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  • 1. ® Phoenix IMS Users GroupExploiting the Power of the Mainframe: The Latest News from System z Diane Goff IBM IMS ATS dgoff@us.ibm.com © 2012 IBM Corporation
  • 2. Phoenix IMS Users Group Agenda Smarter Planet / Smarter Computing and the Role of IBM System z® IBM zEnterprise™ System A Smarter ‘System of Systems’ for a Smarter Planet – IBM zEnterprise EC12 (zEC12) – IBM zEnterprise 196 (z196) – IBM zEnterprise 114 (z114) – IBM zEnterprise BladeCenter®Extension (zBX) – IBM zEnterprsie Unified Resource Manager IBM zEnterprise Software2 2
  • 3. Phoenix IMS Users Group Neonatal Law Care Enforcement Several years ago we started describing the Telecom Fraud Smarter Planet Prevention we saw emerging, fueling Resource Traffic innovation Management Control across industries. Manufacturing Trading3 3
  • 4. Phoenix IMS Users GroupThe inefficiencies of traditional computing get in the way Banks Healthcare China online banking Asian insurance firm AIA transactions tripled from Group, grew transactions 50b to 150b 2009 to 20111 50% in 2011, while serving 20M+ policy holders Government Insurance European Central $20B US Healthcare IT Government System z outsourcing market nearly workload growth rate doubled 2009 – 2011, annually 2007 – 2011: +25% transactions grew 35%+ 1. According to PBOC (the People’s Bank of China) 4
  • 5. Phoenix IMS Users GroupToday’s applications are increasing demands on datasystems Banks Healthcare 1.8 zettabytes of digital NA hospital, ambulatory data in 2011, growing data to quadruple to 665 exponentially1 terabytes by 20152 Government Insurance $1.2 billion saved At least 10% of property through tax compliance casualty claims are in New York state inflated or fraudulent 1. IDC Predictions Report 2011 2. Enterprise Strategy Group, January 2011 5
  • 6. Phoenix IMS Users GroupThe data system needs to be secure and trusted Banks Healthcare sharing health data requires 2.7 billion people don’t availability and privacy have access to banking1 standards compliance Government Insurance has an increased 90% of insurance CEOs dependency on IT picked getting closer to systems requiring better customers as a top strategic availability and reliability initiative in the next 5 years2 1. World Bank high level conference on Post-Crisis growth and development 2. IBM Institute for Business Value – Global CEO study, 2010 6
  • 7. Phoenix IMS Users GroupInnovative clients are implementing new technologies to… React to shorter product cycles by delivering IT efficiency for and invest in new services … core business transactions Deliver new business by using actionable insight for opportunities … information-centric processes Capture new markets and drive by strengthening the customer top-line revenue growth … experience 7
  • 8. Phoenix IMS Users GroupOn a Smarter Planet, there are no clear boundaries of IT“All clients are experiencing the phenomena of what we call ‘front office transformation’— social media, devices, mobility– all reshaping the way they want to engage their customers, and how they capitalize on Big Data and analytics.” Ginni Rometty, President and CEO IBM 8
  • 9. Phoenix IMS Users GroupCEOs believe technology will be at the forefront of drivingchange through 2015* Is your infrastructure optimized for the greatest efficiency of all your“71% of CEOs applications and resources? identify technology change as the most Does your infrastructure enable you important external to provide rich, actionable insight? force impacting their organizations”* Are you leveraging new technologies—mobile, social, cloud— to deliver an excellent customer experience at every touch point? * IBM, Leading Through Connections: Insights from the Global Chief Executive Officer Study, May 2012. 9
  • 10. Phoenix IMS Users GroupThe world is changing.Is your infrastructure ready? The time is now to… 70% of IT budget is devoted to Leverage cloud to speed time to operations and maintenance1 market and improve efficiency Connected devices will surge to 22 billion by 20202, with digital content rocketing to 8 Unlock the power of Big Data to zettabytes by 2015 (90% deliver more actionable insight unstructured)3 The average IT infrastructure is Secure critical information to attacked nearly 60,000 times comply, reduce risk and protect every day4 1 IDC, Game Changing Virtual Technology: Major Shifts and Innovations that will Forever Change your IT Business 2 Forrester, BT 2020: To Thrive In The Empowered Era, You’ll Need Software, Software Everywhere, Phil Murphy, January 30, 2012. 3 IDC, IDC Predictions 2012: Competing for 2020, Doc #231720, December 2011, 4 IBM X-Force Research 10
  • 11. Phoenix IMS Users GroupOrganizations need to be able to make faster, better-informed decisions to drive smarter businessoutcomes. Data growth continues unabated, 25% to 50% a year. IT budgets flat or decreasing. Increased use of rich content and unstructured data. More security and compliance regulations impacting ITCIOs are driving a strategic and planned approach tobuilding out the digital platform the business relies on, aswell as making corresponding investments to improve theirability to manage it. 11
  • 12. Phoenix IMS Users Group Smarter Computing: Tomorrow Ready. Smarter Computing is the IT infrastructure that enables a Smarter Planet. Cloud Ready Data Ready Security Ready 12
  • 13. Phoenix IMS Users GroupSmarter organizations are tapping into entirely newcapabilities for optimizing business processes,collaborating and driving innovation simply by usinginformation to transform their business. Deliver IT Strengthen the Enable actionable efficiency customer experience insights Establish a scalable Ensure data and system Apply business foundation for your integrity across your analytics to optimize information organization decisions Manage critical Redefine the customer Unlock the value of information and experience by delivering operational data that business processes personalized interactions fuels a Smarter Planet while optimizing for when and where in an economy that is greater efficiency of customers want to rapidly evolving to be resources. consume them information-centric 13
  • 14. Phoenix IMS Users GroupIBM zEnterprise can help you close the gaps in yourinformation-centric environment. Efficiency at Trusted Operational Scale Security and Analytics Resiliency EFFICIENCY INTEGRITY ACTIONABLE INSIGHT • Enables very large scale • Delivers unmatched • Integrated modeling of real time consolidation and the flexible security and reliability for data and consolidated corporate delivery of services through a core business processes data to deliver information and private enterprise cloud and data insight across the enterprise 14
  • 15. Phoenix IMS Users Group Efficiency at the core State of the art technology above the rest Superior security with high-speed cryptography integrated as part of the chipLeadership in performance with 5.5 GHz6-Core Processor Chip Extreme scalability and parallelism with transactional execution facilityAccelerate application development with enhancementsto decimal format conversions and 2 GB page frames Reduce application overhead with runtime instrumentation facilityOptimized data serving with largest cache inthe industry 15
  • 16. Phoenix IMS Users Group Enable very large scale consolidation and the flexible delivery of services through a private enterprise cloud Organizations will now be able to make faster, better-informed decisions to drive smarter business outcomes because their systems are designed to operate that way.“IBM has one of the mostcomprehensive cloud portfolios.” – Jeff Vance, Datamation• Hybrid Cloud computing with zManager across the tiered architecture• Optimized systems• Efficient transaction processing• Integrated application infrastructure 16
  • 17. Phoenix IMS Users GroupThe ideal private enterprise cloud zEnterprise brings together the benefits of enterprise computing and cloud computing in a single system• Enterprise Computing capabilities – Extreme scale and leadership security A Virtual server on System z can be provisioned in and resiliency enabling delivery of critical minutes services System z servers• Cloud computing capabilities often run consistently at 90%+ utilization – Extreme flexibility and efficiency of fully virtualized resources across heterogeneous platforms zEnterprise can run hundreds or thousands of diverse workloads in a single system• Centrally manages and controls a set of resources A Private Cloud on – A single integrated system for rapid and zEnterprise can lower server TCA efficient provisioning of services to by up to 84%1 accelerate time to market and reduce cost 1 (Source: IBM SWG CPO – Internal testing) 17 2 (IBM calculations of zEnterprise limits across maximum z196 configuration. Results may vary)
  • 18. Phoenix IMS Users Group Why Deploy Cloud and Linux on System z? Increased Productivity More Efficient Data Center TCA of less than $0.70 per day per virtual server1 U.S. Insurance Company uses 80% less energy than existing 79% less TCA vs. leading public distributed servers cloud 2 Less floor space More than 3,000 applications available on System z Fewer physical servers to manage Higher Utilization Greater Reliability, Availability Most clients run consistently at Most customers test backup of 90%+ utilization1 System z to 100% recovery “Shared everything” architecture annually Manage up to 100,000 virtual Built-in hardware redundancy servers1 Capacity and Backup on Demand 1 IBM calculations of zEnterprise limits across maximum z196 configuration. Results may vary. 5-Year Total IT Cost 2 The Edison Group: The Value of IBM zEnterprise for Deploying Heterogeneous Private Clouds, savings start at 250 virtual servers 18
  • 19. Phoenix IMS Users Group System z has the highest security rating or classification for any commercially available serverIBM zEnterprise… Offers fewer points of breach than a pure UNIX® or x86 implementations. Helps identify fraud risks in real time and help stops them before they happen. Enables a reduction of risk and simplification of governance and compliance. Server images hosted on Linux on System z can benefit from legendary System z availability, security and systems management.1 1IBM design points, Internal studies and analysis. 19
  • 20. Phoenix IMS Users Group Secure resilience Delivering unmatched security and reliability for core business processes • Conduct business with the highest level of integritySurpass EAL5+ ‒ Reduce risk of security and data breacheshighest level of ‒ Secure sensitive data and identitiescertification for ‒ Uncover possible intrusion attemptsgeneral purposeservers ‒ Enforce policy compliance • Continuous availability to increase growth ‒ Reduce the impact to business by eliminating outages which cost on average >$500K ‒ Eliminate the costs for an hour-long outage which can vary from $225 to $89K an hour and can affect millions of users 20
  • 21. Phoenix IMS Users Group System z stands alone with security hardened into the architectureAvailability plus the security provided by the zEC12 enables alevel of resiliency that allows businesses to be competitive dayin and day out in this global environment. 21
  • 22. Phoenix IMS Users Group Apply operational analytics to optimize decisionsApply advanced analytics and industry expertise to a wealth of informationin order to more precisely predict—and continuously act on—risks andopportunities.REACTION PREDICTION Goal Goal Unforeseen Decision Point Predicted Decision Point 22
  • 23. Phoenix IMS Users GroupCombining the best transaction system withthe best analytics systemBest in OLTP Best in data warehouse Best in consolidationIndustry-recognized Proven appliance leader in Unprecedented mixedleader in mission-critical high-speed analytic systems workload flexibility andtransaction systems virtualization providing the most options for cost- effective consolidation Business insight integration IBM DB2 Analytics Accelerator is a new workload optimized, appliance add-on, that enables the integration of business insights into operational processes [Evolution of ISAO] 23
  • 24. Phoenix IMS Users GroupThe IBM DB2 Analytics Accelerator (IDAA)Capitalizing on the best of both worlds – System z and Netezza The IBM DB2 Analytics Accelerator is a blending of System z and Netezza technologies that delivers unparalleled mixed workload performance for addressing complex analytic business needs. Performance, availability and scalability Extreme Performance for Complex Analytics Breakthrough technologies - Hardware acceleration Transparent to DB2 applications 24
  • 25. Phoenix IMS Users Group Operational Analytics Integrating business insights when and where it mattersReal-Real-Time Scoring offers new technology that ensures current, relevantbusiness insights within the time of a transaction Improve query response times by up to 30% when updating to IBM zEnterprise EC12Advanced query management integrates operational, strategic,and tactical decisions, while delivering response times up to 2000x faster, andmaintaining critical business priorities Enterprise- Enterprise-wide Data Warehousing leverages leading temporal and data governance capabilities, to deliver a single, consistent view of business 25
  • 26. Phoenix IMS Users Group With System z, even the most complex queries can be processed within secondsDeliver real-time insights that uncover new business opportunities,and provide that information to the front lines of business, so thatthey can take action when it can yield real business results. 26
  • 27. Phoenix IMS Users GroupzEnterprise EC12 parallel sysplex availability leads the pack Downtime Survey (400 participants in 20 countries) 3.5 3 Downtime Hours Per Year 2.5 System z Parallel Sysplex with 99.999% availability 2 5 minutes 1.5 1 0.5 0 Microsoft Microsoft Novell HP HP Sun Mandrake Novell IBM IBM Win2003 Win2008 Linux on HP-UX HP-UX Solaris Linux Linux on AIX z/OS on on Intel x86 on on on on Intel x86 on Sysplex Intel x86 Intel x86 (unmodified) Intel Itanium HP PA-RISC Sun SPARC Intel x86 (modified) IBM Power Source: ITIC: ITIC 2009 Global Server Hardware & Server OS Reliability Survey; July 2009; http://itic-corp.com/blog/2009/07/itic-2009-global-server-hardware-server-os- reliability-survey-results/; Results are measured in minutes per year. *Note: All operating systems included in the survey are not included in this chart. Fifteen operating systems on various processor architectures were included in the survey. The chart will be updated when the full report is available. 27
  • 28. Phoenix IMS Users GroupIBM Software for zEnterprise solves key BusinessInitiatives Cloud Data Security Efficiency at Scale Operational Analytics Ultimate SecurityDelivering high value Delivering predictive and Providing advanced datasecured applications and operational analysis of real- security and auditservices to create the ideal time enterprise data to deliver capabilities for managing risk,private cloud environment insights data leaks, and compliance issues NEWIBM CICS Transaction Server for IBM DB2 Analytics Accelerator V3 IBM Security zSecure Suitez/OS® V5.1 and tools IBM zEnterprise Analytics System V1.13.1IBM OMEGAMON® Family V5.1 9700/9710 IBM InfoSphere Guardium V9.0IBM Continuous Integration for Cognos BI 10.2System z InfoSphere™ Optim™ 9.1IBM Integrated solution for DB2 for z/OS ToolsSystem z development IMS Enterprise Suite 2.2IBM Sterling B2B Integrator V5.2.5 DB2 11 Beta ESP, IMS 13 QPPIBM Sterling File Gateway V2.2.4 IBM Business Rules for z/OS V8.1 IBM Operational Decision Management V8.1 28 28
