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  • Along with space, power and cost constraints, IT face challenges around security, manageability, flexibility and choice exacerbate in cloud scale deployments. In a recent IDC survey, Security remains a top concern for IT in the cloud. Data not only moves from server to server but it is moved to external data centers where service providers often don’t provide any guarantees or restitution for lost or compromised data. Today’s data centers are estimated to consume 1-2% of the world’s energy. If storage, network and compute grow at the hockey stick rates we discussed earlier in this presentation, then we’ll rapidly consume energy, deplete natural resources and spend a lot of unneeded money. By increasing the efficiency of our products, we can help the industry avoid the build out of 45 new coal plants, thus saving enough power to support 30 million homes. Vendor lock is also reported as a major concern among enterprise and service provider end users building cloud and next generation data center infrastructure. Best of breed technologies are required, but IT managers also want flexibility and choice. They want to purchase infrastructure that doesn’t lock them into one vendor or one solution for multiple generations. They want the ability to choose the best architecture available at the time and integrate with existing infrastructure.And last, how do we manage in this virtualized, mega scale infrastructure. We increased server utilization through virtualization but have driven network bandwidth through the roof in complexity creating the next bottleneck in the system. IDC estimates that it costs roughly as much to manage a virtual server as a physical one. Gartner estimates that the cost to manage a server will exceed the cost to buy one. Infrastructure must be dramatically simplified to handle the rapid rate of growth and complexity challenging IT. We need fewer configurations, fewer ports, fewer cables, fewer servers, few points of management and seamless integration of vendors to enable a more simplified IT environment. If we can’t accomplish this, Bain estimates that IT will spend $2T on deployment and operations without a smarter infrastructure.The industry must come together to not only deliver new capabilities for the cloud, but build it on a foundation that delivers high levels of security, efficiency, simplification and interoperability. That will enable the true potential of the cloud – cloud 2015.Sources:IDC Market Analysis, January 2010Power savings calculated based on projected performance improvements from Intel roadmap while keeping power / system flat. Moore’s Law drives ~2x perf / 18 months. At 5 years, that equals 10X. We assume that compared to 2010, we’re saving 9X (i.e, the 10x less the 1X for what you’ll need). It assumes we keep power per system constant at 200W. We assume we’ll need 16M servers in 2015 (based on market model) – that means we save 16M x 9X x 200W (average system power) x 1.6 PUE = ~45GW. The estimated power/coal plant is 1Gw 45GW = ~ 45 coal plants needed which equates to approximately 30 million homes according to the EPA website: http://www.epa.gov/RDEE/energy-resources/refs.html#coalplantThe 451 group August 2010Summary of spending between 2010 and 2014. Intel commission analysis with Bain Consulting based on: IDC “Server Workloads Forecast” 2009, AMI US SB/MB Overview and Market Opportunity Assessment 2006 Gartner “WW IT Services Forecast” 2009; Cowen & Co “VMware” (July 2009); IDC 2009 “Optimizing Infrastructure and Service Management in Tough Economic Times”, analyst reports, IDC storage & networking reports, Gartner 2009 WW IT Services Forecast, BLS, Computer Economics, Principled Technology, expert interviews, Bain analysis
  • Intel has spent decades working to make IT infrastructure not only higher performing, but also more efficient and cost effective. If you look back at the Intel 4004 introduced in 1971 and compare it to the 32nm Westmere processor you will see that chip speed has gone up by 5000x and transistors have become 100,000x cheaper (adjusting for inflation) – source Intel TMG, Sept 2010. There has also been a transition from expensive mainframe computing to a client and server model and then web-based computing model – making computing much more accessible, cost effective, and connected globally delivering significant advancements in the way businesses and consumers can take advantage of computing capabilities. In the past 5 years alone we’ve seen significant advances not only in performance and cost but also in energy efficiency of computing platforms. performance/watt has increased roughly 20x with today’s westmere, Xeon 5600 processors compared to single core processors in 2004/2005 Platform idle power has been cut in half when you compare the single core Nocona 3.6GHz (225W average platform idle) vsIntel® Xeon® X5680/WSM 3.3GHz 130W Turbo Off (114W average platform idle power) And we’ve enabled a 15:1 consolidation ration where one rack of Intel Xeon 5600 servers can replace up to 15 racks of single core Xeon servers at a 95% at the same performance level with a 95% annual energy reduction with as little as 5 month payback.This has lead to dramatic improvements in performance efficiency and cost reduction, but we need to continue to do more to address growth in users, devices, and data.
