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Annonces de la nouvelle technologie IBM Power7+

Depuis plus de 10 ans, les entreprises privilégient la technologie Power pour AIX, IBM i et Linux. Aujourd'hui, IBM élargit le leadership de ses plateformes Power en introduisant une évolution technologique avec l'architecture Power 7+.

D.FI vous invite à découvrir les nouvelles fonctionnalités Power 7+ qui peuvent vous aider à répondre aux exigences de votre informatique en vous offrant dynamiquement une plus grande efficacité, des fonctions d'analyse métier et centraliser les charges de travail.

Nouveautés :

Le Power 7+ est une puce octocoeurs gravée en 32 nm (contre 45 mn pour Power7) :
- Atouts : La fréquence d'horloge est dopée ;
- La taille du cache eDRAM est multipliée par 2,5.

De nouvelles fonctions : assistance matérielle à la compression de mémoire AME ("Active Memory Expansion“) et accélération cryptographiques.

Une évolution majeure permet désormais de créer jusqu'à 20 micro-partitions par coeurs Power7+

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[Café techno] - Ibm power7 - Les dernières annonces

  1. 1. © 2013 IBM CorporationIBM Power SystemsPrésentation annonces IBMPower 7+Présentation D.FI Café Techno – Annonces IBM Power7+ – 16 Avril 2013
  2. 2. IBM Power Systems© 2013 IBM Corporation2Portefeuille Power SystemPower 720Power 730Power 710Power 740Power 750Flex SystemPureFlexSystemPowerLinuxTM7R2PowerLinuxTM7R1Power 760Power 770Power 780Power 795PureApplicationSystemPureData Systempour lanalytiqueopérationnelleÉlargir le portefeuille pour atteindre de nouveaux clients et gérer denouvelles charges de travail
  3. 3. IBM Power Systems© 2013 IBM Corporation3La stratégie par la gamme IBM Power SystemsPower 770Power 795Power 780Power 760EnterpriseServersPower 750PS 701- 704Power 710/730Power 720/740EntryServersPowerLinux 7R2/7R4Flex Systemp260/p460ExpertIntegratedSystemsFlex SystemPureFlex SystemPureApplicationSystemPureData Systemfor OperationalAnalyticsLogiciels
  4. 4. IBM Power Systems© 2013 IBM Corporation4AgendaPOWER7+ Chip TechnologyPower 710-760 IntroPOWER7+ 710/730 & 7R1/7R2POWER7+ 720/740POWER7+ 750/760Active Memory Expansion for POWER7+SSD EnhancementsNew PCIe Gen2 AdaptersNew Removable Media OptionsIBM i Hardware EnhancementsFirmware insightsNew IBM Networking switchesBonus Topics
  5. 5. IBM Power Systems© 2013 IBM Corporation52004 2007 2010 FuturePOWER7/7+45/32 nmPOWER8Eight CoresOn-Chip eDRAMPower-Optimized CoresMemory Subsystem ++SMT++Reliability +VSM & VSXProtection Keys+POWER6/6+65/65 nmDual CoreHigh FrequenciesVirtualization +Memory Subsystem +AltivecInstruction RetryDynamic Energy MgmtSMT +Protection KeysPOWER5/5+130/90 nmDual CoreEnhanced ScalingSMTDistributed Switch +Core Parallelism +FP Performance +Memory Bandwidth +VirtualizationPower Processor Technology RoadmapMore CoresSMT+++Reliability ++FPGA SupportTransactional MemoryPOWER9
  6. 6. IBM Power Systems© 2013 IBM Corporation6POWER5 POWER5+ POWER6 POWER7 POWER7+Technology 130nm 90nm 65nm 45nm 32nmSize 389 mm2 245 mm2 341 mm2 567 mm2 567 mm2Transistors 276 M 276 M 790 M 1.2 B 2.1 BCores 2 2 2 8 8Frequencies 1.65GHz1.9GHz4 - 5GHz3 – 4GHz3.6 – 4.4+GHzL2 Cache 1.9MBShared1.9MBShared 4MB / Core 256 KBper Core256 KBper CoreL3 Cache 36MB 36MB 32MB 4MB / Core 10MB / CoreMemoryCntrl 1 1 2 / 1 2 / 1 2 / 1Architecture Out of Order Out of Order In of Order Out of Order Out of OrderLPAR 10 / Core 10 / Core 10 / Core 10 / Core 20 / CoreProcessor Designs
  7. 7. IBM Power Systems© 2013 IBM Corporation7Processeurs & architecture POWER7+Performances accrues• Fréquences plus élevées• 10 Mo de cache L3 par cœur• Générateur de nombres aléatoires• Virgule flottante, précision amélioréeEfficacité et flexibilité améliorées• Accélérateur Active Memory Expansion• Accélération de chiffrement sur le chip pour AIX• Amélioration des performances par watt• Meilleure synchronisation énergie/puissance• 20 machines virtuelles par cœurMeilleure disponibilité• Fonctionnalité dauto-réparation pour lesfonctions de cache L3• Réinitialisation du processeurPOWER7+32 nm
  8. 8. IBM Power Systems© 2013 IBM Corporation8CoreL2CoreL2Memory InterfaceCoreL2CoreL2CoreL2CoreL2CoreL2CoreL2GXSMPFABRICPOWERBUS60 MB L3 CachePOWER7 Core / Cache optionsPOWER7+ 4 Core ChipPOWER7+ 6 Core ChipCoreL2Memory InterfaceCoreL2CoreL2CoreL2GXSMPFABRICPOWERBUS40 MB L3 CacheCoreL2CoreL2CoreL2CoreL2XXXXCoreL2XXXXXXXXConceptual diagrams above show one of several options to result in 6-core or 4-core chips
  9. 9. IBM Power Systems© 2013 IBM Corporation9AgendaPOWER7+ Chip TechnologyPower 710-760 IntroPOWER7+ 710/730 & 7R1/7R2POWER7+ 720/740POWER7+ 750/760Active Memory Expansion for POWER7+SSD EnhancementsNew PCIe Gen2 AdaptersNew Removable Media OptionsIBM i Hardware EnhancementsFirmware insightsNew IBM Networking switchesBonus Topics
  10. 10. IBM Power Systems© 2013 IBM Corporation10Configuring POWER7+ 710/720/730/740If you know “C” model Power 710, 720,730 & 740, then you already have 95+%of the “D” model information you needWhat’s new:– New POWER7+ new processor feat codes, new GHz– New memory new memory feature codes, bigger max– #EB34 for IBM i 6.1 and native I/O– Updated/expanded EXP30 Ultra SSD I/O Drawer– Some additional I/OWhat’s the same– Memory rules / structure / risers– Backplane, integrated SAS controller, PCIe slots, GX++ slots, risers– All the existing I/O (with some additions being announced)
  11. 11. IBM Power Systems© 2013 IBM Corporation11POWER7+ 710 Express✓1 Socket: Power 710✓2U Form Factor✓POWER7+✓4, 6 or 8 cores✓Up to 256 GB memory✓5 PCIe x8 Gen2 Slots✓6th PCIe x4 Gen2 slot for Ethernet✓Single GX++ SlotsUltra SSD Drawer option✓3 or 6 SFF BaysOptional add’l storage drawers
