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2013 02 08 annunci power 7 plus sito cta
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2013 02 08 annunci power 7 plus sito cta
2013 02 08 annunci power 7 plus sito cta
2013 02 08 annunci power 7 plus sito cta
2013 02 08 annunci power 7 plus sito cta
2013 02 08 annunci power 7 plus sito cta
2013 02 08 annunci power 7 plus sito cta
2013 02 08 annunci power 7 plus sito cta
2013 02 08 annunci power 7 plus sito cta
2013 02 08 annunci power 7 plus sito cta
2013 02 08 annunci power 7 plus sito cta
2013 02 08 annunci power 7 plus sito cta
2013 02 08 annunci power 7 plus sito cta
2013 02 08 annunci power 7 plus sito cta
2013 02 08 annunci power 7 plus sito cta
2013 02 08 annunci power 7 plus sito cta
2013 02 08 annunci power 7 plus sito cta
2013 02 08 annunci power 7 plus sito cta
2013 02 08 annunci power 7 plus sito cta
2013 02 08 annunci power 7 plus sito cta
2013 02 08 annunci power 7 plus sito cta
2013 02 08 annunci power 7 plus sito cta
2013 02 08 annunci power 7 plus sito cta
2013 02 08 annunci power 7 plus sito cta
2013 02 08 annunci power 7 plus sito cta
2013 02 08 annunci power 7 plus sito cta
2013 02 08 annunci power 7 plus sito cta
2013 02 08 annunci power 7 plus sito cta
2013 02 08 annunci power 7 plus sito cta
2013 02 08 annunci power 7 plus sito cta
2013 02 08 annunci power 7 plus sito cta
2013 02 08 annunci power 7 plus sito cta
2013 02 08 annunci power 7 plus sito cta
2013 02 08 annunci power 7 plus sito cta
2013 02 08 annunci power 7 plus sito cta
2013 02 08 annunci power 7 plus sito cta
2013 02 08 annunci power 7 plus sito cta
2013 02 08 annunci power 7 plus sito cta
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  • 1. Annunci IBM Power Systems Febbraio 20131
  • 2. IBM Power SystemsEvoluzione e rivoluzione .... Mobile Cloud On a Smarter Planet, compute intensive workloads are exploding in growth Internet of Things Social Insights are derived from massive volumes of structured and unstructured data New services are demanded by the business, but IT budgets are constrained by existing operations Delivering IT must be made a more simple & easy experience 2 © 2013 IBM Corporation
  • 3. IBM Power SystemsAnnunci Smarter Computing Il 5 Febbraio sono stati annunciati nuovi sistemi e funzionalità che rafforzano la leadership tecnologica di IBM sul mercato Le novità comprendono un significativo rinnovamento della linea Power Systems, sviluppi in ambito System Storage, nuovi modelli della famiglia PureSystems e sono rivolte in particolare alla fascia Mid Range del mercato 3 © 2013 IBM Corporation
  • 4. IBM Power SystemsLa famiglia di prodotti IBM Power Systems 4 © 2013 IBM Corporation
  • 5. IBM Power SystemsAnnunci Power Systems – 5 Febbraio 2013 Nuovi modelli Power Systems 710, 720, 730, 740, 750, 760 & PowerLinux con Power7+ – incremento delle performance – incremento della memoria, dello spazio disco e del numero di partizioni supportate – risparmio energetico GA 710, 720, 730, 740, PowerLinux 7R1 e 7R2 20 Febbraio 2013 GA 750 e 760 15 Marzo 2013 Nuove Solution Edition AIX per Cognos e SPSS IBM i 7.1 Technology Refresh 6 Nuovo Pure Application System on Power 5 © 2013 IBM Corporation
  • 6. IBM Power SystemsPower Processor Technology Roadmap POWER9 POWER8 More Cores SMT+++ POWER7/7+ Reliability ++ FPGA Support 45/32 nm Transactional Memory POWER6/6+ Eight Cores 65/65 nm On-Chip eDRAM POWER5/5+ Power-Optimized Cores 130/90 nm Dual Core Memory Subsystem ++ High Frequencies SMT++ Dual Core Virtualization + Reliability + Enhanced Scaling Memory Subsystem + VSM & VSX SMT Altivec Protection Keys+ Distributed Switch + Instruction Retry Core Parallelism + Dynamic Energy Mgmt FP Performance + SMT + Memory Bandwidth + Protection Keys Virtualization 2004 2007 2010 Future 6 © 2013 IBM Corporation
