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What can you do with a Private Cloud on System z? Many things. It is the premier hybrid computing manager.

What can you do with a Private Cloud on System z? Many things. It is the premier hybrid computing manager.

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  • In today’s economy, many businesses are faced with the challenge of “taking cost out” of their infrastructure while continuing to deliver new , innovative business services - basically they need to “do more with less” There are two primary levers to achieve cost optimization – operating expense and capital expense, and for many businesses its not just a question of lowering costs its also important to strike the right balance between Op-ex and Cap-Ex On the horizontal axis, you have virtualization, or the ability to pool the IT resources to reduce capital expense of hardware, software and facilities. On the vertical axis, is standardization…with common software stacks , operational policies, and improved service management. The farther you can drive standardize the more you reduce operating expense – like labor and downtime – which is far and away the fastest growing piece of the IT spend. The more standardization you are able to achieve within your infrastructure, the greater the economies of your operating expenses become. Similarly, the more you leverage virtualization within your IT infrastructure, the greater the economies of your capital expenditures will be. So addressing both standardization and virtualization is key to reduce infrastructure costs, while still meeting the dynamic needs of the business. The need to achieving cost optimization has also provided fertile ground for Cloud Computing. The cloud paradigm is an attempt to improve service delivery by applying engineering discipline and economies of scale in an Internet inspired architecture. Cloud computing can be an important new option in helping businesses optimize the IT expense equation while maintaining fast, high quality service delivery. NOTE: If asked to discuss public vs. private clouds: - A private cloud drives efficiency, while retaining control and greater customization. - Public clouds today are for processes deemed more easily standardized and a lower security risk. There some functions that already exhibit a high degree of standardization, that are more easily moved to a public cloud – things like search, e-commerce, and discreet business processes like sales force management.
  • While we have expanded the options available for deploying Linux workloads, utilizing Linux on z can drive significant financial benefits, particularly for larger scale deployments. With the new zEnterprise, each IFL delivers significantly more performance and capacity for a substantially lower price than System z10. With the ability to consolidate the workloads of thousands of distributed servers on to a single z196, the TCA of System z is now lower than some Intel environments for certain workloads. What’s more, with this scale of consolidation you can reduce physical floor space requirements and energy consumption by up to 90 and 80% respectively. Finally, the introduction of the Unified Resource manager brings improved workload management to a Linux on System z environment, further improving its ability to deliver great service to the business.
  • The coverage we have gotten is important, but results really speak for themselves. This chart depicts the common attributes of cloud computing that we discussed earlier and the associated business impact of what a cloud-enabled enterprise can provide. You can see there’s quite a difference. Why can a cloud environment have this kind of effect? The key is that the cloud is based on three essential fundamentals: It’s standardized, it’s virtualized and it’s automated. That’s how you can provide scalable services. That’s the way you’re going to see efficiency. And that’s the way you’re going to drive down costs and improve service. That’s really a pretty simple equation, and we are seeing clients that are doing this achieve very real, measurable business results. For example: Virtualization of IT resources —servers, storage, networks and applications—are pooled and virtualized to help provide an implementation-independent, efficient infrastructure with elastic scaling , meaning the environments can scale up and down by large factors as demand changes. Automation through a self-service portal and automated provisioning Standardization of pricing, processes and services The results shown here are indicative of typical results of IBM cloud clients, based on our client experiences and our own internal results.
  • zEnterprise delivers an even faster processor core and a larger cache memory structure. These improvements directly benefit the “density” of workload consolidation using Linux on z/VM. In general, zEnterprise clients will be able to host more virtual servers per IFL than possible with z10 or earlier systems. The estimated increase is expected to be approximately 30%. Potentially higher in some cases. This is to say, if a z10-based environment can host 30 virtual servers per IFL, a zEnterprise environment would likely be able to host 39 or more of the same virtual servers on a zEnterprise IFL. For software licensed on a per-real-core basis, this represents a significant cost savings. Being able to host more virtual servers per IFL, per z/VM, per zEnterprise also increases staff productivity (a higher consolidation density helps users manage more virtual servers per person). The new RAIM technology in zEnterprise increases overall system availability in the event there is a memory failure. This nicely complements the dynamic CPU sparing capability of System z for added levels of fault tolerance. For I/O and networking, System z and z/VM offer exceptionally high levels of availability by supporting multiple paths of connectivity to device and network assets. Application Serving Blades offer clients another option for hosting workloads that integrate with System z environments (like z/OS and even Linux on System z). The attractiveness of using ASBs is greatly increased with the availability of the Unified Resource Manager, which simplifies the operational management of a System z environment that incorporates non-System z processors.