  12. 12. IBM Power Systems© 2013 IBM Corporation12POWER7+ 710 8231-E1D 4 / 6 / 8 CoresSingle SocketProcessor module options:– 4-core socket: FC #EPCE 3.6 GHz– 6-core socket: FC #EPCG 4.2 GHz– 8-core socket: FC #EPCJ 4.2 GHzFor 4 Core– IBM i P05 tier (users)– AIX small tier– Zero Disk/SSD-only drawers– Zero Ultra SSD drawerFor 6 / 8 Core– Zero 12X I/O loops– Max 256 GB memory– Disk/SSD-only drawers– Ultra SSD drawer– IBM i P10 tier (users)– AIX small tierFor 4 / 6/ 8 Core– Zero 12X I/O loops– Max 256 GB memory– System unit HDD/SSD– Fibre Channel or FCoEattached SAN attachment
  13. 13. IBM Power Systems© 2013 IBM Corporation13POWER7+ 730 Express✓2 Sockets: Power 730✓2U Form Factor✓POWER7+✓4, 6 or 8 cores per socket✓Up to 512 GB Memory✓5 PCIe x8 Gen2 Slots✓6th PCIe x4 Gen2 slot for Ethernet✓Dual GX++ Slots12X PCIe Drawer optionUltra SSD I/O Drawer option✓3 or 6 SFF BaysOptional add’l Storage drawers
  14. 14. IBM Power Systems© 2013 IBM Corporation14POWER7+ 730 8231-E2D 8 / 12 / 16 CoresDual SocketsProcessor modules:– 4 Core sockets: FC #EPCF 4.3 GHz– 6 Core sockets: FC #EPCG 4.2 GHz– 8 Core sockets: FC #EPCH 3.6 GHz– 8 Core sockets: FC #EPCJ 4.2 GHzFor 8 / 12 / 16 core– Max 1 12X I/O loops– Max 512 GB memory– System unit HDD/SSD– Disk/SD-only drawers supported– Ultra SSD drawer– Fibre Channel or FCoE attached SAN attachment– IBM i P20 tier (5250)– AIX small tier
  15. 15. IBM Power Systems© 2013 IBM Corporation15AIX Operating System SupportAIX V7.1 TL00: Statement of DirectionAIX V7.1 TL01: Statement of DirectionAIX V7.1 TL02: Service Pack 2, or laterAIX V6.1 TL08: Service Pack 2, or laterAIX V6.1 TL07: Service Pack 7, or later– Planned availability March 29, 2013AIX V6.1 TL06: Service Pack 11, or later– Planned availability March 29, 2013AIX V5.3 TL12: Statement of Direction
  16. 16. IBM Power Systems© 2013 IBM Corporation16IBM i Operating System SupportIBM i 7.1, or laterIBM i 6.1.1 with machine code 6.1.1, or later– NOTE: on POWER7+ servers 6.1 is supported as a CLIENT partitionaccessing all I/O through either IBM i 7.1 or through VIOS withoutadditional charge– For a modest additional charge, FC # EB34: IBM i 6.1.1 Native IOEnablement on the Power 710/720/730/740 adds native 6.1 I/O access– Without #EB34, IBM i 6.1 can not be ordered as the primary OS with FC#2145 & #0566SAN Load Source SpecifyBoot from SAN (FC #0837)Optional Load Source SpecifySystem Console - Internal LAN (FC #5553)
  17. 17. IBM Power Systems© 2013 IBM Corporation17LinuxSUSE Linux Enterprise Server 11 Service Pack 2, or later– With current maintenance updates available from SUSE to enable all plannedfunctionality.SOD for Red Hat Executive Linux:Red Hat intends to continue to work with Red Hat to provide support for the new Power 710 (8231-E1D), PowerLinux 7R1 (8246-L1D, 8246-L1T), Power 720 (8202-E4D), Power 730 (8231-E2D), PowerLinux 7R2 (8246-L2D, 8246-L2T), Power 740 (8205-E6D), Power 750 (8408-E8D), and Power 760 (9109-RMD) with an upcoming Red Hat Enterprise Linux 6 release. For additional questions about the availability of thisrelease and supported hardware servers, consult the Red Hat Hardware Catalog at https://hardware.redhat.comRHEL 6 PRE-INSTALL FEATURE FOR POWER 710, 720, 730, 740, 750, 760, AND POWERLINUX 7R1, 7R2IBM intends to provide support for pre-install of an upcoming Red Hat Enterprise Linux 6 release on the new Power 710 (8231-E1D),PowerLinux 7R1 (8246-L1D, 8246-L1T), Power 720 (8202-E4D), Power 730 (8231-E2D), PowerLinux 7R2 (8246-L2D, 8246-L2T), Power 740(8205-E6D), Power 750 (8408-E8D) and Power 760 (9109-RMD) systems.Information concerning Red Hat Enterprise Linux was obtained from Red Hat. Questions concerning Red Hat Enterprise Linux should bedirected to Red Hat, as Red Hat Enterprise Linux is not an IBM product. Red Hat Enterprise Linux is sold or licensed, as the case may be, tousers under Red Hats terms and conditions. Availability and support is the responsibility of Red Hat. IBM IS NOT LIABLE AND MAKES NOWARRANTIES, EXPRESSOR IMPLIED, REGARDING RED HAT ENTERPRISE LINUX, INCLUDING BUT NOT LIM3 ITED TO ANY IMPLIEDWARRANTIES OR CONDITION OF MERCHANTABILITY AND FIT- 3 NESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE. Moreover, all statementsregarding IBMs or Red Hats future direction and intent are subject to change or withdrawal without notice, and represents goals and objectivesonly. Information regarding potential future third-party products that may work 3 with an IBM product should not be relied on in making apurchase decsion. The information mentioned regarding potential future third-party products is not a commitment, promise, or legal obligationto deliver 3 any material, code or functionality. Information about potential future third-party products may not be incorporated into any contract.The development, release, and timing of any future features or functionality 3 described for IBM or Red Hat products remains at IBMs or RedHats sole discretion, as applicable.
  18. 18. IBM Power Systems© 2013 IBM Corporation18VIOS SupportVIOS 2.2.2.2VIOS 2.2.1 SODSOD:VIOS 2.2.1 SUPPORT FOR POWER 710, 720, 730, 740, 750, 760, POWERLINUX 7R1, AND POWERLINUX 7R2IBM intends to provide to those customers with VIOS 2.2.1 the ability to run that environment on the new Power 710 (8231-E1D), PowerLinux 7R1 (8246-L1D, 8246-L1T), Power 720 (8202-E4D), Power 730 (8231-E2D), PowerLinux 7R2 (8246-L2D,8246-L2T), Power 740 (8205-E6D), Power 750 8408-E8D) and Power 760 (9109-RMD).IBMs statements regarding its plans, directions, and intent are subject to change or withdrawal without notice at IBMs solediscretion. Information regarding potential future products is intended to outline our general product direction and it should notbe relied on in making a purchasing decision. The information mentioned regarding potential future products is not acommitment, promise, or legal obligation to deliver any material, code, or functionality. Information about potential futureproducts may not be incorporated into any contract. The develop ment, release, and timing of any future features or functionalitydescribed for our products remains at our sole discretion.