  • 29. Phoenix IMS Users Group zEnterprise provides the foundation for the “smart” infrastructure on which we can build the workloads of today and tomorrowThey are workloads that … … and / or … Rely on data serving and application components on Reside in low utilization / IBM System z® development environments Solutions that need to Can be made more leverage strengths of efficient through System z… Security, consolidation Reliability, Availability Can be optimized by using Have application the newest virtualization components on UNIX (HP, technology Sun, Power) or Linux (x86, System z) but require a higher level of integration capabilities and efficiency … but also may … Reside in complex multi-platform IT environments Require flexible development and test infrastructure Require simplified, integrated policy and management 29
  • 30. Phoenix IMS Users Group Evolution of hybrid computing with IBM System z AnnouncedIBM zEnterprise® 196 (z196) zEnterprise First ever multiplatform Availability of Availability of Analytics System computer – mainframe and Microsoft® Windows® Linux® on IBM 9700 and IDAA V3 distributed with single on System x blades management DataPower® XI50z System x® on HX5 in zBX and APIs within the IBM blades in the zBX zEnterprise BladeCenter® Extension (zBX) HTTP MQ JMS FTP IMS CSV COBOL XML SOAP July 2010 Nov 2010 Mar 2011 Jul 2011 Sep 2011 Oct 2011 Dec 2011 Aug 2012 Oct 2012 Availability of zBX with IBM Announce IBM zEnterprise EC12 IDAA – evolution of IBM POWER7® blades and IBM zEnterprise 114 (zEC12) Smart Analytics Optimizer – IBM Smart Analytics Optimizer Next generation of coming out of the zBX and into Netezza technology hybrid computing 30
  • 31. Phoenix IMS Users Group IBM zEnterprise System: The complete system of systems The integration of a shared pool of Cloud Ready virtualized heterogeneous resources, managed as a single Data Ready system, that is: Security Ready31 31
  • 32. Phoenix IMS Users GroupIBM zEnterprise EC12 System: The Next Generation inHybrid Computing The foundation for a secure cloud for data, enabling enterprises to improve service to their customers. Efficiency at scale Operational analytics Ultimate security Provides a highly secure and A secure and scalable Delivering unmatched security for scalable enterprise cloud for enterprise data repository critical business processes, efficiently running multiple that integrates operational applications and data critical applications analytics for accelerated insight 32
  • 33. Phoenix IMS Users GroupIntroducing the newest members of the zEnterprise SystemThe zEnterprise EC12 and zEnterprise BladeCenter ExtensionModel 003 IBM zEnterprise EC12 (zEC12)• zEC12 has the industry’s fastest chip with each core at 5.5 GHz• New innovation to drive availability with IBM zAware and Flash Express• Optimized for the corporate data serving environment• Hardware functions boost software performance for Java™, PL/I, DB2® IBM zEnterprise Unified Resource Manager and zEnterprise BladeCenter Extension (zBX) Mod 003 • Supports the new zEC12 platform • Hosts PS701 and HX5 blades • Provides workload-awareness resource optimization • Enhancements to System Director support zBX • System z will continue to expand hybrid computing Plus more flexibility and function by connecting IBM DB2 Analytics Accelerator • Deployment of business analytics on the same platform as operational applications -- analytics and OLTP can be run as the same workload • IBM Data Analytics Accelerator V3 lowers the cost of analytics 33
  • 34. Phoenix IMS Users Group zEnterprise EC12 is the core of next generation of System z zEC12Up to Performance improvement over z19625% uniprocessor1 Up to Machine Type: 2827 25% Models: H20, H43, H66, H89, HA1 Faster engines1 Advanced Technology 5.5 GHz 6-coreUp to50% Total capacity improvement over z196 M801 processor chip delivers a performance boost Up to for all workloads 50%Up to More total capacity1 Configurable cores for client use Innovation to drive availability to superior101 levels60 subcapacity settings Up to 101 configurable cores – IBM zAware offers snap-shot of the current 60 subcapacityUp to 3 TB RAIM memory settings state of your business Up to 3 TB RAIM memory – FLASH Express and pageable large pages toIFL, zIIP, zAAP, ICFs and optional SAPs drive availability and performance for critical IFL, zIIP, zAAP, ICFs and optional SAPs workloadsEnvironmental focus to improve data centerefficiencies including new non raised floor option Environmental focus Trusted resilience is a zEnterprise standard Upgradeable from IBM zEnterprise 196Upgradeable from IBM zEnterprise 196®(z196) andSystem z10® Enterprise Class (z10 EC™) Enterprise Class and IBM System z101 Based on preliminary internal measurements and projections against a z196. Official performance data will be available upon announce and can be obtained online at LSPR (Large Systems Performance Reference) website at: https://www.ibm.com/servers/resourcelink/lib03060.nsf/pages/lsprindex . Actual performance results may vary by customer based on individual workload, configuration and software levels. 34
  • 35. Phoenix IMS Users Group zEnterprise EC12 is the core of next generation System z Up to Performance zEC12 25 improvement over Machine Type: 2827 % z196 uniprocessor1 Models: H20, H43, H66, H89, HA1 Advanced Technology 5.5 GHz processor chip for performance Up to Total capacity boost for all workloads 50 improvement over – Over 78,000 MIPS for large scale consolidation % z196 M801 – Larger cache for data serving Processor chip optimized for software performance Up to – Advanced performance functions exploited by Java, PL/I, Configurable cores compilers, DB2 and more 101 for client use Innovation to drive availability to superior levels 60 subcapacity settings – IBM zAware with out-of-band analytics provide point in time snap-shot of the current state of your business and can help Up to 3 TB RAIM memory you improve availability IFL, zIIP, zAAP, ICFs and optional – FLASH Express and pageable large pages to drive SAPs availability and performance for critical workloads Environmental focus to improve Security and reliability are in our DNA data center efficiencies including new non raised floor option – High speed cryptography integrated as part of the chip – Enhanced support for applications requiring data encryption, Upgradeable from IBM zEnterprise cryptographic keys and digital signing with new Crypto 196 (z196) and System z10® Express4S Enterprise Class (z10 EC™) – PR/SM designed for EAL5+ certification1 Based on preliminary internal measurements and projections. Official performance data will be available upon announce and can be obtained online at LSPR (Large Systems Performance Reference) website at: https://www-304.ibm.com/servers/resourcelink/lib03060.nsf/pages/lsprindex?OpenDocument . Actual performance results may vary by customer based on individual 35 workload, configuration and software levels.
  • 36. Phoenix IMS Users GroupIBM zEnterprise EC12: An optimized system JavaSemiconductor Microprocessor Systems Virtualization Compilers & OptimizedTechnology Design Design & Operating Java Virtual Middleware Systems Machine 36
  • 37. Phoenix IMS Users GroupzEnterprise EC12: Freedom through DesignEnhanced performance and scalability for Smarter Computing Up to Up to Up to 25% 50% 25% Core processor performance Total capacity More configurable cores improvement over improvement over z196 for client use over z196 IBM zEnterprise® 196 (z196)• Faster processors and more capacity for economies of scale• New processor chip optimized for software performance – Up to 45% improvement for Java™ workloads – Up to 27% improvement in compute-intensive and floating- point C/C++ applications – Up to 30% improvement in IMS™ workloads – More than 30% improvement for SAP workloads• Larger caches to optimize data-serving environments Upgradeable from: IBM zEnterprise 196 (z196)• Hybrid computing capabilities to reduce cost and complexity and IBM System z10® Enterprise Class (z10 EC™) 37
  • 38. Phoenix IMS Users Group Processor chip optimized for software performance Exploited by Java, PL/I, compilers, DB2, more Our leadership in microprocessor design supports a boost in performance for all Excellent Results: workloads – Second generation out of order design Up to Up to – Multi-level branch prediction supports complex 45% 27% workloads Improvement Improvement in for Java CPU intensive int Larger caches to optimize data serving workloads1 & float C/C++ environments applications1 – Almost 2x on chip and 2x additional on book New hardware functions optimized for Up to More than software performance 30% 30% – Transactional Execution Facility for parallelism and Improvement in Improvement in scalability throughput for throughput for – Runtime Instrumentation Facility is intended to help DB2 for z/OS SAP workloads1 reduce Java overhead operational – 2 GB page frames are intended to offer performance analytics2 improvements for DB2 buffer pools and Java heaps – Up to 30% improvement in IMS throughput due to faster CPU and cache, compliers, and more1 – New IBM Enterprise PL/I compiler is planned to exploit and get a performance boost from decimal format conversions facility1 Based on preliminary internal measurements and projections2 Aa measured by the IBM 9700 Solution Integration Center. The measured operational BI workload consists of 56 concurrent users executing a fixed set of 160,860 Cognos reports . Compared DB2 v10 workload running on38 IBMs z196 w/10 processors to an zEC12 w/10 processors
  • 39. Phoenix IMS Users GroupzEC12 – Overall Attributes Highlights (compared to z196)50% more cores in a CP chip – Up to 5.7% faster core running frequency – Up to 25% capacity improvement over z196 uni-processorBigger caches and shorter latency – Total L2 per core is 33% bigger – Total on-chip shared L3 is 100% bigger – Unique private L2 designed to reduce L1 miss latency by up to 45%3rd Generation High Frequency, 2nd Generation Out of Order Design – Numerous pipeline improvements based on z10 and z196 designs – # of instructions in flight is increased by 25%New 2nd level Branch Prediction Table for enterprise scale program footprint – 3.5x more branchesDedicated Co-processor per core with improved performance and additionalcapability – New hardware support for Unicode UTF8<>UTF16 bulk conversionsMultiple innovative architectural extensions for software exploitation 39
  • 40. Phoenix IMS Users GroupzEC12 Architecture ExtensionsTransactional Execution (a/k/a Transactional Memory) – Software-defined sequence treated by hardware as atomic “transaction” – Enables significantly more efficient software • Highly-parallelized applications • Speculative code generation • Lock elision – Designed for exploitation by Java; longer-term opportunity for DB2, z/OS, othersRuntime instrumentation – Real-time information to software on dynamic program characteristics – Enables increased optimization in JVM/JIT recompilations – Additional exploitation opportunities in the works2 GB page frames – Increased efficiency for DB2 buffer pools, Java heap, other large structuresSoftware directives to improve hardware performance – Data usage intent improves cache management – Branch pre-load improves branch prediction effectiveness – Block prefetch moves data closer to processor earlier, reducing access latencyDecimal format conversions – Enable broader exploitation of Decimal Floating Point facility by COBOL programs 40
  • 41. Phoenix IMS Users GroupzEC12 Full and Sub-Capacity CP OfferingsCP CapacityRelative to Full Capacity Uni Subcapacity CPs, up to 20, may be ordered on ANY zEC12 model. 7xx = 100% ~ 1514 PCI ~ If 21 or more CPs are ordered all must be full 7xx capacity 6xx ~ 63% ~ 947 PCI ~ ~ 7xx All CPs on a zEC12 CPC must be the same capacity 5xx ~ 42% ~ 631 PCI ~ ~ 4xx ~ 16% ~ 240 PCI ~ ~ All specialty engines run at full capacity. The one for xx = 01 Through 20 one entitlement to purchase one zAAP and one zIIP for 6xx each CP purchased is the same for CPs of any capacity. Only 20 CPs can have granular capacity but 5xx other PU cores may be characterized as full capacity specialty engines 4xx For no CPs, the capacity setting is 400 PVU for zEC12 is 120 MSU Sub Capacity H20 H43 H66 H89 HA1 41
  • 42. Phoenix IMS Users Group IBM System z: System I/O Bandwidth 384 GB/Sec* Design Comparison for High End Systems 288 GB/sec* Balanced System CPU, nWay, Memory, I/O Bandwidth* 172.8 GB/sec* 96 GB/sec 24 GB/sec PCI forMemory 1.5 TB** 256 64 1-way3 TB** 512 GB 300 450 600 920 1202 GB GB 1514 16-way 32-way zEC12 54-way z196 64-way z10 EC * Servers exploit a subset of its 80-way z9 EC designed I/O capability ** Up to 1 TB per LPAR zSeries 990 PCI – Processor Capacity Index 101-way zSeries 900 Processors 42
  • 43. Phoenix IMS Users Group zEC12 performance and scalability Balanced performance growth 1.5X z196 total capacity – Across broad range of workloads – 27 or 30 cores per MCM – Scalable from 1 to 101 processors – 120 max cores (Model HA1) LSPR: 1.25 x z196 Continued full-stack performance focus – 32nm SOI technology – New z/Architecture features – Improved core and cache designs – Compiler optimization for zEC12 • Hybrid Computing – POWER7 and System x blades • Linux on System x and Microsoft Windows IBM DB2 Analytics Accelerator (IDAA) • DataPower XI50z with Netezza • Hybrid Computing – POWER7 & System x blades • Linux on System x and Microsoft Windows zEC12 • DataPower XI50zConfigurable Engines z196 • Specialty engines z10 EC PureSystems • zArchitecture enhancements • 100 new instructions • RAIM memory • Focus on core strengths – • Compute intensive • PCIe I/O drawer scale, security, availability • Decimal Floating Point • Optional offerings – water • Compiler optimized for zEC12 • zHPF cooling or HV DC power • Preplanning enhancements Capacity 43
  • 44. Phoenix IMS Users GroupSystem z Servers Continue to Scale with zEC12 120 engines zEC12 101-way*Each new range continues todeliver: 96 engines • New function z196 80-way • Unprecedented capacity to meet 77 engines consolidation needs Maximum PCI 64-way z10 EC • Improved efficiency to further reduce 64 engines energy consumption z9 EC 54-way • Continues to delivering flexible and 48 engines simplified on demand capacity z990 32-way • A mainframe that goes beyond the traditional paradigm 20 engines z900 16-way Minimum PCIPCI - Processor Capacity Index z900 z990 z9 EC z10 EC z196 zEC12*z/OS supports up to a 100-way only z/OS 1.6 z/OS 1.6 z/OS 1.6 z/OS 1.8 z/OS 1.11 z/OS 1.13 44
  • 45. Phoenix IMS Users Group zEC12 Continues the CMOS Mainframe Heritage Begun in 1994 5.2 GHz 5.5 GHz 6000 6000 4.4 GHz 5000 5000 4000 4000MHz/GHz 3000 3000 1.7 GHz 1.2 GHz 2000 2000 770 MHz 1000 1000 00 2000 2003 2005 2008 2010 2012 z900 z990 z9 EC z10 EC z196 zEC12 z900 189 nm SOI z990 130 nm SOI z9ec 90 nm SOI z10ec 65 nm SOI z196 45 nm SOI zxxx 32 nm SOI 16 Cores 32 Cores 54 Cores 64 Cores 80 Cores 101 Cores Full 64-bit Superscalar System level High-freq core OOO core OOO and eDRAM z/Architecture Modular SMP scaling 3-level cache eDRAM cache cache improvements RAIM memory PCIe Flash zBX integration Arch extensions for scaling 45
