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Presentation at Impact 2012 Mumbai:

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This IBM PureSystems presentation was presented by Amol B Mahamuni, Program Director ISL, IBM PureApplication System Product Management

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  • Main Point: The reality today is that IT is significantly constrained by the traditional computing model where the time, effort and money across the IT lifecycle is too high to meet business needs. Speaker Notes: But think about the barriers in our way today. Business wants to grow and to do that they have goals they need to achieve – within the context of the new landscape we’ve talked about. Yet IT is constrained traditional computing models. How can we continue to spend the time, effort and dollars on the things on the right when we have to meet today’s need? Getting Up & Running Specify/Design: Takes 30 days for an IT infrastructure system Procure: Software & hardware ordered separately taking 5-20 days Integrate: Components arrive as “ bag of parts ” – requiring optimization Deploy: Can take weeks to months Development Operations Provision: Takes 30-60 days for a development or test environment Configure: Modified and non-standard Dev/Test/Production configurations cause errors and delay production deployments by weeks Ongoing Effort Customize/Tune: Meeting SLAs requires customization and ongoing tuning Scale: Lack of dynamic elasticity results in cumbersome re-allocation of resources Manage: Managing and monitoring with multiple tools is time consuming Maintain: Separate fixes require separate testing Upgrade: Months to plan, procure and test; days of downtime
  • Main Point: The three approaches have emerged, client-tuned systems, appliances and cloud, all have benefits, but also have challenges – the question is how do you get the best of all three? Speaker Notes: Multiple approaches have emerged as we begin this shift. We are tuning our own systems – using the flexibility of general purpose systems to optimize them for their business environment. However, as we just saw - the time and effort to do this can be significant. Other approaches have emerged as well. We are taking advantage of the simplicity of appliances and the elasticity of cloud where those approaches make sense. The question is – how can organizations get the best of all three of these options in one system?
  • Main Point: Expert integrated systems are different because of the three unique attributes they have: built-in expertise, integration by design and simplified experience. Speaker Notes: Expert integrated systems are more than a static stack of self-tuned components—a server here, some database software there, serving a fixed application at the top. Instead, these systems have three truly unique attributes. The first is built-in expertise. Think of expert integrated systems as representing the collective knowledge of thousands of deployments, established best practices, innovative thinking, IT industry leadership, and the distilled expertise of business partners and solution providers. Captured into the system in a deployable form from the base system infrastructure through the application. The second is that expert integrated systems are integrated by design. All the hardware and software components are deeply integrated and tuned in the lab and packaged in the factory into a single ready-to-go system. All of the integration is done for you, by experts. The third is that the entire experience is much simpler – from the moment you start designing what you need to the time you purchase – to setting up the system – to operating, maintaining and upgrading it over time. This is done in an open manner enabling participation by a broad ecosystem of partners to bring their industry optimized solutions to bear.
  • Main Point: PureApplication System inherits the capabilities of PureFlex and adds, integrates and optimizes a complete application platform with them. Speaker Notes: You just heard Rod speak about the new IBM PureFlex capabilities. One of the important points I want to make about PureApplication system is that it inherits those capabilities and builds on them. We ’ ve added and integrated a complete application platform with the system infrastructure capabilities you get with PureFlex and then tuned and optimized the entire stack. Design matters here. Every piece of this was carefully selected to work optimally together and then the lab brought in all of our expertise for optimizing datacenters and application workload environments and tuned the system. You can see some of the key capabilities on the chart. Speaking of capabilities, let me bring you back for a second to cloud….
  • Main Point: This integrated system provides key value in a simple, efficient, flexible, and virtualized infrastructure for applications. Project PureApplication System is complete and ready to go. It is pre-optimized for highest workload performance, virtualized across the stack for efficiency, and built on a resilient, secure, scalable infrastructure. It is delivered simply, arriving pre-integrated with a single point of management and is easy to integrate within your existing IT environment. Finally, PureApplication System is ready for cloud and includes integrated middleware with elastic runtimes and data, and application-aware workload management.
  • Main Point: IBM has taken the collective knowledge of integrating and tuning servers, storage, networking, virtualization, management and middleware and used it to design the system from the ground up in optimized fashion. Speaker Notes: Project Puresystems are integrated by design. IBM has taken the collective knowledge of integrating and tuning servers, storage, networking, virtualization and management and used it to design the system from the ground up in optimized fashion. In the Project Pureapplication system, the middleware, development and deployment capabilities are also integrated and optimized.