  • 7. IBM Power SystemsLa tecnologia POWER POWER5 POWER5+ POWER6 POWER7 POWER7+ Technology 130nm 90nm 65nm 45nm 32nm Size 389 mm2 245 mm2 341 mm2 567 mm2 567 mm2 Transistors 276 M 276 M 790 M 1.2 B 2.1 B Cores 2 2 2 8 8 1.65 1.9 4-5 3–4 3.6 – 4.4+ Frequencies GHz GHz GHz GHz GHz 1.9MB 1.9MB 256 KB 256 KB L2 Cache Shared Shared 4MB / Core per Core per Core L3 Cache 36MB 36MB 32MB 4MB / Core 10MB / Core Memory 1 1 2/1 2/1 2/1 Cntrl Architecture Out of Order Out of Order In of Order Out of Order Out of Order 7 LPAR 10 / Core 10 / Core 10 / Core 10 / Core 20 / Core © 2013 IBM Corporation
  • 8. IBM Power SystemsPOWER7+ Design Physical Design: SMP Fabric • 8 cores with integrated Cache, Memory Controllers, and Accelerators Core Core A Core Core c • 3 / 4 / 6 / 8 Core options c • 32nm technology L2 L2 E L2 L2 n • eDRAM g L3 Cache L3 Cache Features: M Power Bus M • L3 Cache: 10 MB per core C C L3 Cache L3 Cache • Higher Frequencies G X • New RAS Features L2 L2 L2 L2 • Memory Compression Engine B u • Active Memory Expansion with no Core Core s Core Core processor overhead penalty • Encryption / Cryptography Support SMP Fabric • Random Number Generator • Enhanced Energy / Power Gating • 2X SP performance • 1/20 core LPAR Granularity 8 © 2013 IBM Corporation
  • 9. IBM Power SystemsPOWER7+ Active Memory Expansion POWER7+ AME Hardware Accelerator – Enhanced Power Systems value for AIX – On-chip enhancement 7+ Compared to POWER7, more efficient memory expansion (less processor overhead for the same compression/decompression – or even more equivalent memory for the same processor overhead) Up to 125% POWER7+ Up to 100% POWER7 POWER7+ accelerator True True True Expand Expand Expand Expand Up to 25% memory memory memory memory memory memory memory more memory expansion True True True Expand Expand Expand Expand memory memory memory memory memory memory memory Note expansion percentage very workload dependent 9 © 2013 IBM Corporation
  • 10. IBM Power SystemsPOWER7 / POWER7+ Module Packaging Power 795 Power 775 Single Chip Glass Ceramic Quad-chip MCM POWER7 Power 770 / 780 Single Chip Glass Ceramic POWER7 Power 710 / 730 Power 720 / 740 Power 750 / 760 Power 770 / 780 Single Chip Organic Single Chip Organic Dual Chip Organic Single Chip Organic POWER7+10 © 2013 IBM Corporation
  • 11. IBM Power SystemsPower Express family New Power 710, 730, 720, 740 ‘D’ models with enhanced capabilities Higher performance with POWER7+ – Increased processor frequencies up to 20% – Increased L3 cache size – Integrated hardware accelerators • Memory Expansion • Encryption Double the memory capacity – New 16, 32, and 64 GB memory features Internal disk capacity increased with 900GB disks – 7.2 TB for Power 720 and Power 740 – 5.4 TB for Power 710 and 730 Greater partitioning capability – Up to 20 partitions/core with PowerVM 11 Energy savings via processor enhancements © 2013 IBM Corporation
  • 12. IBM Power SystemsIBM Power 710 ExpressHigh-performance, dense and energy-efficient server Leadership POWER7 performance in a compact 2U package 8231-E1D Reliable, secure infrastructure and application server with outstanding energy efficiency Power 710 Express Very cost efficient solutions for Unix, IBM i, and Linux deployments Power 710 is a 1-socket server supporting 4, 6, or 8-core POWER7+ Easy to purchase and deploy processors Express Edition configurations simplify Integrated support with RAID 10 in the acquisition and deployment with servers that base for up to six SFF SAS disks (5.4 seamlessly fit into existing infrastructure TB) Support for up to five low profile PCIe Workload-optimizing capabilities Gen2 slots Improve ROI with higher performance, Maximum memory increased to 256 GB utilization and efficiency whether you run one application or many on a single system Up to 20 partitions/core with PowerVM Standard or Enterprise 12 © 2013 IBM Corporation