  • 46. Phoenix IMS Users GroupExtending System z Availability with Flash Express and IBM zAware Highly resilient & available systems Business Server Systems Operations Availability Application Design Availability Availability Sparing HyperSwap™ Capacity on Demand IBM zAware Concurrent Upgrade Capacity Back Up Flash Express Enhanced Book Virtual networking GDPS®/HyperSwap Availability Data Sharing Call home Hardware checks Redundant parts Parallel Sysplex® Designed to Prevent Designed to Improve Designed to improve Designed to Improve Hard Failures System SW Availability Continuous Operations Business Availability IBM Confidential 46
  • 47. Phoenix IMS Users GroupIBM Flash Express – Smarter Availability for SmarterSystems• Flash Express is an innovative solution designed to help you compete effectively in today’s market – Automatically improve availability for key workloads at critical processing times – Drive availability and performance for workloads that cannot tolerate paging spikes or inconsistent performance – Slash latency for critical application processing such as diagnostics collection• Extends IBM’s expertise in memory management introducing a new tier of memory using Flash Express• Provides a secured, resilient and immediately usable solution• Planned Flash Express and pageable large page exploiters: – z/OS V1.13 Language Environment – Java SDK7 and by extension • WAS Liberty Profile v8.5 • DB2 • IMS 12 • And a future release of CICS® Transaction Server – IMS 12 Common Queue Server47 © 2012 IBM Corporation 47
  • 48. Phoenix IMS Users GroupIntroducing Flash Express Time to Read• Flash Express is intended to improve System z availability Data measured – Slash latency delays from paging in System z • Flash Memory is much faster than spinning disk Instructions • Flash Memory is much slower than main memory • Flash Memory takes less power than either – Make your start of day processing fast Real Memory: – Designed to eliminate delays from SVC Dump processing (256B line) More Latency ~100 Instructions• zEC12 offers optional Flash Express memory cards – Supported in PCIe I/O drawer with other PCIe I/O cards – Installed in pairs for availability Flash Memory – No HCD/IOCP definitions required (4K page) ~100K• Assign Flash Memory to partitions like main memory Instructions – Assignment is by memory amount, not by feature – Each partition’s Flash Memory is isolated like main memory External Disk – Dynamically increase the partition maximum amount of Flash (4K page) – Dynamically configure Flash Memory into and out of the partition ~5,000K Instructions 48
  • 49. Phoenix IMS Users GroupRelative Access Times for different technologies Access time CPU < 20 ns Cache Random Access < 200 ns Memory (RAM) Flash Express 5-20 micro sec. Solid State Drive (SSD) Storage 1-3 ms < 10 ms Spinning Disk Drive WORM, Tape Library seconds 49
  • 50. Phoenix IMS Users GroupFlash Express Exploitation on zEC12 IBM Flash ExpressFlash Express will be exploited by z/OS– z/OS V1.13 Flash Web Deliverable – GA December 14, 2012 • Pagable Large Pages (1 MB)– z/OS V1.13 enabling PTFs for RSM enhancements – 1Q2013 • Flash Dynamic Reconfiguration • Optional PLPA and COMMON Page data sets– DB2 for z/OS and JAVA SDK7 SR3 will support pageable Large Pages (SoD*)– IBM is working with it’s Linux Distribution partners to include support in future Linux on System z distribution releases– IMS* CQS will use pageable Large Pages when IMS runs on zEC12 – Availability targeted for end of 2013 *All statements regarding IBMs future direction and intent are subject to change or withdrawal without notice, and represent goals and objectives only. 50
  • 51. Phoenix IMS Users GroupIBM zAware delivers smarter message monitoringcapabilities The complexity and rate of change of today’s IT infrastructures stress the limits of IT to resolve problems quickly and accurately–while preserving SLAs IT is challenged to diagnose system anomalies and restore service quickly – Systems often experience problems which are difficult or unusual to detect – Existing tools do little to quickly identify messages preceding system problems – Some incidents begin with symptoms that remain undetected for long periods of time – Manual log analysis is skills-intensive, and prone to errors IBM zAware with Expert System Diagnostics Gets it Right, Fast – IBM zAware helps improve problem determination in near real time – helps rapidly and accurately identify problems and speed time to recovery – Analyzes massive amounts of data to identify problematic messages, providing information to enable faster corrective action – Analytics on log data provides a near real time view of current system state – Cutting edge pattern recognition examines system behavior to help you pinpoint deviations – Machine learning, modeling and historical data work to describe your unique environment 51
  • 52. Phoenix IMS Users GroupIBM zAware - Identifies Unusual System Behavior IBM zAware contains sophisticated analytics, applies IBM insight, and machine learning to understand your unique system. Monitoring Detection Frequency Reporting• Supports IBM and non • Detects anomalies other • Samples every 2 minutes • Near real time analysis IBM middleware and solutions might miss • 10 minute interval • Intuitive reporting – both applications • Can find the rare or • Uses 90 day rolling high level and drill down• Monitors OPERLOG in a infrequent message baseline; a utility provided • Color coded browser sysplex or monoplex • Can detect an unusual to populate baseline; display• Assigns a message number of normal flexibility provided • XML output can feed anomaly score to help messages ISVs or processes identify potential issues • Can detect messages – Tivoli® intends to issued out of context provide alert and event notifications152 © 2012 IBM Corporation 52 1 All statements regarding IBM future direction and intent are subject to change or withdrawal without notice and represents goals and objectives only.
  • 53. Phoenix IMS Users GroupSophisticated Detection and Diagnostic Capabilities IBM zAware - Cutting edge pattern recognition analytics looks at the health of a z/OS system – Perform machine learning, pattern recognition, and statistical analysis on streaming messages to look for unexpected patterns to give faster, more pinpointed recognition of problems IBM zAware - A ‘watch dog’ to detect unusual behavior of z/OS images in near real time – enabling you act on system issues sooner - pushes z/OS high availability even beyond what it is today. – Diagnose problems/ critical events/ outages while they are occurring in real time – Helps heighten awareness of small problems so they can be corrected quickly – Determine the cause of problems so the operation team can establish procedures to prevent a reoccurrence IBM zAware - can consume massive amounts of OPERLOG messages (anything with a well-formed message) and turn it into useful information – Works “out of the box” with relatively little customization (as compared to existing tools) – A single browser based view of the health of a Parallel Sysplex® via a relative weighting and color coding – Out of band – minimal effect on z/OS product workloads – Complementary to existing tools 53
  • 54. Phoenix IMS Users GroupIBM zAware –IBM System z Advanced Workload Analysis Reporter Monitors z/OS OPERLOG messages including all z/OS console message, ISV and application generated messages Can monitor across a sysplex Expert Machine Knowledge Learning Samples every 2 minutes. IBM IBM Reports on 10 minute time slices. zAware zAware Uses a 90 day baseline created from SYSLOG Integrated Intuitive Detects anomalies monitoring systems miss: – Messages may be suppressed or rare – Messages may indicate a trend Reports on unique messages, and a “score” Color-coded, browser-based (IE 8, Firefox) XML Output consumable through published API, can drive ISV products 54
  • 55. Phoenix IMS Users Group IBM zAware: Unmatched Resiliency by designSelf learning integrated expert solution Reduce financial impact of down timeSimple graphical interface for easy Gain visibility intodrill down system behaviorAnalyze system messages to identify Increase operatorunusual system behavior effectivenessMonitor all System z servers from a Diagnose problemssingle point and decrease risk 55
  • 56. Phoenix IMS Users GroupIBM System z Security as the Enterprise Standard• Intrinsic platform security and privacy for transactions and sensitive data helps enable System z to be the secure enterprise application server and data vault – Hardware cryptography built into each general purpose CP and IFL, and via the new Crypto Express4S coprocessors – Secure your critical information assets (or data) throughout their life cycle• Security capabilities that span the needs of multiple industries – Strong focus on security and crypto functions required by the Banking/Finance industries – Support for the payment card industry with solutions that leverage the zEC12 for compliance and security (i.e. EMV for American Express) – New IBM Enterprise PKCS #11 Coprocessor firmware and support from z/OS helps meets the requirements of the European Union and public sector clients• Leveraging the strengths of operating system security and cryptographic capabilities – Qualities needed by enterprises adopting cloud application architectures – Wide range of cryptographic primitives exploited by operating system and middleware to help secure and accelerate workloads• zEC12 supports the System z exclusive protected key processor based cryptography – Blends the speed of processor based crypto with the security of the Crypto Express coprocessor• PR/SM™ designed for EAL 5+ certification 56
  • 57. Phoenix IMS Users GroupSystems z delivers ultimate security to address yourchallenges of cost, complexity and compliance People • Encryption of critical data, at rest and in flight Data • Early detection of application vulnerabilities and Isolation of workloads Application • A fully secured virtual pool of resources as a foundation for enterprise clouds Infrastructure • Complete user authentication, access control, audit and management Governance, Risk Build a strong foundation Management and compliance for IT security 57
  • 58. Phoenix IMS Users Group Ultimate security by design High speed cryptography integrated on Protect corporate data tamper resistant hardware Enhanced digital signature capability for Meet regulatory smart passports, ID cards and banking requirements New credit card transaction verification Enable smart support for smart payment cards1 payment cards Mainframe security events integrated Enhance security with zSecure and QRadar intelligence1verification of card security codes and support for PIN changes 58
  • 59. Phoenix IMS Users GroupzEC12 – Supports efficiencies in the data center• New non-raised floor option offers flexible possibilities for the data center• Continuing to support options for better control of energy usage and improved efficiency in your data center – zEC12 has a new radiator-based air cooled system design for more efficient cooling and improved concurrent maintenance – Water cooled options on zEC12 allow for up to 9% additional data center energy savings1 – Savings with optional HV DC power when implemented in a new data center could be on the order of 7-12% of server input power2• More capacity but little change to the footprint in the data center – Identical floor cutouts for zEC12 as the z196 and z10 EC3 with no significant increase in weight – Depth of system with covers will increase by 64 mm / 2.52 inches• Over 12 years experience in designing and building earthquake resistant servers 1 Based on internal measurements with average power usage effectiveness (PUE) of 2 with well configured zEC12 configuration. 2 Based on internal measurements and projections. 3 With the exception of water cooling and overhead cabling 59
  • 60. Phoenix IMS Users GroupzBX – A Uniquely Configured Extension of the zEnterprise zBX• zBX Model 003 supported by zEC12 Machine Type: 2458 Model: 003 – Investment protection – Model 002 upgrades to Model 003 PS701 blades (112 max)• No need to make changes to applications Up to HX5 (7873) blades (56 112 and application certifications are inherited max) from blades DataPower XI50z (28 max)• Managed by Unified Resource Manager 1-4 Racks based on number of installed blades – Management of resources as defined by your business goals and objectives One zBX per zEC12 Optional Acoustic Doors – Integrated network for better security, control and faster time to value Optional Rear Door Heat Exchanger – Programmable interfaces (APIs) to connect Upgradeable from zBX Model 002 with system management tools for total management capabilities - IBM Tivoli Monitoring (ITM) has been enhanced to use the APIs 60
  • 61. Phoenix IMS Users GroupzEnterprise Hybrid ComputingThe commitment to Hybrid Computing continues with newenhancements Clients can use the same method to implement servers for AIX®, Linux® and Microsoft® Windows® to reduce costs with high quality of service Hybrid computing on IBM System z® keeps getting smarter • Enhancements to IBM zEnterprise Unified Resource manager (zManager) in support dynamic storage capabilities and additional Linux distributions • Improved image and energy management capabilities for IBM System x® and Power® blades • No charge migration to move to the current generation of IBM zEnterprise BladeCenter® Extension (zBX) and Unified Resource Manager What Clients are saying about zEnterprise Hybrid Computing … same method for implementing new servers across AIX, Linux“ and Microsoft Windows … simplify and integrate its diverse infrastructure to reduce costs and ensure high quality of service … BG-Phoenics“ … The combination of IBM System z® with Intel® servers in an Ensemble configuration turns out to be the best solution for modernization… EUROCONTROL …. a platform for all the services we need in the future …“ more computing resources for less money … Health Insurance Institute of Slovenia 61
  • 62. Phoenix IMS Users GroupIBM zEnterprise BladeCenter Extension (zBX)Machine Type: 2458 Model 003 zBX is built with integrated IBM certified components – Standard parts – TOR switch, BladeCenter Chassis, Power Distribution Units, Optional Acoustic Panels – Optional optimizer - IBM WebSphere DataPower Integration Appliance XI50 for zEnterprise (DataPower XI50z) ordered as a feature of zBX Up to 112 blades are supported on zBX – System x and POWER7 blades are acquired through existing channels – IBM System x Blades – up to 56 entitlements • IBM BladeCenter HX5 (7873) dual-socket 16-core blades Four supported memory configurations in zBX – 64 GB, 128 GB, 192 GB, 256 GB – IBM POWER7 Blades – up to 112 entitlements • IBM BladeCenter PS701 Express - 8-core processor 3.0GHz, Three supported memory configurations in zBX - 32 GB, 64 GB, 128 GB • AIX: AIX 5.3 Technology Level 12 or higher, AIX 6.1 Technology Level 5 or higher, AIX 7.1 – Up to 28 DataPower XI50z blades (double wide) – Mix and match blades in the same chassis System z support -- Blades assume System z warranty and maintenance when installed in the zBX Investment protection – Upgrade Model 002 to Model 003 – Model 002 managed only by z196 or z114 and Model 003 managed only by zEC12 62
