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D1 Novell Occs Slides Lotusdays190907 Handout

  1. 1. Lotusday Arcadeon Hagen, 19. September 2007 Session 1: 15:15 – 16.00 Uhr Novell GmbH http://www.Novell.com SUSE Linux Enterprise Desktop Jens-Gero Boehm
  2. 2. SUSE Linux Enterprise Desktop Open Collaboration Client Solution IBM Lotus Domino Server Solution powered by SUSE Linux Enterprise Jens-Gero Boehm Alliances Manager Central Europe Jens-Gero.Boehm@novell.com
  3. 3. Agenda • Introduction • Open Client Collaboration Solution powered by SUSE Linux Enterprise • More details on SUSE Linux Enterprise Desktop • IBM Linux Backoffice Solutions powered by SUSE Linux Enterprise • IBM Lotus Domino Server Solution • IBM Lotus Sametime Server Solution • IBM Linux Linux Server Solutions • Q&A 3 © Novell Inc. All rights reserved
  4. 4. Introduction
  5. 5. An open enterprise platform - From Desktop to Data Center SUSE Linux Enterprise Desktop Thin End User Devices Client Desktop SUSE Linux Enterprise Retail Point of Service Kiosk/ATM Retail/POS Appliances SUSE Linux Enterprise Server Open Enterprise Server Integrated Stack for Proxy, Firewall, WAP, SUSE Linux File & Print Caching VPN Email VOIP Enterprise SUSE Linux Enterprise Server SUSE Linux Enterprise Real ERP, SCM, Time Mainframe Cluster SAN Database Web CRM, HR 5 © Novell Inc. All rights reserved
  6. 6. SUSE Linux Enterprise Desktop 10 ® Novell Expands the Desktop Linux Target ® Power User Desktops Now Supporting General Purpose Desktops General Purpose Requirements Technical Desktops Workstation Transactional Fixed- Workstation Function (often Thin Client) Deployment Types 6 © Novell Inc. All rights reserved
  7. 7. SUSE Linux Enterprise Desktop ® Doubles the Desktop Linux Addressable Market 6% 7% 34% 21% Fixed Function Transactional Worker Technical Workstation Basic Office Power User Desktop 32% Source: Typical Desktop Mix OSDL Desktop Web Survey 2005 7 © Novell Inc. All rights reserved
  8. 8. SUSE Linux Enterprise ® Subscriptions For one price, subscription to SUSE Linux Enterprise products provide: – Enterprise-class software Backed by 7-year lifecycle and predictable roadmap – Ongoing hardware and software certifications Ensures compatibility with your IT systems – Software patches and security fixes Download, evaluate and deploy updates via Novell ® Customer Center – Access to any supported release Consume technology advancements at your own pace – Technical support Unmatched support from Novell and its partners 8 © Novell Inc. All rights reserved
  9. 9. Microsoft and Novell Partnership Bridging the Divide Products that work together for our Customers New software solutions to address new market needs – Virtualization – Web Services-based Management – Document Format Compatibility > Easily exchange documents between Microsoft Office and OpenOffice.org Reduced risk of deployment 9 © Novell Inc. All rights reserved
  10. 10. Open Collaboration Client Solution and Market Overview
  11. 11. email and collaboration – mission critical? 11 © Novell Inc. All rights reserved
  12. 12. Customers view of email Biz value 12 © Novell Inc. All rights reserved
  13. 13. Open Collaboration Client Solution IBM Lotus Notes – IBM Lotus Notes 8 – integrated Sametime 7.5 Client – Lotus Notes Expeditor – Lotus Mobile Connect – Portal Express – Lotus Productivity Suite (Office) running on SUSE Linux Enterprise Desktop 10 13 © Novell Inc. All rights reserved
  14. 14. Open Collaboration Client Solution What makes it unique: – Fully integrated solution – Seamless “1-Klick” install – Supported by IBM and Novell – Only routes to market are IBM Partners and IBM direct sales – Available through worldwide IBM Lotus Distribution/Reseller Channel – Manageability reduces overall TCO – huge cost saving potential, up to 90% vs. Windows Vista – No operating system vendor lock 14 © Novell Inc. All rights reserved
  15. 15. IBM open collaboration client solution powered by SUSE Linux Enterprise from Novell 15 © Novell Inc.http://www-142.ibm.com/software/sw-lotus/opencollabclientwithnovell All rights reserved