  • 13. IBM Power SystemsIBM Power 730 ExpressHigh-performance, dense, expandable energy-efficient server Ideal for running multiple 8231-E2D application and infrastructure Power 730 Express workloads in a virtualized environment Power 730 is a 2-socket server supporting 8, Leadership performance with POWER7+ 12 or 16-cores of POWER7+ processors processors Integrated support with RAID 10 in the base Outstanding energy efficiency for up to six SFF SAS disks (5.4 TB) Support for up to five low profile PCIe Gen2 Consolidate and save slots Run Unix, IBM i and Linux workloads on a Supports new PCIe Gen2 Ethernet and single system RAID adapters Compact form factor with Storage and I/O expansion capabilities to fit your business Maximum memory increase to 512 GB needs Supports up to 20 additional PCIe I/O slots via expansion Workload-optimizing capabilities Up to 20 partitions/core with PowerVM Improve ROI with higher performance, Standard or Enterprise utilization and efficiency whether you run one application or many on a single system 13 © 2013 IBM Corporation
  • 14. IBM Power SystemsPOWER7+ 710 and 730 Power 710 Power 730 8231-E1D 8231-E2D 8 Core @ 4.3 GHz 4 Core @ 3.6 GHz POWER7+ 12 Core @ 4.2 GHz 6 Core @ 4.2 GHz Architecture 16 Core @ 3.6 GHz 8 Core @ 4.2 GHz 16 Core @ 4.2 GHz Planar Single Socket Dual Socket 4 / 8 / 16 / 32 GB DIMMs 4 / 8 / 16 / 32 GB DIMMs DDR3 Memory 8GB to 256GB 8GB to 512GB SFF SAS Bays Up to 6 HDD or SSD POWER7+ 710: 1S2U PCIe Gen2 Expansion Five x8 LP Slots One x4 LP (Ethernet Adapter) POWER7+ 730: 2S2U Integrated Standard: RAID 0, 1, & 10 SAS/SATA Cntrl Optional: RAID 5 & 6 Power 730 GX++ Slots One Two Supports up to Ethernet in 6th slot Quad 10/100/1000 FC # 2319 Support Yes 320 LPARs Media Bays 1 Slim-line & opptionally 1 Half Height 12X PCIe Drawers * No Yes / Max: 2 Power 710 HDD/SSD drawer * Max 4 Max 14 Ultra SSD Drawer * Max = 1/2 Max = 1 Supports up to Virt Management IVM or HMC 160 LPARs Redundant Power & Optional Standard Cooling EnergyScale TPMD Warranty 3 Years14 * 4-core 710 does not use these I/O drawers © 2013 IBM Corporation
  • 15. IBM Power SystemsAIX Operating System Support AIX V7.1 TL00: Statement of Direction AIX V7.1 TL01: Statement of Direction AIX V7.1 TL02: Service Pack 2, or later AIX V6.1 TL08: Service Pack 2, or later AIX V6.1 TL07: Service Pack 7, or later – Planned availability March 29, 2013 AIX V6.1 TL06: Service Pack 11, or later – Planned availability March 29, 2013 AIX V5.3 TL12: Statement of Direction15 © 2013 IBM Corporation
  • 16. IBM Power SystemsLinux SUSE Linux Enterprise Server 11 Service Pack 2, or later – With current maintenance updates available from SUSE to enable all planned functionality. SOD for Red Hat Executive Linux: IBM intends to continue to work with Red Hat to provide support for the new Power 710 (8231-E1D), PowerLinux 7R1 (8246-L1D, 8246-L1T), Power 720 (8202-E4D), Power 730 (8231-E2D), PowerLinux 7R2 (8246-L2D, 8246-L2T), Power 740 (8205-E6D), Power 750 (8408-E8D), and Power 760 (9109-RMD) with an upcoming Red Hat Enterprise Linux 6 release. For additional questions about the availability of this release and supported hardware servers, consult the Red Hat Hardware Catalog at https://hardware.redhat.com RHEL 6 PRE-INSTALL FEATURE FOR POWER 710, 720, 730, 740, 750, 760, AND POWERLINUX 7R1, 7R2 IBM intends to provide support for pre-install of an upcoming Red Hat Enterprise Linux 6 release on the new Power 710 (8231-E1D), PowerLinux 7R1 (8246-L1D, 8246-L1T), Power 720 (8202-E4D), Power 730 (8231-E2D), PowerLinux 7R2 (8246-L2D, 8246-L2T), Power 740 (8205-E6D), Power 750 (8408-E8D) and Power 760 (9109-RMD) systems. Information concerning Red Hat Enterprise Linux was obtained from Red Hat. Questions concerning Red Hat Enterprise Linux should be directed to Red Hat, as Red Hat Enterprise Linux is not an IBM product. Red Hat Enterprise Linux is sold or licensed, as the case may be, to users under Red Hats terms and conditions. Availability and support is the responsibility of Red Hat. IBM IS NOT LIABLE AND MAKES NO WARRANTIES, EXPRESSOR IMPLIED, REGARDING RED HAT ENTERPRISE LINUX, INCLUDING