  • 63. Phoenix IMS Users GroupOperating System Environments extend applicationflexibility Operating Systems are customer acquired and installed Unified Resource Manager will install hypervisor on blades in the zBX – Integrated hypervisor (KVM-based) for System x blades – PowerVM Enterprise Edition for POWER7 blades Support for Linux and Windows environments on System x blades in zBX – 64-bit version support only – Linux: Red Hat RHEL 5.5, 5.6, 5.7, 6.0 6.1 & SUSE Linux Enterprise Server (SLES) 10 (SP4) and SLES 11 SP1 – Microsoft Windows Server 2008 R2 and Microsoft Windows Server 2008 (SP2) (for either Windows we recommend Datacenter Edition) Support of AIX environments on POWER7 blades in zBX – AIX: AIX 5.3 Technology Level 12 or higher, AIX 6.1 Technology Level 5 or higher, AIX 7.1 Certifications inherited from blades – SAP support for Linux and Windows on x86 blades in the zBX PowerHA SystemMirror Standard Edition for AIX supported for the zBX with PS701 blades 63
  • 64. Phoenix IMS Users GroupUnified Resource Manager optimizes system resources Bringing mainframe governance for System z resources Single view of virtualized resources across platforms Integrated network for better security, control and faster time to value Management of resources as defined by your business goals and objectives – IBM intends to deliver workload-aware optimization for System x blades (Statement of Direction)* Programmable interfaces (APIs) to connect with system management tools for total management capabilities New dynamic storage capabilities for System x blades Unified Resource Manager transforms the way resources are managed and deployed * All statements regarding IBM future direction and intent are subject to change or withdrawal without notice and represents goals and objectives only. 64
  • 65. Phoenix IMS Users GroupContinuing Value using the Unified Resource Manager Simplified installation Simplified installation Simplified energy management of hypervisors of hypervisors Energy cost savings Gain significant time to Gain significant time to market with improved market with improved speed of deployment speed of deployment Allow critical workloads to receive resources and priority based on goal-oriented policies Hypervisors Energy established by businessSave time, cost and simplify assetmanagement requirementsDecrease problem determination APIs allow Smart business adjustmentsand resolution time for cross- Operationssharing ofPerformance based on workload insightplatform resources information Load balancing to manageImprove and simplify cross- traffic flowplatform availability procedures Networks Virtual Servers Provide deep insight into how ITEnable broader and more resources are being usedgranular view of resourceconsumption HMC NEW! SAP support for Gain flexibility, consistency and uniformity Linux and of virtualization Windows on x86 blades!!! Provide the business with faster time to Factory installed and configured network market Improved network security with lower latency, less Simplified network management for complexity, no encryption/decryption applications Monitor status and general health of network Bridging of internal HiperSockets network65 resources to the entire ensemble 65
  • 66. Phoenix IMS Users Group Flexible Connectivity on zEC12Improving bandwidth, granularity and options for connections Heterogeneous environments For Clustering zBX HCA-3 InfiniBand® Coupling HMC Links – Intraensemble data network (IEDN) New IBM zAware partition – 12x InfiniBand managed from HMC – Intranode management network – 1x InfiniBand (4 ports) (INMN) Location to run Unified Resource improved scalability – Increased 10 Gb Ethernet Manager – including monitoring ISC-3 (peer mode only) 1 connectivity within zBX CPU, energy, workload performance STP To PureSystems – Improved broadband Host of the ensemble – controlling – 10 Gb Ethernet all functions of the ensemble security Primary with Alternate needed for DR Within zEC12 PCIe I/O Infrastructure I/O Drawer and I/O Cage Flash Express HMC To the Network To the Data OSA-Express4S PCIe based) OSA-Express31 – 10 Gb Ethernet LR and SR – 10 Gb Ethernet FICON® Express8S FICON Express41 (PCIe-based) – 1 Gb Ethernet SX and LX – 1 Gb Ethernet – SX and 10 km LX – SX and 10KM LX – 1000BASE-T Ethernet – 1000BASE-T Enhanced channel Ethernet FICON Express81 subsystem 1 Carry – SX and 10KM LX forward only 66
  • 67. Phoenix IMS Users GroupIBM System Storage DS8800 Unique performance, availability and scalability makes DS8800 the ideal storage platform for zEnterprise• Self-optimizing performance and cost for hybrid computing – Easy Tier can improve performance by up to 3x by moving only 3% of data to SSDs – Integrated QoS management aligns server and storage resources with application priorities – 8x faster query performance for operational analytics with special DS8000® List Prefetch Optimizer for High Performance FICON• Designed for near-continuous operations with over six-nines availability – Fully-redundant design for near-continuous data access – Tight integration between DS8000 remote mirroring and GDPS HyperSwap is designed for over six-nines (99.9999%) availability• Optimized for zEnterprise efficiency and scalability – Support for System z Discovery and Auto-Configuration simplifies configuration – Extended Address Volumes of up to 1 TB volumes simplifies management of large volumes – New support for System z load balancing algorithms can optimize throughput and response times between server and DS8000 67
  • 68. Phoenix IMS Users GroupRobust tape storage to protect your informationHelping our clients retain data securely and in compliance with regulatoryrequirements Comprehensive tape storage product line for System z attachment TS1140 Offers high performance (250 MBps) and high native capacity (4 TB) for storage consolidation Tape Drive Provides information security with support for encryption and key management Supports Write Once Read Many (WORM) cartridges to help satisfy compliance requirements TS3500 Scalable, automated data retention with up to 2.7 EB capacity with 3:1 compression Tape Library Offers enhanced data availability and reliability with optional dual library accessory Provides data security and regulatory compliance via support for tape drive encryption and WORM cartridges TS7700 Virtualization solution implements a fully integrated tiered storage hierarchy of disk and tape Virtualization Reduces batch processing time, total cost of ownership and management overhead Engine Disk-only models with up to 1.3 PB native tape volume cache Grid configurations for information availability and business continuity Tape is often cost effective versus disk • Lower price per MB • Lowest power and cooling storage option available today 68
  • 69. Phoenix IMS Users GroupSynergy with zEC12 operating systemsz/OS Linux on System zJava exploitation of Transactional Execution Improved consolidation ratio through new capacity performancefor increased parallelism and scalability Improved I/O performance using High Performance FICON (zHPF)Enhanced security support for digital Application and Linux optimization enabled by full exploitation ofsignatures zArchitecture extensionsFaster problem determination with IBM zAware Optimized system setup via Linux health checkerfor improved availability FCP end-to-end data integrity checking for applications and storageImprove availability and performance with subsystemsFlash Express Plus over 3,000 applications on System z2 GB page supportSimpler Specialty Engine (zIIP) exploitationz/OS v1.13 exploitation of new hardwarePlus over 4,100 applications enabled on z/OS® z/TPF Support for 86 CPUs Hardware exploitation for performancez/VM improvementsz/VM® Compatibility supportGuest exploitation support for new encryption z/VSEtechnology 64-bit addressing with z/VSE® V5.1Improved I/O performance using High Performance Strong interoperability with Linux onFICON (zHPF) for guest exploitation System z New CICS functionality (CICS Explorer) AND with blades on the zBX there are even more options with applications on AIX, Linux on System x or Microsoft Windows 69
  • 70. Phoenix IMS Users GroupOperating System Support for zEC12 The following are the minimum operating systems planned to run on zEC12: – z/OS • z/OS V1.12, V1.13 • z/OS V1.11, V1.10 Lifecycle Extension – Linux on System z distributions: • SUSE Enterprise Server (SLES) SLES 10 and SLES 11 • Red Hat Enterprise Linux (RHEL) 6 and RHEL 5 – z/VM • VM V5.4, 6.1, 6.2 with PTFs • z/VM V6.1, 6.2 for zBX support – z/VSE • z/VSE V4.3, V5.1, with PTFs • z/VSE V5.1 with PTFs for Crypto Express4S toleration – z/TPF V1.1 Using the general purpose application server blades we have: – Linux: Red Hat RHEL 5.5 and up, 6.0 and up and SUSE Linux Enterprise Server (SLES) 10 (SP4) and up and SLES 11 SP1 and up – Microsoft Windows Server 2008 R2 and Microsoft Windows Server 2008 (SP2) (for either Windows we recommend Datacenter Edition) – AIX: AIX 5.3 Technology Level 12 or higher, AIX 6.1 Technology Level 5 or higher, AIX 7.1 70
  • 71. Phoenix IMS Users GroupEvolution of Specialty Engines Plus . . .Building on a strong track record of technology innovationwith specialty engines DB Compression, SORT, Encryption Transparent for applications 2010 Optimizers, Accelerators, 2006 Hybrid IBM System z10 processing 2004 Integrated Information Processor (IBM zIIP) System z9 Application Assist Eligible workloads: Processor (zAAP) IPSec encryption, 2001 HiperSockets™, XML, Eligible ISV, some DB2, z/OS Integrated Facility Global Mirror, IBM workloads: Java for Linux (IFL) GBS Scalable 1997 and XML Architecture for Financial Reporting Internal Coupling Facility (ICF) 71
  • 72. Phoenix IMS Users GroupProtecting your investment in IBM technology• Designed to protect your investment zBX z196 Mod 002 – Offering upgrades from z10 EC™ and z196 to the zEC12 – Upgrades from zBX Model 002 to zBX z10 EC Model 003• Full upgradeability within the zEC12 family zEC12 – Upgrade to Model HA1 will require a planned outage• On demand offerings offer temporary or permanent growth when you need it zBX Mod 003 72
  • 73. Phoenix IMS Users GroupIBM zEnterprise EC12 – new for September 2012 IBM zEnterprise EC12 (2827) IBM zEnterprise Blade Extension (2458) • Announced 08/12 – Server w/ up to 101 PU cores • First Announced 7/10 • 5 models – Up to 101-way • Model 003 for zEC12 – 08/12 • Granular Offerings for up to 20 CPs • zBX Racks with: • PU (Engine) Characterization – BladeCenter Chassis – CP, SAP, IFL, ICF, zAAP, zIIP – N + 1 components • On Demand Capabilities – Blades – CoD, CIU, CBU, On/Off CoD, CPE, FoD – Top of Rack Switches • Memory – up to 3 TB for Server and – 8 Gb FC Switches up to 1 TB per LPAR – Power Units – 32 GB Fixed HSA – Advance Management Modules • Channels – PCIe bus • Up to 112 Blades – Four LCSSs – POWER7 Blades – 3 Subchannel Sets – IBM System x Blades – FICON Express8 and 8S – IBM WebSphere DataPower Integration – zHPF Appliance XI50 for zEnterprise (M/T – OSA 10 GbE, GbE, 1000BASE-T 2462-4BX) – InfiniBand Coupling Links • Operating Systems – Flash Express – AIX 5.3 and higher • Configurable Crypto Express4S – Linux for Select IBM x Blades • Parallel Sysplex clustering – Microsoft Windows for x Blades • HiperSockets – up to 32 • Hypervisors • Up to 60 logical partitions – PowerVM Enterprise Edition • Enhanced Availability – Integrated Hypervisor for System x • IBM zAware • Unified Resource Manager • Operating Systems – z/OS, z/VM, z/VSE, z/TPF, Linux on System z 73
  • 74. Phoenix IMS Users GroupIBM zEnterprise family IBM zEnterprise 196 (2817) IBM zEnterprise Blade IBM zEnterprise 114 (2818) Extension (2458) • Announced 7/10 – Server w/ up to 96 PU cores • Announced 7/10 • Announced 07/11 • 5 models – Up to 80-way • Model 002 for z196 or z114 • 2 models – M05 and M10 • Granular Offerings for up to 15 CPs • zBX Racks with: ‒ Up to 5 CPs • PU (Engine) Characterization – BladeCenter Chassis • High levels of Granularity available – CP, SAP, IFL, ICF, zAAP, zIIP – N + 1 components – 130 Capacity Indicators • On Demand Capabilities – Blades • PU (Engine) Characterization – CoD, CIU, CBU, On/Off CoD, CPE – Top of Rack Switches – CP, SAP, IFL, ICF, zAAP, zIIP • Memory – up to 3 TB for Server and – 8 Gb FC Switches • On Demand Capabilities up to 1 TB per LPAR – Power Units – CoD, CIU, CBU, On/Off CoD. CPE – 16 GB Fixed HSA – Advance Management Modules • Memory – up to 256 GB for Server • Channels – 8 GB Fixed HSA – PCIe bus • Up to 112 Blades • Channels – Four LCSSs – POWER7 Blades – PCIe bus – 3 Subchannel Sets – IBM System x Blades – Two LCSSs – MIDAW facility – IBM WebSphere DataPower Integration – 2 Subchannel Sets – Up to 240 ESCON channels Appliance XI50 for zEnterprise (M/T – MIDAW facility – Up to 288 FICON channels 2462-4BX) – Up to 240 ESCON channels – FICON Express8 and 8S • Operating Systems – Up to 128 FICON channels – zHPF – AIX 5.3 and higher – FICON Express8 and 8S – OSA 10 GbE, GbE, 1000BASE-T – zHPF – Linux for Select IBM x Blades – InfiniBand Coupling Links – OSA 10 GbE, GbE, 1000BASE-T – Microsoft Windows for x Blades – InfiniBand Coupling Links • Configurable Crypto Express3 • Hypervisors • Parallel Sysplex clustering • Configurable Crypto Express3 – PowerVM Enterprise Edition • Parallel Sysplex clustering • HiperSockets – up to 32 – Integrated Hypervisor for System x • Up to 60 logical partitions • HiperSockets – up to 32 • Enhanced Availability • Up to 30 logical partitions • Unified Resource Manager • Unified Resource Manager • Operating Systems • Operating Systems – z/OS, z/VM, z/VSE, z/TPF, Linux on System z – z/OS, z/VM, z/VSE, TPF, z/TPF, Linux on System z 74
  • 75. Phoenix IMS Users Group • Machine TypezEC12 Overview – 2827 • 5 Models – H20, H43, H66, H89 and HA1 • Processor Units (PUs) – 27 (30 for HA1) PU cores per book – Up to 16 SAPs per system, standard – 2 spares designated per system – Dependant on the H/W model - up to 20, 43, 66,89, 101 PU cores available for characterization • Central Processors (CPs), Internal Coupling Facility (ICFs), Integrated Facility for Linux (IFLs), System z Application Assist Processors (zAAPs), System z Integrated Information Processor (zIIP), optional - additional System Assist Processors (SAPs) – Sub-capacity available for up to 20 CPs • 3 sub-capacity points • Memory – RAIM Memory design – System Minimum of 32 GB – Up to 768 GB per book – Up to 3 TB for System and up to 1 TB per LPAR • 32 GB Fixed HSA, standard • 32/64/96/112/128/240/256 GB increments - Flash Express • I/O – 6 GBps I/O Interconnects – carry forward only – Up to 48 PCIe interconnects per System @ 8 GBps each – Up to 4 Logical Channel Subsystems (LCSSs) – Up to 3 Sub-channel sets per LCSS • STP - optional (No ETR) 75