  16. 16. Open Collaboration Client Solution Lower Costs in your current environment Increase User Productivity Strengthen Desktop Security Reduce Management Effort 16 © Novell Inc. All rights reserved
  17. 17. More details on SUSE Linux Enterprise Desktop 10
  18. 18. Desktop Challenges Today's proprietary desktop environments suffer from – High licensing costs – High maintenance and update assurance costs – Usability and productivity limitations – Hardware upgrades – Security issues – Interoperability issues – Vendor lock-in – Flexibility limitations 18 © Novell Inc. All rights reserved
  19. 19. Major Investments in Linux Desktop Investing in the Linux desktop ahead of the market – Full-time Linux desktop engineers Key roles in open source projects – GNOME – Firefox – OpenOffice: #2 contributors after Sun – Kernel – X Working with partners – Co-engineering with Intel on media, ACPI – Co-engineering with Adobe on Acrobat, ATI on drivers – Co-engineering with Real Networks on media with clean IP – Relationship with Google, moving apps to Linux 19 © Novell Inc. All rights reserved
  20. 20. Increase User Productivity • Novell designed the desktop to make users ® more effective ~ Clean, fast and easy interfaces Desktop Search Desktop Effects Mobility Plug and Play 20 © Novell Inc. All rights reserved
  21. 21. Clean, Fast and Easy Interfaces Users will quickly adapt to an easy and friendly working environment SUSE Linux Enterprise ® Desktop is the result of extensive usability testing Novell shares this work through www.betterdesktop.org 21 © Novell Inc. All rights reserved
  22. 22. Better Desktop Who Did We Test? Test subjects came from the following industries: – Education – Medical – Government – Finance/Insurance – Commercial Construction – Technology Computer experience: – Mostly intermediate-level Windows users – Looked for people without any Linux experience, and without “techy” jobs 22 © Novell Inc. All rights reserved
  23. 23. Menu and Application Browser New App. Browser New Main Menu 23 © Novell Inc. All rights reserved
  24. 24. Integrated Desktop Applications OCCS powered by SUSE Linux Enterprise Desktop ® OpenOffice.org 2 Office Productivity Suite: Novell Edition ® Collaboration Tools: IBM Lotus Notes 8 ™ Integrated Desktop Beagle ™ Search: Application Security: AppArmor Multimedia Player: Helix Banshee Photo Management: F-Spot Note-Taking Application: Tomboy Web Browser: Mozilla Firefox 24 © Novell Inc. All rights reserved
  25. 25. OpenOffice.org 2 Novell Edition ® Novell is the second largest contributor Fully supports Open Document Format Improved Calc interoperability – Microsoft Excel VB macro support (1st to solve) – Better support for pivot tables Improved slide show rendering – Smooth looking lines and edges (anti-aliasing) – True alpha transparency in animations Multimedia playback support Collaboration client (Evolution ) integration ™ Font fidelity 25 © Novell Inc. All rights reserved
  26. 26. Novell and the ODF Alliance ® Open Document Format OpenDocument Format – Emerging, open XML-based document file format standard for electronic office documents (spreadsheets, charts, presentations) – Open standard, protecting information for being “locked” by technology – Developed as an application-independent file format by OASIS – Approved by ISO and IEC as international standard Goals of ODF Alliance – Promote and advance the use of OpenDocument Format – Enable public sector to have greater control over and direct management of their own records, information and documents Benefits of ODF – Ensures that documents are usable and accessible in the future by anyone, at any time. – Offers (not only) public sector a greater choice, including both proprietary and open source applications, by providing interoperability among office suites – Promotes innovation in the market for office applications. ODF provides freedom of action, choice, flexibility and reliability, and prevents from vendor lock-out. 26 © Novell Inc. All rights reserved