BUT NOT LIM3 ITED TO ANY IMPLIED WARRANTIES OR CONDITION OF MERCHANTABILITY AND FIT- 3 NESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE. Moreover, all statements regarding IBMs or Red Hats future direction and intent are subject to change or withdrawal without notice, and represents goals and objectives only. Information regarding potential future third-party products that may work 3 with an IBM product should not be relied on in making a purchase decsion. The information mentioned regarding potential future third-party products is not a commitment, promise, or legal obligation to deliver 3 any material, code or functionality. Information about potential future third-party products may not be incorporated into any contract. The development, release, and timing of any future features or functionality 3 described for IBM or Red Hat products remains at IBMs or Red Hats sole discretion, as applicable.16 © 2013 IBM Corporation
  • 17. IBM Power SystemsPowerLinux 7R1 / Power 710 Positioning PowerLinux 7R1 Power 710 8246-L1T 8246-L1D 8231-E1D Operating Systems POWER7+ Architecture 4 Core @ 3.6 GHz 4 Core @ 3.6 GHz 6 Core @ 4.2 GHz 6 Core @ 4.2 GHz Dual Sockets 8 Core @ 4.2 GHz 8 Core @ 4.2 GHz 4 / 8 / 16 / 32 GB DIMMs 4 / 8 / 16 / 32 GB DIMMs DDR3 Memory 32GB to 256B 8GB to 256GB 12X PCIe Expansion Drawer N/A N/A N/A HDD/SSD storage drawers Up to 4 N/A Up to 4 EXP30 Ultra SSD Drawer N/A N/A Up to ½ SAS SFF Bays Up to 6 HDD or SSD PCIe Gen2 Slots General Purpose: Five x8 LP & Dedicated: One x4 LP (Ethernet Adapter) Integrated SAS/SATA Cntrl Standard: RAID 0, 1, & 10 Optional: RAID 5 & 6 GX++ Slots One Integrated Ports 3 USB, 2 Serial, 2 HMC Ethernet in 6th PCIe slot Quad Port 10/100/1000 Media Bays 1 Slim-line (DVD) & optionally 1 Half Height ( DAT 160/320 tape or RDX ) Virt Management IVM or HMC Redundant Power & Cooling Standard Warranty 3 Years17 © 2013 IBM Corporation
  • 18. IBM Power SystemsPowerLinux 7R2 / Power 730 Positioning PowerLinux 7R2 Power 730 8246-L2T 8246-L2D 8231-E2D Operating Systems POWER7+ Architecture 8 Cores @ 4.3 GHz 16 Cores @ 3.6 GHz 12 Core @ 4.2 GHz Dual Sockets 16 Cores @ 4.2 GHz 16 Core @ 3.6 / 4.2 GHz 4 / 8 / 16 / 32 GB DIMMs 4 / 8 / 16 / 32 GB DIMMs DDR3 Memory 32GB to 512GB 8GB to 512GB 12X PCIe Expansion Drawer Up to 2 N/A Up to 2 HDD/SSD storage drawers Up to 14 N/A Up to 14 EXP30 Ultra SSD Drawer Up to 1 N/A Up to 1 SAS SFF Bays Up to 6 HDD or SSD PCIe Gen2 Slots General Purpose: Five x8 LP & Dedicated: One x4 LP (Ethernet Adapter) Integrated SAS/SATA Cntrl Standard: RAID 0, 1, & 10 Optional: RAID 5 & 6 GX++ Slots Two Integrated Ports 3 USB, 2 Serial, 2 HMC Ethernet in 6th PCIe slot Quad Port 10/100/1000 Media Bays 1 Slim-line (DVD) & optionally Half Height ( DAT 160/320 tape or RDX ) Virt Management IVM or HMC Redundant Power & Cooling Standard Warranty 3 Years18 © 2013 IBM Corporation
  • 19. IBM Power SystemsIBM PowerLinux 7R2 SAP SD 2-Tier Performance 28% Better than best published Linux 16-core Sandy Bridge EP result on the latest SAP SD 2-Tier benchmark (6_EHP5) with 16-core, 4.22 GHz PowerLinux 7R2 2-socket, 16-core systems 8016 POWER7+ 8000 IBM PowerLinux #1 for SAP 7R2 Linux on 2-socket 7000 6250 6000 SAP source: http://www.sap.com/benchmark/ As of 12/17/12. SAP Publication number for HP results: 2012032 5000 SAP Users IBM PowerLinux 7R2 (4.22 GHz POWER7+, SLES 11 SP2) HP DL 380 G8 (2.90 GHz Xeon E5 2690, RHEL 6.2)19 © 2013 IBM Corporation