  19. 19. IBM Power Systems© 2013 IBM Corporation19POWER7+ 710 and 730POWER7+ 710: 1S2UPOWER7+ 730: 2S2UPower 7108231-E1DPower 7308231-E2DPOWER7+Architecture4 Core @ 3.6 GHz6 Core @ 4.2 GHz8 Core @ 4.2 GHz8 Core @ 4.3 GHz12 Core @ 4.2 GHz16 Core @ 3.6 GHz16 Core @ 4.2 GHzPlanar Single Socket Dual SocketDDR3 Memory4 / 8 / 16 / 32 GB DIMMs8GB to 256GB4 / 8 / 16 / 32 GB DIMMs8GB to 512GBSFF SAS Bays Up to 6 HDD or SSDPCIe Gen2 ExpansionSlotsFive x8 LPOne x4 LP (Ethernet Adapter)IntegratedSAS/SATA CntrlStandard: RAID 0, 1, & 10Optional: RAID 5 & 6GX++ Slots One TwoEthernet in 6th slot Quad 10/100/1000FC # 2319 Support YesMedia Bays 1 Slim-line & opptionally 1 Half Height12X PCIe Drawers * No Yes / Max: 2HDD/SSD drawer * Max 4 Max 14Ultra SSD Drawer * Max = 1/2 Max = 1Virt Management IVM or HMCRedundant Power &CoolingOptional StandardEnergyScale TPMDWarranty 3 YearsPower 730Supports up to320 LPARsPower 710Supports up to160 LPARs* 4-core 710 does not use these I/O drawers
  20. 20. IBM Power Systems© 2013 IBM Corporation20PowerLinux 7R1 / Power 710 PositioningPowerLinux 7R1 Power 7108246-L1T 8246-L1D 8231-E1DOperating SystemsPOWER7+ ArchitectureDual Sockets4 Core @ 3.6 GHz6 Core @ 4.2 GHz8 Core @ 4.2 GHz4 Core @ 3.6 GHz6 Core @ 4.2 GHz8 Core @ 4.2 GHzDDR3 Memory4 / 8 / 16 / 32 GB DIMMs32GB to 256B4 / 8 / 16 / 32 GB DIMMs8GB to 256GB12X PCIe Expansion Drawer N/A N/A N/AHDD/SSD storage drawers Up to 4 N/A Up to 4EXP30 Ultra SSD Drawer N/A N/A Up to ½SAS SFF Bays Up to 6 HDD or SSDPCIe Gen2 Slots General Purpose: Five x8 LP & Dedicated: One x4 LP (Ethernet Adapter)Integrated SAS/SATA Cntrl Standard: RAID 0, 1, & 10 Optional: RAID 5 & 6GX++ Slots OneIntegrated Ports 3 USB, 2 Serial, 2 HMCEthernet in 6th PCIe slot Quad Port 10/100/1000Media Bays 1 Slim-line (DVD) & optionally 1 Half Height ( DAT 160/320 tape or RDX )Virt Management IVM or HMCRedundant Power & Cooling StandardWarranty 3 Years
  21. 21. IBM Power Systems© 2013 IBM Corporation21PowerLinux 7R2 / Power 730 PositioningPowerLinux 7R2 Power 7308246-L2T 8246-L2D 8231-E2DOperating SystemsPOWER7+ ArchitectureDual Sockets16 Cores @ 3.6 GHz16 Cores @ 4.2 GHz8 Cores @ 4.3 GHz12 Core @ 4.2 GHz16 Core @ 3.6 / 4.2 GHzDDR3 Memory4 / 8 / 16 / 32 GB DIMMs32GB to 512GB4 / 8 / 16 / 32 GB DIMMs8GB to 512GB12X PCIe Expansion Drawer Up to 2 N/A Up to 2HDD/SSD storage drawers Up to 14 N/A Up to 14EXP30 Ultra SSD Drawer Up to 1 N/A Up to 1SAS SFF Bays Up to 6 HDD or SSDPCIe Gen2 Slots General Purpose: Five x8 LP & Dedicated: One x4 LP (Ethernet Adapter)Integrated SAS/SATA Cntrl Standard: RAID 0, 1, & 10 Optional: RAID 5 & 6GX++ Slots TwoIntegrated Ports 3 USB, 2 Serial, 2 HMCEthernet in 6th PCIe slot Quad Port 10/100/1000Media Bays 1 Slim-line (DVD) & optionally Half Height ( DAT 160/320 tape or RDX )Virt Management IVM or HMCRedundant Power & Cooling StandardWarranty 3 Years
  22. 22. IBM Power Systems© 2013 IBM Corporation22Delivering robustperformance for Linuxbased SAP SolutionsIBM PowerLinux 7R2 SAP SD 2-Tier PerformanceThe performance and robustness of POWER7+ with the economics Linux –22% better than best published Linux 16-core Intel Architecture result on the latestSAP SD 2-Tier benchmark (6_EHP5) with 16-core, 4.22 GHz PowerLinux 7R2SAP source: http://www.sap.com/benchmark/As of 01/21/13.SAP Publication number for Cisco results: 2013001IBMPowerLinux7R2801662505000600070008000SAP UsersIBM PowerLinux 7R2 (4.22 GHz POWER7+, SLES 11 SP2)HP DL 380 G8 (2.90 GHz Xeon E5 2690, RHEL 6.2)22%more users2-socket,16-coresystems#1 for SAPLinux on2-socket6530Cisco UCS B200 M3 (2.90 GHz Xeon E5 2690, RHEL 6.3Cisco
  23. 23. IBM Power Systems© 2013 IBM Corporation23AgendaPOWER7+ Chip TechnologyPower 710-760 IntroPOWER7+ 710/730 & 7R1/7R2POWER7+ 720/740POWER7+ 750/760Active Memory Expansion for POWER7+SSD EnhancementsNew PCIe Gen2 AdaptersNew Removable Media OptionsIBM i Hardware EnhancementsFirmware insightsNew IBM Networking switchesBonus Topics
  24. 24. IBM Power Systems© 2013 IBM Corporation24POWER7+ 720 Express✓Single Socket:✓4U Form Factor✓POWER7+✓4, 6 or 8 cores per socket✓Up to 512 GB Memory✓5 + 4 PCIe x8 Gen2 Slots✓6th PCIe x4 Gen2 slot for Ethernet✓One GX++ Slots12X PCI DrawerUltra SSD I/O Drawer option✓6 or 8 SFF BaysOptional add’l Storage drawers✓Optional Split Backplane support on planar
  25. 25. IBM Power Systems© 2013 IBM Corporation25POWER7+ 720 8202-E4D 4 / 6 / 8 CoreSingle POWER7+ socket options:– FC #EPCK 4-core @ 3.6 GHz– FC #EPCL 6-core @ 3.6 GHz– FC #EPCM 8-core @ 3.6 GHzFor 4 Core Systems– Max 64 GB memory– Zero 12X I/O loops– Zero Ultra SSD drawer– IBM i P05 tier (users)– AIX small tierFor 6 / 8 Core Systems– Max 512 GB memory– Max one 12X I/O loop– Max one Ultra SSD drawer– IBM i P10 tier (users)– AIX small tier
  26. 26. IBM Power Systems© 2013 IBM Corporation26520 / 720 Upgrade Paths Details (same serial number)POWER6POWER6Notes:• Same-serial-number upgrades from Power 720 to a newer Power 720 (B-to-C, B-to-D, or C-to-D) are not offered• POWER6 9408-M25 to POWER6 8203-E4A conversions remain available7206/8-core“B” modelPOWER78202-E4BIBM Confidential Until Announced7206/8-core“C” model7206/8-core“D” mdoelPOWER7+8202-E4DPOWER78202-E4C520 4-core8203-E4A520 2-core8203-E4A