  • SPECjbb2005 is an industry-standard benchmark for evaluating performance of server-side Java.SPECjAppServer2004 (Java Application Server) is a multi-tier benchmark for measuring the performance of Java 2 Enterprise Edition (J2EE) technology-based application servers. SPECjAppServer2004 is an end-to-end application which exercises all major J2EE technologies implemented by compliant application servers as follows:The web container, including servlets and JSPsThe EJB containerEJB2.0 Container Managed PersistenceJMS and Message Driven BeansTransaction managementDatabase connectivityMoreover, SPECjAppServer2004 also heavily exercises all parts of the underlying infrastructure that make up the application environment, including hardware, JVM software, database software, JDBC drivers, and the system network.
  • The Alliance launched with over 70 member companies (now has over 100 members) including a steering committee of IT powerhouses including BMW, Capgemini, China Life, China Unicom, Deutsche Bank, JP Morgan Chase, Lockheed Martin, Marriott, National Australia Bank, Shell, Terremark and UBS. They come from different industries and different parts of the globe but share a vision on the challenges facing data center innovation:The opportunity for cloud computing will help address real challenges shaping data centers today: cost pressures, need for innovation acceleration rising, and user requirements growing. The value of cloud will only be realized through focused technology innovation in the right areas (for example security, manageability) in an open, industry standard and multi-vendor fashion Due to the increased interoperability requirements for cloud and the increased challenges facing the data center, working together to form a vision for the requirements of the data center is needed.Intel has been asked to serve as a non-voting technical advisor to the Alliance at the direction of the steering committee and plans to actively participate on all working groups.
  • Intel has a long history of collaborating with our industry partners to improve computing and change the world. Examples(more at bottom): from invention & proliferation of USB… to AGP & PCIegfx standards… to HDCP/HDMI standards… to the Climate Savers initiative which has accelerated carbon emissions reductions by 32 million metric tons annually (equiv. 9 coal fired power plants offline, & >$2B annual energy savings)… it’s clear Intel is a catalyst for positive change. Great example = acceleration of the transition to mobile computing. Early in the past decade Intel introduced Centrino Mobile Technology (CMT) for laptops which helped enable the wireless PC connectivity we now often take for granted today. Intel’s innovate products & technology, seamless compatibility, and extensive hotspot enabling & certification program allowed end users to enjoy an “it just works” experience with their laptops in ways they previously could only imagine. Prior to Intel CMT introduction, wireless LAN was a niche technology with low awareness. Within 3 yrs of Intel’s CMT launch and $300M campaign, Wi-Fi was shipping in 90% of laptops, not the better part of a decade that many expected. By working together, Intel and our partners helped make “Un Wire” a reality much sooner than it otherwise would have. Standards, openness, and interoperability enable the best end user experiences… whether that’s wi-fi, graphics, or I/O. For cloud computing to realize it’s true potential as it evolves, it’s essential there is a level of openness and solutions interoperability. To that end, Intel is collaborating directly with the world’s most influential leaders and consumers of Information Technology who want to make Cloud architectures real and viable in their data center operations and service delivery. In fact, we were asked by severalIT end users to help in the initial formation of an independent group of global IT managers, called the Open Data Center Alliance. Members of the Open Data Center Alliance are working to define what they need and what they want Open, interoperable solutions which embrace standards needed for cloud computing. Intel is proud to have the opportunity to use our years of experience and assist the Open Data Center Alliance as a technical advisor to their formation and operation. It should be noted that our advisory role takes advantage of our unique skills, but gives us no unique advantage relative to the product so we’ll have to earn that along with the rest of the industry.With this, I’d like to turn it over to a member of the Open Data Center Alliance to discuss their announcement earlier today (Oct 27th)Additional Speaker notes – fully integrated solutions can provide value, though we believe that in the long-term open, interoperable solutions are key to realizing the Cloud’s promise. “We have seen lock-in return as a top concern….routinely seeking alternatives to proprietary virtualization and cloud computing technology “ -- The 451 Group, 8/2010Other Examples of Intel as a partner for change:1. Standards: DMTF (manageability standards body 1992), USB (1996), ACPI (1996), Advanced Configuration and Power Interface (ACPI 1996), AGP (Graphics Standard 1997), Infiniband (1999), SATA (2001), PCIe (2004), HDCP/HDMI (2002-2003), WiMax (2006+). 2. Ecosystem: Climate savers 2007- computing efficiency initiative w/Goog in ’07, Green Power (Jan’10), DESC – digital energy solutions campaign (Intel Founded 2008); Gridwise alliance- 2003?; US Smart Grid Panel- 2009. 3. Products: Wi-Fi acceleration (2005 w/centrino); Creation of high volume Server segment (1998 w/xeon); Creation of HPC segment (Top 500 1992); many others.Climate Savers Source: http://www.climatesaverscomputing.org/news/press-releases/july-27-2010