  • Exadata Installation Experience Details: Team of 7 Oracle experts to install and configure on-site Four days to install (twice as long as quoted) Numerous OS, and DB configuration errors existed after system was configured and left to client to correct Technical Issues Out of the Box Faulty components when delivered Temperature thresholds exceeded causing hardware error messages Throttled CPU ’ s on data base nodes Shutdown of SSD on Storage nodes Disorganized and hard to find documentation 2-3 Weeks to find Best Practices Documents
  • Main Point: From design to purchase to install to operations to maintenance and upgrades, Project Pureuniquely simplifies the experience for the client. Speaker Notes: IBM Project Pureprovides a simplified experience across the entire lifecycle of the system. Design is taken care of. With a single entity to order and receive and a system ready to plug in out of the box, the experience from purchase to installation to operation couldn’t be easier. Management is integrated across the entire solution stack of hardware and software. With a single management console, a single point of contact for support and a single set of integrated patches - administration and maintenance is streamlined. The system structure itself allows upgrades to happen with zero downtime providing uninterrupted service. And the open standards foundation enables a broad ecosystem of solutions to simply optimized to the system.
  • Main Point: IBM ’ s secret sauce for the built-in expertise of PureSystems is the patterns of expertise learned from decades of client and partner engagements that are captured, tested and refined in the development lab and fully built-in to the system. Speaker Notes: IBM uniquely builds in expertise with patterns of expertise. What are patterns of expertise? They are proven best practices and expertise for complex tasks learned from decades of client and partner engagements that are captured, lab tested and optimized and then built into the system. This isn ’ t just a blueprint or set of instructions to help you – the expertise is built and executable already. Why is that important? Agility: Faster time-to-value – taking out the manual steps and automating delivery. Efficiency: Reduced costs and resources – growing the list of things you do NOT have to do anymore Simplicity: Simpler skills requirements – reducing the amount of in house expertise you need Control: Lower risk and errors – implemented in a repeatable, optimized fashion that significantly lowers the risk of human error.
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  • Main Point: IBM’s secret sauce for the built-in expertise of Project Pureare the patterns of expertise learned from decades of client and partner engagements that are captured, tested and refined in the development lab and fully built-in to the system. Speaker Notes: IBM uniquely builds in expertise with patterns of expertise. What are patterns of expertise? They are proven best practices and expertise for complex tasks learned from decades of client and partner engagements that are captured, lab tested and optimized and then built into the system. This isn’t just a blueprint or set of instructions to help you – the expertise is built and executable already. Why is that important? Agility: Faster time-to-value – taking out the manual steps and automating delivery. Efficiency: Reduced costs and resources – growing the list of things you do NOT have to do anymore Simplicity: Simpler skills requirements – reducing the amount of in house expertise you need Control: Lower risk and errors – implemented in a repeatable, optimized fashion that significantly lowers the risk of human error.
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  • If IBM does not provide a Hypervisor Edition image that contains your required combination of operating system and middleware components, one option you have is to build your own custom image using the IBM Image Construction and Composition Tool. This tool is currently available on alphaWorks, and you can use it to build Linux images that are deployable to VMware ESX hypervisors from Workload Deployer and other deployment tools. The Image Construction and Composition Tool exposes a modular approach to image building, allowing you to capture existing domain expertise for operating system and middleware installation, and then dynamically combine pre-defined components to build new image packages. These images contain all of the activation logic required to be deployed as virtual systems using the IBM Workload Deployer.
  • Main Point: IBM has the broadest open ecosystem of partners ready and able to provide industry expertise and solutions to clients and they now can take advantage of PureSystems Centre to deliver value even faster. Speaker Notes: IBM has the broadest open ecosystem of partners ready and able to provide industry expertise and solutions to clients. We have developed a PureSystems catalog and solution showcase that simplifies deployment of partner applications Clients will be able to access l inks to direct downloads and find such items as: ISVs application patterns Acquire licenses and download of code or fixes Partner “ PureSystems Ready” offerings A single entry is searchable under multiple IBM offerings  PureApplication System, SmartCloud Application Services… A repository of unified content with simple to find new content by category (industry, solution, geo etc)
  • Main Point: PureApplication System inherits the capabilities of PureFlex and adds, integrates and optimizes a complete application platform with them. Speaker Notes: You just heard Rod speak about the new IBM PureFlex capabilities. One of the important points I want to make about PureApplication system is that it inherits those capabilities and builds on them. We ’ ve added and integrated a complete application platform with the system infrastructure capabilities you get with PureFlex and then tuned and optimized the entire stack. Design matters here. Every piece of this was carefully selected to work optimally together and then the lab brought in all of our expertise for optimizing datacenters and application workload environments and tuned the system. You can see some of the key capabilities on the chart. Speaking of capabilities, let me bring you back for a second to cloud….