  • 20. IBM Power SystemsIBM Power 720 ExpressHighly flexible, available, and easy to manage server that can grow with your business Outstanding as a distributed application or small database server 8202-E4D Leadership performance with POWER7+ processors Power 720 Express Provides near-continuous application 1-socket server supporting 4, 6, or 8-cores of availability at a compellingly low price POWER7+ processors in 4U rack or tower form factors Ideal as a integrated business Integrated SAS controller with RAID 10 in the system with i base. Up to 7.2TB of internal storage Scalable and tested IBM i OS to deploy Support for up to nine PCIe Gen2 slots applications faster and maintain them with fewer staff Increased maximum memory to 512 GB Supports PCIe Gen2 Ethernet, RAID, and Choice and Flexibility 4-port Fiber adapters AIX, i, and Linux Editions are attractively Up to 20 partitions/core with PowerVM priced, and easy to order Standard or Enterprise Portfolio of over 15,000 industry proven solutions 20 © 2013 IBM Corporation
  • 21. IBM Power Systems520 / 720 Upgrade Paths Details (same serial number) POWER7 POWER7 POWER7+ 8202-E4B 8202-E4C 8202-E4D 520 4-core 8203-E4A POWER6 720 720 720 6/8-core 6/8-core 6/8-core “B” model “C” model “D” mdoel 520 2-core 8203-E4A POWER6 Notes: • Same-serial-number upgrades from Power 720 to a newer Power 720 (B- to-C, B-to-D, or C-to-D) are not offered • POWER6 9408-M25 to POWER6 8203-E4A conversions remain available21 © 2013 IBM Corporation
  • 22. IBM Power SystemsIBM Power 740 ExpressDelivers the performance for mid-market clients to run applications faster and moreefficiently Ideal as a mid-size database server 8205-E6D for DB2, Oracle, and Sybase Leadership 2-socket POWER7+ performance Power 740 Express 1-socket or 2-socket server supporting 6, Leverage PowerVM and VMControl 8, 12, or 16-cores of POWER7+ processors in a 4U rack form factor for server consolidation Up to 160 virtual servers Integrated SAS controller with RAID 10 in the base. Up to 7.2TB of internal storage Reduce energy usage, server footprint and Support for up to nine PCIe Gen2 slots per/core software licensing costs Increased maximum memory to 1024 GB Supports PCIe Gen2 Ethernet, RAID, and Single platform for AIX, i, and 4-port Fiber Channel adapters Linux operating system solutions Up to 20 partitions/core with PowerVM Portfolio of over 15,000 industry proven Standard or Enterprise solutions 22 © 2013 IBM Corporation
  • 23. IBM Power SystemsPOWER7+ 720 / 740 * Power 720 Power 740 8202-E4D 8205-E6D 4-core 3.6 GHz 1 or 2 x 6-core 4.2 GHz POWER7+ 6-core 3.6 GHz 1 or 2 x 8-core 3.6 GHz Architecture 8 core 3.6 GHz 1 or 2 x 8-core 4.2 GHz Dual Socket Planar Single Socket Power 720: 1S4U Single Socket option 4 / 8 / 16* / 32* GB 4 / 8 / 16 / 32 GB Power 740: 2S4U DDR3 Memory DIMMs 4GB to 512* GB 4GB to 1 TB SAS SFF Bays Up to 6 or 8 HDD or SSD Five x8 Full High (FH) (Base) PCIe Gen2 One x4 FH (Base) / Ethernet Adapter Expansion Slots Four x8 LP ( Optional) Standard: RAID 0, 1, & 10 Integrated SAS Controller Optional: RAID 5 & 6 Integrated Ports 3 USB, 2 Serial, 2 HMC Ethernet in 6th PCIe slot Quad 10/100/1000 Media Bays 1 Slim-line & 1 Half Height I2X PCIe IO Drawers Max 2 ** Max 2 / 4 Power 720: 1S4U 12X PCI-X I/O Drawers Supported ** Supported HDD/SSD-only drawer Max 14** Max 14 Tower EXP30 Ultra SSD Drawer Max 1 ** Max 1 or 2 Virt Management IVM & HMC Redundant Power and Optional Standard Cooling EnergyScale TPMD Warranty 3 Years23 * max of 64GB memory on 4-core Power 720 ** max zero drawers on 4-core Power 720 © 2013 IBM Corporation
  • 24. IBM Power SystemsPower 4U 720/740 Advantages over Power 2U 710/730 Power model 710 / 730 720 / 740 2U rack 4U rack Footprint + no tower + tower Add processor card Advantage no No / Yes later if needed SW tiers same same 1. 730 has max of one 12X loop Max Internal drives 6 8 2. 4-core supports zero 12X I/O drawer 12X I/O drawers No / Yes 1 Yes 2 3. 710 4-core and 720 4-core support zero disk-only drawer Disk only drawers Yes 3 Yes 3 4. 4-core 720 has max of 64 GB Max. GB memory 256 / 512 512 4 / 1024 5. AIX/Linux can use HH bay for RDX Internal tape Yes & No 5 Yes or DAT160, IBM i does not support this bay PCIe slots CEC max 6 6 LP 7 6 6 FH +4LP 6. Five x8 PCIe slots and a 6th x4 PCIe 6 LP / 4 LP+20 slot only for Ethernet adapter PCIe slots max 24 2 / 44 7. LP (Low Profile) limits selection of FH 26* / 48 PCIe adapters, especially for PCIe PCI-X slots max 8 0 24 / 48 SAS adapters with write cache Same serial number 8. PCI-X I/O drawer withdrawn from No Yes / no marketing upgrades 9. AIX, but not IBM i CBU No Yes IBM i Editions No Yes / no Solution Editions Yes 9 Yes24 © 2013 IBM Corporation