  • Available today at www.intel.com/cloudbuilders you will find over 25reference architectures from the who’s who of data center and cloud infrastructure. These reference architectures range from building a cloud - setting up infrastructure as a service for internal enterprise IT use or enabling a new external service - to enhancing a cloud based on a desire to make your infrastructure more secure, efficient or simplified. Some examples of reference architectures include delivering greater data center efficiencies through policy based power management, simplifying the datacenter via unified networking, or creating greater security by deploying trusted compute pools. These represent a broad range of solutions to address key IT challenges in evolving to cloud. You will likely find a reference architecture available to either deploy against or cull best known practices from to apply to your current cloud environments. And you can see that more vendors have recently been added and will have reference architectures “Coming Soon” in the coming weeks to expand the library of solutions. Background info on some of the partners:Canonical: Delivers open source Ubuntu Linux platform  including desktop, netbooks, server and cloud (enterprise and public cloud)Eucalyptus: delivers private cloud management software  (enterprise and open source). Primary goal is to help enterprises and government agencies to establish cloud computing environments (eg. NASA). Eucalyptus is the cloud management stack that resides in Ubuntu Enterprise cloud SW product. GProxy: Develops ecommerce website design and online marketing. Gproxy has partnered with NetSuite to deliver an integrated eCommerce solution that combines web site design, eCommerce technology, CRM, ERP, and financeJoyent is an experienced infrastructure-as-a-service (IaaS) and Platform-as-a-service (Paas) provider that has offered cloud computing solutions worldwide since 2004. Joyent’s Smart Technologies provide application virtualization, which enables better performance and cost effectiveness due to higher application density and hardware utilization in the Smart Technology stack.NetSuite:  Develops on demand cloud based business management software suite, like web based accounting/ERP/CRMNimbula: Software company that provides cloud operating and management products. Univa: Delivers private cloud management software to IT service providers, data centers and HPC orgs; their products: Unicloud, Reliance, Unicluster, Grid MP
  • AES-NI: The optimizations in Oracle software for the Intel Xeon processor 5600 series have resulted in extraordinary performance gains. One real-world implementation of these advantages is with data encryption. As growing quantities of business data need to be stored in an encrypted state, carrying out encryption and decryption efficiently becomes more important. Intel Xeon processor 5600 series' AES (Advanced Encryption Standard) New Instructions capability in Oracle Database 11g R2 and the open source embedded Oracle Berkeley Database. AES New Instructions consist of processor instructions that can improve both the speed and robustness of software encryption.
  • The latest Intel Xeon processors, built on microarchitecture code-named “Nehalem,” are products of the Intel “tick-tock” development model. The model is the cyclical process by which developments in microarchitecture are followed by a shrink in the manufacturing dye. The cycle enables Intel to regularly offer new architectures that allow OEMs to create new server designs that address evolving industry needs while keeping costs down.
  • The history of collaboration between Intel and Oracle stretches back many years, and co-engineering between teams from the two companies has become a standard and important part of the lifecycle of new products. In fact, that co-enablement stands out as one of the deepest and longest-standing working relationships in the industry. Teams from the two companies are already in conversations about upcoming products three or four years in advance of their introduction to the public. With a roadmap that stretches years into the future, engineering teams from both companies meet regularly to plan architectural strategy that leads to products that are complementary in nature.  The latest manifestation of this ongoing success is the culmination of several years' development: Oracle solutions running on the Intel Xeon processor 5600 and 7500 series. This combination of hardware and software is highly tuned to deliver scalable performance and world-class reliability that promises to dramatically accelerate the trend toward hosting mission-critical applications on the Intel-Oracle platform. Extensive co-engineering, testing, and validation have gone into creating excellent balance between processor, memory, and I/O resources in the solution stack. As a result, enterprise solutions based on Oracle and Intel technology offer unprecedented ability to move large volumes of data efficiently and handle multiple millions of transactions per second. Key take away highlights: The history of collaboration between Intel and Oracle stretches back many years.Co-engineering between Intel and Oracle teams has become a standard and important part of the lifecycle of new products.Engineering teams from both companies meet regularly to plan architectural strategy that leads to products that are complementary in nature.  
  • Today I want to talk about how Intel is delivering products and technologies to enable a continuum of secure, personal computing experiences across an expanding array of devices.The continuum is powered by data centers, and this is driving significant growth.Intel is driving innovation in cloud computing by delviering best in technologies for the compute, network and storage building blocks of the data center.We’ll talk about the explosion of computing, and how Intel is laying the groundwork for continued growth by leading the tranformation to open data centers and cloud computing.