  • Main Point: xxx Speaker Notes: xxx. Attribution for RHS: This is an IBM internal study of IBM Troy AS solution designed to replicate actual IBM customer usage in the marketplace (correspond to a specific use case of 48 workloads running on the equivalent of a small TroyAS - 6 compute nodes - and an equivalent DIY rack of 6 nodes). It is not a benchmark application, nor is it based on a benchmark standard. As such, customer applications, differences in stack deployed and other systems variations may produce different results and may vary based on actual configuration, applications, specific queries and other variables in a production environment based on published standard labor rates for IT staff.
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  • 09/30/11 06/05/12 *IBM Confidential* IPASv1_DeploymentModels.ppt Page of 33 The following points of customization are exposed: in the Virtual System Pattern UI Middleware version number Initial number of nodes Arbitrary script package execution

IBM PureSystems IBM PureSystems Presentation Transcript

  • IBM PureSystemAm ol B M ah am u niP rogram D ire ctor IS LIBM P u re Ap p lication S ys te m P rod u ct M anage m e nt
  • You experience the barriers of tim e, cost and risk tod ayAligning IT and business goalsBusiness Goals IT RealityGrow top andbottom line by: Getting Up and Running • 2-3 months to specify and• Driving business procure innovation • 2-3 months to integrate,• Make new markets configure and deploy• Respond to competitive threats Development Operations • 3-6 months to go from• Enhance the customer development to production experience Ongoing EffortTypical Results: • 1-3 months to troubleshoot and tune• 34% of new IT projects (US) deploy late • Ongoing effort and downtime to• 55% experience application downtime for maintain, scale and upgrade major infrastructure upgrades once deployed From a commissioned study conducted by Forrester Consulting on behalf of IBM
  • C lients have tried various approaches to closethe gap Client-tuned Systems Appliances CloudBenefits Flexibility Simplicity Agility Control Rapid Deployment ElasticityChallenges Time and Shared Expense Single Purpose Dependence Required What if you could have the best of all three?
  • The tim e has com e for a new breed of system sSystems with integrated expertise and built for cloud Built-in Expertise Integration by Capturing and Design automating what Deeply integrating and experts do – from tuning hardware and the infrastructure software – in a ready-to- patterns to the go workload optimized application patterns system Simplified Experience Making every part of the IT lifecycle easier - with integrated management of the entire system and a broad open ecosystem of optimized solutions
  • Announcing the First Two M em bers of the IBMPureSystems Family Infrastructure System: Platform System: Expert at sensing and Expert at optimally anticipating resource deploying and running needs to optimize your applications for rapid infrastructure time-to-value
  • Announcing the First Two M em bers of the IBMPureSystems Family Infrastructure System: Expert at sensing and anticipating resource needs to optimize your infrastructure
  • Sim plified experienceReduce time, effort and risk throughout the solution lifecycle Expert Integrated Systems Flex System Building Blocks IBM PureFlex System System SoftwareChassis Pre-configured, pre-integrated14 half-wide bays infrastructure systems with compute, Unified Managementfor nodes storage, networking, physical and (Server, Storage, Network)Compute virtual management, and entry cloudNodes management with Networking OptionsPower 2S/4S* integrated expertise. (BNT, Broadcom, Juniper)x86 2S/4SStorage Node HyperV PowVM KVM VMwareV7000 Virtual-Expansion inside izationor outside chassisManagement AIX Linux Windows Sys iAppliance OSOptional OptionsNetworking10/40GbE, FCoE, IB8/16Gb FC Storage: Storwize V7000 + VirtualizationExpansionPCIeStorage Compute Nodes (x, p) * POWER7 nodes available as part of PureFlex System configurations.