  • 76. Phoenix IMS Users GroupzBX Overview • Machine Type/Model 002458-003 • Racks – Up to 4 (B, C, D and E) – 42U Enterprise, (36u height reduction option) – 4 maximum, 2 chassis/rack – 2-4 power line cords/rack – Non-acoustic doors as standard – Optional Acoustic Doors – Optional Rear Door Heat Exchanger (conditioned water required) 2458-003 • Chassis – Up to 2 per rack – 9U BladeCenter – Redundant Power, cooling and management modules – Network Modules – I/O Modules • Blades (Maximum 112 single width blades in 4 racks) – Customer supplied POWER7 Blades (0 to 112) – Customer supplied IBM System x Blades (0 to 56) – DataPower XI50z, M/T 2462-4BX (0 to 28 – double width) • Management Firmware – Unified Resource Manager • Top of Rack (TOR) Switches - 4 – 1000BASE-T intranode management network (INMN) – 10 GbE intraensemble data network (IEDN) – GbE IEDN for customer network • Network and I/O Modules in the BladeCenter Fibre Channel – 1000BASE-T and 10 GbE modules Disk Storage – 8 Gb Fibre Channel (FC) connected to customer supplied disks 76
  • 77. Phoenix IMS Users Group zEnterprise EC12 Functions and Features (GA Driver Level 12K – September, 2012)OSA-Express 4S 1000BASE-TFive hardware models CFCC Level 18Six core 32nm PU chip IBM zAwareUp to 101 processors configurable as On Demand enhancementsCPs, zAAPs, zIIPs, IFLs, ICFs, oroptional SAPs Non-Raised floor option for Air Cooled System only with overhead I/O andIncreased capacity processor (1.25 x zEC12 power cabling optionsz196) Raised floor option for Air and WaterUp to 20 sub capacity CPs at capacity Cooled System with overhead I/O andsettings 4, 5, or 6 power cabling optionsz/Architecture Enhancements including New ‘radiator’ design for Air Cooled2 GB Pages, Transactional Execution Systemand Runtime Instrumentation Optional water cooling with Exhaust Air2nd Generation out-of order design Heat Exchanger & air backupEnhanced processor cache design Cycle Steering for Power Save and back-up for radiator and water cooledDedicated data compression and systemscrypto coprocessor on each PU Optional High Voltage DC powerUp to 3 TB of Redundant Array ofIndependent Memory (RAIM) Static Power Save ModeFlask Express and pagable large pagesupport Optional overhead Power and I/O cablingCrypto Express4S and Cryptographicenhancements NTP Broadband AuthenticationNew Channel path selection algorithms zBX Model 003 and Unified Resource Manager 77
  • 78. Phoenix IMS Users Group zEnterprise zBX Functions and FeaturesOne hardware model Advance Management ModulezBX is controlled by one specific zEC12 1000BASE-T and 10 GbE TORsUp to 4 Racks (B, C, D and E) Up to 112 Blades zBX2 BladeCenters Chassis per rack POWER7 Blades Model 003Non-acoustics doors standard IBM System x Blades IBM WebSphere DataPower IntegrationOptional Rear Door Heat Exchanger Appliance XI50 for zEnterpriseOptional Rear acoustic door Additional connectivity for SANsRedundant Power, Cooling andManagement Modules HMCs for Unified Resource Manager10 GbE and 1 GbE Network Modules Upgraded Hypervisor levels8 Gb FC modules Unified Resource Manager support for zEC12 and zBX Model 003IEDN 10 GbE link aggregation betweenthe BladeCenter and TORs Unified Resource Manager support for ensembles with zEC12, z196, z114, and zBX Models 002 and 003 78
  • 79. Phoenix IMS Users GroupzEnterprise was Introduced with the z196 at its Heart Improvement for zEnterprise 196 (z196) Up to traditional z/OS Machine Type: 2817 40% workloads1 Models: M15, M32, M49, M66, M80 Improvement in CPU World’s fastest 5.2 GHz processor chip Up to an additional intensive workloads via compiler enhancements – 100 new instructions, new out of order sequence, 30% more on chip cache Up to Total capacity Focus on the environment and data center 60% improvement1 – Options to help eliminate hotspots and save on 1 to 80 configurable cores for client energy use Operating System Flexibility IFL, zIIP, zAAP, ICFs and optional SAPs – z/OS, z/VM®, z/VSE®, z/TPF and Linux on System z 45 subcapacity settings Security and reliability Up to 3 TB RAIM memory – Elliptic curve cryptography Cryptographic enhancements – Compliance and security improvements Designed for EAL5 certification – Crypto Express3 enhancements Upgradeable from IBM System z10® Enterprise Class (z10 EC™) and IBM System z9® Enterprise Class (z9® EC) 1. For average LSPR workloads running z/OS 1.11.79 79
  • 80. Phoenix IMS Users Group z196 – IBM Leadership Technology At the Core New 5.2 GHz Quad Core Processor Chip boosts hardware price/performance – 100 new instructions – improvements for CPU intensive, Java™, and C++ applications – Over twice as much on-chip cache as System z10 to help optimize data serving environment – Out-of-order execution sequence gives significant performance boost for compute intensive applications – Significant improvement for floating point workloads Performance improvement for systems with large number of cores – improves MP ratio Data compression and cryptographic processors right on the chip80 80
  • 81. Phoenix IMS Users GroupzEnterprise Technology Designed for Small and Mid-sizedBusinesses - the z114 Up to Improvement for traditional 18% z/OS workloads 1 zEnterprise 114 (z114) Up to an ADDITIONAL Machine Type: 2818 Improvement in CPU 25% intensive workloads via 2 Models: M05 & M10 compiler enhancements2 Up to New technology in a new package 12% Total capacity improvement 1 ► Modular 2 drawer design for lower cost of entry Scales ► Granularity for right-sizing your system From 26 - 3100 MIPS ► Additional Scale for consolidation and growth Up to 130 available capacity settings ► Improved data center efficiency ► Same Qualities of Service as the z196 From ► Hybrid enabled to drive workload integration and 1-10 configurable cores for client use includes CPs, IFL, zIIP, zAAP, management and ICFs Improved Platform Economics From ► New Software Curve 0-2 IBM provided spare cores ► Lower Hardware Maintenance Up to ► Lower specialty engine and memory prices 256 GB RAIM fault tolerant memory ► Upgradeability for investment protection Fully Upgradeable from the IBM System z10 Business Class™ (z10 BC) & IBM System z9® Business Class (z9 BC); and to the z196 M15 1Relative capacity and performance compares at equal software levels as measured by IBM Large System Performance Reference (LSPR) workloads using z/OS® 1.11, Results may vary81 2The z114 will exhibit up to 25% increase for CPU intensive workload as provided by multiple C/C++ compiler level improvements when going from z/OS 1.09 to z/OS 1.12 81
  • 82. Phoenix IMS Users Group z114 – IBM Leadership Technology At the Core 3.8 GHz Superscalar Processor Chip boosts hardware price/performance – 100 new instructions – improvements for CPU intensive, Java™, and C++ applications – New on-chip cache structure to help optimize data serving environment – Out-of-order execution sequence gives significant performance boost for compute intensive applications – Significant improvement for floating point workloads Data compression and cryptographic processors right on the chip Over 18 percent performance improvement per core and 12% improvement in total system scalability over the z10 BC. Compiler related enhancements help drive gains of up to 25% improvement in throughput for CPU/Numeric intensive workloads.82 82
  • 83. Phoenix IMS Users Group Blades Provide Added Flexibility for Workload Deployment and Integration IBM zEnterprise IBM System x Blades BladeCenter Extension (zBX) – IBM BladeCenter HX5 7873 dual-socket 16-core blades Machine Type: 2458 Mod 002 – Four supported memory configurations for zBX – 64 GB, 128 GB, 192 GB, 256 GB Optimizers • IBM WebSphere DataPower IBM POWER7 Blades Integration Appliance XI50z for – IBM BladeCenter PS701 8-core processor 3.0GHz zEnterprise – Three configurations supported in zBX - 32 GB, 64 GB, 128 GB Select IBM Blades Flexibility in ordering – acquired though existing • IBM BladeCenter PS701 Express channels, including IBM • IBM BladeCenter HX5 (7873) Unified Resource Manager will install hypervisor on One to four – 42u racks – blades in the zBX capacity for up to 112 blades – Integrated hypervisor (KVM-based) for System x blades – PowerVM Enterprise Edition for POWER7 blades • Up to 112 PS701 Power blades Up to 112 Blades supported on zBX • Up to 56 HX5 System x blades – Ability to mix and match blades in the same chassis • Up to 28 DataPower XI50z – Number of blades supported varies by type blades (double-wide) Blades assume System x warranty and maintenance when installed in the zBX83 83
  • 84. Phoenix IMS Users GroupService levels to match your business needsIncreased flexibility for your multi-architecture strategy when data is on z/OS zEnterprise System Extreme scalability and performance for Extreme consolidation of transaction processing servers and networking and data serving Superior levels of virtual High availability and Expanded ISV support server provisioning, cross-system scalability monitoring and workload with Parallel Sysplex® andTCO for enterprise applications management GDPS® Industry-best virtual I/OFocus Silo managed islands of computing bandwidth and reliability Leading policy-based Targeted for capacity provisioning and applications that interact Fewer components and workload management Less dynamic than z reduced complexity with mainframe data Pervasive, high- virtualization and transactions System z qualities of dynamic resource performance security management and support Minimal resource Provisioned and sharing with z capacity-on-demand managed by System z resources Seamless integration with z/OS backup and disaster recovery solutions z/OS Linux on z/VM® Select IBM Blades in zBX DistributedTCA SystemsFocus LOWER SCALABILITY, SECURITY, HIGHER DYNAMIC WORKLOAD MANAGEMENT 84
  • 85. Phoenix IMS Users GroupIncreasing your flexibility using zEnterprise SystemsAdditional offerings can help to strengthen business innovation Unified Resource PureSystems Manager 10 GbE Select IBM Blades Optimizers 10 GbE DataPower XI50z DataPower XI50z IEDN Linux on Windows AIX on System x on POWER7 System x 1 GbE INMN 10 GbE z196/z114 zBX IBM DB2 Analytics Accelerator (IDAA) HMC85 85
  • 86. Phoenix IMS Users Group Underpinned by a thriving System z ecosystem Thousands of ISVs Worldwide adoption of invest in System z mainframe curriculum7,000+ 1,200 new 120+ new 1067 43,825 SystemzJobs.comapplications and ISV schools students from connects Systemsupported upgraded partners enrolled 32 countries z clients, partnerson z (3250+ applications added to with more participated in and businessesLinux and on System z the adding Master the with students and4000+ z/OS) in 2010 platform curricula Mainframe professionals contests seeking z jobs 86 86
  • 87. Phoenix IMS Users GroupExtensive ISV support for zEnterprise87 87
  • 88. Phoenix IMS Users GroupWhat is the IBM Academic Initiative? Membership in the IBM Academic Initiative is free and open to individual faculty members. A skills initiative – An IBM program that partners with academic institutions worldwide to build a pipeline of skilled students for the IT jobs of tomorrow and skills for a smarter planet. System z Mission (ibm.com/university/systemz): Assist clients world wide with z skills Demonstrate IBM’s commitment and continued investment in the mainframe88 88
  • 89. Phoenix IMS Users GroupIBM System z coursesFoundational principles Tivoli security, systems, network, and storage Application development Intro to the Mainframe: z/OS Basics* management courses WebSphere Application Server for z/OS Intro to the Mainframe: Networking* IBM Tivoli License Compliance Manager for z/OS Intro to IBM WebSphere Developer for z 4.2 Implementation Intro to the Mainframe: Security* (Web based) Intro to the Mainframe: Large Scale IBM Tivoli System Automation for z/OS 3.1 WebSphere MQ for z/OS SystemCommercial Computing Introduction and Operations AdministrationOperating systems IBM Tivoli System Automation for z/OS 3.1 Developing COBOL with IBM Rational Linux on System z Implementation and Administration Developer for System z Introduction to z/VM® IBM Tivoli Workload Scheduler 8.2 for zOS Introduction to z/VSE Basics Schedulers Workshop Information, data and transaction management Diagnosis UNIX® System Services (Module) Enterprise Server Data Management z/OS RAS and Diagnostics*User interfaces ISPF: z/OS Basic Interfaces DB2 for z/OS FundamentalsStorage management DB2 Family Fundamentals (Cross product) VSAM DB2 SQL Workshop (Cross product) eLearning resourcesProgramming languages DB2 for z/OS Database Admin Workshop, Part 1 Interactive e-Learning Module: z/OS Basics Assembler DB2 for z/OS Database Admin Workshop, Part 2 Flash Demo: Introduction to Rational COBOL DB2 Programming Workshop for z/OS Developer for System z JCL DB2 for z/OS Application Development Develop a batch DB2 for z/OS COBOLOther DB2 for z/OS Query Optimization and application using RDz Performance Tuning Developing and debugging a COBOL DB2 Developing COBOL with Rational Intro to IMS* applicationDeveloper for System z V7.6 IMS Fundamentals Editing record-oriented programs with the z/OS Advanced Topics* System z LPEX editor z/OS Emerging Technologies* An Introduction to IMS (Textbook reference) Learn about your future in Large Systems z/OS Installation Transaction Management Careers in Mainframes *available in audio version 89
  • 90. Phoenix IMS Users GroupIntroducing SystemzJobs.com - The link to your future careerThe IBM System z Job Board at SystemzJobs.com is a new resource that connects studentslearning IBM Enterprise Systems with companies hiring talent.Benefits of using SystemzJobs.com Getting started Free, secure, and easy to use Follow these steps at SystemzJobs.com to Fast access to the best jobs in the get started: IT industry 1. Create a secure account (optional) Global pool of available jobs 2. Search for jobs with your preferences 3. Connect with employers Sponsored by the IBM Academic Initiative, System z Visit: ibm.com/university/systemz Questions? Contact zSkills@us.ibm.com 90
  • 91. Phoenix IMS Users GroupThe new IBM zEnterprise is designed to help topperforming organizations transition from the processcentric, programmable era of IT to the informationcentric, cognitive era of IT. Deliver significant cost Provide protection and Build intelligence in to savings for existing 24/7 availability for core the business transaction operations while freeing business operations and to expand the value of the up resources to focus on provides a secure and transaction, create new new services to drive stable information source transactions and improve growth for new customer facing customer service services These core capabilities are strengthened through the delivery of key technologies and continued innovation.91 © 2012 IBM Corporation 91
  • 92. Phoenix IMS Users GroupzEnterprise EC12: Operational AnalyticsDelivering information and insight to enable intelligentdecisions zEnterprise EC12 increases throughput up to 30% for a DB2® for z/OS® operational analytics workloads as compared to z196 With IBM DB2 Analytics Accelerator (IDAA) clients can deploy business analytics on the same platform as operational applications Integration of analytics scoring within an OLTP transaction enables faster decision making IDAA on zEnterprise EC12 can offer up 12X improvement in price / performance vs. the competition With Cognos® on System z customer queries that previously ranged from 25 seconds to 90 minutes now take 8 seconds or less 92