  27. 27. IBM Power Systems© 2013 IBM Corporation27HA/DR Offering: CBU for i Power 720PrerequisitesNew server order or upgrade into new modelfrom POWER6 520Primary server must be a POWER7 or POWER6server with equal or higher IBM i software tier.Must purchase minimum of one IBM i processorlicense entitlement for new CBU serverRegistration of primary system and CBU isrequired prior to CBU order being manufacturedPrimary for 6/8-core (P10) = Power720, 740, 750, 760, p260, p240, 520*550* or 560*, PS70x, or JS23/4S-----------------------------------------Primary for 4-core (P05) = Power 720,740, 750, p240, p260, 520*, 550*, 560* ,PS70x, or JS23/43Temporary transfer of unusedIBM i processor licenseentitlement from primary toCBU serverTemporary transfer of unusedIBM i user license entitlementsNote: No lower-priced hardware orlower priced IBM i licensing – savingsis in transferability.CBU Power 720FC #0444* POWER6 5xx, not POWER5Temporary transfersIBM i processor license entitlement5250 Enterprise Enablements
  28. 28. IBM Power Systems© 2013 IBM Corporation28POWER7+ 740 Express✓Single or Dual Sockets✓4U Form Factor✓POWER7+✓6 or 8 cores per socket✓Up to 1 TB Memory✓5 + 4 PCIe x8 Gen2 Slots✓6th PCIe x4 Gen2 slot for Ethernet✓Dual GX++ Slots12X PCI Drawer optionUltra SSD I/O Drawer option✓6 or 8 SFF BaysOptional add’l Storage drawers✓Optional Split Backplane support on planar
  29. 29. IBM Power Systems© 2013 IBM Corporation29POWER7+ 740 8205-E6D 6 / 8 / 12 / 16 CoreSingle or dual sockets processor options:– FC #EPCP 6 Core @ 4.2 GHz– FC #EPCQ 8 Core @ 3.6 GHz– FC #EPCR 8 Core @ 4.2 GHzCan add 2nd module laterFor 6 / 8 Core Single Socket– Max 512 GB memory– Max 1 12X I/O loop– Max 1 EXP30 Ultra SSD Drawer– IBM i P20 tier / 5250 Entitlements– AIX small tierFor 12 / 16-core Dual Sockets– Max 1024 GB memory– Max 2 12X I/O loops– Max 2 EXP30 Ultra SSD Drawer– IBM i P20 tier / 5250 Entitlements– AIX small tier* Added 4Q 2010
  30. 30. IBM Power Systems© 2013 IBM Corporation30HA/DR Offering: CBU for i Power 740PrerequisitesNew server orderPrimary server must be a POWER7 orPOWER6 server with equal or higher IBM isoftware tier.Must purchase minimum of one IBM iprocessor license entitlement for new CBUserverIf transfer 5250, must have at least one 5250Enterprise Enablement on CBU serverRegistration of primary system and CBU isrequired prior to CBU order beingmanufacturedPrimary = 740, 750, 760770, 550*, 560* or 570*Temporary transfersIBM i processor license entitlement5250 Enterprise EnablementsTemporary transfer of unusedIBM i processor licenseentitlement from primary toCBU serverTemporary transfer of unusedIBM i 5250 Enablement fromprimary to CBU serverNote: no priced hardware,savings in licensing and 5250transfersCBU Power 720FC #0444* POWER6 5xx, not POWER5
  31. 31. IBM Power Systems© 2013 IBM Corporation31POWER7+ 720 / 740* Power 7208202-E4DPower 7408205-E6DPOWER7+Architecture4-core 3.6 GHz6-core 3.6 GHz8 core 3.6 GHz1 or 2 x 6-core 4.2 GHz1 or 2 x 8-core 3.6 GHz1 or 2 x 8-core 4.2 GHzPlanar Single SocketDual SocketSingle Socket optionDDR3 Memory DIMMs4 / 8 / 16* / 32* GB4GB to 512* GB4 / 8 / 16 / 32 GB4GB to 1 TBSAS SFF Bays Up to 6 or 8 HDD or SSDPCIe Gen2Expansion SlotsFive x8 Full High (FH) (Base)One x4 FH (Base) / Ethernet AdapterFour x8 LP ( Optional)Integrated SAS ControllerStandard: RAID 0, 1, & 10Optional: RAID 5 & 6Integrated Ports 3 USB, 2 Serial, 2 HMCEthernet in 6th PCIe slot Quad 10/100/1000Media Bays 1 Slim-line & 1 Half HeightI2X PCIe IO Drawers Max 2 ** Max 2 / 412X PCI-X I/O Drawers Supported ** SupportedHDD/SSD-only drawer Max 14** Max 14EXP30 Ultra SSD Drawer Max 1 ** Max 1 or 2Virt Management IVM & HMCRedundant Power andCoolingOptional StandardEnergyScale TPMDWarranty 3 YearsPower 720: 1S4UPower 740: 2S4UPower 720: 1S4UTower* max of 64GB memory on 4-core Power 720** max zero drawers on 4-core Power 720
  32. 32. IBM Power Systems© 2013 IBM Corporation32AgendaPOWER7+ Chip TechnologyPower 710-760 IntroPOWER7+ 710/730 & 7R1/7R2POWER7+ 720/740POWER7+ 750/760Active Memory Expansion for POWER7+SSD EnhancementsNew PCIe Gen2 AdaptersNew Removable Media OptionsIBM i Hardware EnhancementsFirmware insightsNew IBM Networking switchesBonus Topics
  33. 33. IBM Power Systems© 2013 IBM Corporation33Merging Power 770 & Power 740 = Power 750/760Quad SocketsIO SubsystemMemory ArchitectureRAS FeaturesPower 740Power 770Power760Power750Enterprise System featuresExpress System pricing
  34. 34. IBM Power Systems© 2013 IBM Corporation34POWER7+ Power 750 / 760New generation of Express/Enterprise Class servers– Evolution of Power 750– Provides more Core, more Memory, more IO bandwidth, etc.Wide range of uses..– Data Base– ERP– Server consolidationEnterprise features– 40GB of Internal IO bandwidth– Split Backplane support standard– Six full size PCIe Gen2 slots with Blind swap support– Blind swap PCIe adapter support– Quad Socket processor design– Memory Density options– CUoD support ( Power 760 )Supports up to 640 / 960 LPARs
  35. 35. IBM Power Systems© 2013 IBM Corporation35Processor Offerings for Power 750 and Power 760CoresSockets 1 2 3 4Power 750 8 16 24 32Power 760 12 24 36 48Power 750 Power 760