  • IBM PureFlex System Found ationsConfigurations that ease acquisition experience and match Clientneeds Express Standard Enterprise Infrastructure Infrastructure for application Infrastructure for scalable for Small and midsize servers with supporting cloud deployments. businesses. Most affordable storage and networking Redundancy for resilient entry point operation  10Gb Network Switch  1 x 10Gb Network Switch  2 x 10Gb Network Switch  8Gb Fibre Chan. Sw.  2 x 8Gb Fibre Chan Sw.  2 x 8Gb Fibre Chan Sw.  1 Power / 4 Fans  4 Power / 6 Fans  6 Power / 8 Fans  Flex Sys Mgr Advanced  Flex Sys Mgr Advanced  Flex System Manager  V7000 Storage Controller  V7000 Storage Controller  V7000 Storage Controller  2x SSDs  2x SSDs  Compute Node (x or  Compute Node (x or power)  Compute Node (x or power) power)• Designed for choice of architectures: IBM POWER7 and/or Intel x86 processors within the same systems• Designed for choice of OS: AIX, IBM i, Microsoft Windows®, and Linux from Red Hat, SUSE• Designed for choice of hypervisors: PowerVM, KVM, VMware, or Microsoft HyperV• Designed for simplicity: Integrated, single system management across physical and virtual resources
  • Announcing the First Two M em bers of the IBMPureSystems Family Platform System: Expert at optimally deploying and running applications for rapid time-to-value
  • D esign M atters: Inheriting Infrastructure FL E X-ability Application patterns Patterns of Expertise •A deployable form of proven best practices from years offrom IBM and partners experience and expertise to simplify complex tasks Application Platform Integrates an  Application Optimization  Security  System wide Management  Monitoring application platform  Automation & Scaling  App Lifecycle Management optimized for  Caching & Elasticity  License Managemententerprise applications  Application Centric Provisioning  Self-service  Usage Metering  Data management System Infrastructure Inherits the  Integrated Server, Storage,  Provisioning capabilities of Network  Security  Power Management  Monitoring PureFlex System  Storage & VM Optimization  IT Lifecycle Management  Virtualization  System design  Integrated System Management
  • IBM PureApplication SystemBuilt-in Expertise Integration by Design Simplified ExperienceCapture and automate what Deeply integrate and tune hardwareexperts do – infrastructure and and software – a secure, built for cloud, Make every part of the IT lifecycleapplication expertise enhance ready-to-go workload optimized platform easier - integrated management andapplication time to value system an open solution ecosystem broadens choice • ‘Patterns of Expertise’ pre- • ‘Scale in’ integrated provisioning, • ‘Single pane of glass’ view from integrated, out-of-the box IBM and elasticity and virtualization reduces the infrastructure up through the Partner patterns for deploying cost and required management application platform – designed to application workloads based on time by up to 55% be up & running in 4 hours*, not 4 proven best practices and expertise months • Zero system downtime for capacity • Open and extensible with tools to upgrades, system maintenance, • Online catalog with 80+ certified, capture your own patterns of software updates can result in 98% optimized pattern solutions from expertise, designed to deploy new fewer unplanned outages* a broad, open ecosystem applications 20-30X faster* than traditional approaches • Integrated analytics to optimize • Built-in workload management, database query performance and integrated system monitoring and • Application patterns can adaptive database compression maintenance can drive up to 55% encapsulate failover, load balancing, that can provide 7x or greater reduction in operation costs* and security features, reducing overall space savings* security management by 51% and change management by 53%** Based on internal test and client experiences of existing IBM capabilities leveraged in PureApplication Systems. Results may not be typical and will vary based on actual configuration, applications, and other variables in a production environment.
  • IBM PureApplication SystemA Simple, E fficient, F lexible, Virtualized Application PlatformComplete, Ready-to-Go Systems Manual, brittle Best practice, pattern-based• Pre-integrated, up and running in <4 hours• Pre-optimized for enterprise application workloads DeploySimplify Ongoing Tasks OS, runtime, resources Policy based elasticity, single view• Single point of platform and application management• Repeatable self service application Manage provisioning Manual optimizations on-site Pre-optimized by expertsBuilt for Cloud• “Platform as a Service” Optimize• Elastic application runtimes
  • IBM PureApplication System integration by d esign Deployment Applications Middleware Optimizes the complete Development solution stack: • All hardware and software components factory integrated and optimized • Virtualized across the stack for efficiency • Unified management, monitoring &Management maintenance • Integrated and elastic application and data runtimes • Application patterns allocate system and Virtualization application resources for optimal performance, security and reliability Storage Servers Networking
  • Faster Set U p and D eploym ent IBM PEP Team + Customer IBM Includes (at no additional cost):  Hardware set-up and configurationPureApplication <4 hours  Software set-up and configuration System  First workload deployment Competitor HW Competitor SW Customer Engineer Engineer Pre- Hardware Software First Set-Up and Set-Up and Workloadintegrated Configuration Configuration Deployment 5 days* System (2 days*) (2 days*) (1 day*) *Actual times reported by customer working with competitor setup team