  • 93. Phoenix IMS Users GroupzEnterprise EC12: Superior availability by designDelivering a resilient environment for core business processesand data New operational diagnostics with IBM zAware – Analytics on log data provides a near real time view of current system state – Cutting edge pattern recognition helps pinpoint deviations in system behavior – Provides information to enable faster corrective action 24x7 24x7 New Flash Express Card to exploit Flash Memory – Automatically improve availability for key workloads at critical processing times – Reduces latency for critical application processing such as diagnostics collection – Improves availability for workloads that cannot tolerate paging spikes or inconsistent performance 93
  • 94. Phoenix IMS Users GroupzEnterprise EC12: Ultimate security by designNew and enhanced capabilities to improve customer trust andconfidence High speed cryptography integrated on the new Crypto Express4S chip to protect sensitive data from unauthorized users Enhanced digital signature capability with new Enterprise PKCS #11 to meet regulatory requirements New credit transaction verification support for smart payment cards Centrally protect multiple, mixed workloads running in separate partitions Integration of mainframe security events with IBM zSecure Suite and QRadar to enhance security intelligence 94
  • 95. Phoenix IMS Users GroupIBM zEnterprise EC12 enables improved services for yourclientsCloud ready • New 5.5 GHz 6-core processor chip and 50% increase in capacity enables flexible delivery of services though a private cloud. • Virtualization means fewer resources are required to meet peak demands with optimized interconnection.Data ready • IBM zAware is a self-learning expert solution to reduce risk of downtime impacting data availability for critical business processes. • Connecting the most sophisticated data warehousing and analytics solutions with the fastest query performance in the marketSecurity ready • Most secure system with 99.999% reliability • Superior security with high-speed cryptography integrated as part of the chip protects customer privacy and reduces risk of breaches. 95
  • 96. Phoenix IMS Users Group A “System of Systems” for Predictable Service Delivery IBM zEnterprise EC12 or 196 (z196) or IBM zEnterprise 114 (z114) Optimized to host transaction, and mission-critical applications The most efficient platform for large-scale Linux® consolidation Massive scale-up – 26 MIPS to over 78K MIPSzEnterprise Unified Resource Manager Unifies management of resources, extending IBM System z® qualities of service end-to-end across workloads Provides platform, hardware and workload managementzEnterprise BladeCenter® Extension (zBX) Selected IBM POWER7® blades and IBM System x® blades for deploying applications in a multi-tier architecture High-performance optimizers and appliances to accelerate time to insight and reduce cost Dedicated high-performance private network96 96
  • 97. Phoenix IMS Users Group What’s new with z/OS and z/OS Management Facility Version 1 Release 1397 97
  • 98. Phoenix IMS Users GroupAgenda z/OS® and z/OS Management Facility function and value z/OS and Integration with IBM zEnterprise™ z/OS Management Facility R13 System Available today98 98
  • 99. Phoenix IMS Users Groupz/OS – Smarter Operating System for Smarter Computing z/OS V1.13 – Performance, programming, and operations improvements help you to gain more value from your workloads. http://www.ibm.com/systems/z/os/zos/ z/OSMF V1.13 - Streamlined processes and built-in guidance address a broad scope of z/OS activities and helps create a more integrated z/OS experience and improved productivity http://www-03.ibm.com/systems/z/os/zos/zosmf/ 99
  • 100. Phoenix IMS Users Groupz/OS R13 – Smarter Operating System for Smarter Computing Improved performance, programming, and operations provide more value from your workloads. Enhancements in z/OS and z/OS Management Facility Version 1 Release 13 help provide: Advantages for your organization. Autonomics and smart operations proactively avoid errors, reduce risk from outages, speed software deployment, simplify z/OS management, and make your organization more productive. Advantages to your business. Foundation for modern batch capability, industry leading security, resiliency, and data handling capability enables you to access and transform business data to business value more readily. Advantages to your operations. Improved performance and new technologies for Web-based and traditional workloads improves integration of core data in your enterprise and opens new opportunity for applications with affinity to z data. 100
  • 101. Phoenix IMS Users Groupz/OS R13 – Smarter Operating System for Smarter Computing More value from your workloads with programming, performance, and operations improvements. Enhancements for release 13: Foundation for modern batch applications A new z/OS base component, z/OS Batch Runtime environment, provides the framework for Java-to-COBOL interoperability, for transactional updates to DB2, and for sharing database connections between Java and COBOL. * Simplified batch application programming and potentially shortened batch windows, with new JES2 JCL improvements, giving you more control of your batch applications. Leverage the strength of z/OS batch, a new web-based (REST) interface enables you to submit batch jobs and access batch data from non-z/OS systems** Improved performance for new and traditional workloads***: Between 50% and 150%* I/O performance improvement for workloads using shared zFS in a Parallel Sysplex. Up to 15% to 55%* IEBCOPY performance improvement for traditional workloads Potentially shorter batch windows using JES2 JCL improvements to free tape volumes more quickly Availability enhancements: Improve spool volume management by using new JES2 spool migration function and JES3 dynamic spool add capability Improved channel recovery - track errors and automatically remove failing paths (on a controller level) faster zFS internal restart - automatically recover disabled aggregates in Sysplex aware mode – avoiding lengthy manual system recovery process. Avoid planned outages - Concurrent service for DADSM and CVAF* Prerequisites: IBM 31-bit SDK for z/OS, Java Technology Edition Version 6.0.1 (5655-R31), DB2 V9.1 for z/OS (5635-DB2) or later with PTFs, IBM EnterpriseCOBOL for z/OS V4.1 (5655-S71) or later** Prerequisite: RESTful API included in z/OSMF V1.13.*** Based on IBM Lab results, your results will vary. I/O performance improvements measured for fully shared zFS ranged from very small to 900%, with the majority of workload conditions tested falling between 50% and 150%. The actual amount of improvement will depend on the environment (monoplex or Parallel Sysplex) and the type of file processing being done. IEBCOPY improvement will depend on conditions such as: the amount of data being copied, block size, and type of IEBCOPY operation 101
  • 102. Phoenix IMS Users Groupz/OS Management Facility – the new face of z/OS Streamlined processes and built-in guidance address a broad scope of activities and helps create a more integrated z/OS experience. Configuration Configuration Assistant for z/OS Communication Server (R11) – Simplified configuration and setup of TCP/IP policy- based networking functions Performance Capacity Provisioning (R13) - simplified monitoring of CP status for domains Resource Monitoring and System Status (R12) – single view of sysplex and Linux® performance status and dynamic real time resource metrics. Workload Management – creation, editing, and activation of WLM policies (R12) Problem Determination Incident Log (R11) – Simplified capture, packaging, sending of SVC dump diagnostic data Software Deployment (R13) - Clone z/OS images, deploy software more easily and consistently z/OS Classic Interface ISPF Task integrates existing ISPF into z/OSMF to launch to ISPF functions directly (R13) Base A new web-based (REST) interface enables you to submit batch jobs and access batch data from non-z/OS systems (R13) Leverage System z Specialty engines IBM Assistance available to help with pre-planning, early discovery, and readiness review for new z/OSMF environment(s). 102
  • 103. Phoenix IMS Users Group z/OSMF Software Deployment (R13) New! - simplified deployment of installed software New task designed to make deployment of installed software simpler and safer. – Easy to follow checklist replaces manual and error prone procedures with a user friendly application – Incorporates IBM recommended best practices for software deployment. Software Deployment can clone software – Locally, single system or within a sysplex – Remotely, across a network, and multiple sysplexes. Software Deployment can also: – Identify, modify, delete software instances – Generate jobs to copy a software instance – Verify cross-system and cross-product requisites, verify fixes – Copy ALL parts of the software (SMP/E CSI inventory too) Clones all SMP/E installed software! – IBM, ISV, z/OS, stack or individual products – Service upgrades for all of the above (via complete replacement)103 103
  • 104. Phoenix IMS Users Groupz/OSMF Incident Log (R11)Save hours of time when diagnosing incidents Respond to and manage incidents quickly and efficiently – View, sort, and act on incidents (identified by subsystem) – Package dump data for transmission in Many fields, set tracking IDs minutes Can identify which subsystem For z/OSMF R12 Add additional comments and diagnostic Select incident, get data popup with actions Encrypted parallel FTP of the incident files, to IBM . Sending additional user-defined data with an incident For z/OSMF R13 New APAR search View job status via SDSF launch Utilizes new Problem Documentation Upload utility in base of z/OS R13 Also available as a download from Note, screen capture from z/OSMF R12 http://www14.software.ibm.com/webapp/set2/s as/f/zaids/pduf.html104 104
  • 105. Phoenix IMS Users GroupApplication Linking (R13)Example, link Incident Log to SDSF in context A more seamless experience when working with z/OS. Make your own linkages between z/OSMF apps and even to any web-based apps Define an ‘event’ (such as “View Job Status”) A c tion from the Inc ident Log: Launc h to view job s tatus - S D S F Then define the ‘event handler’ action and parameters (such as ‘go to ISPF’ with context of the job)105 105
  • 106. Phoenix IMS Users GroupResource Monitoring (R12)A snapshot of the performance of workloads running on your systems Sysplex status: – Instant snapshot of workload performance – RED, YELLOW GREEN status gives instant indication of WLM goals – Monitor z/OS AND Linux – Drill down to see RMF™ metrics – Renamed System Status (R13) Monitoring Desktops – GUI for RMF – Monitor most Resource Measurement Facility (RMF) Monitor III metrics, create and save custom views, and display real-time performance data as bar charts. – Renamed Dashboards (R13) Note, screen captures from z/OSMF R12
  • 107. Phoenix IMS Users GroupIntegrated z/OS and Linux resource monitoringA monitoring solution for multi-tier workloads Monitor the resources for z/OS and Linux workloads Ideal for use with System z Processor Utilization Enterprise System of Linux Processes For z/OSMF R12 – Use separate as-is, no-charge web-download tool to gather resource information for Linux systems. For z/OSMF R13 – New integrated performance data gatherers for Linux on System z, Linux on IBM System x®, and AIX® systems – Additional monitoring capabilities Processor Utilization of z/OS Jobs for your zEnterprise System Note, screen capture from z/OSMF R12107 107
  • 108. Phoenix IMS Users GroupNew programmatic interface for z/OS batchFunction delivered with z/OSMF R13A new REST API (HTTP(s)-based) interface to z/OSEasy programmatic access to the power of z/OS batch capabilities– REST API web services can be used by: web applications (javascript/AJAX, Flex(Flash), etc) and other web service clients, such as Java, PHP, Perl, etc– The REST API web service will connect to both JES2 and JES3, as well as select secondary subsystems Today: New option today Complex programming Any web-based, Java, PHP, Perl – Allocate and open internal reader – TSO/ISPF submit, application, etc. supporting HTTP – FTP “interface-level2” New RESTful HTTPs based API – Java z/OS submit interface Highly secure, firewall friendly, Security protocol limitations Simplified text-like programming Break the barriers of batch Submit JCL, get status, retrieve output files, change jobclass, cancel job, purge job z/OS JES2 and z/OS JES3 108
  • 109. Phoenix IMS Users Group z/OS R13 - The foundation for modern batch About 90% of customers consider batch mission critical* Challenge: Greater volumes of data and larger batch and on-line processing windows. Solution: Need to make batch more efficient. Expand existing COBOL applications with Shorter batch windows! Java! – New function in z/OS helps make batch processing – More choice for application development skills more efficient – Leverage specialty engines! – “Pipe” data between two batch jobs to enable these jobs to perform concurrent reads and writes Simplified programming! Real time batch! – Enhancements in z/OS simplify the development and maintenance of existing batch applications. – WebSphere® Compute Grid delivers a batch environment capable of supporting 24x7 batch and – Enable distributed applications to access the power OLTP processing, and parallel computing of z/OS batch109 * IBM Market Research 109
  • 110. Phoenix IMS Users Group z/OS R13 - The foundation for modern batch (detail) Expand existing COBOL applications! Shorter batch windows – The z/OS Batch Runtime environment, provides Java-to- – Allow overlapping processing for multi- COBOL interoperability, for transactional updates to DB2®, and volume data sets (FREEVOL=EOV, R13) for sharing database connections between Java and COBOL (R13)* – Avoid recalling migrated datasets, just to Ideal for processing for computationally intensive programs delete them (IEFBR14, R11) and extensions – “Pipe” data between two batch jobs to – Use JZOS Batch Toolkit for z/OS for efficient use of z/OS enable these jobs to perform reads and System interfaces for Java batch (IBM Java SDKs for z/OS) writes concurrently (BatchPipes®, 5655-D45) – Leverage specialty engines! Real time batch Simplified programming! – WebSphere Compute Grid delivers a resilient, highly available, secure, and – JES2 JCL enhancements provide in-stream data in catalogue scalable runtime with container-managed procedures, more options on setting job return codes, and the services for batch applications ability to stop and hold a job at the end of a step (not just at the end of the job) give much more granularity and control – Capable of supporting 24x7 batch and OLTP (z/OS R13) processing, and parallel computing – An new REST API allows you to submit z/OS batch jobs and retrieve z/OS batch job information from distributed systems as well as z/OS systems; and is intended to make z/OS batch processing much more accessible to distributed systems and web-based processes (z/OS and z/OSMF R13) * Prerequisites: IBM 31-bit SDK for z/OS, Java Technology Edition, Version 6.0.1 (5655-R31)110 DB2 V9.1 for z/OS (5635-DB2) or later with PTFs 110 IBM Enterprise COBOL for z/OS V4.1 (5655-S71) or later
