click attachments
    • © 2013 IBM Corporation DB2 Tech Talk Add-On up to 5 x 8279-AD3 Add-On up to 2 x 8279-AD3 Upgrade path Upgrade path Capacity Expansion Add-On 8279-AD2 1 U 2 U 3 U 4 U 5 U 6 U 7 U 8 U 9 U 10U 11U 12U 13U 14U 15U 16U 17U 18U 19U 20U 21U 22U 23U 24U 25U 26U 27U 28U 29U 30U 31U 32U 33U 34U 35U 36U 37U 38U 39U 40U 41U 42U Filler panels PDU PDUPDU PDU Cable ingress / egress 2/3DataRack Cable ingress / egress Data Server 730_2 Storage Controller_2 SSD Enclosure_1 Storage Expansion_2 Storage Expansion_1 SSD Enclosure_2 Data Standby 730_1 Storage Controller_1 Data Server 730_3 Storage Controller_4 Storage Expansion_4 Storage Expansion_3 SSD Enclosure_3 Storage Controller_3 Switch Pwr Cord Routing Cable Ingress / Egress Cable Ingress / Egress SAN Switch 1 SAN Switch 2 1 U 2 U 3 U 4 U 5 U 6 U 7 U 8 U 9 U 10U 11U 12U 13U 14U 15U 16U 17U 18U 19U 20U 21U 22U 23U 24U 25U 26U 27U 28U 29U 30U 31U 32U 33U 34U 35U 36U 37U 38U 39U 40U 41U 42U Filler panels PDU PDUPDU PDU Cable ingress / egress FullDataRack Cable ingress / egress Data Server 730_2 Storage Controller_2 SSD Enclosure_1 Storage Expansion_2 Storage Expansion_1 SSD Enclosure_2 Data Standby 730_1 Storage Controller_1 Data Server 730_3 Storage Controller_4 Storage Expansion_4 Storage Expansion_3 SSD Enclosure_3 Storage Controller_3 Data Server 730_4 Storage Controller_6 Storage Expansion_6 Storage Expansion_5 SSD Enclosure_4 Storage Controller_5 Switch Pwr Cord Routing Cable Ingress / Egress Cable Ingress / Egress SAN Switch 1 SAN Switch 2 8279-AD38279-AD1 1 U 2 U 3 U 4 U 5 U 6 U 7 U 8 U 9 U 10U 11U 12U 13U 14U 15U 16U 17U 18U 19U 20U 21U 22U 23U 24U 25U 26U 27U 28U 29U 30U 31U 32U 33U 34U 35U 36U 37U 38U 39U 40U 41U 42U Filler panels PDU PDUPDU PDU Cable ingress / egress 1/3DataRack Cable ingress / egress Data Server 730_2 Storage Controller_2 SSD Enclosure_1 Storage Expansion_2 Storage Expansion_1 SSD Enclosure_2 Data Standby 730_1 Storage Controller_1 Switch Pwr Cord Routing Cable Ingress / Egress Cable Ingress / Egress SAN Switch 2 SAN Switch 1 MTM: XS - 8279-A01 (0.5D) S - 8279-A02 (1.5D) M - 8279-A03 (2.5D) L - 8279-A04 (3.5D) Scalable to 9.5 D XL - 8279-A05 (3.5D) Scalable to 18.5 D Data Expansion Add-on: 8279-AD1 (1D) 8279-AD2 (2D) 8279-AD3 (3D) 8279-A04 1 U 2 U 3 U 4 U 5 U 6 U 7 U 8 U 9 U 10U 11U 12U 13U 14U 15U 16U 17U 18U 19U 20U 21U 22U 23U 24U 25U 26U 27U 28U 29U 30U 31U 32U 33U 34U 35U 36U 37U 38U 39U 40U 41U 42U PDU PDUPDU PDU Cable ingress / egress Cable ingress / egress FoundationRack Filler panels Cable Ingress / Egress Cable Ingress / Egress Foundation Server 740_2 SSD Enclosure 2 10G Enet SW 2 10G Enet SW 1 Document Drawer 1G Enet SW 1 1G Enet SW 2 SAN Switch 2 SAN Switch 1 Storage Controller 1 SSD Enclosure 1 Storage Expansion 2 Storage Expansion 1 Foundation Standby 740_1 HMC 2 Keyboard/Monitor/KVM HMC 1 Filler panels 1 U 2 U 3 U 4 U 5 U 6 U 7 U 8 U 9 U 10U 11U 12U 13U 14U 15U 16U 17U 18U 19U 20U 21U 22U 23U 24U 25U 26U 27U 28U 29U 30U 31U 32U 33U 34U 35U 36U 37U 38U 39U 40U 41U 42U Filler panels PDU PDUPDU PDU Cable ingress / egress FullDataRack Cable ingress / egress Data Server 730_2 Storage Controller_2 SSD Enclosure_1 Storage Expansion_2 Storage Expansion_1 SSD Enclosure_2 Data Standby 730_1 Storage Controller_1 Data Server 730_3 Storage Controller_4 Storage Expansion_4 Storage Expansion_3 SSD Enclosure_3 Storage Controller_3 Data Server 730_4 Storage Controller_6 Storage Expansion_6 Storage Expansion_5 SSD Enclosure_4 Storage Controller_5 Switch Pwr Cord Routing Cable Ingress / Egress Cable Ingress / Egress SAN Switch 1 SAN Switch 2 8279-A05 1 U 2 U 3 U 4 U 5 U 6 U 7 U 8 U 9 U 10U 11U 12U 13U 14U 15U 16U 17U 18U 19U 20U 21U 22U 23U 24U 25U 26U 27U 28U 29U 30U 31U 32U 33U 34U 35U 36U 37U 38U 39U 40U 41U 42U PDU PDUPDU PDU Cable ingress / egress Cable ingress / egress XLFoundationRack HMC 1 HMC 2 Keyboard/Monitor/KVM Switch Pwr Cord Routing Filler panels Cable Ingress / Egress Cable Ingress / Egress Foundation Server 740_2 SSD Enclosure 2 10G Enet SW10G Enet SW 2 1G Enet SW 3 1G Enet SW 4 10G Enet SW 3 10G Enet SW 4 10G Enet SW 1 Document Drawer 1G Enet SW 1 1G Enet SW 2 SAN Switch 2 SAN Switch 1 Storage Controller 1 SSD Enclosure 1 Storage Expansion 2 Storage