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Linux em 2012

  1. 1. Estratégia de Linux da IBM... Tendências do mercado e visão do futuro Cezar Taurion Technical Evangelist© 2012 IBM Corporation IM AR
  2. 2. Era uma vez...Kernel de sistema operacional baseado no MINIX, desenvolvido originalmentepor Linus Torvalds, aluno da Universidade de Helsinki (Finlândia) em meados de 1991. © 2012 IBM Corporation
  3. 3. © 2012 IBM Corporation
  4. 4. O que é Software Livre / Open Source? Inovação do processo de desenvolvimento Open Source Modelo de negócios “I think Linus’s cleverest and most consequential hack was not the construction of the Linux kernel itself, but rather his invention of the Linux development model”. Eric Raymond, “The Cathedral and the Bazaar” © 2012 IBM Corporation
  5. 5. Linux é altamente flexivel e adaptável! © 2012 IBM Corporation
  6. 6. Watson e o desafio do programa Jeopardy Podemos projetar um sistema de computação que possa competir com rivaishumanos na capacidade/habilidade de responder a perguntas feitas em linguagemnatural/coloquial, interpretando a pergunta, analisando seu contexto e respondendo em tempo real? © 2012 IBM Corporation
  7. 7. The Evolution of Thinking Machines The New IT Frontier “Within ten years a digital Learning computer will be the worlds SystemsComputer Intelligence chess champion” 1958, H. A. Simon and Allen Newell Watson (2010) Deep Blue (1997) System/360 (1964) ENIAC Abacus Antikythera Napier’s rods Counting (Circa 1945) (Circa 3500 BC) Astronomical (Circa 1600) Machine Computer (ca 87 BC) (Circa 1820) Time © 2012 IBM Corporation 7
  8. 8. Why is Linux important in the new global economic reality? ■ Linux continues to grow rapidly in share, scale, and scope, even in the downturn • +10 years have passed since IBMs initial public commitment to Linux • Linux continues to gain features that enable it to address broadening market opportunities • Robust ecosystem enables lower cost, Linux-based alternatives to proprietary solutions ■ Unique attributes of Linux enable novel simplification strategies to reduce cost • Linux enables clients to choose the platform that makes the most sense • When consolidating IT operations during M&A activity, Linux can enable asset reuse • Consolidating on Linux can reduce OS licensing costs, generating savings up to 50% ■ Linux is fundamental to the cloud© Steven GinnUsed with permission © 2012 IBM Corporation
  9. 9. Linux Adoption Trends 2012: a Survey of Enterprise End Users Linux Foundation ■ Relative to other operating systems, in the next five years do you think the use of Linux in your companny or organization will: ■ Increase 79,8% ■ Relative to other operating systems, how would you describe your planned use of Linux for mission-critical workloads over the next 12 months? • We will be using Linux for more-mission critical workloads 69,1%© Steven GinnUsed with permission © 2012 IBM Corporation
  10. 10. Something Meaningful is Happening… Every human being, company, organization, city, nation, natural system and man-made system is becoming interconnected, instrumented and intelligent. This is leading to new savings and efficiency—but perhaps as important, new possibilities for progress. The world is flatter. Because it can. The world is Because it must. smaller. Because we want it to. The world is getting smarter. © 2012 IBM Corporation
  11. 11. Linux is a CatalystLinux is helping to create a smarter planet Instrumented Interconnected Intelligent Linux enables Linux powers Linux drives the mobile phones, routers, hubs, ESBs world’s most powerful traffic sensors, and and servers around super-computers GPS devices the world Example: Google Example: Nokia Example: IBM Sequoia Android Mobile Phone Home Control petaflop supercomputer Center © 2012 IBM Corporation
  12. 12. Disrupção à frente! Fases da Inter net Internet Web2 .0 Web Mobi 3.0 (C le lo ud, , Soc ial) 1964 1981 1994 2003 2008 2012 2020-2 s, phone Evolução das (Smart vices plataformas Mo bile De) s, etc computacionais Tablet r/PC Client Serve Volume de ame Mainfr dados coletados e armazenados12 © 2012 IBM Corporation
  13. 13. Big Data is “not” a technology, it’s a problem set and clients areexploring multiple ways to address their unique business problems Volume Velocity Variety12 terabytes of Tweets created daily 5 million trade events per second 100’s video feeds from surveillance cameras Analyze product sentiment Identify potential fraud Monitor events of interest 350 billion meter readings per annum 500 million call detail records per day 80% data growth are images, video, documents… Predict power consumption Prevent customer churn Improve customer satisfaction13 © 2012 IBM Corporation