  36. 36. IBM Power Systems© 2013 IBM Corporation36Power 750✓POWER7+✓ 8 Cores per Socket @ 3.5 & 4.0 GHz✓Up to Four Sockets✓Up to 32 Cores✓Up to 1 TB of memory✓6 PCIe Gen2 slots✓6 SFF DASD/SSD Bays✓Multifunction card w/ up to 4 10GbE ports✓Enhanced RAS✓Three year maintenance coverage
  37. 37. IBM Power Systems© 2013 IBM Corporation37Power 750Supports up to640 LPARsUp to 32 Cores4 Socket / 5U8408-E8DPOWER7+ Arch.Up to 4 Sockets8-core DCM @ 4.0 GHz8-core DCM @ 3.5 GHzDDR3 Memory Up to 1 TBCapacity on Demand N / ASAS SFF BaysUp to 6 HDD or SSDSplit Backplane supportIO Expansion Slots inCECPCIe x8: 6 Slots ( Hot Swap )Dual GX++ Bus (with 2 or more DCM)Integrated IO CntrlSAS ( Dual ) plus SATAStandard RAID 0, 1, & 10Optional RAID 5 & 6IVM / HMC Support Yes / Yes (HMC optional)Integrated MultifunctionCard (IMFC)4 Ethernet (Dual 10 Gb & Dual 1 Gbor Quad 10Gb); 2 USB, 1 serialIntegrated Ports 1 USB, 2 HMC, 2 SPCN, plus IMFCMedia Bays 1 Slim-line for DVD12X PCIe IO Drawers Max 4 (no PCI-X drawers)EXP30 Ultra SSD Drawer Max 2HDD/SSD-only drawer Max 51Redundant PowerRedundant CoolYesYesEnergyScale Dynamic Energy Save & Capping3 Yr Maintenance24 x 7FC # 2319
  38. 38. IBM Power Systems© 2013 IBM Corporation38Power 760✓POWER7+✓12 Cores per Socket @ 3.1 & 3.4 GHz✓Up to Four Sockets✓Up to 48 Cores✓Up to 2 TB of memory✓6 PCIe Gen2 slots✓6 SFF DASD/SSD Bays✓Multifunction card w/ up to 4 10Gb E ports✓Capacity on Demand for ProcessorsPermanent activationsDynamic Processor Sparing✓Enhanced RAS✓Three year maintenance coverage
  39. 39. IBM Power Systems© 2013 IBM Corporation39Power 760Supports up to960 LPARsUp to 48 Cores4 Socket / 5U9109-RMDPOWER7+ Arch.Up to 4 Sockets12-core DCM @ 3.4 GHz12-core DCM @ 3.1 GHzDDR3 Memory Up to 2 TBCapacity on Demand Yes for Processors (Permanent only )SAS SFF BaysUp to 6 HDD or SSDSplit Backplane supportIO Expansion Slots in CECPCIe x8: 6 Slots ( Hot Swap )Dual GX++ Bus (with 2 or more DCM)Integrated IO CntrlSAS ( Dual ) plus SATAStandard RAID 0, 1, & 10Optional RAID 5 & 6IVM / HMC Support No / Yes (HMC required)Integrated MultifunctionCard (IMFC)4 Ethernet (Dual 10 Gb & Dual 1 Gb orQuad 10Gb); 2 USB, 1 serialIntegrated Ports 1 USB, 2 HMC, 2 SPCN, plus IMFCMedia Bays 1 Slim-line for DVD12X PCIe IO Drawers Max 4 (no PCI-X drawers)EXP30 Ultra SSD Drawer Max 2HDD/SSD-only drawer Max 51Redundant PowerRedundant CoolingYesYesEnergyScale Dynamic Energy Save & Capping3 Yr Maintenance24 x 7
  40. 40. IBM Power Systems© 2013 IBM Corporation40AnchorCardOPPanelRAIDBatteryMediaWrite CacheDASD BackplaneI/OBackplaneExtSASGX++GX++Write CacheFSPCardSASSAS EXPEXPPCIe BusesPCIeBusesSATA2 x 1Gbt & 2 x 10Gbt2 x HMCGX++BussesPCIeUSBPCIePCIePCIePCIePCIePCIeTPMDEthernetSerialSerialUSBPOWER7+ 750 / 76012X IBPCIe x812X IBPCIe x8IOHub 0PCIeP7+ P7+P7+ P7+P7+ P7+ P7+ P7+SNDRAMDRAMDRAMDRAMDRAMDRAMDRAMDRAMDRAMSNDRAMDRAMDRAMDRAMDRAMDRAMDRAMDRAMDRAMSNDRAMDRAMDRAMDRAMDRAMDRAMDRAMDRAMDRAMSNDRAMDRAMDRAMDRAMDRAMDRAMDRAMDRAMDRAMSNDRAMDRAMDRAMDRAMDRAMDRAMDRAMDRAMDRAMSNDRAMDRAMDRAMDRAMDRAMDRAMDRAMDRAMDRAMSNDRAMDRAMDRAMDRAMDRAMDRAMDRAMDRAMDRAMSNDRAMDRAMDRAMDRAMDRAMDRAMDRAMDRAMDRAMSNDRAMDRAMDRAMDRAMDRAMDRAMDRAMDRAMDRAMSNDRAMDRAMDRAMDRAMDRAMDRAMDRAMDRAMDRAMSNDRAMDRAMDRAMDRAMDRAMDRAMDRAMDRAMDRAMSNDRAMDRAMDRAMDRAMDRAMDRAMDRAMDRAMDRAMSNDRAMDRAMDRAMDRAMDRAMDRAMDRAMDRAMDRAMSNDRAMDRAMDRAMDRAMDRAMDRAMDRAMDRAMDRAMSNDRAMDRAMDRAMDRAMDRAMDRAMDRAMDRAMDRAMSNDRAMDRAMDRAMDRAMDRAMDRAMDRAMDRAMDRAMIOHub 1
  41. 41. IBM Power Systems© 2013 IBM Corporation41Power 750 / 760 Performance ConsiderationsPower 750+ / 760 systems design / topology issimilar to Power 770 with 6 core sockets–Similar workload characteristics–Bandwidths between cores is higher than thosebetween Sockets / Nodes–Latency across Sockets / Nodes is higher thanlatencies between coresMemory Bandwidth per core–Power 750+ = Power 750–Power 760 < Power 750• Power 760 has more cores per socketPOWER7+ 750 / 760POWER7 770ABCD“C”“D”“A”“B”P76 CoreP76 CoreP76 CoreP76 CoreP76 CoreP76 CoreP76 CoreP76 CoreP7+ P7+P7+ P7+P7+ P7+P7+ P7+
  42. 42. IBM Power Systems© 2013 IBM Corporation42Front View6 SFF DASD/SSD Bays• Standard split Backplane 3+3• Optional 2+2+2 split• Optional 6 (no split) w/ RAID5/6DVD (has its own SATA controller)FanOp PanelFan Fan Fan FanBatteries forOpt RAID5/6Write Cache
  43. 43. IBM Power Systems© 2013 IBM Corporation43Power 750 / 760 Rear ViewGX++ Bus10 GbENetPowerSuppliesHMCPortsPCIePCIePCIePCIePCIePCIeSPCNPortsSerialPortUSBPorts1GbtENetGX++ BusVPDSASPort
  44. 44. IBM Power Systems© 2013 IBM Corporation44POWER7 750 POWER7+ 750 POWER7+ 760Sockets 4 4 4Cores 32 32 48Frequencies 3.2 – 3.6 GHz 3.5 – 4.0 GHz 3.1 – 3.4 GHzMaximum Memory 512 GB 1 TB 2 TBGX slots1 GX++ &1 shared GX2 GX++ 2 GX++PCI slots2 PCIx &3 PCIe Gen16 PCIe Gen2 6 PCIe Gen2MultiFunctionEthernet ports *Four 1Gbor two 10GbTwo 10Gb CNA + Two10/1 GbTwo 10Gb CNA + Two 10/1GbSFF SAS bays 6 / 8 6 6Integrated splitbackplaneNo Yes YesLPARs 10 per core 20 per core 20 per coreHeight 4U 5U 5UInstallation Customer Set-Up Customer Set-Up IBM installedCoD N / A N / A Processor on DemandSoftware Tier Small Small MediumHMC Optional Optional RequiredPOWER7+ 750 / 760 Systems
  45. 45. IBM Power Systems© 2013 IBM Corporation45POWER7+ Performance0200400600800100012001400710 / 720 730 / 740 750 760 770 780rPerf ratings charted. If CPW ratings charted, the bars show the same scaling.