Expansion 1 Foundation Standby 740_1 Filler panels 1 U 2 U 3 U 4 U 5 U 6 U 7 U 8 U 9 U 10U 11U 12U 13U 14U 15U 16U 17U 18U 19U 20U 21U 22U 23U 24U 25U 26U 27U 28U 29U 30U 31U 32U 33U 34U 35U 36U 37U 38U 39U 40U 41U 42U Filler panels PDU PDUPDU PDU Cable ingress / egress FullDataRack Cable ingress / egress Data Server 730_2 Storage Controller_2 SSD Enclosure_1 Storage Expansion_2 Storage Expansion_1 SSD Enclosure_2 Data Standby 730_1 Storage Controller_1 Data Server 730_3 Storage Controller_4 Storage Expansion_4 Storage Expansion_3 SSD Enclosure_3 Storage Controller_3 Data Server 730_4 Storage Controller_6 Storage Expansion_6 Storage Expansion_5 SSD Enclosure_4 Storage Controller_5 Switch Pwr Cord Routing Cable Ingress / Egress Cable Ingress / Egress SAN Switch 1 SAN Switch 2 8279-A01 1 U 2 U 3 U 4 U 5 U 6 U 7 U 8 U 9 U 10U 11U 12U 13U 14U 15U 16U 17U 18U 19U 20U 21U 22U 23U 24U 25U 26U 27U 28U 29U 30U 31U 32U 33U 34U 35U 36U 37U 38U 39U 40U 41U 42U PDU PDUPDU PDU Cable ingress / egress Cable ingress / egress FoundationRack Filler panels Cable Ingress / Egress Cable Ingress / Egress Foundation Server 740_2 SSD Enclosure 2 10G Enet SW 2 10G Enet SW 1 Document Drawer 1G Enet SW 1 1G Enet SW 2 SAN Switch 2 SAN Switch 1 Storage Controller 1 SSD Enclosure 1 Storage Expansion 2 Storage Expansion 1 Foundation Standby 740_1 HMC 2 Keyboard/Monitor/KVM HMC 1 Filler panels 8279-A02 1 U 2 U 3 U 4 U 5 U 6 U 7 U 8 U 9 U 10U 11U 12U 13U 14U 15U 16U 17U 18U 19U 20U 21U 22U 23U 24U 25U 26U 27U 28U 29U 30U 31U 32U 33U 34U 35U 36U 37U 38U 39U 40U 41U 42U PDU PDUPDU PDU Cable ingress / egress Cable ingress / egress FoundationRack Filler panels Cable Ingress / Egress Cable Ingress / Egress Foundation Server 740_2 SSD Enclosure 2 10G Enet SW 2 10G Enet SW 1 Document Drawer 1G Enet SW 1 1G Enet SW 2 SAN Switch 2 SAN Switch 1 Storage Controller 1 SSD Enclosure 1 Storage Expansion 2 Storage Expansion 1 Foundation Standby 740_1 HMC 2 Keyboard/Monitor/KVM HMC 1 Filler panels Filler panels 1 U 2 U 3 U 4 U 5 U 6 U 7 U 8 U 9 U 10U 11U 12U 13U 14U 15U 16U 17U 18U 19U 20U 21U 22U 23U 24U 25U 26U 27U 28U 29U 30U 31U 32U 33U 34U 35U 36U 37U 38U 39U 40U 41U 42U Filler panels PDU PDUPDU PDU Cable ingress / egress 1/3DataRack Cable ingress / egress Data Server 730_2 Storage Controller_2 SSD Enclosure_1 Storage Expansion_2 Storage Expansion_1 SSD Enclosure_2 Data Standby 730_1 Storage Controller_1 SAN Switch 2 Cable Ingress / Egress Cable Ingress / Egress SAN Switch 1 8279-A03 1 U 2 U 3 U 4 U 5 U 6 U 7 U 8 U 9 U 10U 11U 12U 13U 14U 15U 16U 17U 18U 19U 20U 21U 22U 23U 24U 25U 26U 27U 28U 29U 30U 31U 32U 33U 34U 35U 36U 37U 38U 39U 40U 41U 42U PDU PDUPDU PDU Cable ingress / egress Cable ingress / egress FoundationRack Filler panels Cable Ingress / Egress Cable Ingress / Egress Foundation Server 740_2 SSD Enclosure 2 10G Enet SW 2 10G Enet SW 1 Document Drawer 1G Enet SW 1 1G Enet SW 2 SAN Switch 2 SAN Switch 1 Storage Controller 1 SSD Enclosure 1 Storage Expansion 2 Storage Expansion 1 Foundation Standby 740_1 HMC 2 Keyboard/Monitor/KVM HMC 1 Filler panels 1 U 2 U 3 U 4 U 5 U 6 U 7 U 8 U 9 U 10U 11U 12U 13U 14U 15U 16U 17U 18U 19U 20U 21U 22U 23U 24U 25U 26U 27U 28U 29U 30U 31U 32U 33U 34U 35U 36U 37U 38U 39U 40U 41U 42U Filler panels PDU PDUPDU PDU Cable ingress / egress FullDataRack Cable ingress / egress Data Server 730_2 Storage Controller_2 SSD Enclosure_1 Storage Expansion_2 Storage Expansion_1 SSD Enclosure_2 Data Standby 730_1 Storage Controller_1 Data Server 730_3 Storage Controller_4 Storage Expansion_4 Storage Expansion_3 SSD Enclosure_3 Storage Controller_3 Switch Pwr Cord Routing Cable Ingress / Egress Cable Ingress / Egress SAN Switch 1 SAN Switch 2 Config Summary Need webcast troubleshooting help? 