  27. 27. Integrated Desktop Applications OCCS powered by SUSE Linux Enterprise Desktop ® OpenOffice.org 2 Office Productivity Suite: Novell Edition ® Collaboration Tools: IBM Lotus Notes 8 ™ Integrated Desktop Beagle ™ Search: Application Security: AppArmor Multimedia Player: Helix Banshee Photo Management: F-Spot Note-Taking Application: Tomboy Web Browser: Mozilla Firefox 27 © Novell Inc. All rights reserved
  28. 28. IBM Lotus Notes 8 on SUSE Linux Enterprise 28 © Novell Inc. All rights reserved
  29. 29. IBM Lotus Notes 8 on SUSE Linux Enterprise Lotus Notes8 new user interface Lotus Documents (Office Functionality) 29 © Novell Inc. All rights reserved
  30. 30. Integrated Desktop Applications OCCS powered by SUSE Linux Enterprise Desktop ® OpenOffice.org 2 Office Productivity Suite: Novell Edition ® Collaboration Tools: IBM Lotus Notes 8 ™ Integrated Desktop Beagle ™ Search: Application Security: AppArmor Multimedia Player: Helix Banshee Photo Management: F-Spot Note-Taking Application: Tomboy Web Browser: Mozilla Firefox 30 © Novell Inc. All rights reserved
  31. 31. Fast and Easy Access to Content Beagle Integrated Search • Tightly integrated search allows users to quickly find their data when they need it! • Searches all relevant content: – Email – Email attachments – Appointments – Contacts – Visited web pages – Documents – Instant messages – Notes – etc... 31 © Novell Inc. All rights reserved
  32. 32. Integrated Desktop Applications OCCS powered by SUSE Linux Enterprise Desktop ® OpenOffice.org 2 Office Productivity Suite: Novell Edition ® Collaboration Tools: IBM Lotus Notes 8 ™ Integrated Desktop Beagle ™ Search: Application Security: AppArmor Multimedia Player: Helix Banshee Photo Management: F-Spot Note-Taking Application: Tomboy Web Browser: Mozilla Firefox 32 © Novell Inc. All rights reserved
  33. 33. AppArmor Linux Application Security Novell AppArmor • Creates firewall around any Linux program (custom, open source, third party) • Prevents the exploitation of unknown or undiscovered application vulnerabilities • Easy to use GUI tools with static analysis and learning- based profile development • Default policies included • Create custom policy in hours, not days 33 © Novell Inc. All rights reserved
  34. 34. Integrated Desktop Applications OCCS powered by SUSE Linux Enterprise Desktop ® OpenOffice.org 2 Office Productivity Suite: Novell Edition ® Collaboration Tools: IBM Lotus Notes 8 ™ Integrated Desktop Beagle ™ Search: Application Security: AppArmor Multimedia Player: Helix Banshee Photo Management: F-Spot Note-Taking Application: Tomboy Web Browser: Mozilla Firefox 34 © Novell Inc. All rights reserved
  35. 35. New Desktop Applications Helix Banshee Why is Helix Banshee important? – Easily manage your music collection – Synchronize your iPod with your Linux desktop – Play music directly from your iPod – Import CDs – Create audio and MP3 CDs from your music collection – It's all legal and indemnified by Novell for our users ® – Uses the Helix engine and licenses from Real Networks – http://banshee-project.org/ – https://helixcommunity.org/projects/helix-banshee/ – 35 © Novell Inc. All rights reserved Novell, Inc. All rights reserved
  36. 36. Plug and Play Diverse plug-in hardware works with SUSE Linux • ® Enterprise Desktop 10: – Removable media (e.g., USB) – iPods – Cameras – Bluetooth mice, modems, scanners 36 © Novell Inc. All rights reserved
  37. 37. Integrated Desktop Applications OCCS powered by SUSE Linux Enterprise Desktop ® OpenOffice.org 2 Office Productivity Suite: Novell Edition ® Collaboration Tools: IBM Lotus Notes 8 ™ Integrated Desktop Beagle ™ Search: Application Security: AppArmor Multimedia Player: Helix Banshee Photo Management: F-Spot Note-Taking Application: Tomboy Web Browser: Mozilla Firefox 37 © Novell Inc. All rights reserved