  • Putting zEnterprise System to the task – Use the smarter solution to improve your application design Note to a presenter.. this chart can wrap up what you’ve told the customer about the new solution in 1 picture. The Purple boxes and lines represent the Unified Resource Manager, it’s agents and the private support network (intra-node network management). The dotted line shows that z/OS and Linux on System z will offer monitor capabilities but not turn over management (provide agents) to Unified Resource Manager. The orange arrow at the bottom is the private data network (called Intra-ensemble data network – IEDN). You can point out the z196, the zBX, the blades and optimizers. Note to the presenter: Depending on your comfort level, and time, you can talk about: How the hypervisors are treated as system z firmware That the general purpose x and p blades are virtualized unconditionally The SE has been extended to orchestrate hardware operational control for the blades as well as for System z (config, problem management, call home, etc) The blades are optional, and you get the Unified Resource Manager capabilities with the system z196 (don’t need a zBX to get value) The role of the HMC is being extended, and is evolving to be a full function platform management appliance The HMC represents the "management access point" for all Unified Resource Manager management functions The hypervisors are PS/SM, z/VM, PowerVM and there will be a hypervisor for System x when it’s available 1H11. There is compelling value here is that the Unified Resource Manager has "workload awareness" where workloads consist of virtual images across the hybrid Also we offer performance management to monitor the CPU We deliver end-to-end consistent hardware service management (CE, patch, call home) for the entire h/w topology. Transition: And let’s take one more look at the flexibility you will have in decided where to run your application based on your service level requirements.
  • zEnterprise hardware management and platform management .. Value Made Possible By the Unified Resource Manager Hypervisor Management Shipped and serviced as firmware means Simplified installation of hypervisors Automated installation and ability to cut your test cycle time means Gain significant time to market with improved speed of deployment Operational Controls No need to configure adapters, no need to reconcile discovery of resources in the environment with different names – means Save time, cost and simplify asset management Cross complex power on/off, call home – pre-emptive actions for failures (before the customer notices), guided repairs -- Decrease problem determination and resolution time for cross-platform resources Collaboration across disparate platforms means - Improve and simplify cross-platform availability procedures Improved monitoring capabilities - Enable broader and more granular view of resource consumption Network Management Having system delivered with private support and data networks means easier set up - Factory installed and configured network Isolated private network helps with - Improved network security with lower latency, less complexity, no encryption/decryption Energy Management Monitoring and trend reporting of CPU energy efficiency leads to Simplified energy management Static power savings and energy management –enabling Energy cost savings . Workload Awareness and Platform Performance Management New abilities for workload definitions Allow critical workloads to receive resources and priority based on goal-oriented policies established by business requirements Monitor of work allows customer to make Smart business adjustments based on workload insight Monitoring also allows you to Provide deep insight into how IT resources are being used Virtual Server Lifecycle Management Across heterogeneous platforms Gain flexibility, consistency and uniformity of virtualization Deploying multiple virtual images within minutes to Provide the business with faster time to market Setting up networks under Unified Resource Manager can mean Simplified network management for applications Transition: So let’s put it all together and see what this means to you.