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    • © 2013 IBM Corporation DB2 Tech Talk MES Upgrade / Add-on Options Model Upgrade: A01 – A04 Data nodes add-on ( lesser than 9D) Data Server 730 Storage Controller Storage Expansion Storage Expansion SSD Enclosure Storage Controller Data Node Add (MES upgrade) AD2AD3 Field Install Field Install Data Server 730 Storage Controller Storage Expansion Storage Expansion SSD Enclosure Storage Controller A01A02 1 U 2 U 3 U 4 U 5 U 6 U 7 U 8 U 9 U 10U 11U 12U 13U 14U 15U 16U 17U 18U 19U 20U 21U 22U 23U 24U 25U 26U 27U 28U 29U 30U 31U 32U 33U 34U 35U 36U 37U 38U 39U 40U 41U 42U Filler panels PDU PDUPDU PDU Cable ingress / egress 1/3DataRack Cable ingress / egress Data Server 730_2 Storage Controller_2 SSD Enclosure_1 Storage Expansion_2 Storage Expansion_1 SSD Enclosure_2 Data Standby 730_1 Storage Controller_1 Switch Pwr Cord Routing Cable Ingress / Egress Cable Ingress / Egress SAN Switch 1 SAN Switch 2 8279-AD1 Model Upgrade: AD1– AD3 8279-A04 1 U 2 U 3 U 4 U 5 U 6 U 7 U 8 U 9 U 10U 11U 12U 13U 14U 15U 16U 17U 18U 19U 20U 21U 22U 23U 24U 25U 26U 27U 28U 29U 30U 31U 32U 33U 34U 35U 36U 37U 38U 39U 40U 41U 42U PDU PDUPDU PDU Cable ingress / egress Cable ingress / egress FoundationRack Filler panels Cable Ingress / Egress Cable Ingress / Egress Foundation Server 740_2 SSD Enclosure 2 10G Enet SW 2 10G Enet SW 1 Document Drawer 1G Enet SW 1 1G Enet SW 2 SAN Switch 2 SAN Switch 1 Storage Controller 1 SSD Enclosure 1 Storage Expansion 2 Storage Expansion 1 Foundation Standby 740_1 HMC 2 Keyboard/Monitor/KVM HMC 1 Filler panels 8279-AD1/2/3 Field Install Add-On below 9 Data Modules 1 U 2 U 3 U 4 U 5 U 6 U 7 U 8 U 9 U 10U 11U 12U 13U 14U 15U 16U 17U 18U 19U 20U 21U 22U 23U 24U 25U 26U 27U 28U 29U 30U 31U 32U 33U 34U 35U 36U 37U 38U 39U 40U 41U 42U Filler panels PDU PDUPDU PDU Cable ingress / egress FullDataRack Cable ingress / egress Data Server 730_2 Storage Controller_2 SSD Enclosure_1 Storage Expansion_2 Storage Expansion_1 SSD Enclosure_2 Data Standby 730_1 Storage Controller_1 Data Server 730_3 Storage Controller_4 Storage Expansion_4 Storage Expansion_3 SSD Enclosure_3 Storage Controller_3 Data Server 730_4 Storage Controller_6 Storage Expansion_6 Storage Expansion_5 SSD Enclosure_4 Storage Controller_5 Switch Pwr Cord Routing Cable Ingress / Egress Cable Ingress / Egress SAN Switch 1 SAN Switch 2 1 U 2 U 3 U 4 U 5 U 6 U 7 U 8 U 9 U 10U 11U 12U 13U 14U 15U 16U 17U 18U 19U 20U 21U 22U 23U 24U 25U 26U 27U 28U 29U 30U 31U 32U 33U 34U 35U 36U 37U 38U 39U 40U 41U 42U Filler panels PDU PDUPDU PDU Cable ingress / egress FullDataRack Cable ingress / egress Data Server 730_2 Storage Controller_2 SSD Enclosure_1 Storage Expansion_2 Storage Expansion_1 SSD Enclosure_2 Data Standby 730_1 Storage Controller_1 Data Server 730_3 Storage Controller_4 Storage Expansion_4 Storage Expansion_3 SSD Enclosure_3 Storage Controller_3 Data Server 730_4 Storage Controller_6 Storage Expansion_6 Storage Expansion_5 SSD Enclosure_4 Storage Controller_5 Switch Pwr Cord Routing Cable Ingress / Egress Cable Ingress / Egress SAN Switch 1 SAN Switch 2 1 U 2 U 3 U 4 U 5 U 6 U 7 U 8 U 9 U 10U 11U 12U 13U 14U 15U 16U 17U 18U 19U 20U 21U 22U 23U 24U 25U 26U 27U 28U 29U 30U 31U 32U 33U 34U 35U 36U 37U 38U 39U 40U 41U 42U PDU PDUPDU PDU Cable ingress / egress Cable ingress / egress FoundationRack Filler panels Cable Ingress / Egress Cable Ingress / Egress Foundation Server 740_2 SSD Enclosure 2 10G Enet SW 2 10G Enet SW 1 Document Drawer 1G Enet SW 1 1G Enet SW 2 SAN Switch 2 SAN Switch 1 Storage Controller 1 SSD Enclosure 1 Storage Expansion 2 Storage Expansion 1 Foundation Standby 740_1 HMC 2 Keyboard/Monitor/KVM HMC 1 Filler panels 1 U 2 U 3 U 4 U 5 U 6 U 7 U 8 U 9 U 10U 11U 12U 13U 14U 15U 16U 17U 18U 19U 20U 21U 22U 23U 24U 25U 26U 27U 28U 29U 30U 31U 32U 33U 34U 35U 36U 37U 38U 39U 40U 41U 42U Filler panels PDU PDUPDU PDU Cable ingress / egress 1/3DataRack Cable ingress / egress Data Server 730_2 Storage Controller_2 SSD Enclosure_1 Storage Expansion_2 Storage Expansion_1 SSD Enclosure_2 Data Standby 730_1 Storage Controller_1 Switch Pwr Cord Routing Cable Ingress / Egress Cable Ingress / Egress SAN Switch 1 SAN Switch 2 Field Install Data Server 730 Storage Controller Storage Expansion Storage Expansion SSD Enclosure Storage Controller Data Node Add (MES upgrade) A03A04 Field Install Field Install Data Server 730 Storage Controller Storage Expansion Storage Expansion SSD Enclosure Storage Controller A02A03 Field Install Field Install Switch Expansion Upgrade Model A04A05 8279-A04 1 U 2 U 3 U 4 U 5 U 6 U 7 U 8 U 9 U 10U 11U 12U 13U 14U 15U 16U 17U 18U 19U 20U 21U 22U 23U 24U 25U 26U 27U 28U 29U 30U 31U 32U 33U 34U 35U 