  • 25. IBM Power Systems IBM Power 750 Express IBM Power 760 Secure, reliable performance Secure, reliable performance at an affordable price with On-Demand Expansion Completely redesigned to leverage Great for virtualized consolidation of the performance of POWER7+ application workloads like SAP 30-40% more performance than Beats the leading 80 core HP system non-IBM 32 core systems result for SAP 2 tier performance Processor Upgrade on Demand for Twice the memory and VMs for seamless growth greater levels of consolidation Workload optimizing capabilities Energy Star compliant for efficiency Installed by IBM for your convenience 3 years of 24x7 service included with 3 years of 24x7 service included with every system every systemPower 750 Power 76025 © 2013 IBM Corporation
  • 26. IBM Power SystemsPOWER7+ Power 750 / 760 New generation of Express/Enterprise Class servers – Evolution of Power 750 – Provides more Core, more Memory, more IO bandwidth, etc. Wide range of uses.. – Data Base – ERP – Server consolidation Enterprise features – 40GB of Internal IO bandwidth – Split Backplane support standard – Six full size PCIe Gen2 slots with Blind swap support – Blind swap PCIe adapter support – Quad Socket processor design – Memory Density options – CUoD support ( Power 760 ) Supports up to 640 / 960 LPARs26 © 2013 IBM Corporation
  • 27. IBM Power SystemsMerging Power 770 & Power 740 = Power 750/760 Enterprise System features Express System pricing Quad Sockets IO Subsystem Power 760 Power Power 770 750 Memory Architecture RAS Features Power 740 27 © 2013 IBM Corporation
  • 28. IBM Power SystemsPower 750 8408-E8D POWER7+ Arch. 8-core DCM @ 4.0 GHz Up to 4 Sockets 8-core DCM @ 3.5 GHz DDR3 Memory Up to 1 TB Capacity on Demand N/A Up to 6 HDD or SSD SAS SFF Bays Split Backplane support IO Expansion Slots in PCIe x8: 6 Slots ( Hot Swap ) CEC Dual GX++ Bus (with 2 or more DCM) Up to 32 Cores 4 Socket / 5U SAS ( Dual ) plus SATA Integrated IO Cntrl Standard RAID 0, 1, & 10 Optional RAID 5 & 6 Supports up to IVM / HMC Support Yes / Yes (HMC optional) 640 LPARs Integrated Multifunction 4 Ethernet (Dual 10 Gb & Dual 1 Gb Card (IMFC) or Quad 10Gb); 2 USB, 1 serial FC # 2319 Integrated Ports 1 USB, 2 HMC, 2 SPCN, plus IMFC Media Bays 1 Slim-line for DVD 12X PCIe IO Drawers Max 4 (no PCI-X drawers) 3 Yr Maintenance EXP30 Ultra SSD Drawer Max 2 24 x 7 HDD/SSD-only drawer Max 51 Redundant Power Yes Redundant Cool Yes EnergyScale Dynamic Energy Save & Capping28 © 2013 IBM Corporation
  • 29. IBM Power SystemsPower 760 9109-RMD POWER7+ Arch. 12-core DCM @ 3.4 GHz Up to 4 Sockets 12-core DCM @ 3.1 GHz DDR3 Memory Up to 2 TB Capacity on Demand Yes for Processors (Permanent only ) Up to 6 HDD or SSD SAS SFF Bays Split Backplane support PCIe x8: 6 Slots ( Hot Swap ) IO Expansion Slots in CEC Up to 48 Cores Dual GX++ Bus (with 2 or more DCM) 4 Socket / 5U SAS ( Dual ) plus SATA Integrated IO Cntrl Standard RAID 0, 1, & 10 Optional RAID 5 & 6 Supports up to IVM / HMC Support No / Yes (HMC required) 960 LPARs Integrated Multifunction 4 Ethernet (Dual 10 Gb & Dual 1 Gb or Card (IMFC) Quad 10Gb); 2 USB, 1 serial Integrated Ports 1 USB, 2 HMC, 2 SPCN, plus IMFC Media Bays 1 Slim-line for DVD 3 Yr Maintenance 12X PCIe IO Drawers Max 4 (no PCI-X drawers) 24 x 7 EXP30 Ultra SSD Drawer Max 2 HDD/SSD-only drawer Max 51 Redundant Power Yes Redundant Cooling Yes EnergyScale Dynamic Energy Save & Capping29 © 2013 IBM Corporation