Private cloud with z enterprise Private cloud with z enterprise Presentation Transcript

  • CLOUD COMPUTING VIA zENTERPRISE a hybrid management model
    • Jim Porell, Distinguished Engineer, Deputy CTO, Federal Sales jporell @us.ibm.com
    © 2011 IBM Corporation
  • Government Focus on Cloud Computing
    • Administration CIO Vivek Kundra has been promoting cloud since he came to office
    • OMB Directives to “go to the cloud first…”
      • If not, then explain why
    • Several agencies want to be cloud service providers
      • Dept of Interior, National Business Center
      • USDA National Information Technology Center
      • Others
    • GSA push to let contracts for Infrastructure-as-a-Service (IaaS), Platform-as-a-Service (PaaS), and Software-as-a-Service)
      • GSA awarded contract to Google for internal cloud based e-mail
    • Dept. of Interior awarded contract to MSFT (protested by Google) for cloud e-mail
    • Many agencies are wary of “public” and “community” cloud offerings with security being the single greatest concern
  • Summary: Start today – save tomorrow
    • Deployment goals:
      • Take out cost
      • Reduce risk
      • Improve Security and Resilience
      • Meet or exceed service level needs
      • Provide investment protection for the future
    • Identify immediate ROI potential. For example:
      • Database consolidation
      • Smart Analytics via data sharing
      • Development environment
      • Infrastructure as a service (Linux instances, Storage)
    • Designate and execute pilot projects to validate/quantify ROI benefit
      • Joint agency/IBM effort
    • Provide results back within three months
  • Reduced Cost Cloud Computing on System z builds on the industry’s leading virtualization technology Cloud Economics Optimized Business = IT org…leverages virtualization, standardization, and automation to DoJ ITfree up operational budget for new investments Virtualization + Standardization Automation + = … allowing Business units to optimize new investments for direct business benefits Agility + Business & IT Alignment Service Flexibility +
  • Six Steps to Cloud implementation Create IT roadmap Implement Cloud services Establish architecture Define business value Determine Cloud delivery model Assess workload
  • Cloud Service Models – opportunities to save Prioritize possibilities for our organizations EXAMPLES: Employee Benefits Business Travel Industry Processes Procurement Business Process as a Service Virtualized, Shared, Dynamically Provisioned Servers Networking Data Center Fabric Storage Infrastructure as a Service IBM System z Solution Edition for Cloud Computing Financials Collaboration Analytics CRM, ERP, HR Software as a Service IBM Smart Analytics Cloud for System z Database Middleware Platform as a Service Application Runtimes Development Tooling IBM WebSphere CloudBurst Appliance
  • Example: Database-as-a-Service with DB2 on z/OS or Oracle on Linux
    • Multi-tenancy: multiple companies or users using the same software with a level of isolation
      • Tenants are companies or users that would have historically installed and used a single instance of software solely for their own use
      • Multi-tenancy allows companies/users to use the same software with a level of isolation
    • Multi-tenancy can further reduce hardware and maintenance costs of DBaaS
    • Analogous to users running various applications on the same operating system
      • The point is to share management and hardware costs among a number of tenants
      • Tenants, like the distinct users on an operating system require a level isolation
    Number of Tenants Size of Tenants Large tenants Medium tenants Long tail of small tenants Medium Tenants Small Tenants Large Tenants Isolation: Databases Shared: Hardware Isolation: Tables Shared: Database Isolation: Rows Shared: Tables MT Application MT Application MT Application or non-MT application
  • Current X86 or UNIX DB server deployment Time Business Units IT org Benefit New Application developed Requires Oracle DB Repeat for each new application Days Determines size of server Makes recommendation Weeks to Months Dept justifies purchase Dept does P.O. Orders Servers Pays SW license fees Orders Servers Pays SW license fees Either org can order servers, but IT would manage them. Week(s) Servers received Software installed/tested Database loaded Floor space shrinks Energy & cooling costs License fees grow More FTEs req’d Days Dept tests config Deploys applic in product’n DB in production Sends bill for Ops service Pays IT Ops Bill Who pays when new data center req’d?