36U 37U 38U 39U 40U 41U 42U PDU PDUPDU PDU Cable ingress / egress Cable ingress / egress FoundationRack HMC 1 HMC 2 Keyboard/Monitor/KVM Switch Pwr Cord Routing Filler panels Cable Ingress / Egress Cable Ingress / Egress Foundation Server 740 SSD Enclosure 10G Enet SW10G Enet SW 1 10G Enet SW 2 Document Drawer 1G Enet SW 2 1G Enet SW 1 SAN Switch 2 SAN Switch 1 Storage Controller SSD Enclosure Storage Expansion Storage Expansion Foundation Standby 740 Filler panels 8279-AD3 8279-AD3 Add-On beyond 9 Data Modules 1G Enet SW 3 1G Enet SW 4 10G Enet SW 3 10G Enet SW 4 8279-AD1 1 U 2 U 3 U 4 U 5 U 6 U 7 U 8 U 9 U 10U 11U 12U 13U 14U 15U 16U 17U 18U 19U 20U 21U 22U 23U 24U 25U 26U 27U 28U 29U 30U 31U 32U 33U 34U 35U 36U 37U 38U 39U 40U 41U 42U Filler panels PDU PDUPDU PDU Cable ingress / egress 1/3DataRack Cable ingress / egress Data Server 730_2 Storage Controller_2 SSD Enclosure_1 Storage Expansion_2 Storage Expansion_1 SSD Enclosure_2 Data Standby 730_1 Storage Controller_1 Switch Pwr Cord Routing Cable Ingress / Egress Cable Ingress / Egress SAN Switch 2 SAN Switch 1 1 U 2 U 3 U 4 U 5 U 6 U 7 U 8 U 9 U 10U 11U 12U 13U 14U 15U 16U 17U 18U 19U 20U 21U 22U 23U 24U 25U 26U 27U 28U 29U 30U 31U 32U 33U 34U 35U 36U 37U 38U 39U 40U 41U 42U Filler panels PDU PDUPDU PDU Cable ingress / egress FullDataRack Cable ingress / egress Data Server 730_2 Storage Controller_2 SSD Enclosure_1 Storage Expansion_2 Storage Expansion_1 SSD Enclosure_2 Data Standby 730_1 Storage Controller_1 Data Server 730_3 Storage Controller_4 Storage Expansion_4 Storage Expansion_3 SSD Enclosure_3 Storage Controller_3 Data Server 730_4 Storage Controller_6 Storage Expansion_6 Storage Expansion_5 SSD Enclosure_4 Storage Controller_5 Switch Pwr Cord Routing Cable Ingress / Egress Cable Ingress / Egress SAN Switch 1 SAN Switch 2 1 U 2 U 3 U 4 U 5 U 6 U 7 U 8 U 9 U 10U 11U 12U 13U 14U 15U 16U 17U 18U 19U 20U 21U 22U 23U 24U 25U 26U 27U 28U 29U 30U 31U 32U 33U 34U 35U 36U 37U 38U 39U 40U 41U 42U Filler panels PDU PDUPDU PDU Cable ingress / egress FullDataRack Cable ingress / egress Data Server 730_2 Storage Controller_2 SSD Enclosure_1 Storage Expansion_2 Storage Expansion_1 SSD Enclosure_2 Data Standby 730_1 Storage Controller_1 Data Server 730_3 Storage Controller_4 Storage Expansion_4 Storage Expansion_3 SSD Enclosure_3 Storage Controller_3 Data Server 730_4 Storage Controller_6 Storage Expansion_6 Storage Expansion_5 SSD Enclosure_4 Storage Controller_5 Switch Pwr Cord Routing Cable Ingress / Egress Cable Ingress / Egress SAN Switch 1 SAN Switch 2 1 U 2 U 3 U 4 U 5 U 6 U 7 U 8 U 9 U 10U 11U 12U 13U 14U 15U 16U 17U 18U 19U 20U 21U 22U 23U 24U 25U 26U 27U 28U 29U 30U 31U 32U 33U 34U 35U 36U 37U 38U 39U 40U 41U 42U Filler panels PDU PDUPDU PDU Cable ingress / egress FullDataRack Cable ingress / egress Data Server 730_2 Storage Controller_2 SSD Enclosure_1 Storage Expansion_2 Storage Expansion_1 SSD Enclosure_2 Data Standby 730_1 Storage Controller_1 Data Server 730_3 Storage Controller_4 Storage Expansion_4 Storage Expansion_3 SSD Enclosure_3 Storage Controller_3 Data Server 730_4 Storage Controller_6 Storage Expansion_6 Storage Expansion_5 SSD Enclosure_4 Storage Controller_5 Switch Pwr Cord Routing Cable Ingress / Egress Cable Ingress / Egress SAN Switch 1 SAN Switch 2 Data nodes add-on 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    • © 2013 IBM Corporation DB2 Tech Talk A1791 Configuration Sizes Size System Part Number Modules Primary Data (TB) Backup Cold Data(TB) Comments Foundation Data XS A1791-01 8279-A01 1 0 10.8 21.6 0.5D S A1791-02 8279-A02 1 1 32.4 64.8 1.5D M A1791-03 8279-A03 1 2 54.0 108.0 2.5D L A1791-04 8279-A04 1 3+ 75.6 151.2 3.5D to 9.5D (add up to 2 full add- on racks AD3) XL A1791-X4 8279-A05 1+switches 3+ 75.6 151.2 3.5D to 18.5D (add up to 5 full add- on racks AD3) Add-on data 1 A1791-E1 8279-AD1 n/a 1 21.6 43.2 1D Add-on data 2 A1791-E2d 8279-AD2 n/a 2 43.2 86.4 2D Add-on data 3 A1791-E3 8279-AD3 n/a 3 64.8 129.6 3D  Capacity per data module (foundation module has half) – 21.6 TB Primary ―Hot‖ Active data – 43.2 TB free space (for backups, cold data, etc.) Need webcast troubleshooting help? Click attachments