  • The Oracle Database 11g R2 development team benefited dramatically from the use of the Intel® Compilers and Intel® Integrated Performance Primitives (Intel® IPP). The robust optimizations available using these tools gave Oracle developers the means to take advantage of emerging hardware features early in the product lifecycle. Intel IPP uses the latest instruction sets instead of limiting developers to general-purpose code designed for the broadest possible set of processors. The library uses a dispatcher that identifies the processor at runtime and uses the best code for the specific platform. This approach allows Oracle Database 11g R2 to take good advantage of the latest hardware features of the Intel Xeon processor 7500 series while also working flawlessly on older hardware.Optimized Encryption for Security Without Compromise: Businesses in a variety of industries face increased regulatory requirements associated with data privacy and security. Oracle Database 11g R2 helps to address those requirements with data encryption and strong authentication services offered under the optional component, Oracle Advanced Security. One way these services provide robust data protection is by using Intel IPP encryption/decryption routines. These pre-optimized functions deliver excellent results on the Intel Xeon processor 7500 series, whether they are used to encrypt only specific sensitive information such as account numbers or entire application tables.Oracle Advanced security also provides strong protection for data in transit, using Intel IPP-based strong encryption to guard communication to and from the database. The solution is built to flexibly fit into existing infrastructures, with no required changes to applications and the choice of both native and SSL network encryption. An excellent example of innovation that uses performance libraries provided by Intel, Oracle Advanced Security passes on to customers the advantages of Intel IPP routines that are highly optimized for the Intel Xeon processor 7500 series by Intel software engineers.Advanced reliability features enable servers based on the Intel Xeon Processor 7500 series to automatically monitor, report, and recover from hardware errors to maintain data integrity and keep mission-critical services online. The platform delivers extraordinary server reliability with automatic detection and correction of errors, dynamic re-assignment of workloads across CPUs or servers in virtualized environments, and an interconnection of error detection and recovery. Key enabling features for advanced reliability provided by the hardware platform include the following:Machine Check Architecture Recovery works with the OS to predict, detect, and correct otherwise-fatal processor, memory, and I/O errors.Error Containment works with Machine Check Architecture Recovery to protect application data from fatal and non-fatal errors.Corrected Error Signaling allows systems to perform failure prediction and correction that can reduce service costs.
  • Intel has a long history of collaborating with our industry partners to improve computing and change the world. Examples(more at bottom): from invention & proliferation of USB… to AGP & PCIegfx standards… to HDCP/HDMI standards… to the Climate Savers initiative which has accelerated carbon emissions reductions by 32 million metric tons annually (equiv. 9 coal fired power plants offline, & >$2B annual energy savings)… it’s clear Intel is a catalyst for positive change. Great example = acceleration of the transition to mobile computing. Early in the past decade Intel introduced Centrino Mobile Technology (CMT) for laptops which helped enable the wireless PC connectivity we now often take for granted today. Intel’s innovate products & technology, seamless compatibility, and extensive hotspot enabling & certification program allowed end users to enjoy an “it just works” experience with their laptops in ways they previously could only imagine. Prior to Intel CMT introduction, wireless LAN was a niche technology with low awareness. Within 3 yrs of Intel’s CMT launch and $300M campaign, Wi-Fi was shipping in 90% of laptops, not the better part of a decade that many expected. By working together, Intel and our partners helped make “Un Wire” a reality much sooner than it otherwise would have. Standards, openness, and interoperability enable the best end user experiences… whether that’s wi-fi, graphics, or I/O. For cloud computing to realize it’s true potential as it evolves, it’s essential there is a level of openness and solutions interoperability. To that end, Intel is collaborating directly with the world’s most influential leaders and consumers of Information Technology who want to make Cloud architectures real and viable in their data center operations and service delivery. In fact, we were asked by severalIT end users to help in the initial formation of an independent group of global IT managers, called the Open Data Center Alliance. Members of the