  46. 46. IBM Power Systems© 2013 IBM Corporation46Power 750 / 760 Performance …Power 595POWER5+64 Core@ 2.3 GHzPower 570POWER616 Core@ 5.0 GHzPower 750POWER7+32 Core@ 4.0 GHzPower 760POWER7+48 Core@ 3.4 GHzrPerf ratings charted. If CPW ratings charted, the bars show the same scaling.
  47. 47. IBM Power Systems© 2013 IBM Corporation47RAS ItemPower750+Power760+Power770+Power780+Power795Redundant / Hot Swap Fans & Blowers ● ● ● ● ●Hot Swap DASD / Media / PCI Adapters ● ● ● ● ●Concurrent Firmware Update ● ● ● ● ●Redundant / Hot Swap Power Supplies ● ● ● ● ●Dual disk controllers (split backplane) ● ● ● ● ●Processor Instruction Retry ● ● ● ● ●Alternate Processor Recovery ● ● ● ● ●Redundant / Hot Swap Power Regulators ● ● ● ● ●PowerVM™/Live Part. Mobility/Live App Mobility ◙ ◙ ◙ ◙ ◙Dynamic Processor Sparing ▬ ◙ ◙ ◙ ◙Memory Sparing ▬ ▬ ◙ ◙ ◙Redundant Service Processors ▬ ▬ ●* ●* ●Redundant System Clocks ▬ ▬ ●* ●* ●Hot GX Adapter Add and Cold Repair ▬ ▬ ● ● ●Hot-node Add / Cold-node Repair ▬ ▬ ●* ●* ●*Hot-node Repair / Hot-memory Add ▬ ▬ ●* ●* ●*Dynamic Service Processor &System Clock Failover ▬ ▬ ●* ●* ●Hot-node Repair / Hot-memory Add for all nodes** ▬ ▬ ●* ●* ●*Enterprise Memory ▬ ▬ ● ● ●Hot GX Adapter Repair ▬ ▬ ● ● ●Active Memory Mirroring for Hypervisor ▬ ▬ ◙ ● ●Power Pools ▬ ▬ ▬ ● ●● Standard◙ Optional▬ Not Available* Requires two or more nodesPOWER7+ RAS Feature Overview
  48. 48. IBM Power Systems© 2013 IBM Corporation48AIX Operating System SupportAIX V7.1 TL00: Statement of DirectionAIX V7.1 TL01: Statement of DirectionAIX V7.1 TL02: Service Pack 2, or laterAIX V6.1 TL08: Service Pack 2, or laterAIX V6.1 TL07: Service Pack 7, or later– Planned availability March 29, 2013AIX V6.1 TL06: Service Pack 11, or later– Planned availability March 29, 2013AIX V5.3 TL12: Statement of Direction– Must have AIX 5.3 Service Extension contract signed
  49. 49. IBM Power Systems© 2013 IBM Corporation49AIX 5.3 support for POWER7+ MMD and MHDFull fills Statement of DirectionAnnounced: January 8, 2013Shipped: January 11, 2013AIX 5.3 TL12 SP 7 extends support for the following IBM PowerSystems:– IBM Power 780 Server (9179-MHD)– IBM Power 770 Server (9117-MMD)– Includes support for EXP30 Ultra SSD I/O Drawer– IBM Flex System p260 Compute Node (7895-23X)Requires purchase of the AIX 5.3 Service ExtensionAIX 5.3 is no longer in standard support
  50. 50. IBM Power Systems© 2013 IBM Corporation50PS700PS701PS702Power710 / 730720 / 740795PS703PS704Power7101 / 73017201 / 74017701 / 7801PureFlexp260p460Power770+ / 780+Power710+ / 730+720+ / 740+750+ / 760AIX.5.3 TL10 SP 5 SP 5 N / A N /A N /A N /A N /AAIX.5.3 TL11 SP 5 SP 5 SP 7 N / A N / A N / A N / AAIX.5.3 TL12 New SP 1 SP 4 SP 5 SP 6 SP 7 SoDAIX 6.1 TL4 SP 7 SP 7 SP 10 N / A N / A N / A N / AAIX 6.1 TL5 New SP 3 SP 6 SP 7 N / A N / A N / AAIX 6.1 TL6 New New SP 5 SP 6 SP 8 SP 10 SP 11AIX 6.1 TL7 New New New New SP 3 SP 6 SP 7AIX 6.1 TL8 New New New New New New SP 2AIX 7.1 TL0 New New SP 3 SP 4 SP 6 SP 8 SoDAIX 7.1 TL1 New New New New SP 3 SP 6 SoDAIX 7.1 TL2 New New New New New New SP 2VIOS 2.1.3 2.22.2.0.12FP24 + SP22.2.1 2.2.12.2.1.52.2.22.2.2.22.2.1.5 SoD“C” ModelsAIX / VIOS Software SupportPOWER7+ Models
  51. 51. IBM Power Systems© 2013 IBM Corporation51IBM i Operating System SupportIBM i 7.1, or laterIBM i 6.1.1 with machine code 6.1.1, or later– NOTE: on POWER7+ 750/760 servers 6.1 is supported as a CLIENTpartition accessing all its I/O through either IBM i 7.1 or through VIOSwithout additional charge. See detailed IBM i charts for implications.– Power 750/760 does not offer FC # EB34. Without #EB34, IBM i 6.1 can notbe ordered as the primary OS with FC #2145 & #0566SAN Load Source SpecifyBoot from SAN (FC #0837)Optional Load Source SpecifySystem Console - Internal LAN (FC #5553)
  52. 52. IBM Power Systems© 2013 IBM Corporation52LinuxSUSE Linux Enterprise Server 11 Service Pack 2, or later– With current maintenance updates available from SUSE to enable all plannedfunctionality.SOD for Red Hat Executive Linux:
  53. 53. IBM Power Systems© 2013 IBM Corporation53POWER7+750 / 760IntegratedMultifunctionCardPOWER7 Processor
  54. 54. IBM Power Systems© 2013 IBM Corporation54Power 750/760 Integrated Multifunction CardFour Integrated Multifunction Card (IMFC) options#1768 = $ 1785 #EN10 = $ 3013#1769 = $ 3358 #EN11 = $ 4061Every 750/760 needs one …. can change to different feature later if needed– Power down server to replace (not hot plug)Does not require a PCIe slotUse VIOS to virtualize Ethernet ports (no integrated virtualization without VIOS)AIX/Linux can use Ethernet ports directly or use VIOS, IBM must use VIOS– IBM i LAN consoles must be natively attached, not connected through VIOSRear view ofPOWER7+750/760Four Ethernetports– Two SFP+ (Copperor Optical SR)– Two RJ45Two USB portsOne serial portPrices shown are IBM USA suggested list prices as of Feb 2013 on a Power 760 and are subject to change without notice; Reseller prices may vary.
