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  • 1. Red Hat IBM System z ISVFilipe Mirandafmiranda@redhat.comWorldwide Lead for Linux on System z 1
  • 2. AgendaRed Hat Inc.Featured ISV and NewsTechnical highlights Red Hat Enterprise Linux 6.4 and 5.9RHN SatelliteCustomer References 2
  • 3. Red Hat Inc. 3
  • 4. 5100+ 0$ 500 000+ Employees Debts Red Hat certified IT Specialists MORE THAN The FIRST 80%1$ BILLION DOLLAR of FORTUNE 500 OPEN COMPANIES useSOURCE RED HATCOMPANY PRODUCTS & SOLUTIONS. in the OFFICES WORLDWIDEWORLD. IO N SE D ISE AT LE A PR LIZ RESource: Red Hat, Inc. R UA E D IRT IFT NT SE D V SH UE FE EA IRE ISE EN RED EN ED O EO D RE L QU PR D P I EV GE ND IP EAS IRE .3 AC ER 0 IRE & O QU NR RA FO U EL QU P4 ET NT P5 0 QU MS AC I NR D STO TR AC EA AN T E SED S& AC OR TER LIO E UIRE AT SED T S SS SS MR HA EA NS AR A D F US BIL S Q H A FIRNUX J BO J BO QU ED REL J OI AK OU GL U $1GL AC RED ELE LI R M CL R1993 1999 2002 2006 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 4
  • 5. THE WORLDS MOST INNOVATIVE COMPANIES TOP TEN NEW AMERICA COMPANIES: SEPTEMBER 2012 OCTOBER 2011 1 Salesforce.com 1 Monotype Imaging 2 Alexion 2 Polaris Industries 3 Amazon.com 3 CommVault Systems 4 Red Hat 4 LKQ Corp. 5 Baidu 5 Under Armour 6 Intuitive Surgical 6 Buffalo Wild Wings 7 Rakuten 7 Red Hat 8 Edwards Lifesciences 8 Jos. A. Bank Clothiers 9 Larsen & Toubro 9 Tractor Supply 10 ARM Holdings 10 Thoratec Source URL http://ur1.ca/ah1ni Source URL: http://ur1.ca/5mzf6 5
  • 6. Corporate Contributions to Linux (SINCE KERNEL 2.6.36) 12%PERCENT OF TOTAL CODE CHANGES WOL FS ON$MICR OE L E CT R ONICS T E X AS $INS T R UME NT S 10% INT E L AT HE R OS $COMMUNICAT IONS 8% CONS UL T ANT S NOV E L L R E D$HAT B R OADCOM ANAL OG$DE V ICE S 6% PE NGUT R ONIX IB M S T $E R ICS S ON S AMS UNG MICR OS OF T FR E E S CAL E WIND$R IV E R OR ACL E GOOGL E 4% NOK IA T GL X $PIT A FUJ IT S U MAR V E L L L INAR O QL OGIC AMD MIT AC LONG TAIL 2% S FR OF CONTRIBUTORS 0% COMPANY / ORGANIZATION * Source: * the developers who are known to be doing this work on their own, with no financial contribution happening The Linux Foundation from any company are not grouped together as None and instead are considered part of the long tail, as are Linux Kernel Development contributors of academic or unknown sponsorship. March 2012 (Pages 10-11) 6
  • 7. PRODUCT PROCESS100,000+ PARTICIPATE We participate in & create community-PROJECTS (upstream projects) powered upstream projects. INTEGRATE We integrate upstream projects, fostering (community platforms) open community platforms. We commercialize these platforms STABILIZE (supported products together with a rich ecosystem of services platforms, & solutions) & certifications. 7
  • 8. Red Hat Enterprise Linux on System z Revenue (US$)2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 Source: Red Hat SFDC 8
  • 9. IBM IFLs WW RHEL IFLs WW +6% +64%2010 2011 Source: IBM System z Global Marketing & Red Hat SFDC 9
  • 10. RHEL for System z subscriptions (IFLs) +47%H12011 H12012 Source: Red Hat SFDC 10
  • 11. Red Hat Enterprise Linux High Level Roadmap2010 2011 2012 4.8 End of Life: February 29, 2012 5.5 5.6 5.7 5.8 5.9 beta EOF: 2017 6.0 6.1 6.2 6.3 6.4 beta EOF: 2020 RHEL 7.0 under development 11
  • 12. Red Hat Production Technical SupportProduction I Phase •Bug fix errata •Feature enhancements •Updated hardware support Production II Phase •Transition period •Minor hardware updates Production III Phase •Only urgent fixes 12
  • 13. Optional add-on to regular RHEL Subscription, that provides independent life cycles for the individual Service Packs during Production I phase.The overlap is 18 months leading to a ~ 2 year life cycle for each Service Pack.Selective backports of fixes into the respective Service PackProvides Critical Impact security errata independent of customer requests.Selected urgent priority defect fixes to address production blocking problems reported by EUS customers.Does not provide incremental features or hardware enablementInherits support SLA from underlying RHEL subscription (requiresStandard or Premium support). 13