Open Data Center Alliance are working to define what they need and what they want Open, interoperable solutions which embrace standards needed for cloud computing. Intel is proud to have the opportunity to use our years of experience and assist the Open Data Center Alliance as a technical advisor to their formation and operation. It should be noted that our advisory role takes advantage of our unique skills, but gives us no unique advantage relative to the product so we’ll have to earn that along with the rest of the industry.With this, I’d like to turn it over to a member of the Open Data Center Alliance to discuss their announcement earlier today (Oct 27th)Additional Speaker notes – fully integrated solutions can provide value, though we believe that in the long-term open, interoperable solutions are key to realizing the Cloud’s promise. “We have seen lock-in return as a top concern….routinely seeking alternatives to proprietary virtualization and cloud computing technology “ -- The 451 Group, 8/2010Other Examples of Intel as a partner for change:1. Standards: DMTF (manageability standards body 1992), USB (1996), ACPI (1996), Advanced Configuration and Power Interface (ACPI 1996), AGP (Graphics Standard 1997), Infiniband (1999), SATA (2001), PCIe (2004), HDCP/HDMI (2002-2003), WiMax (2006+). 2. Ecosystem: Climate savers 2007- computing efficiency initiative w/Goog in ’07, Green Power (Jan’10), DESC – digital energy solutions campaign (Intel Founded 2008); Gridwise alliance- 2003?; US Smart Grid Panel- 2009. 3. Products: Wi-Fi acceleration (2005 w/centrino); Creation of high volume Server segment (1998 w/xeon); Creation of HPC segment (Top 500 1992); many others.Climate Savers Source: http://www.climatesaverscomputing.org/news/press-releases/july-27-2010
  • TXT Talking points: - Desktop to the cloud is better because client can verify the virtualization environment in the cloud is based on Xeon Virtualization Technology and that the client's virtual hosted environment meets IT compliance requirements.- Client Virtual Containers can be provisioned / synchronized via cloud service provider where SP can verify client virtualization environment. This may be needed for certain SLAs.  - When any VPro feature is attested using TXT remote attestation, vPro features of the remote endpoint can be verified. Use of vPro capabilities (VT, AES-NI, AMT, etc…) by the remote endpoint reduces cloud deployment risk along multiple vectors (security, performance, reliability).  AES-NI Talking points: - Having  AES-NI on both the client and the server magnifies the efficiency of sending and receiving encrypted data. For example, a browser using AES-NI enabled SSL talking to a Web Server using AES-NI enable SSL would more efficient than a not using AES-NI on either one or both… Encrypted streaming of VM / OS / Application hosting by Xeon cloud services scales better than competition. NIST / NSA approved AES algorithm is implemented in hardware on both endpoints. SP and client can be assured that side-channel attacks on AES by the remote endpoint are highly unlikely.Adding a proof point to the AES-NI comment AES-NI Proof point-> Challenge #1: Protect private information before sending it to the Cloud.  There are already many existing laws and policies in place which disallow the sending of private data onto third-party systems. A Cloud Service Provider is another example of a third-party system, and organizations must apply the same rules in this case. It's already clear that organizations are concerned at the prospect of private data going to the Cloud. The Cloud Service Providers themselves recommend that if private data is sent onto their systems, it must be encrypted, removed, or redacted. The question then arises "How can the private data be automatically encrypted, removed, or redacted before sending it up to the Cloud Service Provider". It is known that encryption, in particular, is a CPU-intensive process which threatens to add significant latency to the process. http://www.cio.com/article/660316/SaaS_PaaS_and_IaaS_a_Security_Checklist_for_Cloud_Models?page=2&taxonomyId=3089NOTE: This is also asserting the need for remote attestation. The client needs to verify the cloud is capable of supporting encryption and protected execution "before" the data are shipped out to the cloud. Proof of cloud environment needs to be believable (high veracity) to satisfy compliance. VT + hardened VMM + AESNI are the technology building blocksTXT attestation of (VT + hardened VMM + AESNI) is the high veracity proof that the cloud provider is capable of protecting user data / business logic. In some cases geo-political boundaries cannot be crossed. Attestation of cloud provider may also require disclosure of host sites' location. We are working on solutions that will address this need. The solution may be a mix of vPro hardware and ecosystem software / services. (This is a plug for why customer should have continued interest and commitment to vPro strategy).