  • System z Linux DB “Cloud” deployment Change the economics and simplify for users Time Business Units IT Org Benefit One time set up Oracle competency center Consolidation on System z New Application developed Requires Oracle DB Repeat for each new application Days Determines size of server Tells dept the cost Days Dept justifies purchase Requests service Day(s) DB Server provisioned Incremental fees, if any Oracle instance cloned/created Database loaded Same floor space & energy License fees managed Days Dept tests config Deploys applic in product’n DB in production Sends bill for Ops service Pays IT Ops Bill Reduce costs Reduce risk and time Improve security/resilience
  • The Most Efficient Platform for Large Scale Consolidation Linux on z196
    • Lower acquisition costs of hardware and software vs distributed servers*
    • Less than $1.00 per day per virtual server (TCA)*
    • Reduce floor space by up to 90% compared to distributed servers*
    • Reduce energy consumption by up to 80% compared to distributed servers*
    74% less than Nehalem 39% less than Nehalem New x86 z10 z196 Consolidate 40 Oracle server cores onto 2 Linux cores on zEnterprise Distributed server comparison is based on IBM cost modeling of Linux on zEnterprise vs. alternative distributed servers. Given there are multiple factors in this analysis such as utilization rates, application type, local pricing, etc., savings may vary by user. *
  • Example: Smart Analytics Cloud for System z Smart Analytics Cloud Creates… That delivers …
    • Phase 1: Create awareness of, a strategy for, and a governance foundation for BI across the organization
    • Phase 2: Preparation for the Smart Analytics Cloud
    IT org and IBM Services
    • Phase 3: Install the base cloud, integrate into the corporate enterprise, and test the cloud use cases
    • Phase 4: Educate the enterprise for on-going success with the Smart Analytics Cloud
    The solution components… Learn more at: http://www.ibm.com/systems/z/solutions/cloud/smart.html IBM Software A private cloud within the enterprise A solution for delivering business intelligence to the entire organization Open, enterprise-class BI platform Web Office Search Mobile Cognos 8 BI A broad range of BI capabilities IBM System z Centralize, Virtualize, Simplify the BI infrastructure IBM Hardware
  • Near Real time Analytics can speed results, reduce cost, reduce risk
    • Business Problem
      • Data warehouse can detect trends, but not necessarily prevent fraud or upgrade transactions in real time because data is copied in bulk or batch mode
    • Insight instead of Hindsight
      • Data is copied in nanoseconds instead of hours or days
      • Opens up opportunities for real time analytics
        • Preventing fraud
        • Making business analytic decisions faster
      • Improved performance and lowers cost
      • Uses blade-based specialty processors, storage for warehouse workloads
      • Boosts overall query performance 5x – 10x
      • Customers could see a 40% reduction in storage utilization
      • Supports in-memory column store for parallel star schema queries
      • Uses column-based compression to minimize storage needs
      • Unchanged interfaces to DB2 for z/OS and thus no changes to the BI/DW applications
      • Provides capability to perform both transactional (OLTP) and warehousing (OLAP) type of queries in the same database management system
    R I I N S T C E L M A I N F R A M E Claims POS Credit/Debit Decision Support Filter Extract Move PII input DB tmp tmp result result result Traditional Operations z196 ISAO Decision Support Transform z Claims POS Credit/Debit DB Cognos On Linux
  • Cloud computing services from IT org can deliver measurable results and address IT infrastructure challenges SOURCE: Based on IBM and client experience. Virtualization Journey to cloud Standardization Automation IT attributes From To Server/storage utilization 10-20% 70-90% Test provisioning Weeks Minutes Change management Months Days/hours Release management Weeks Minutes Metering and billing Fixed cost Variable cost Service catalog ordering Months Days/hours Service access Administered Self service Payback period for new services Years Months
  • Cost Difference Expectations Unclassified / FOUO The chart to the left demonstrates real world customer experiences in cost and time differences between a System z10 and an x86 server deployment. Actual costs and differences will vary, but this helps to demonstrate some of the possible savings, as well as higher costs with System z. It’s the aggregate cost value that favors System z, at both the initial acquisition (TCA) and multi-year operation (TCO) Not all deployments will favor System z, but for this case, it is expected to see similar value
  • Why deploy clouds on larger, scale-up servers like System z?
    • Higher Utilization
    • Shared everything architecture
    • Superior workload management
    • Host large and small workloads
    • More Efficient Data Center
    • Less power and cooling
    • Less floor space
    • Fewer parts to monitor
    • Increased Productivity
    • Efficient, rapid provisioning
    • Superior life-cycle management
    • Fast, easy technology refresh
    • Greater Reliability, Availability
    • Hardware / hypervisor redundancy
    • Decades of RAS innovation
    • Capacity and Backup on Demand
  • Summary: Start today – save tomorrow
    • Deployment goals:
      • Take out cost
      • Reduce risk
      • Improve Security and Resilience
      • Meet or exceed service level needs
      • Provide investment protection for the future
    • Identify immediate ROI potential. For example:
      • Database consolidation
      • Smart Analytics via data sharing
      • Development environment