  55. 55. IBM Power Systems© 2013 IBM Corporation55Multifunction CardsFC #1768 (Copper)FC #1769 (Optical)Dual 10 Gb Optical / 1 Gb EthernetDual 10 Gb Copper / 1 Gb EthernetDual 10 Gb Optical / 1/10 Gb EthernetDual 10 Gb Copper / 1/10 Gb EthernetFC #EN10 (Copper)FC #EN11 (Optical)SerialUSB10Gb / 1Gb / 100MbRJ45EthernetCAT-6A cablingSerialUSB1 Gb /100MbRJ45Ethernet* picture shows two SFP+ slots into which two 10Gbtransceivers will be placed (not shown). IBM always shipsMultifunction card with two transceivers. No additionalfeature code is required to order the transceivers. Do nottry to change to a different transceiver.10 GbEthernet*10 GbEthernet*
  56. 56. IBM Power Systems© 2013 IBM Corporation56AgendaPOWER7+ Chip TechnologyPower 710-760 IntroPOWER7+ 710/730 & 7R1/7R2POWER7+ 720/740POWER7+ 750/760Active Memory Expansion for POWER7+SSD EnhancementsNew PCIe Gen2 AdaptersNew Removable Media OptionsIBM i Hardware EnhancementsFirmware insightsNew IBM Networking switchesBonus Topics
  57. 57. IBM Power Systems© 2013 IBM Corporation57POWER7+ AME Hardware Accelerator– Enhanced Power Systems value for AIX– On-chip enhancementCompared to POWER7, more efficient memory expansion (less processoroverhead for the same compression/decompression – or even more equivalent memory for the sameprocessor overhead)7+ExpandmemoryTruememoryTruememoryTruememoryTruememoryTruememoryTruememoryExpandmemoryExpandmemoryExpandmemoryUp to 25%more memoryexpansionExpandmemoryExpandmemoryExpandmemoryExpandmemoryPOWER7+acceleratorUp to 100% POWER7Up to 125% POWER7+Note expansion percentage very workload dependentPOWER7+ Active Memory Expansion
  58. 58. IBM Power Systems© 2013 IBM Corporation58Benefit of POWER7+ HW AcceleratorPOWER7 Act Mem ExpCPU TimePOWER7+ Act MemExp CPU TimeWork ofmanagingpagesWork ofcompress /decompressWork of compress / decompressWork done with softwareWork done by hardware acceleratorCPUTIME• Less CPU for thesame amount ofmemory expansion• Can then run morepartitions or work perpartition• If fewer cores needed,may result in lowersoftware licensing• OR more memoryexpansion for thesame amount ofprocessor• Better able to relievememory shortages andimprove performance• May be able to do moreworkWork ofmanagingpages
  59. 59. IBM Power Systems© 2013 IBM Corporation59POWER7+ uses on-chip hardware accelerator to do some of thecompression / decompression work. There is a knee-of-curerelationship for CPU resource required for memory expansion– Even with POWER7+ hardware accelerator there is some resource required.– The more memory expansion done, the more CPU resource requiredKnee varies depending on how compressible memory contents are% CPUutilizationforexpansionAmount of memory expansionPOWER7Active Memory Expansion - CPU & PerformancePOWER7+
  60. 60. IBM Power Systems© 2013 IBM Corporation60Permanent Enablement features – Chargeable– Power Blades & PureFlex #4796 Enablement Feature– Power 710/730 & 7R1/7R2 #4795 Enablement Feature– Power 720 #4793 Enablement Feature– Power 740 #4794 Enablement Feature– Power 750 #4792 Enablement Feature– Power 760 #4792 Enablement Feature– Power 770 & Power 780 #4791 Enablement Feature– Power 795 #4790 Enablement FeatureONE feature per server – no matter how many partitions choose to use itOne-time, 60-day trial - No charge– Request via Capacity on Demand Web pagewww.ibm.com/systems/power/hardware/cod/Additional Rules/Insights• Permanent enablement available either with new server order or with MES order• There is no mechanism to move enablement to a different server• Enablement does not mean function has to be used. Enablement allows Act Mem Exp to be usedon any or all of the AIX partitions selected by the clientActive Memory Expansion Product StructurePOWER7 orPOWER7+Same feat code,Same price
  61. 61. IBM Power Systems© 2013 IBM Corporation61AgendaPOWER7+ Chip TechnologyPower 710-760 IntroPOWER7+ 710/730 & 7R1/7R2POWER7+ 720/740POWER7+ 750/760Active Memory Expansion for POWER7+SSD EnhancementsNew PCIe Gen2 AdaptersNew Removable Media OptionsIBM i Hardware EnhancementsFirmware insightsNew IBM Networking switchesBonus Topics
  62. 62. IBM Power Systems© 2013 IBM Corporation62POWER7+ 710/720/730/740/770/780 IBM i Native I/O supportIBM i 7.1 native I/O support & virtualized I/OIBM i 6.1 native I/O support (with #EB34)Plus virtualized options -- supported as client of IBMi 7.1 or VIOSIBM i 6.1partitionI/O *• Disk, SAN, tape,• WAN, LAN,• Crypto, OpticalIBM i 7.1partitionVIOSpartitionI/O• Disk, SAN, tape,• LAN,• OpticalWith #EB34* Note: #EB34 provides no new additional native device support. IBMi 6.1 continues to support the devices it already supports. If a devicerequires IBM i 7.1, then #EB34 does not expand that support to anIBM i 6.1 partition.#EB34 is a VET code. It physically ships no hardware. If ordered asan MES an enablement code is shipped and keyed into the server.