    • © 2013 IBM Corporation DB2 Tech Talk PureData System for Operational Analytics System Console  Provide ―Easy to Use‖, ―Common‖ interfaces for management of Pure System Family Unified Appliance UI Alerting via SNMP & Email (Single System Software Status, Hardware) Platform Monitoring (Hardware and non workload specific) Maintenance Wizard (Launch point integration) User Authentication (For console roles/access only) Workload Monitoring OPM (SSO, Debranding, LIC) License Acceptance On initial interface access System Console Management Monitoring Maintenance Need webcast troubleshooting help? Click attachments
    • © 2013 IBM Corporation DB2 Tech Talk Simplified maintenance with pre-integrated fixes Single point of contact for support Automated updates for faster maintenance All hardware firmware and OS software patches integrated and tested together at the factory Need webcast troubleshooting help? Click attachments
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    • © 2013 IBM Corporation DB2 Tech Talk The Overview Dashboard – At a Glance view Details on OS-level system CPU and paging utilization, and a break down of time within DB2
    • © 2013 IBM Corporation DB2 Tech Talk The Overview Dashboard – At a Glance view Throughput within DB2 (statements, transactions, rows and connections) and average response time Need webcast troubleshooting help? Click attachments
    • © 2013 IBM Corporation DB2 Tech Talk The Overview Dashboard – At a Glance view Top 3 SQLs – by elapsed time, CPU time, rows read, or lock wait time Need webcast troubleshooting help? Click attachments
    • © 2013 IBM Corporation DB2 Tech Talk The Overview Dashboard – At a Glance view Two key pureScale metrics shown here: - GBP hit ratio - Average XI time Performance focus: choose a tab to show core information on locking, I/O, SQL or pureScale-specific metrics. Need webcast troubleshooting help? Click attachments
    • © 2013 IBM Corporation DB2 Tech Talk Performance Overview Report  Provides good top-level view of overall system performance – Choose metrics and sort orders that are most relevant for the database being analyzed  Report is exportable to pdf/xls/ppt formats – Useful for upline reporting – Drill-down available via other reports: Need webcast troubleshooting help? Click attachments
    • © 2013 IBM Corporation DB2 Tech Talk Drill down to alert in Database Performance Monitor
    • © 2013 IBM Corporation DB2 Tech Talk Enhanced Information Center  Information is organized according to topic area and operational lifecycle – Overview, Planning, Getting Started, Operational Tasks, Advanced Tasks, Troubleshooting, Reference – Each section has further detail, and links to relevant information  Easily searchable within the Information Center  Easily searchable from any search engine  Ability for users to enter comments on topics and participate in discussions Need webcast troubleshooting help? Click attachments
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    • © 2013 IBM Corporation DB2 Tech Talk 46 Time Travel Query Easily Analyze Historical Trends and Predict Future Demand “The introduction of the Time Travel Query feature greatly simplifies the development and maintenance of time-aware application code, resulting in up to 9 times coding cost savings.” —Pradeep Naik, Wipro Technologies Multi-Temperature Data Management Increase Ability to Meet SLAs; Postpone Hardware Upgrades “The multi-temperature database management feature of DB2 V10.1 is great because the hardware world is not just RAM and hard disks. There are many types of storage options with different I/O speeds and prices…..” —Thomas Kalb, CEO ITGAIN GmbH Row and Column Access Control Easy Compliance with Privacy and Sensitive Data Requirements “Row and Column Access Control helps us to improve data confidentiality and security in production environments.” —Jessica Tatiana Flores Montiel, DAFROS Multiservicios Over 3X Performance Improvements • Zig-Zag Join technology for Hi-Performance BI Queries • New Multi-threading Enhancements for Higher efficiency and query concurrency • Faster Index Access for enhanced Query performance Infosphere warehouse 10 Taking High Performance Operational Warehousing to the next level Need webcast troubleshooting help? Click attachments