  38. 38. New Desktop Applications Photo Management: F-spot Organize photos Browse / View Manipulate Tag based Timeline based Export web or CD 38 © Novell Inc. All rights reserved
  39. 39. Interoperability SUSE Linux Enterprise Desktop 10 ® • Multimedia (audio/video) – Adobe Acrobat – RealNetworks – Macromedia Flash • OpenOffice.org 2.0 (Novell Edition) – MS file compatibility – Open Document support • MS active directory and Novell eDirectory ® ™ • Wireless Networking • Bluetooth and USB 39 © Novell Inc. All rights reserved
  40. 40. Plugs Into a Windows Environment SUSE Linux Enterprise Desktop is a good citizen on a ® Windows network? Becomes a member of Active Directory allowing users to authenticate seamlessly Connects to enterprise messaging systems, such as Microsoft Exchange Readily handles Microsoft Office document formats 40 © Novell Inc. All rights reserved
  41. 41. 3-D Desktop Effects Rich graphics capabilities provide intuitive visual cues and short-cuts to help users expedite their work 41 © Novell Inc. All rights reserved
  42. 42. 42 © Novell Inc. All rights reserved
  43. 43. 43 © Novell Inc. All rights reserved
  44. 44. Desktop Virtualization XEN is introduced for SLED 10 in SP1 – Run virtualization on SLED (XEN kernel and Dom0) – Run SLED as a paravirtualized guest OS on SLE VMware enabled on SLED 10 SP1 – Kernel modules delivers via Driver update process – VMware Player and Vmware Server delivered as specific RPMs for SLED (no need for vmware-config.pl) 44 © Novell Inc. All rights reserved
  45. 45. IBM - Open Client Solution Cost comparision
  46. 46. Desktop Price Comparison SUSE Linux Enterprise Desktop vs. Windows Vista $600 $559 Windows Vista Business $500 $400 +$86 $385 $300 $299 $200 $125 SUSE Linux $100 Enterprise Desktop 10 $50 included $50 $0 License/ Maintenance Total Total Subscription (per year) (one year) (three years) Fee Source: Novell and Microsoft, April 2007 46 © Novell Inc. All rights reserved
  47. 47. SUSE Linux Enterprise Desktop ® 90% of Functionality at 10% of Windows Vista Price SUSE Linux Windows Vista Feature Enterprise Desktop 10 Usability tested user interface “Design First” Methodology Extensively Tested Interface Integrated search Beagle Vista Integrated Search Complete Web browsing Firefox Internet Explorer Windows Media Player RealPlayer from RealNetworks Windows Photo Gallery Macromedia Flash Player Multimedia support Banshee Windows Movie Maker RealPlayer from F-Spot RealNetworks 3-D rendered interface Xgl 3-D Graphics Aero Glass OpenOffice.org Novell Edition No office suite included. Productivity applications (compatible with MS Office) (MS Office is typical choice at Tomboy an additional cost.) Evolution Windows Mail Collaboration applications Gaim Windows Live Messenger Source: Novell and Microsoft, February 2007 47 © Novell Inc. All rights reserved
  48. 48. Total Cost of Ownership (TCO) for 100 users Exchange on Windows vs. Notes for Linux (IBM Study) Comparison Includes One-time + Ongoing Costs  Both Solutions Support: TCO Comparison − 100 End Users (Lower is Better) 90000 − Microsoft® Outlook and / or 84666 Lotus Notes Clients 80000 77033 70000 69400 60000  Costs Compared Include: − Hardware Dollars 50000 41608 40000 28764 35186 − Operating System 30000 20000 − Software (Email, 10000 Calendaring, IM) 0 − 7 x 24 Support Year 1 Year 2 Year 3 Cumulative Startup + Ongoing Costs − Hardware Warranty and Notes on Linux Exchange on Software Maintenance for 3 Windows Years These numbers represent a hypothetical situation. IBM & Novell work with you to develop the comparison for your environment 48 © Novell Inc. All rights reserved