  63. 63. IBM Power Systems© 2013 IBM Corporation63POWER7+ 750/760 IBM i Native I/O supportIBM i 6.1partitionI/O• Disk, SAN, tape,• WAN, LAN,• Crypto, OpticalIBM i 7.1partitionVIOSpartitionI/O• Disk, SAN, tape,• LAN,• OpticalIBM i 7.1 native I/O supportIBM i 6.1 NO native I/O support (no #EB34)I/O supported as client of IBM i 7.1 or VIOS
  64. 64. IBM Power Systems© 2013 IBM Corporation64POWER7+ 750/760 IBM i Native I/O support* IBM plans are subject tochange without notice.IBM i 6.1 supported only as client of IBM i 7.1 or VIOS“Easy”• Disk• SAN• Tape• LAN• OpticalIBM i 6.1partitionIBM i 7.1partitionVIOSpartitionI/O• Disk, SAN, tape,• LAN,• optical“No virtualization”• WAN – any phone line connection –may have to write a program on 6.1 to talk to aprogram on 7.1 ... Fax/400 a challenge• Hardware Crypto cardNote: VIOS on 6.1 supports many LAN adapters, NPIV, AMS, VMControl, etcNote: IBM i 7.1 supports WAN and Crypto cards natively, but does not virtualizeNote: VIOS does not virtualize RDX
  65. 65. IBM Power Systems© 2013 IBM Corporation65IBM i Hardware-Related NewsSupport of newly announced hardware– POWER7+ 710/720/730/740/750/760– PCIe Gen2 adapters: 16Gb Fibre Channel adapter & 4-port 10/1GbEthernet– 1.5 TB RDX cartridge & HH LTO-6 tape driveEXP30 Ultra SSD I/O Drawer support– IBM i 7.1 TR6 support (Native support – not through VIOS)Support use of USB flash memory sticks– IBM i 7.1 TR6 native and virtualized– USB ports on system units (not on PCIe adapters)– D-mode IPL supportedNPIV (N_Port ID Virtualization) attach of SVC, V7000Storwize, V3700– IBM i 7.1 TR6 expands existing VSCSI support– Native support not offered (SOD for V3700 native IBM i 7.1 support)
  66. 66. IBM Power Systems© 2013 IBM Corporation66AgendaPOWER7+ Chip TechnologyPower 710-760 IntroPOWER7+ 710/730 & 7R1/7R2POWER7+ 720/740POWER7+ 750/760Active Memory Expansion for POWER7+SSD EnhancementsNew PCIe Gen2 AdaptersNew Removable Media OptionsIBM i Hardware EnhancementsFirmware insightsNew IBM Networking switchesBonus Topics
  67. 67. IBM Power Systems© 2013 IBM Corporation67Server Management– POWER7+ 710 / 720 / 730 / 740 / 750 / 760Virtualization Management– Mobility• Performance improvement for Live Partition Migration– Usability• GUI for VIOS installConsole Management– Browser currency– Security currency– Update of expired user password for Kerberos authenticated users– Remove support for 7315-C04, 7315-CR2, 7310-CR2HMC V7 R7.7.0 (1H 2013) HighlightsFYI: POWER7 Servers which currently are not planned to be provided7.6 or later Firmware levels. (Fixes continued to be provided.)• Power 710/720/730/740 “B” or “C” models• Power 750 “B” model• Power 755 “C” model• Power 770/780 “B” models• Power Blades
  68. 68. IBM Power Systems© 2013 IBM Corporation69AgendaPOWER7+ Chip TechnologyPower 710-760 IntroPOWER7+ 710/730 & 7R1/7R2POWER7+ 720/740POWER7+ 750/760Active Memory Expansion for POWER7+SSD EnhancementsNew PCIe Gen2 AdaptersNew Removable Media OptionsIBM i Hardware EnhancementsFirmware insightsNew IBM Networking switchesBonus Topics
  69. 69. IBM Power Systems© 2013 IBM Corporation70Agenda – Bonus TopicsPOWER7+ Chip TechnologyPower 710-760 IntroPOWER7+ 710/730 & 7R1/7R2POWER7+ 720/740POWER7+ 750/760Active Memory Expansion for POWER7+SSD EnhancementsNew PCIe Gen2 AdaptersNew Removable Media OptionsIBM i Hardware EnhancementsAIX-specific enhancementsFirmware insightsNew IBM Networking switchesBonus Topics– Pure Systems update– Terms & Conditions for firmware– rPerf/CPW values
  70. 70. IBM Power Systems© 2013 IBM Corporation71IBM PureApplication System on Power– POWER7+ Technology– Fully assembled, cabled, integrated rack offeredin four configurations: 96, 192, 384, 608 cores– Pre-loaded and pre-configured with:• AIX• IBM WebSphere Application Server HypervisorEdition• IBM DB2 Enterprise Edition• Patterns: IBM Transactional Database, Data Mart,and Application for Java
  71. 71. IBM Power Systems© 2013 IBM Corporation74CPWGHz (#core/socket) : CPW (# core)POWER7+ 7103.6 GHz (4): 28,400 (4)4.2 GHz (6): 49,400 (6)4.2 GHz (8): 64,500 (8)POWER7+ 7304.3 GHz (4): 59,700 (8)4.2 GHz (6): 89,200 (12),3.6 GHz (8): 104,700 (16)4.2 GHz (8): 117,600 (16)POWER7+ 7203.6 GHz (4): 28,400 (4)3.6 GHz (6), 42,400 (6),3.6 GHz (8): 56,300 (8)POWER7+ 7404.2 GHz (6): 49,000 (6), 91,700 (12)3.6 GHz (8): 56,300 (8), 106,500 (16)4.2 GHz (8): 64,500 (8), 120,000 (16)POWER7+ 7503.5 GHz (8): 52,000(8), 96,000(16), 141,500(24), 185(32)4.0 GHz (8): 59,000(8), 108,000(16), 158,000(24), 208,000(32)POWER7+ 7603.1 GHz (12): 69,800(12), 129,000(24), 194,700(36), 258,000(48)3.4 GHz (12): 75,200(12), 137,000(24), 209,000(36), 274,000(48)
  72. 72. IBM Power Systems© 2013 IBM Corporation75rPerfGHz (#core/socket) : rPerf (# core)POWER7+ 7103.6 GHz (4): 53.9 (4)4.2 GHz (6): 90.6 (6)4.2 GHz (8): 115.5 (8)POWER7+ 7304.3 GHz (4): 120.4 (8),4.2 GHz (6): 176.6 (12),3.6 GHz (8): 197.7 (16)4.2 GHz (8): 223.1 (16)POWER7+ 7203.6 GHz (4): 53.9 (4)3.6 GHz (6), 79.5 (6),3.6 GHz (8): 102.4 (8)POWER7+ 7404.2 GHz (6): 90.6 (6), 176.6 (12)3.6 GHz (8): 102.4 (8), 197.7 (16)4.2 GHz (8): 115.5 (8), 223.1 (16)POWER7+ 7503.5 GHz (8): 104.5 (8), 197.0 (16), 275.9 (24), 354.9 (32)4.0 GHz (8): 117.1 (8), 220.7 (16), 309.2 (24), 397.7 (32)POWER7+ 7603.1 GHz (12): 142.1 (12), 264.8 (24), 370.7 (36), 476.7 (48)3.4 GHz (12): 151.4 (12), 282.1 (24), 395.0 (36), 507.8 (48)
  73. 73. IBM Power Systems© 2013 IBM Corporation76AgendaPOWER7+ Chip TechnologyPower 710-760 IntroPOWER7+ 710/730 & 7R1/7R2POWER7+ 720/740POWER7+ 750/760Active Memory Expansion for POWER7+SSD EnhancementsNew PCIe Gen2 AdaptersNew Removable Media OptionsIBM i Hardware EnhancementsFirmware insightsNew IBM Networking switchesBonus Topics
  74. 74. IBM Power Systems© 2013 IBM Corporation77Q&AQ & A

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