  • Goal: Show HW breadth of supportMission critical solutions on open, interoperable industry standard hardware give IT managers the flexibility to select the best solution for their unique needs and we are proud to announce that 60 platforms based on the Intel Xeon processor E7-8800/4800/2800 product families will be available this year and include innovative solutions which range from 2S blades and racks for memory intensive consolidation workloads up to 256S systems for the most data demanding workloads. NOTE: Press Release will include this statement: Starting today, system manufacturers from around the world are expected to announce more than 35Xeon processor E7 family-based platforms. These manufacturers include Bull*, Cisco*, Cray*, Dawning*, Dell*, Fujitsu*, Hitachi*, HP*, Huawei*, IBM*, Inspur*, Lenovo*, NEC*, Oracle*, PowerLeader*, Quanta*, SGI*, Supermicro*, and Unisys*.(Dawning,Huawei, Fujitsu, Hitachi, NEC are expected to announce in late April/early May) 
  • Next Generation Datacenter Solutions - Mirosław Osiecki, Intel

    1. 1. NEXT GENERATION DATACENTER SOLUTIONS Mirosław Osiecki Market Development Manager Listopad, 2011
    2. 2. Legal DisclaimerINFORMATION IN THIS DOCUMENT IS PROVIDED “AS IS”. NO LICENSE, EXPRESS OR IMPLIED, BYESTOPPEL OR OTHERWISE, TO ANY INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY RIGHTS IS GRANTED BY THISDOCUMENT. INTEL ASSUMES NO LIABILITY WHATSOEVER AND INTEL DISCLAIMS ANY EXPRESS ORIMPLIED WARRANTY, RELATING TO THIS INFORMATION INCLUDING LIABILITY OR WARRANTIES RELATINGTO FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE, MERCHANTABILITY, OR INFRINGEMENT OF ANY PATENT,COPYRIGHT OR OTHER INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY RIGHT.Performance tests and ratings are measured using specific computer systems and/or components and reflect theapproximate performance of Intel products as measured by those tests. Any difference in system hardware orsoftware design or configuration may affect actual performance. Buyers should consult other sources of information toevaluate the performance of systems or components they are considering purchasing. For more information onperformance tests and on the performance of Intel products, reference www.intel.com/software/products.Intel®’s Roadmap Update presentations may contain forward-looking statements and projections. All statements andprojections made that are not historical facts are subject to a number of risks and uncertainties, and actual results maydiffer substantially. Please refer to our recent Earnings Release and Form 10-Q for more information on the RiskFactors that could cause actual results to differ.Intel Inside, Intel Inside logo, Intel logo, Xeon, and Xeon Inside are trademarks of Intel Corporation in the U.S. andother countries.Other names and brands may be claimed as the property of others.Copyright © 2011 Intel Corporation.
    3. 3. Optimization NoticeIntel® compilers, associated libraries and associated development tools may include or utilize options that optimizefor instruction sets that are available in both Intel® and non-Intel microprocessors (for example SIMD instructionsets), but do not optimize equally for non-Intel microprocessors. In addition, certain compiler options for Intelcompilers, including some that are not specific to Intel micro-architecture, are reserved for Intel microprocessors.For a detailed description of Intel compiler options, including the instruction sets and specific microprocessors theyimplicate, please refer to the “Intel® Compiler User and Reference Guides” under “Compiler Options." Many libraryroutines that are part of Intel® compiler products are more highly optimized for Intel microprocessors than for othermicroprocessors. While the compilers and libraries in Intel® compiler products offer optimizations for both Intel andIntel-compatible microprocessors, depending on the options you select, your code and other factors, you likely willget extra performance on Intel microprocessors.Intel® compilers, associated libraries and associated development tools may or may not optimize to the same degreefor non-Intel microprocessors for optimizations that are not unique to Intel microprocessors. These optimizationsinclude Intel® Streaming SIMD Extensions 2 (Intel® SSE2), Intel® Streaming SIMD Extensions 3 (Intel® SSE3), andSupplemental Streaming SIMD Extensions 3 (Intel® SSSE3) instruction sets and other optimizations. Intel does notguarantee the availability, functionality, or effectiveness of any optimization on microprocessors not manufactured byIntel. Microprocessor-dependent optimizations in this product are intended for use with Intel microprocessors.While Intel believes our compilers and libraries are excellent choices to assist in obtaining the best performance onIntel® and non-Intel microprocessors, Intel recommends that you evaluate other compilers and libraries to determinewhich best meet your requirements. We hope to win your business by striving to offer the best performance of anycompiler or library; please let us know if you find we do not.
    4. 4. 3 Industry Leaders + 2 Decades of Collaboration = 1 Quantum Leap in Enterprise Computing
    5. 5. 2015More users, more devices, more traffic … >100012001000 800 EXABYTES OF TRAFFIC 15B CONNECTED DEVICES 600 >1B 400 200 0 NEW 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015 NETIZENS 1. IDC “Server Workloads Forecast” 2009. 2.IDC “The Internet Reaches Late Adolescence” Dec 2009, extrapolation by Intel for 2015 2.ECG “Worldwide Device Estimates Year 2020 - Intel One Smart Network Work” forecast 3. Source: http://www.cisco.com/assets/cdc_content_elements/networking_solutions/service_provider/visual_networking_ip_traffic_chart.html extrapolated to 2015
    6. 6. But Not Enough… Security Efficiency Today’s Technology Would Require Building 45 New Coal Power Plants 70% of Respondents Saying Security is to Support 2015 IT Infrastructure2 Top Concern In Moving to Public Cloud1 Manageability Lock-In IT will spend ~$2T on August 2010 deployment & operations “We have seen lock-in return as a top thru 2015 unless smarter concern….routinely seeking alternatives infrastructure radically simplifies management to proprietary virtualization and cloud of virtualized environments. computing technology “ Infrastructure Must Evolve to Address IT Challenges 1. IDC Market Analysis, January 2010. 2. Source information in backup* Other names and brands may be claimed as the property of others.