  49. 49. Desktop Cost Reduction Potential IBM Open Collaboration MS Desktop Software Costs Client Solution – Desktop Software Costs Microsoft $76 New Lotus Notes 8 Outlook 2007 Microsoft - Real-time LiveComms CAL $28 Collaboration Enterprise CALs - Messaging Microsoft SMS $37 SharePoint and Exchange CAL - Collaboration - Basic Document Microsoft Management Exchange CAL $61 $31 - Office Productivity Editors (compatible Microsoft Potential Desktop $170 with MS Office and SharePoint CAL $85 $68 Cost Reduction ODF files) - Composite Microsoft Office $338 Applications Windows Desktop Upgrade $199 RRP ($171 Enterprise) SUSE Linux Windows Server $85 Enterprise CAL $26 Desktop 10 from Novell $70* SQL Server CAL $148 $300-$800 / unit Desktop is Approx Potential Saving OCCS is US $1069 RRP Note: All prices are approximate RRP prices in US$ US $255 RRP 49 (compared to $349 for Red Hat)
  50. 50. Success Stories
  51. 51. PSA Peugeot Citroën Second Largest Auto Maker in Europe “We found SUSE Linux Enterprise Desktop to be well supported and extremely user friendly. Novell's close collaboration with leading hardware and application vendors were key factors in our choice. In addition, SUSE Linux Enterprise Desktop integrates seamlessly in our Windows-based infrastructure.” IT representative from PSA Peugeot Citroën Business Issues: Novell Solution: Results: • Provide a cheaper yet easy to • SUSE Linux Enterprise Desktop • Reduced cost in software use desktop alternative for licenses and maintenance knowledge workers requiring • SUSE Linux Enterprise Server anticipated for 20,000 desktops standard functionalities (20,000 and 2,500 servers desktops) • Seamless integration into • Integrate easily into a Microsoft existing IT infrastructure environment • Avoid additional training and • XGL (3-D desktop effects) support costs keeps employee motivation high 51 © Novell Inc. All rights reserved
  52. 52. SUSE Linux Enterprise Customers ® 52 © Novell Inc. All rights reserved
  53. 53. SUSE Linux Enterprise Desktop 10 what others say... Olhorst and Moltzen of CRN recently said, “SUSE Linux Enterprise Desktop 10 has the feature set, compatibility and flexibility to meet the needs of most corporate desktop users. What´s more, at a price point roughly one-tenths of what Windows Vista and Office 2007 will cost, SUSE Linux becomes harder to ignore” Gartner* estimates that Windows security vulnerabilities have increased desktop TCO by as much as US $200 per user per year. * “Automating Patch Management” Feb. 2005, Symantec http://enterprisesecurity.symantec.com/article.cfm?articleid=5390&EID=0 53 © Novell Inc. All rights reserved
  54. 54. IBM – Linux Backoffice Solutions powered by SUSE Linux Enterprise Server 10
  55. 55. IBM Lotus Domino Server Solution IBM Lotus Domino IBM Lotus Domino 8 Lotus Activity Server, xpd File, Print, Directory Services fully integrated Install-image preconfigured to ... ... run on SUSE Linux Enterprise Server 10 ... ready to manage Clients via Novell ZenWorks Linux Management 55 © Novell Inc. All rights reserved
  56. 56. IBM Lotus Domino Server Solution What makes it unique: – Fully integrated solution, Seamless “1-Klick” install – Supported by IBM and Novell – Only routes to market are IBM Partners and IBM direct sales – Available through IBM Passport Advantage Program (PPA) – No operating system vendor lock – ready for deployment on all certified IBM System-x Hardware – Also available for IBM System-p and 56 © Novell Inc. All rights reserved IBM System-z
  57. 57. IBM Lotus Sametime Server Solution IBM Lotus Sametime IBM Lotus Sametime 7.5.1 Domino 7.0.2 Lotus Activity Server, xpd File, Print, Directory Services fully integrated Install-image preconfigured to ... ... run on SUSE Linux Enterprise Server 10 ... ready to manage Clients via Novell ZenWorks Linux Management 57 © Novell Inc. All rights reserved
  58. 58. IBM Linux Server Solutions What makes it unique: Fully integrated solution, Seamless “1-Klick” install Supported by IBM and Novell Only routes to market are IBM Partners and IBM direct sales SLES available through IBM PPA, or direct via VLA No operating system vendor lock ready for deployment on all certified IBM System-x Hardware Also available for IBM System-p and IBM System-z 58 © Novell Inc. All rights reserved
  59. 59. And Now: WIN with Novell ! 59 © Novell Inc. All rights reserved
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