  • 30. IBM Power SystemsPower 760 Capacity Upgrade on Demand Minimum of 8 Core activations is required Permanent activations only CUoD provides flexibility to have “stand by” resources – No temporary or Trial CoD available to be permanently • No Elastic (On/Off) CoD or Utility CoD activated No memory CoD – Plan ahead for memory demands – Adding memory requires system unit to be % price powered down DCM Dynamic Processor Sparing is available % price activation 0/12-core DCM Processor core Power 760 feature activation feature About 70% of the list price is 3.1 GHz #EPT5 #EPTA for activations assuming 100% of the cores are activated. 3.4 GHz #EPT6 #EPTB Prices shown are IBM USA suggested list prices as of Feb 2013 and are subject to change without notice; Reseller prices may vary. 30 © 2013 IBM Corporation
  • 31. IBM Power SystemsEXP30 Ultra SSD I/O Drawer Enhancements #EDR1 Up to 480,000 IOPS (100% read) Up to 11.6 TB Up to 4.5 GB/s bandwidth Downstream HDD Feb 2013 Announcements: – Support on ‘D’ models of 710, 720, 730, 740, 750, 760 (already supported on ‘D’ model 770 and 780) – SOD for ‘C” model 770 and 780 – IBM i 7.1 TR6 native support (AIX/Linux already in place) – New 6-pack convenience package Ultra performance Ultra density31 © 2013 IBM Corporation
  • 32. IBM Power SystemsNew RDX 1.5 TB Cartridge (#EU15) – Expanding strategic ENTRY save/restore technology – 50% larger capacity than previous max capacity – Larger capacity than DAT 80/160 cartridge • 1770% more no compression (80GB) • 830% more with 2X compression (160 GB) • 360% more with 4X compression (320 GB) – Lower cost per GB RDX storage – Works on all RDX docking stations • #EU03, #EU04, #EU23, #1103, #1104, #1123 – Supported by AIX, IBM i, Linux NEW Feb 2013 RDX 320GB 500GB 1 TB 1.5 TB Cartridge #EU08 #1107 #EU01 #EU15 $/GB $0.70 $0.59 $0.35 $0.33 160GB #1106 RDX withdrawn from marketing Prices shown are IBM USA suggested list prices as of Feb 2013 on a Power 720 and are subject to change without notice; Reseller prices may vary.32 © 2013 IBM Corporation
  • 33. IBM Power SystemsLTO-6 HH SAS Tape Drive - #EU11 – Higher capacity and performance than LTO-5 • 2.5 TB uncompressed capacity .. 66% more • 6.25 TB capacity with typical compression .. 108% more • Up to 240 MB/s … 14% more • For only 5% higher price – Read LTO-4; Read/Write LTO-5 and LTO-6 – For HH bays of • Power 720/740 ‘C’ and ‘D’ models • Power 750 ‘B’ model • Power 795 1U media drawer (#5724) – Shipped w/ cleaning and test cartridge – Convenience cartridge ordering • #EU17 – single & #EU18 – five-pack – Supported by AIX, IBM i, Linux, VIOS LTO-6 price is only 5% higher than LTO-5 .. $4200 vs $4000 – See also 7226-1U3 and 3580-H6S/L63 (TS2260/TS2360) Prices shown are IBM USA suggested list prices as of Feb 2013 on a Power 720 and are subject to change without notice; Reseller prices may vary.33 © 2013 IBM Corporation
  • 34. IBM Power Systems IBM PureApplication System on Power – POWER7+ Technology – Fully assembled, cabled, integrated rack offered in four configurations: 96, 192, 384, 608 cores – Pre-loaded and pre-configured with: • AIX • IBM WebSphere Application Server Hypervisor Edition • IBM DB2 Enterprise Edition • Patterns: IBM Transactional Database, Data Mart, and Application for Java34 © 2013 IBM Corporation
  • 35. IBM Power SystemsIBM i Roadmap 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013V5R4 6.1 7.1 i next i next + 1 V5R4M5 6.1.1 ……… 7.1 TRs … Responding to IBM i market, time between releases is longer Interim technology refreshes will provide new functions and I/O support Simpler to install on a current release and less disruptive ** All statements regarding IBMs future direction and intent are subject to change or withdrawal without notice, and represent goals and objectives only.35 © 2013 IBM Corporation