    7. 7. Addressing: Efficiency Energy Efficiency Improvements: In The Last 5 Years Alone: 20x Performance/Watt 1/2 Platform Idle Power 15:1 Consolidation We Have Made Tremendous Progress… Performance tests and ratings are measured using specific computer systems and/or components and reflect the approximate performance of Intel products as measured by those tests. Any difference in system hardware or software design or configuration may affect actual performance. Buyers should consult other sources of information to evaluate the performance of systems or components they are considering purchasing. For more information on performance tests and on the performance of Intel products, visit Intel Performance Benchmark Lmitations
    8. 8. Addressing: Efficiency Java™ on Intel Performance ImprovementsSPECjAppServer2004 (JOPS) SPECjbb2005 score (BOPS) SPECjAppServer2004 Performance Through SPECjbb2005 Performance Through Intel® Xeon® Processor Generations Intel® Xeon® Processor Generations X7350 E7450 X7560 X5160 X5355 X5460 X5570 X5680 >3x Improvement Over 2.5 Years and 3 generations of 4S Intel® Xeon® Servers! >9x Improvement Over 5 Generations of 2S Intel® Xeon® Servers >10x in Power efficiency
    9. 9. Addressing: Manageability Intel’s Cloud 2015 Vision FEDERATED AUTOMATED Share data securely IT can focus more on across public and innovation and less on private clouds management CLIENT AWARE Optimizing services based on device capability Desktops Laptops Netbooks Tablets Smartphones Smart TVs Embedded
    10. 10. Addressing: Manageability From Vison to Action Products & IT & Service Providers Intel® Cloud Builders Technologies Define and Prioritize IT Take Advantage of New Utilize Proven Reference Requirements Capabilities In Intel Solutions to Ease your Platforms Deployments Helping IT on path to Cloud 2015
    11. 11. Addressing: Security Oracle Database Encryption with Intel AES-NI Oracle Announces Significant Acceleration of Oracle® Database 11g Release 2 Transparent Data Encryption on Intel® Xeon® 5600 Series Processors Oracle Advanced Security’s Transparent Data Encryption for Oracle Database 11g Now Supports Intel Advanced Encryption Standard New Instructions (Intel AES-NI) ORACLE OPENWORLD, SAN FRANCISCO – September 21, 2010
    12. 12. Adressing: Lock-In Exadata: based on Standard Technology! Exadata Database Node Exalogic Compute Nodes Westmere EP 2-socket 1RU, 144 GB Westmere EP Sun Fire X4170 M2 2-socket 1RU, 96GB Sun Fire X2270 M2 EXALOGIC Nehalem EXEXADATA 8-socket 5RU, 1 TB Exalogic Storage Node Sun Fire X4800 Westmere EP 2-socket 192 TB Exadata Storage Servers Westmere EP 2-socket 2RU, 144 GB Sun ZFS Storage 7320 Appliance Sun Fire X4270 M2
    13. 13. Intel Execution to Moore’s Law on Track65nm 45nm 32nm 22nm 15nm 11nm 8nm2005 2007 2009 2011 2013 2015 2017 2020+ MANUFACTURING DEVELOPMENT RESEARCH
    14. 14. Intel® Xeon® Roadmap Boxboro-EX PlatformExpandabl Intel® Xeon® processor 7500/6500 series Intel® Xeon® processor E7-8800/4800/2800 product families e Xeon (f.k.a. Nehalem-EX) (f.k.a. Westmere-EX) Romley-EP 4S Intel® 7500 chipset Sandy Bridge EP 4S Patsburg chipset Future Intel® Tylersburg-EP Platform Romley-EP Platform micro- architecture Efficient Intel® Xeon® processor 5600 series (f.k.a. Westmere-EP) codename Intel® Xeon® processor 5500 series (f.k.a. Nehalem-EP) Sandy Bridge EP Ivy BridgePerformanc Intel® 5520 chipset Patsburg chipset e Bromolow Platform Entry Intel® Xeon® processor E3-1200 product family Intel® C200 series chipset
    15. 15. Why Intel and SAP? Technology • Joint development since 1997 • Common strategic vision (On Premise, On Demand, On Device) Partnership • SAP Pinnacle Award* winner 2002 – 2007, 2009, 2011 Sales and • Customer choice of H/W and O/S • Standards and large ecosystem drive lower TCO Marketing • Majority of all new SAP* deployments on Intel platforms • Leading SAP performance, price performance and performance per watt in x86 servers Engineering • Co-innovation since 2005 with TREX, BIA, BWA • Strategic cooperations: SAP IMDB/HANA and SAP ByD Corporate • Corporate research and technology initiatives • Co-innovation Lab (COIL)/Intel Labs Research • Belfast Ireland Collaboratory opened October 2009 Customer • Intel is SAP customer since 1994Copyright © 2007, Intel Corporation. All rights reserved. Intel, the Intel logo, Core, Xeon, Centrino and Itanium are trademarks or registered trademarks of Intel Corporation or its subsidiaries in the United States and other countries.* Other names and brands may be claimed as the property of others.