    • © 2013 IBM Corporation DB2 Tech Talk Index Management Re-defined  Jump Scan  Smart Index Pre-fetching  Smart Data Pre-fetching  Predicate Evaluation Avoidance  Higher performance – Faster index performance  Lower costs – Fewer indexes to maintain – Dramatic reduction in index reorgs “Jump Scan optimizes buffer usage by 75 to 80%, resulting in very good improvement in overall performance and saving the CPU cycles.” —Shanmukhaiah D, Cognizant Technology Solutions. Need webcast troubleshooting help? Click attachments
    • © 2013 IBM Corporation DB2 Tech Talk 48 Breakthrough Savings with Adaptive Compression Lower Storage Costs; Lower Administration Costs 48  Higher performance – More efficient operation – Reduced maintenance windows  Lower costs – Postpone upcoming storage purchases – Lower ongoing storage needs – Easier administration with reduced need for table re-orgs “Our migration from Oracle Database to DB2 resulted in a 40% storage savings. Upgrading to DB2 9.7 and index compression brought our average savings to 57%. Now adaptive compression brings our average savings to 77%, dramatic savings!” —Andrew Juarez, Lead SAP Basis / DBA, Coca Cola Bottling Company. Need webcast troubleshooting help? Click attachments
    • © 2013 IBM Corporation DB2 Tech Talk Continuous Data Ingest for Operational Workloads Continuous Data Ingest - new feature enabled in the underlying database Optimized, continuous loading of data, not just periodically Reduced downtime & Up-to-date data helps feed the warehouse Leads to faster, accurate tactical decision making. “Replacing DB2 Import with Continuous Data Ingest we reduced data ingest time by 94% for a table with 1.7GB of data.” —Chunguang Yuan, China MinSheng Banking Corp. Up to 39X Faster Data Loads ! Need webcast troubleshooting help? Click attachments
    • © 2013 IBM Corporation DB2 Tech Talk 50 DB2 Workload Management Enhancements Increase Ability to Meet SLAs; Postpone Hardware Upgrades  CPU limits – % of resources DB2 can consume  CPU shares – % of limit a service class can consume – Hard shares and soft shares  Higher performance – Prioritize important workloads – More efficient distribution of workloads  Lower cost – Postpone hardware upgrades Other Processes Service Class A Service Class B Service Class C 30% 20%50% DB2 “DB2 10 Workload Manager offers nearly 30% improvement in performance and 40% savings in cost by using system resources to efficiently manage priority for demanding queries.” —Juvenal Garcia Cuevas, SBRT Computing Need webcast troubleshooting help? Click attachments
    • © 2013 IBM Corporation DB2 Tech Talk 51 DB2 Workload Management Enhancements Increase Ability to Meet SLAs; Postpone Hardware Upgrades  CPU limits – % of resources DB2 can consume  CPU shares – % of limit a service class can consume – Hard shares and soft shares  Higher performance – Prioritize important workloads – More efficient distribution of workloads  Lower cost – Postpone hardware upgrades Other Processes Service Class A Service Class B Service Class C 30% 20%50% DB2 “DB2 10 Workload Manager offers nearly 30% improvement in performance and 40% savings in cost by using system resources to efficiently manage priority for demanding queries.” —Juvenal Garcia Cuevas, SBRT Computing Need webcast troubleshooting help? Click attachments
    • © 2013 IBM Corporation DB2 Tech Talk 52 Time Travel Query Easily Analyze Historical Trends and Predict Future Demand  Enable better business decisions  Historical trend analysis  Higher performance – Native support for fast performance  Lower costs – Eliminate need to maintain and update custom temporal implementations – Easy to administer (simply turn on for any table) “The introduction of the Time Travel Query feature greatly simplifies the development and maintenance of time-aware application code, resulting in up to 9 times coding cost savings.” —Pradeep Naik, Wipro Technologies Need webcast troubleshooting help? Click attachments