  14. 14. Big Data : Desafios e OportunidadesCharacteristics of Big Data “Variety – Big data extends beyond structured data, including unstructured data of all varieties: text, audio, video, click streams, log files and more. Velocity – Often time-sensitive, big data must be used as it is streaming in to the enterprise in order to maximize its value to the business. Volume – Big data comes in one size: large. Enterprises are awash with data, easily amassing terabytes and even petabytes of information.” – IBMA New Era of Information Management “Clearly, the big data revolution is fostering a powerful new type of data science. Having more comprehensive data sets at our disposal will enable more fine-grained long-tail analysis, microsegmentation, next best action, customer experience optimization, and digital marketing applications” – Forrester “The ideal enterprise data warehouse has been envisaged as a centralized repository for 25 years, but the time has come for a new type of warehouse to handle "big data." This "logical data warehouse" demands radical realignment of practices and a hybrid architecture of repositories and services” – Gartner 14 © 2012 IBM Corporation
  15. 15. IBMs Linux Strategy Focus on open technologies and high-value solutions ✱ Offer choice and flexibility by enabling Linux on the broadest range of hardware, software and services ✱ Linux is the only OS that runs on all IBM Systems. Deliver integration and innovation to clients ✱ Deliver high value solutions with Linux including innovative customer collaborations built on our experiences in over 15,000 Linux engagements. ✱ Open technologies and Open Standards lead to ease of integration. Become the premier Globally Integrated Enterprise ✱ Leverage Linux within IBM for integrating systems and businesses to address client needs across the globe ✱ A global community observes 24h a day the flexibility, openness, national language support and security of Linux. © 2012 IBM Corporation
  16. 16. Linux and Open Source are part of Open Computing■ Open Standards – Improving information sharing by simplifying integration of disparate technologies Open – Promoting interoperability Computing Open Computing by using open published specifications■ Open Source – Promoting innovation Open by leveraging community development standards – Accelerating open standards adoption■ Open Architecture Community – Increasing collaboration Innovation by easily extending business processes e.g. SOA, Web 2.0 Open Open – Innovating on top of common architecture source hardware specifications © 2012 IBM Corporation
  17. 17. Business Critical Workloads on Linux with IBMExtensive Choices on the Industrys Most Efficient Platforms Fact: Linux is certified on all IBM Systems IBM Systems are designed for multiple operating systems, with robust capabilities delivered at the hardware level The LTC strives for performance parity between Linux and IBMs own operating systems Business Critical Workloads? Fact: Over 500 IBM Software products Why Linux on IBM for are enabled for Linux IBMs extensive portfolio of software is ready for Linux, including many more applications from Business Partners Fact: IBM delivers on services for Linux IBM Global Services is positioned to deliver extensive services across the full product life-cycle for customers who choose Linux Implementation Services can help ensure a smooth transition © 2012 IBM Corporation
  18. 18. Linux BenefitsWhats so special about Linux - what are the advantages of Linux?Linux is scalable Linux has an affinity to virtualization • Supports multiple hardware platforms • Supported on all commercial major hypervisors, • Spanning from embedded devices to supercomputers from z/VM to VMware and Hyper-V • Speed of support for new platforms • Also support Open Source hypervisors, • Availability of skills, portability of applications like KVM, Xen, OpenVZ or Linux Conainers • Scale-out through clustering and scale-up through SMP • Ability to be full- or paravirtualized • KVM virtualizaton build-in to the Kernel Linux is Open • No vendor lock-in • Developed by an open community • Broad skill availability • Based on Open Standards • Application interoperability • Sharing skills and resources leads to faster development • World-wide community leads to collaborative innovation Linux is Reliable and Secure • Linux is stable and Secure • Reliability, stability, and security Linux is flexible and efficient • Derived from UNIX • Lower total cost of life cycle ownership • Can be hardly locked-down (even root via SELinux) • Adaptability due to modularization and customizations • A huge set of crypto functionality included • Has flexible usage licensing • Open Source implements the “many eyes“ concept • Respond quickly to new or changing business goals • Upgradeability of the existing platform • Poor utilization of server capacity across the board • Multiple, overlapping application and OS instances © 2012 IBM Corporation
  19. 19. Linux is a Catalyst The World is Getting Smarter… …and Linux is a catalyst © 2012 IBM Corporation
  20. 20. Cezar, Linkedin, BranchOut Obrigado pela Atenção © 2012 IBM Corporation