  • 111. Phoenix IMS Users Group Additional z/OS R13 simplification enhancements Health Checker Framework, updates – Greater ability to schedule health checks – Ability for checks to raise message severity as conditions change New health checks: – Two new checks for Allocation – intended to warn about potential Allocation deadlock conditions – Detects tape library initialization errors with suggestions on how to resolve. New Migration checks for: – zFS configuration options, new symbolic links, z/OS console mode of operation DFSMSrmm™, updates: – NEW automatic recovery for missing our out-of-sequence tape volumes. For multivolume data sets, DFSMSrmm will attempt to return the corrected list – New ability to specify data sets by expiration date or VRS policy management. Help simplify retention policies, avoid batch VRS policy management, and enable you to determine how long a tape data set will be retained DFSMSdfp™ updates: – New includes the explanatory text for Open, Close, and End of Volume error conditions along with the error message. SMF dump improvement for log streams (SMF dump to log stream introduced with z/OS R9)111 111
  • 112. Phoenix IMS Users Groupz/OS Availability Enhancements Availability enhancements (with R13) – Avoid JES2 re-starts with JES2 dynamic spool migration, rapidly discontinue and drain spool volumes quickly – Avoid JES3 re-starts with JES3 dynamic spool add – Improved channel recovery - track errors and automatically remove failing paths (on a controller level) faster Smart! – zFS internal restart - automatically recover disabled aggregates in Sysplex aware mode – avoiding lengthy manual system recovery process. – Automatic rerouting and recovery of z/OS system name server resolver – Concurrent service for DADSM and CVAF and DADSM dynamic exits – avoid planned outages112 112
  • 113. Phoenix IMS Users Group z/OS Availability Enhancements Parallel Sysplex updates for R13 Fully shared zFS in a sysplex! – Between 50% (1.5x) and 150% (2.5x)* I/O performance improvement for any z/OS UNIX workload using shared zFS in a Parallel Sysplex®. Applications that use zFS, such as z/OS UNIX System Services and WebSphere Application Server for z/OS, are expected to benefit – Also: Less-disruptive recovery from most internal zFS problems (for both single system and sysplex- aware systems) – Also: A new health check for zFS configuration files Simplified software deployment – clone z/OS and software in a sysplex (z/OSMF R13) Eliminate the need for WebSphere MQ for SDSF Sysplex environments. Automatic monitoring, takeover, and recovery to prevent CSM-constrained conditions NEW Easier to use XCF signaling protocol Updated volume information on all systems in the sysplex when DFSMSdss™ or DFSMShsm™ Fast Replication Backup and Recovery processing complete More responsive to VIPA changes Workload balancing of IPsec IKEv2 and IPv4.* I/O performance improvements measured for fully shared zFS ranged from very small to 900%, with the majority of workload conditionstested falling between 50% and 150%. The actual amount of improvement will depend on the environment (monoplex or Parallel Sysplex)and the type of file processing being done. 113
  • 114. Phoenix IMS Users GroupNEW suite of GDPS solutionsIBM GDPS active/active continuous availability family of solutions is thenext generation of GDPS IBM Geographically Dispersed Parallel Sysplex (GDPS) GDPS/PPRC GDPS/MGM GDPS/HyperSwap GDPS/GM GDPS ™ Manager Continuous GDPS/MzGM GDPS/XRC active/active Continuous availability or Continuous Disaster recovery Near-continuous availability of data disaster recovery at availability availability across within a data within a extended regionally and unlimited center metropolitan disaster recovery distances distances region extended distance GDPS/ A-A concept: two or more data centers running the same applications and data with cross-site workload balancing and replication • z/OS workload monitoring, management, and distribution • z/OS data and transaction replication • GDPS automation • First configuration is ‘Active Standby’114 114
  • 115. Phoenix IMS Users GroupIBM GDPS active/active continuous availability family of solutionsThe next generation of GDPS Challenge – Multi-site, global-distance solutions may take up to an hour to recover full application availability at the remote site. What’s New – GDPS/ Active-Active solution, Active Standby configuration* – Designed to provide continuous availability for two or more sites separated by global distances and achieve Recovery Time Objective of 1 minute or less** – Statement of Direction for Active Query configuration*** Value – Automated recovery of z/OS applications means recovery can be faster and without human error – A complete solution for continuous availability (consulting, design, implementation, and maintenance) means piece of mind for you – Continuous availability over global distance sites helps meet more stringent audit and legislative compliance requirements* Active Standby is the first configuration available under the GDPS/Active-Active family of solutions. Additional IBM software prerequisites required** Recovery Time Objective (RTO) is a definition of the amount of time it takes from the initial disaster declaration to having critical business processes available to users.Less than one hour RTO is based on use of IBM best practices and includes the time it takes to: IPL an LPAR, reconfigure disk, reconfigure coupling facility and CFstructure, apply System z Capacity Back Up, as well as switching network connections.***All statements regarding IBM future direction and intent are subject to change or withdrawal without notice, and represent goals and objectives only. 115
  • 116. Phoenix IMS Users Group Risk Management Comprehensive security for a dynamic infrastructure NEW! GDPS/Active-Active - Two or more sites, separated by unlimited distances, running the same applications and having the same data to provide cross-site workload balancing and Continuous Availability / Disaster Recovery – Customer data at geographically dispersed sites kept in sync via replication – Shift from disaster recovery model to nearly continuous availability model – Integration of IBM products and GDPS control software through an IBM service engagement which includes project management throughout the implementation cycle – Active/Standby configuration released now, IBM plans to make available the Active/Query configuration which will provide the ability to selectively query data in either site. Minimizing risk for discovery and backup systems116 116
  • 117. Phoenix IMS Users Group Keep critical business applications up and running without data loss in case of disaster for System z platform IBM GDPS/Active-Active continuous availability Reduces application downtime to help lower costs, improve productivity and boost customer loyalty Continuous Availability – Provides continuous availability for two or more sites separated by unlimited distances, achieving Recovery Time Objective of 1 minute or less. – Shift from disaster recovery model to nearly continuous availability model Results – Planned workload switch - 20 seconds from active site to standby site – Unplanned workload switch - 120 seconds from active site to standby site – Planned site switch - (9 * CICS-DB2 and 1 * IMS workloads) 20 seconds – Unplanned workload switch - 150 seconds117 117
  • 118. Phoenix IMS Users Groupz/OS R13 Performance for many key workloads Between 50% and 150%* I/O performance improvement for any z/OS UNIX workload using shared zFS in a Parallel Sysplex. – Applications that use zFS, such as z/OS UNIX System Services and WebSphere Application Server for z/OS, are expected to benefit Between 15% and 55%* IEBCOPY performance improvement for traditional workloads – Workloads copying PDS to PDS, copying PDS to sequential, or compressing a PDS are expected to benefit Potential for shorter batch windows * – New JCL FREEVOL=EOV parameter frees up a tape volume when the batch job is done with it. Network throughput Enterprise Extender can be improved – Using Inbound Workload Queuing (IWQ), available on OSA-Express3 and OSA-Express4S (July 12, 2011) Foundation for extreme data handling and simplified storage management – Potentially improved I/O performance without the need for application changes for QSAM-, BPAM-, and BSAM-based workloads by leveraging High Performance FICON™. Also, existing EAV functionality is enhanced with support for larger, 1 TB Extended Address Volumes (EAVs).** - IBM statements of direction* Based on IBM Lab results, your results will vary.I/O performance improvements measured for fully shared zFS ranged from very small to 900%, with the majority of workload conditions tested falling between 50% and150%. The actual amount of improvement will depend on the environment (monoplex or Parallel Sysplex) and the type of file processing being done.IEBCOPY improvement will depend on conditions such as: the amount of data being copied, block size, and type of IEBCOPY operationBatch concurrency for multi volume tape datasets and will depend on the amount of data being processed 118** All statements regarding IBM future direction and intent are subject to change or withdrawal without notice, and represent goals and objectives only.
  • 119. Phoenix IMS Users GroupzOS R13 Enhancements in Security IKEv2 – Initial support with z/OS R12 Communications Server. z/OS R13 adds Network Address Translation (NAT) traversal support for IKEv2 over IPv4. System SSL, ECC – z/OS R12 Communications Server added support for Elliptic Curve Cryptography (ECC), ECDSA (Elliptic Curve Digital Signature Algorithm). – z/OS R13 to extend System SSL ECC support for : • Creating ECC-style certificates in key database files or ICSF PKCS#11 tokens • Creating ECC-style certificates through the Certificate Management Services (CMS) API • Enabling ECC for TLS V1.0 and TLS V1.1 handshakes (RFC4492) • ECC certificate support with Crypto Express3 Coprocessor (on zEnterprise server) ICSF support for additional HMAC algorithms – Support for FIPS-198, support planned for SHA-1, SHA-224, SHA-256, SHA-384, and SHA-512 TN3270 and FTP support for password phrases Ported tools – IBM Ported Tools for z/OS (5655-M23), a no-charge product, provides the sudo (su "do") open source tool that allows system administrators to delegate authority to users or groups while providing the RACF® (or equivalent) audit trail of the user and their commands. Already available on UNIX platforms, now available with z/OS UNIX System Services.119 119
  • 120. Phoenix IMS Users Groupz/OS Security Server – RACFHelping to address security and compliance** guidelines Enhancements with z/OS R13 RACF RACF ––RACF Remote Sharing Facility (RRSF) support for TCP/IP (in addition to SNA APPC) RACF Remote Sharing Facility (RRSF) support for TCP/IP (in addition to SNA APPC) ––Support for generating Elliptic Curve Cryptography (ECC) secure keys (using Crypto Express3 Support for generating Elliptic Curve Cryptography (ECC) secure keys (using Crypto Express3 Cryptographic Coprocessors (CEX3C) available with zEnterprise servers) Cryptographic Coprocessors (CEX3C) available with zEnterprise servers) Tivoli Directory Server for z/OS (LDAP) Tivoli Directory Server for z/OS (LDAP) ––Support for SHA-2 and salted SHA-2 hashing of user password attributes. Addresses: Support for SHA-2 and salted SHA-2 hashing of user password attributes. Addresses: –– Need for stronger hashing and cryptographic algorithms Need for stronger hashing and cryptographic algorithms – Enhanced interoperability with distributed IBM TDS, openLDAP, and other LDAP servers. – Enhanced interoperability with distributed IBM TDS, openLDAP, and other LDAP servers. – The National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) policy for the use of hash functions. – The National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) policy for the use of hash functions. ––Support for LDAP administrators to delegate LDAP administrative authority Support for LDAP administrators to delegate LDAP administrative authority –– Can improve LDAP administration flexibility, help improve auditability, and help improve security Can improve LDAP administration flexibility, help improve auditability, and help improve security ––Support for DB2 99for z/OS (5635-DB2) backend for scalability of large LDAP deployments Support for DB2 for z/OS (5635-DB2) backend for scalability of large LDAP deployments ––Improved interoperability between z/OS applications and Microsoft Active Directory environments for Improved interoperability between z/OS applications and Microsoft Active Directory environments for Kerberos Kerberos ––Support for RFC 2696 and RFC 2891 for improved LDAP sorted search performance Support for RFC 2696 and RFC 2891 for improved LDAP sorted search performance ** It is the customers responsibility to identify, interpret, and comply with laws or regulatory requirements that affect its business. IBM does not represent that its products or services will ensure that the customer is in compliance with the law.120 120
  • 121. Phoenix IMS Users Group z/OS and IPv6 IPv4 address pool is exhausted February 3, 2011 – http://www.ipv6news.info/2011/02/04/ipv4-address-pool-is-exhausted/ – Now the IPv4 Internet only has the stock of IPv4 addresses held by the regional registrars and Internet Service Provides (ISPs) to keep it going. z/OS is IPv6 certified! (http://jitc.fhu.disa.mil/adv_ip/register/certs/ibmzosv110_dec08.pdf) z/OS Communications Server is adding function for IPv6 networks: – For z/OS R11 – Support RFC4941 and RFC5095; and the AES-based AES-XCBC-MAC-96 and AES-XCBC-PRF-128 algorithms - intended to meet new government IPv6 standards – For z/OS R12 – Health checks for IPv4 and IPv6 routing – Support for DFSMSrmm, IKEv2, ability to Send DNS Queries over IPv6, support for security-related RFC3484 and RFC5014 – For z/OS R13 – Support for IPv6 intrusion detection security equivalent to that provided for IPv4, integrated with the Configuration Assistant (in z/OSMF) – Support for IPv6 checksum and segmentation offload enhancements and for LPAR-to-LPAR checksum offload for both IPv4 and IPv6 packets available with OSA-Express4S QDIO (announced July 12 2011) • TCP/IP segmentation and checksum processing on OSA card and not on CP121 121
  • 122. Phoenix IMS Users GroupTaking z/OS Storage Volumes to the Extreme Extended Address Volumes (EAVs) help address storage constraints Can help simplify storage management by enabling you to manage fewer, larger volumes, as opposed to many small volumes IDEAL for large datasets, may improve storage utilization! DS8000® exploitation rolled out over time, starting with 223 GB volumes: – With z/OS R10, support for VSAM – With z/OS R11, support for extended format sequential data sets – With z/OS R12, support extended to sequential (both basic and large) data sets, partitioned (PDS/PDSE) data sets, catalogs (ICF now larger than 4 GB), BDAM data sets, JES spool and checkpoint data sets, standalone Dump extended format dump data sets, DFSMSrmm data sets, generation data groups (GDGs) and VSAM volume data sets (VVDSs). – With z/OS R13 - Support extended to z/OS Communications Server FTP, SDSF extended format print files, VSAM volume data set (VVDS) scalability, ISPF to display data sets eligible for EAV. – SOD - support for larger extended address volumes (EAVs), up to 1 TB EAV per volume, on IBM System Storage® DS8700 and DS8800 series, EAV 3390-A with new DS8000 licensed machine code.* 3390-A 3390-9 54GB 223GB 65,520 cyl 262,668 cyl 1TB SOD*122 122 *All statements regarding IBMs plans, directions, and intent are subject to change or withdrawal without notice.