    • © 2013 IBM Corporation DB2 Tech Talk 53 Row and Column Access Control Easy Compliance with Privacy and Sensitive Data Requirements  Fine-grained access control (policy-driven) – Hide rows from unauthorized users – Mask the value of columns for unauthorized users  Does not require classification  Higher performance – Less data duplication than using ―Views‖ to mask data – More secure than using ―Views‖ to mask data  Lower cost – Easier to implement and maintain – Easier compliance with privacy and sensitive data requirements – Easier to maintain that using application code to mask data “Row and Column Access Control helps us to improve data confidentiality and security in production environments.” —Jessica Tatiana Flores Montiel, DAFROS Multiservicios Need webcast troubleshooting help? Click attachments
    • © 2013 IBM Corporation DB2 Tech Talk Real Time Analytics Value and Case Study Need webcast troubleshooting help? Click attachments
    • © 2013 IBM Corporation DB2 Tech Talk 55 Large telecommunications provider Billion’s of calls made by 100M subscribers each month Continuous, 24 x 7, feeding of data into the Enterprise Data Warehouse 165 database partitions located across a cluster of 22 AIX servers Improved customer service productivity by 42% Need webcast troubleshooting help? Click attachments
    • © 2013 IBM Corporation DB2 Tech Talk 56 Challenge Solution  Needed to deliver a network intelligence solutions to understand:  Subscriber experience for both voice calls and mobile broadband  Network performance  Subscriber behaviour / segmentation  Churn & predict churn  IBM Telecom Industry Data Model  IBM InfoSphere Warehouse software and the Balanced Configuration Unit (renamed IBM Smart Analytics System) provide a comprehensive BI platform for customer information  InfoSphere DataStage and QualityStage software to standardize data and eliminate data inconsistencies 3 UK Telecommunications company Business Benefits  Right time Data Availability  Can understand the Voice and MBB Usage by a number of dimensions – By Dropped Call Rate (Voice) – By UL Volume, DL Volume, UL Throughput & DL Throughput (MBB) – By Subscriber. Location, Time of Day, Device  Subscribers are segmented using the in-built data mining capabilities against the usage patterns. (Customer demographic data is not the answer.)  Behavioural Segmentation – Understand what subscribers have done before they have left us, and identify trends and patterns – Used to detect Fraudulent patterns – faster than the existing Fraud System Need webcast troubleshooting help? Click attachments
    • © 2013 IBM Corporation DB2 Tech Talk 57 Large U.S. Bank Need webcast troubleshooting help? Click attachments
    • © 2013 IBM Corporation DB2 Tech Talk 58 Large U.S. Bank Increased users by 40% and data by 60% with no increase in compute resources • 2400 concurrent users • Maintains SLA for mixed workload that varies significantly over time Need webcast troubleshooting help? Click attachments
    • © 2013 IBM Corporation DB2 Tech Talk 59 “The 360-degree view of the customer that the EDW provides makes us a truly customer- centric organization, helping us to understand our customers, improve our service to them and secure their protection against fraud.” — Director, Enterprise Architecture, A Large North American Financial Institution The Need: To help it fight fraud and identify money-laundering schemes, a large North American financial institution implemented enterprise data warehouse solution. Because customer data was stored in multiple source systems across the bank, with names and dates in ten or more different formats, it made it more difficult to access and interpret the necessary information. The Solution: IBM helped the bank create an enterprise data warehouse (EDW) that delivers consistent, universal data in real time to battle financial crime. The EDW integrates information about every customer and every transaction from diverse sources and provides real-time analytics to help rapidly identify anomalous behavior suggestive of financial crime. Large North American Financial Institution Identifying patterns in real-time to help prevent fraud Benefits:  Ability to identify patterns in real-time helps the bank identify large scale attacks, which may affect multiple customers in several locations, and take action quickly  Implementation of a single crime fighting infrastructure has helped to reduce the number of fraud attacks and financial losses  Integration of information reduced 20+ data marts to one for significant economies of scale and reduced technology investment and maintenance costs Need webcast troubleshooting help? Click attachments