      • Infrastructure as a service (Linux instances, Storage)
    • Designate and execute pilot projects to validate/quantify ROI benefit
      • Joint agency/IBM effort
    • Provide results back within three months
  • BACKUP FOLLOWS
  • Cloud Service Lifecycle Management 6 Components of Cloud Supports z/VM and Linux
    • Subscribe to Service
    • Request a service
    • “ Sign“ Contract
    • Offer Service
    • Register Services and Resources
    • Add to Service Catalog
    • Service Creation
    • Scope of Service
    • SLAs
    • Topologies, Best Practices Management Templates
    • Deploy Service
    • Request Driven Provisioning
    • Management Agents and Best Practices
    • Application / Service On Boarding
    • Self-service interface
    • Manage Operation of Service
    • Visualize all aggregated information about situations and affected services
    • Control operations and changes
    • Event handling
    • Automate activities to execute changes
    • Include charge-back
    • Terminate Service
    • Controlled Clean-up
  • (1) Based on zEnterprise comparison to virtualized x86 alternative (2) Based on three-year acquisition costs for large-scale, enterprise-class workloads (3) Based on life-cycle management testing of large-scale virtual server environment conducted by IBM Virtual Servers Virtual Servers Hypervisor Hypervisor
    • Consolidate even more with zEnterprise IFLs: up to 60% faster at 33% lower price
    • Increase energy savings as you scale, up to 75% (1)
    • Spend up to 70% less on acquisition costs (2) and boost staff productivity by up to 70% (3) compared to virtualized x86 alternatives
    • Incorporate IBM Power and System x technologies for unparalleled levels of workload optimization
    • Manage and govern the integrated environment to deliver superior business results at a lower cost
    Hypervisor Virtual Servers High Speed Private Network IBM zEnterprise for IT Optimization, Consolidation, Cloud Computing Even Greater Savings, Operational Simplification, and System Reliability z/OS z/OS z/VM z/VM Business Apps Data Serving Linux Virtual Servers Linux Virtual Servers Shared Everything Infrastructure (CPU, Memory, Network, Adapters, Crypto, Devices) zEnterprise-Managed Infrastructure (Hardware, Hypervisors, Virtual Servers)
  • Putting zEnterprise System to the task Use the smarter solution to improve your application design zBX Select IBM Blades Blade HW Resources Optimizers IBM Smart Analytics Optimizer z HW Resources z/OS Support Element Linux on System z z/VM Private High Speed Data Network IEDN Private Management Network INMN Unified Resource Manager 1 All statements regarding IBM future direction and intent are subject to change or withdrawal without notice, and represents goals and objectives only. Customer Network Customer Network System z Host Linux on System x 1 AIX on POWER7 DataPower 1 Future Offering Future Offering Blade Virtualization Blade Virtualization System z PR/SM z/TPF z/VSE Linux on System z System z Hardware Management Console (HMC) with Unified Resource Manager Private data network (IEDN)
  • zEnterprise hardware management and platform management … 10100100101001 0100100101001 Hypervisors Energy Networks
    • Energy Management
    • Monitoring and trend reporting of CPU energy efficiency.
    • Ability to query maximum potential power.
    • Static power savings.
    Performance Virtual Servers Operations
    • Operational Controls
    • Auto-discovery and configuration support for new resources.
    • Cross platform hardware problem detection, reporting and call home.
    • Physical hardware configuration, backup and restore.
    • Delivery of system activity using new user.
    • Hypervisor Management
    • Integrated deployment and configuration of hypervisors
    • Hypervisors (except z/VM) shipped and serviced as firmware.
    • Management of ISO images.
    • Creation of virtual networks.
    • Manage and control communication between virtual server operating systems and the hypervisor.
    • Network Management
    • Management of virtual networks including access control
    • Single view of virtualization across platforms.
    • Ability to deploy multiple, cross-platform virtual servers within minutes
    • Management of virtual networks including access control
    Virtual Server Lifecycle Management
    • Wizard-driven management of resources in accordance with specified business service level objectives
    • HMC provides a single consolidated and consistent view of resources
    • Monitor resource use within the context of a business workload
    • Define workloads and associated performance policies
    Workload Awareness and Platform Performance Management
    • Key
    • Manage suite
    • Automate suite
    Save time, cost and simplify asset management Decrease problem determination and resolution time for cross-platform resources Improve and simplify cross-platform availability procedures Enable broader and more granular view of resource consumption Factory installed and configured network Improved network security with lower latency, less complexity, no encryption/decryption Allow critical workloads to receive resources and priority based on goal-oriented policies established by business requirements Smart business adjustments based on workload insight Provide deep insight into how IT resources are being used Gain flexibility, consistency and uniformity of virtualization Provide the business with faster time to market Simplified network management for applications … value made possible by the Unified Resource Manager Simplified installation of hypervisors Gain significant time to market with improved speed of deployment Simplified energy management Energy cost savings HMC