    16. 16. Why Oracle and Intel? PERFORMANCECo-optimization to drive performance leaps from generation to generation SCALABILITY 8-socket and above systems design SECURITY Enabling technologies such as AES-NI to deliver enhanced security VIRTUALIZATION Intel Virtualization technologies integration with Operating System components
    17. 17. The combination for your datacenter! Dziękuję bardzo... miroslaw.osiecki@intel.com
    18. 18. Delivering the COMPUTE CONTINUUMDesktops Laptops Netbooks Tablets Smartphones Smart TVs Embedded
    19. 19. Oracle Software Optimized for Xeon• Developed using Intel® Compilers and Libraries – Speeds up compression and decompression of data – Increases overall throughput and performance• Optimized Encryption for Enhanced Security – Strong protection of data in transit with Oracle Advanced Security using Intel® IPP – Use of AES-NI to deliver more efficient encryption and decryption• Advanced Reliability Features (RAS) – Machine Check Architecture Recovery – Error Containment – Corrected Error Signaling
    20. 20. The COMPUTING EXPLOSIONand the Need for Open Data centers
    21. 21. CLOUD $25B COMPUTING Savings in IT SpendingTransforming the Economics In 2015 of Computing and Services Gigawatts Savings 45 In 2015 $100B In Industry Services Through 2015 Sources: Save 45GW: http://www.epa.gov/RDEE/energy-resources/refs.html#coalplant and internal analysis; Save $25B of IT spend: Bain ; Acelerate $100B of industry services through 2015: IDC and internal analysis
    22. 22. Intel CloudGROWTH 130% INCREASE IN VOLUME 2008 2010 Source: Intel Shipments
    23. 23. 1990 TODAYACPI Open & Interoperable Solutions Essential * Other names and brands may be claimed as the property of others.
    24. 24. Complete Data Center PRODUCT REFRESH Spanning a Diverse Set of WorkloadsXeon E3 Xeon 5600 Xeon E7 Xeon E5 Knights Ferry(Bromolow) (Westmere EP refresh) (Westmere-EX) (Sandy Bridge-EP) (MIC platform)
    25. 25. RISC MIGRATION Transition to Standards-Based Computing Itanium Itanium $102M $4B RISC/ 2010 * Mainframes2002 Intel x86 $19.2B RISC/ $15B Mainframes Intel x86 $30B $30.5B AMD $2.8B AMD $330M Source: IDC World Wide Server Tracker Q4’10
    26. 26. The Intel® Xeon® Processor E7 Family Accelerating Mission Critical TransformationUp to 10 Cores and 20 Threads 30MB of Last Up to 4 Terabytes of Level Cache DDR3 Memory1 and Low Voltage DIMM Support
    27. 27. The Intel® Xeon® Processor E7 Family Accelerating Mission Critical TransformationBroadest Mission 16 New World Records Critical Vendor and Up to 40% Base Increase vs. Xeon® 1 7500 Advanced World- Data Protection Class and Reliability Economics 1 SPECint*_rate_base2006 benchmark comparing next generation Intel® Xeon® processor E7-4870 (30M cache, 2.40GHz, 6.40GT/s Intel® QPI) scoring 1,010 (includes Intel Compiler XE2011 improvements accounting for about 11% of the performance boost) to X7560 (24M cache, 2.26GHz, 6.40GT/s Intel QPI) scoring 723 (Intel Compiler 11.1). Source: Intel SSG TR#1131. Software and workloads used in performance tests may have been optimized for performance only on Intel microprocessors. Performance tests, such as SYSmark and MobileMark, are measured using specific computer systems, components, software, operations and functions. Any change to any of those factors may cause the results to vary. You should consult other information and performance tests to assist you in fully evaluating your contemplated purchases, including the performance of that product when combined with other products.
    28. 28. Broadest Hardware Support 60 Designs on Xeon® E7 with 2S, 4S, 8S; Up to 256S SystemsOther brands and names are the property of their respective owners.

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