  • 36. IBM Power SystemsIBM i 7.1 Technology Refresh 6 - Highlights Enhancing the value proposition of DB2 for i by extending SQL capabilities, improving performance and enhancing data center manageability Support for latest POWER7+ Express Servers Use of USB Flash Drives now supported by IBM i New Mobile Solutions – Zend Server for i Version 6 provides mobile application development and runtime – IBM Mobile Database solution uses DB2 for i as data source – Statement of Direction for IBM Lotus Notes Traveler and IBM Connections availability IBM i Secure Sockets Layer (System SSL) supports TLSv1.1 and TLSv1.2 and Online Certificate Status Protocol (OCSP) PowerHA SystemMirror for i adds support for additional storage devices, including IBM SAN Volume Controller (SVC) and IBM Storwize V7000, V3700 and V3500 IBM Systems Director error detection and reporting 36 © 2013 IBM Corporation
  • 37. IBM Power Systems Zend Server for IBM i Version 6Zend Studio 10 Deploy mobile apps application market places! iOS, Android, Windows Phone, & more • Drag & Drop interface • Tie mobile apps to native IBM i artifacts •Single development location for creating IBM i XML Service mobile applications Integrating restful web service Tie to IBM i native toolkit PHP application to drive the interactions Zend Server for IBM i Version 6 • RESTful Web Services •"Mobil-ize" RPG & COBOL applications • XML Service ties Mobile application to native i artifacts http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=t4nmRO9-gN4&feature=plcp • Mobile solutions for IBM i! 37 © 2013 IBM Corporation
  • 38. IBM Power SystemsIBM i Hardware-Related News Support of newly announced hardware – POWER7+ 710/720/730/740/750/760 – PCIe Gen2 adapters: 16Gb Fibre Channel adapter & 4-port 10/1Gb Ethernet – 1.5 TB RDX cartridge – HH LTO-6 tape drive EXP30 Ultra SSD I/O Drawer support – IBM i 7.1 TR6 support (Native support – not through VIOS) Support use of USB flash memory sticks – IBM i 7.1 TR6 native and virtualized – USB ports on system units (not on PCIe adapters) NPIV (N_Port ID Virtualization) attach of SVC, V7000 Storwize, V3700 – Expands existing VSCSI support – Native support not offered38 © 2013 IBM Corporation
  • 39. IBM Power SystemsOther I/O News of IBM i Interest More removable media choices – LTO-6 for 720/740 CEC and in 7226 1U drawer – Bigger RDX cartridge – 1.5TB #EN0A/#EN0B Two new PCIe Gen2 Adapters – 2-port 16Gb Fibre Channel #EN0H/#EN0J • Requires VIOS – 4-port 10Gb CNA/FCoE + 1GbE • Requires VIOS • IBM i supports NIC, not FCoE NPIV (N_Port ID Virtualization) attach of SVC, V7000 Storwize, V3700 – Expands existing VSCSI support – Native support not offered Ethernet Link Aggregation Enhancements – Automatic retry to re-link dropped links39 © 2013 IBM Corporation
  • 40. IBM Power SystemsIBM i + NPIV (Virtual Fiber Channel) + SVC, V7000, V370040 © 2013 IBM Corporation
  • 41. IBM Power SystemsStorwize V7000 PowerHA SystemMirror for i PowerHA SystemMirror 7.1 TR6 SVC and Storwize V7000 – FlashCopy (ACS available from Lab Services as well) – Metro Mirror, Global Mirror – and with NPIV LUN Switching41 © 2013 IBM Corporation
  • 42. IBM Power SystemsIBM Storwize V3700 PowerHA SystemMirror for i Statement of Direction IBM plans to enhance Storwize V3700 in 2013 with the following: 6Gb SAS host attachment support Optional features: PowerHA SystemMirror 7.1 TR6 Easy Tier Remote mirroring FlashCopy support for up to 2,0450 targets Storwize V3700 – FlashCopy and with NPIV LUN Switching – SOD42 © 2013 IBM Corporation
  • 43. IBM Power SystemsIBM i and PureSystems IBM PureFlex (Foundations) – IBM i can be ordered and preinstalled at the factory – IBM i licenses can be transferred (for primary or other nodes) • Standard license transfer fees apply • At least one IBM i license required with HW purchase • Special bid until eConfig support in place IBM Flex Systems (BTO) – IBM i can be ordered – IBM i licenses can be transferred (for primary or other nodes) • Standard license transfer fees apply • No IBM i license entitlements required with HW purchase, all IBM i licenses can be transferred Refer to: “IBM i Processor and User Transfer Guide” www.ibm.com/systems/support/planning/notices.html43 © 2013 IBM Corporation

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