  • 123. Phoenix IMS Users Groupz/OS Statement of Direction Software Announcement 212-086 – 4/11/2012 IBM plans to introduce a new version of the z/OS operating system, z/OS Version 2, with z/OS V2.1 to be released in the second half of 2013 as part of a new two-year release cycle. IBM intends to make new z/OS and z/OSMF releases available approximately every two years. It is IBMs intent that z/OS V2 and z/OSMF V2 will continue to support coexistence, fallback, and migration rules similar to those for z/OS V1 and z/OSMF V1. IBM plans to support an n-2 approach, where three consecutive releases are planned to be supported for coexistence, fallback, and migration. Beginning with z/OS Version 2, IBM plans to provide five years of z/OS support, with three years of optional, fee-based extended service (5+3) as part of the new release cadence. IBM further plans to provide enhancements to current z/OS releases during the transition to the new support model as follows: – z/OS V1.12 support is planned to be increased from three years to four years. Thus, support for Version 1.12 is planned to be extended from September 30, 2013, to September 30, 2014. – z/OS V1.13 support is planned to be increased from three years to five years. Thus, support for Version 1.13 is planned to be extended from September 30, 2014, to September 30, 2016. 123
  • 124. Support and Service Changes Transition Timing – Release 11 has three Years Support + 2 years LCE – Release 12 has four Years Support + optional fee based extended service – Release 13 has five Years Support + optional fee based extended service Migration and Support – Longer support lifecycles align with delivery cycles – Maintain N-2 release migration (accommodate a 2 or 4 year migration cycle) – Bridge migration to Version 2 from currently supported releases 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015 2016 2017 2018 2019 2020 2021 2022R 1.10 3 Year Support Life Cycle Ext. Extended ServiceR 1.11 3 Year Support Life Cycle Ext. Extended ServiceR1.12 4 Year Support Extended ServiceR1.13 5 Year Support Extended ServiceV 2.1 5 Year Support Extended ServiceV 2.2 5 Year Support Extended ServiceV 2.3 5 Year Support Ext124 © 2012 IBM Corporation
  • 125. z/OS Version 2 Statement of Direction April 11th, 2012Summary of Statement of Direction Version 2 of z/OS targeted to Availability 2H2013 A Version 2 release is the next z/OS release; there is no release in 2012 Release delivery cycle is planned to be every two years, in the second half of that calendar year. z/OSMF will be on the same cycle as z/OS N+1 or N+2 release migrations support two or four year migration cycle New five year support with optional fee based service extension IBM intends to offer interim updates, such as server support, through periodic small product enhancement PTFs (SPEs) and web deliverables Minimum supported HW levels (IBM System z9® server or later, and 3990-3 controller or later)Changes to Current Releases: R12 Support extended to four years R13 Support extended to five years to bridge customers to Version 2 migration R13 orderable until Version 2 becomes available125 © 2012 IBM Corporation
  • 126. Phoenix IMS Users GroupIBM zEnterprise System: Freedom by DesignThe broadest systems architecture – for integration andmanagement of multi-platform applications and dataIBM zEnterprise EC12 (zEC12)IBM zEnterprise z196 (z196) Unified Resource Manager BladeCenter Extension (zBX)IBM zEnterprise z114 (z114) Extending zEnterprise qualities of – AIX®, Linux®, and Microsoft®Industry’s most robust design for service and management across Windows®* applicationskeeping systems and data the infrastructure – Appliance Blades - Smartcontinuously accessible analytics, DataPower® 1. Meets the need of today’s heterogeneous data centers 2. Enables mixed workload business processes to be deployed and centrally managed 3. Allows optimized integration of data, applications, and web serving 4. Delivers dynamically responsive IT with lower acquisition and operating costs126 126
  • 127. Phoenix IMS Users Group A “System of Systems” for Predictable Service Delivery IBM zEnterprise EC12 or 196 (z196) or IBM zEnterprise 114 (z114) Optimized to host transaction, and mission-critical applications The most efficient platform for large-scale Linux® consolidation Massive scale-up – 26 MIPS to over 78K MIPSzEnterprise Unified Resource Manager Unifies management of resources, extending IBM System z® qualities of service end-to-end across workloads Provides platform, hardware and workload managementzEnterprise BladeCenter® Extension (zBX) Selected IBM POWER7® blades and IBM System x® blades for deploying applications in a multi-tier architecture High-performance optimizers and appliances to accelerate time to insight and reduce cost Dedicated high-performance private network127 © 2012 IBM Corporation 127
  • 128. Phoenix IMS Users GroupzEnterprise software supports mission critical requirementsEfficiency at scale Operational analytics Ultimate SecurityTransactional ProcessingMillions of transactions per day Data Warehousing SecurityBusiness Rules and Processes Unique temporal capabilities Advanced encryptionCreate reusable services and and decryption software Data Managementprocesses Governance through the Social BusinessEnterprise Modernization enterprise Integrating social businessSingle platform for development with enterprise computingand test Operational AnalyticsIntegrated Appliances Secured right-timePackaged solutions for optimal analysisperformance Cloud Computing Saas and Paas solutionsIntegrated service managementSingle point of control 128 128
  • 129. Phoenix IMS Users GroupIBM Software for zEnterprise solves key BusinessInitiatives Cloud Data Security Efficiency at Scale Operational Analytics Ultimate SecurityDelivering high value Delivering predictive and Providing advanced datasecured applications and operational analysis of real- security and auditservices to create the ideal time enterprise data to deliver capabilities for managing risk,private cloud environment insights data leaks, and compliance issues NEWIBM CICS Transaction Server for IBM DB2 Analytics Accelerator V3 IBM Security zSecure Suitez/OS® V5.1 and tools IBM zEnterprise Analytics System V1.13.1IBM OMEGAMON® Family V5.1 9700/9710 IBM InfoSphere Guardium V9.0IBM Continuous Integration for Cognos BI 10.2System z InfoSphere™ Optim™ 9.1IBM Integrated solution for DB2 for z/OS ToolsSystem z development IMS Enterprise Suite 2.2IBM Sterling B2B Integrator V5.2.5 DB2 11 Beta ESP, IMS 13 QPPIBM Sterling File Gateway V2.2.4 IBM Business Rules for z/OS V8.1 IBM Operational Decision Management V8.1 129 129
  • 130. Phoenix IMS Users GroupSystem z Analyst Quotes: IBM zEnterprise EC12 "The new IBM zEnterprise EC12 showcases all of the major System z differentiators: powerful processing; "The new IBM zEnterprise EC12 showcases all of the major System z differentiators: powerful processing; advanced reliability, availability and serviceability; enhanced security; efficiency at scale; and most important, advanced reliability, availability and serviceability; enhanced security; efficiency at scale; and most important, the ability to optimally run and manage a wide range of workloads across System z and heterogeneous the ability to optimally run and manage a wide range of workloads across System z and heterogeneous environments.“ environments.“ -- Joe Clabby, President, Clabby Analytics -- Joe Clabby, President, Clabby Analytics"Organizations are looking for newer and better ways to make information available, and actionable, to "Organizations are looking for newer and better ways to make information available, and actionable, tobusiness customers -- and to do so rapidly and securely. The challenge for many organizations is to transform business customers -- and to do so rapidly and securely. The challenge for many organizations is to transformthe transactional data they already have into new business insights that will guide the business to new the transactional data they already have into new business insights that will guide the business to newopportunities and revenue growth. To do that, analytics systems must be capable of handling high data opportunities and revenue growth. To do that, analytics systems must be capable of handling high datavolumes. The IBM zEnterprise EC12 was designed with these goals, providing an analytics platform that is volumes. The IBM zEnterprise EC12 was designed with these goals, providing an analytics platform that ishighly secure, efficient and resilient -- and links to other systems to support end-to-end computing. It supports highly secure, efficient and resilient -- and links to other systems to support end-to-end computing. It supportsanalytics workloads that transform massive amounts of data into actionable information, allowing analytics workloads that transform massive amounts of data into actionable information, allowingorganizations to improve business performance and to gain competitive advantage." organizations to improve business performance and to gain competitive advantage."-- Jean S. Bozman, Research Vice President, IDC Enterprise Platforms -- Jean S. Bozman, Research Vice President, IDC Enterprise Platforms"Once again, IBM has demonstrated why the mainframe is the ultimate platform for enterprise computing. On "Once again, IBM has demonstrated why the mainframe is the ultimate platform for enterprise computing. Ona capacity basis, the new IBM zEnterprise EC12 is 55% larger than its predecessor, which is especially a capacity basis, the new IBM zEnterprise EC12 is 55% larger than its predecessor, which is especiallyimportant for the largest enterprises. With a clock speed of 5.5 GHz, it is the worlds fastest commercial important for the largest enterprises. With a clock speed of 5.5 GHz, it is the worlds fastest commercialprocessor, allowing much more work to be done than with competitive x86-based servers. With its new Flash processor, allowing much more work to be done than with competitive x86-based servers. With its new FlashExpress, availability of key workloads will be improved automatically by reducing latency. With IBM zAware, Express, availability of key workloads will be improved automatically by reducing latency. With IBM zAware,also new, data center staff will be alerted more quickly to difficult-to-detect operating anomalies and can act also new, data center staff will be alerted more quickly to difficult-to-detect operating anomalies and can actsooner to mitigate them. In summary, the zEC12 offers a well-balanced collection of improvements for existing sooner to mitigate them. In summary, the zEC12 offers a well-balanced collection of improvements for existingmainframe customers and even more reasons for a new customer to consider System z for critical workloads." mainframe customers and even more reasons for a new customer to consider System z for critical workloads."-- Mike Kahn, Managing Director, The Clipper Group -- Mike Kahn, Managing Director, The Clipper Group 130
  • 131. Phoenix IMS Users GroupSystem z Analyst Quotes: IBM zEnterprise EC12 "IBMs latest System z model clearly demonstrates the mainframe is very much alive and kicking ... the new "IBMs latest System z model clearly demonstrates the mainframe is very much alive and kicking ... the new System z supports and speeds achieving competitive advantage with the most sophisticated data System z supports and speeds achieving competitive advantage with the most sophisticated data warehousing and analytics coupled with the fasted performing query functions in the market. It provides warehousing and analytics coupled with the fasted performing query functions in the market. It provides unequaled security along with 99.999% reliability on a unified platform that helps accelerate the development unequaled security along with 99.999% reliability on a unified platform that helps accelerate the development of secure applications. The hybrid architecture speeds cloud deployment of mission critical workloads on of secure applications. The hybrid architecture speeds cloud deployment of mission critical workloads on systems designed to be the fastest and most efficient available to the market. This increased operating systems designed to be the fastest and most efficient available to the market. This increased operating efficiency frees IT resources to focus on developing and delivering services that drive growth by meeting efficiency frees IT resources to focus on developing and delivering services that drive growth by meeting customer demands. With this combination, we anticipate success for the new models along with a very long customer demands. With this combination, we anticipate success for the new models along with a very long life for the whole family." life for the whole family." -- Ptak, Noel & Associates: “IBM’s Latest Mainframe, Another Winner” -- Ptak, Noel & Associates: “IBM’s Latest Mainframe, Another Winner”"IBM’s latest zEnterprise EC12 multiplatform mainframe systems provide current and prospective Big Blue"IBM’s latest zEnterprise EC12 multiplatform mainframe systems provide current and prospective Big Bluecustomers with the processing power, performance and near-flawless reliability and security necessary for thecustomers with the processing power, performance and near-flawless reliability and security necessary for themost demanding workloads. The new zEnterprise EC12 multiplatform servers solidify and extend IBM’s stake inmost demanding workloads. The new zEnterprise EC12 multiplatform servers solidify and extend IBM’s stake inhigh-end enterprises.“high-end enterprises.“-- Laura DiDio, ITIC: “IBM zEnterprise EC12 Servers Deliver Near-Flawless Reliability, Security”-- Laura DiDio, ITIC: “IBM zEnterprise EC12 Servers Deliver Near-Flawless Reliability, Security”"IT executives should insist on an evaluation that addresses the financial facts and ignores the religious platform"IT executives should insist on an evaluation that addresses the financial facts and ignores the religious platformwars. In todays environment IT must deliver processing services at a least cost or be exposed; thus internalwars. In todays environment IT must deliver processing services at a least cost or be exposed; thus internalwars must be put aside and the best target platforms must be selected and put into service as soon as possible.wars must be put aside and the best target platforms must be selected and put into service as soon as possible.Bottom line: the zEnterprise as a database server is a killer application.“Bottom line: the zEnterprise as a database server is a killer application.“-- Cal Braunstein, Robert Frances Group: “IBM System z -- The Lowest Cost Database Server Solution”-- Cal Braunstein, Robert Frances Group: “IBM System z The Lowest Cost Database Server Solution” 131
  • 132. Phoenix IMS Users GroupService levels to match your business needsIncreased flexibility for your multi-architecture strategy when data is on z/OS zEnterprise System Extreme scalability and performance for Extreme consolidation of transaction processing servers and networking and data serving Superior levels of virtual High availability and Expanded ISV support server provisioning, cross-system scalability monitoring and workload with Parallel Sysplex® andTCO for enterprise applications management GDPS® Industry-best virtual I/OFocus Silo managed islands of computing bandwidth and reliability Leading policy-based Targeted for capacity provisioning and applications that interact Fewer components and workload management Less dynamic than z reduced complexity with mainframe data Pervasive, high- virtualization and transactions System z qualities of dynamic resource performance security management and support Minimal resource Provisioned and sharing with z capacity-on-demand managed by System z resources Seamless integration with z/OS backup and disaster recovery solutions z/OS Linux on z/VM® Select IBM Blades in zBX DistributedTCA SystemsFocus LOWER SCALABILITY, SECURITY, HIGHER DYNAMIC WORKLOAD MANAGEMENT 132
  • 133. Phoenix IMS Users GroupzEnterprise EC12: An optimized design which deliversunique valueComprehensive integration enabling information – centriccomputing ® Java Compilers,Semiconductor Microprocessor Systems Virtualization Optimized Tools & JavaTechnology Design Design & Operating Middleware Virtual Systems Machine 133
  • 134. Phoenix IMS Users GroupThe IBM zEnterprise EC12 (zEC12) Efficiency at scale • Most efficient and fastest system for mission critical workloads • Increased efficiency will free up IT resources to focus on new services to drive growth Operational analytics to enable business opportunities • Most sophisticated data warehousing and analytics solutions with the fastest query performance in the market • Leverage your data to build competitive advantage Ultimate security strengthens the customer experience • Most secure system with 99.999% reliability • Unified platform for rapid development of secure applications end-to-end 134
  • 135. Phoenix IMS Users GroupSummary: IBM zEnterprise EC12 (zEC12) The secure cloud for data, enabling enterprises to improve service to their customers… zEC12: A Smarter Computing infrastructure that is Cloud Ready, Data Ready and Security Ready, enabling a Smarter Planet™ for today and tomorrow 135
  • 136. Phoenix IMS Users GroupWhat is IBM zEnterprise System?Re-write the rulebook and set newstandards for business-centric ITwith IBM System z, to be theworld’s premier workload-optimizedplatform for enterprise applications. Our Vision: Deliver the best of all worlds - Mainframe, UNIX®, x86 and single function processors - integrated in a single system for ultimate flexibility and simplicity to optimize service, risk, and cost across multiple heterogeneous workloads. 136