    • © 2013 IBM Corporation DB2 Tech Talk 60 The need: One of the largest public sector banks in India wanted to gain a competitive advantage in a shifting business dynamic and regulatory environment. They needed to mine the vast number of transactions they processes daily to give management better insights for decision making as well as greater knowledge and control over the business. The solution: They asked Tata Consultancy Services to build an Enterprise wide Data Warehouse (EDW) using IBM hardware, software and services. They pulled 1.5 terabytes of data together from many remote systems to give management ready access to vital business information. By mining and leveraging the data, they achieved operational efficiencies, enhanced decision support, and increased profitability. Benefits:  Gaining valuable new insights into customer behavior, retail banking operations and profitability by mining all 1.5 terabytes of EDW data.  they gains valuable new insights into customer behavior as well as new knowledge and control over its business.  $2 million in savings by automating the Management Information System (MIS).  A value of $180 million from new customer leads. “To continue winning in the marketplace, we need to be fast, agile and incisive – based on insights from really knowing our business. We have that now.” Indian National Bank Mining transactions by the terabyte gives managers better insights, control and decision making Need webcast troubleshooting help? Click attachments
    • © 2013 IBM Corporation DB2 Tech Talk 61 Need webcast troubleshooting help? Click attachments Next Steps Roadmap: RealTime Decision Making with PureData for Operational Analytics Read the white paper, Architecting a Big Data Platform for Analytics • bit.ly/12bm7az Watch the short summary video • bit.ly/YY3f7r Visit the PureData Technical Information Center • bit.ly/XGzW9u Download InfoSphere Warehouse • Get hands-on with the DB2-based component of this system • ibm.co/XCQC4X Join the communities • Information Management community, click connect bit.ly/InfoMgmtCommunity • Business Analytics community, click connect: bit.ly/AnalyticsCommunity • Enterprise Content Management community: bit.ly/ECMCommunity Reference Call IBM to schedule a demo or learn more • 1 800 966-9875 (U.S) • 1-888-746-7426 (Canada) • 1800-425-3333 (India) • Or visit http://www.ibm.com/planetwide/ for contact information worldwide PureData page on ibm.com PureData for Operational Analytics page on ibm.com PureData for Operational Analytics DataSheet Data Warehousing and Big Data on IBM Data Mag Step Three Step Two Step One Step Four
    • © 2013 IBM Corporation DB2 Tech Talk 62 Need webcast troubleshooting help? Click attachments Next DB2 Tech Talk: Big Data Warehousing for Data Professionals: What’s Current and Where’s It Going? • March 28, 2013 • Presenter Jessica Rockwood, IBM Warehousing Developer & Performance • Register: bit.ly/tt2013mar IDUG DB2 Tech Conference North America • In-person conference sponsored by IDUG • Orlando, Florida • April 29 – May 3, 2013 • Agenda and registration: www.idug.org, select events No Charge DB2 for Linux, UNIX and Windows Tech Workshop at IDUG Tech Conference 8AM to 2PM • Presenters: Chris Eaton, Danny Arnold and Eric Alton • Yes, you can attend just the workshop • Registration: bit.ly/DB2LUW-IDUG13 Upcoming Tech Talks and other Events Don’t miss these in-depth DB2 and related product talks! Dates and topics subject to change and modification. How to register : DB2 Tech Talks web site
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    • © 2013 IBM Corporation DB2 Tech Talk 64 Need webcast troubleshooting help? Click attachments Thank you, Serge, for all your contributions to the DB2 Tech Talks and the DB2 community! We wish you the best in your new role with the IBM OpenPages development team! And a warm welcome to Rick Swagerman as our new host on the DB2 Tech Talk series.
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