  • 14. Featured ISV and News 14
  • 15. High Availability and Clustered FileSystemNew ISV Support•Sine Nomine Associates: zLinux R&D company•Support HA/GFS2 for RHEL on System z•Also support 3 other clustered file systems (AFS, Ceph, GLusterFS).•Contacts: Filipe Miranda <fmiranda@redhat.com> Sine Nomine directly <info@sinenomine.net> 15
  • 16. Disaster Recovery for System zPOLICYRed Hat offers the following discounts for disaster recoveryNo discount on a RHEL subscription used on a hot backupdisaster recovery server.50% discount on a RHEL subscription used on a warmbackup disaster recovery server.RHEL subscriptions include the right to be immediatelytransferred to a cold backup disaster recovery server.This is a permanent offering that does not expire. PRODUCT SKU / PART NUMBER RH0470148: Red Hat Enterprise Linux for IBM System z (Disaster Recovery), Premium RH0419992: Red Hat Enterprise Linux for IBM System z (Disaster Recovery), Standard 16
  • 17. Hot backup: Server is frequently turned on and ready to move into production modeimmediately. This is typically what “fail-overs” do within a cluster.Warm backup: Server is turned on periodically to receive backups from production servers andupdates from RHN. Periodic updates are performed no more frequently than every 60 days. Forexample, warm backups are used in mirroring, replication, and log-shipping scenarios.Cold backup: Server has software installed and configured, but then is turned off until thedisaster occurs or for periodic disaster recovery procedure tests. For RHEL this means that weallow the customer to preload the bits as a courtesy. However, RHN cant be used to updatethe system until the disaster happens. Then, the paid subscription on the failed machine transfersto the cold backup sever. 17
  • 18. Technical highlightsRHEL 6.4 and RHEL 5.9 18
  • 19. IBM zEnterprise certifiedfor Red Hat Enterprise Linux 19
  • 20. Red Hat Enterprise Linux 6.4 Target beta: Dec 4, 2012 Target GA: Feb 7, 2013 20
  • 21. RHEL 6.4 Features: SecuritySupport for CryptoExpress4S in EC12Support for the PCIe I/O drawer configurationSupport for digital signatures with new PKCS #11Support for American Express EMV (Europay, Mastercard,Visa) cards 21
  • 22. RHEL 6.4 Features: PerformanceSupport new storage device: SCM via EADM subchannels With this feature, Linux can access Storage Class Memory as a block device.HugeTLBfs support System z support added to libhugetlbfs, a library which provides easy access to huge pages of memory. It is a wrapper for the hugetlbfs file system. 22
  • 23. RHEL 6.4 Features: ToolsUpdate to Valgrind 3.8.0Valgrind has proven to be a valuable tool debugging user-spacememory management problems.Update lscpu/chcpuThis simplifies and enhances the usability of CPU hotplug byproviding additional functionality via scripts 23
  • 24. RHEL 6.4 Features: FCP Implement data routing for FCP Enable FCP to pass data directly from memory to SAN (data routing) when memory on the adapter card is blocked by large and slow I/O requests. End-to-end data consistency checking The T10 Technical Committee introduced an enhancement to the SCSI standard (SPC-4, SBC-3) to protect against errors in user data blocks. This introduces the zfcp-specific part in the Linux on System z I/O stack for E2E data consistency checking. 24
  • 25. Beta released Sept 21, 2012Target GA: Dec 11, 2012Mostly bug fix releaseOne big featureEnable HyperPAV for parallel I/O to ECKD DASDLicensed feature in z/VM 25
  • 26. RHN Satellite Overview 26
  • 27. Simplifies managementof the systems Lifecycle 27
  • 28. Control the lifecycle of systemsfrom x86 to Mainframe - ManageDevelopment, QA andProduction environments from acentralized point 28
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  • 33. Customer ReferencesRed Hat Enterprise Linuxon IBM System z 33
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  • 38. Thank youGraciasVielen DankGrazieObrigado! 38