  • IBM PureApplication System sim plified experience New client experience: • Single product streamlines ordering, tracking, receiving, installing and running • Factory installed, fully packaged solutions drive simple setup (pull it out of the box, plug it in and boot it up) • Management integration across system • Single point of contact for support • Upgrade with zero downtime based on integrated patches and system design • PureSystems Centre – an online catalog of applications and patterns. • A broad open ecosystem of optimized solutions
  • Integrated m anagem ent tools IBM PureApplication System Pre-Integrated Competitor Software Management Add-On Packs Hardware Management Add-On Packs No set-up time >24 hour* set-up time• Pre-installed, pre-integrated • M anage m e nt s tack management stack• Single pane-of-glass management re qu ire s s e p arate p u rch as e , ins tall and *Actual times reported by customer working with competitor setup team configu ration • D iffe re nt u s e r inte rface s
  • IBM PureApplication System built in expertisePatterns of Expertise: Proven best practices and expertise for complex tasks learned fromdecades of client and partner engagements that are captured, lab tested and optimized andthen built into the system 100+ ISV business applications Available through Application Patterns Business intelligence PureSystems Available patterns from Business process management Centre IBM and Partners Web experience (Portal) Platform Patterns Web application deployment Expertise across the Database deployment middleware and infrastructure Cloud platform management Built-in with flexibility Infrastructure expertise Scalability Provisioning across the compute Upgradability Storage optimization resources Through unmatched expertise in: System design * Infrastructure management * Application deployment * Data management * Datacenter management * Application management * High availability and scalability * Security * Storage optimization * Networking * Cloud17 © 2012 IBM Corporation
  • What the business What’s required…wants… Monitoring Lifecycle Management
  • Virtual Application Pattern • A Virtu al Ap p lication re p re s e nts a colle ction of ap p lication com p one nts , b e h avioral p olicie s and th e ir re lations h ip s – D e finition is agnos tic to m id d le ware p rod u ct or top ology – M ake s cu s tom e rs focu s on wh at’s im p ortant to th e m – ap p lications , S LAs – S ys te m M anage s e nd -e nd life cycle : d e p loy, u p d ate , m onitor, s cale , u nd e p loy What deployer defines What system deploys Load balancer Initial instance = 3 WAS cluster configured with session replication © 2011 IBM Corporation
  • What will be need ed tom orrow… Monitoring Lifecycle Management
  • Patterns of Expertise: Proven best practices and expertise for complex tasks learnedfrom decades of client and partner engagements that are captured, lab tested andoptimized into a deployable formWhat is a Pattern?• The pre-defined architecture of an application• For each component of the application (i.e. database, web server, etc) • Pre-installation on an operating system • Pre-integration across components Monitoring • Pre-configured & tuned Lifecycle • Pre-configured Monitoring Management • Pre-configured Security • Lifecycle Management• In a deployable form, resulting in repeatable deployment with full lifecycle management• Delivering superior results: • Agility: Faster time-to-value • Efficiency: Reduced costs and resources • Simplicity: Simpler skills requirements • Control: Lower risk and errors
  • M ultiple pattern types to enable open ecosystem Virtual Appliance HTTP VirtualAppliance Virtual Appliance Server Operating system Software Metadata application Software Operating application system Virtual Appliance Application Virtual Appliance Application Server Server Operating Operating system system Metadata Metadata Metadata Virtual Application Virtual System Patterns Virtual Appliances Patterns • Highly automated deployments• Standard software installation • Automated deployment of using expert patterns and configuration on OS middleware topologies • Business policy driven elasticity• Images created through extend/ • Traditional administration and • Built for the cloud environment capture management model • Leverages elastic workload• Traditional administration and • Application and infrastruture management services management model driven elasticity• Infrastructure driven elasticity Virtual Application Patterns Virtual Appliances Virtual System Patterns Standard TCO Improved TCO Best TCO existing applications virtualized applications cloud applications
  • Built-in Web Application Pattern delivers proven expertiseAuto Scaling Managed environments scale up and down based upon business SLAs you specifyFailover Failed virtual machines are replaced with new VMs which are configured with the old VM’s identityLoad Balancing Web requests are automatically load balanced across multiple virtual application serversSecurity ACL’s for application sharing and management access, LDAP integration for application securityMonitoring All components of virtual application environments are monitored by PureApplication SystemLifecycle Management Built-in components are pre-configured, tuned, and tested to enable efficient, minimal click deployment and single point of maintenance
  • Initiates a fully scalable Web Application Monitoring Lifecycle ManagementDeploy Software application Monitoring Lifecycle Management
  • C ontinuous application level optim ization andm anagem ent Monitoring Lifecycle Application Optimization Management • Policy-based placement • Application level prioritization • Dynamic scaling of applications and VM resources Deploy Software application • High Availability of applications HTTP Virtual Server Appliance Operating system and individual VMs Deploy Metadata Application Virtual Server Appliance Operating system Application Virtual Server Appliance Operating system • Mobility of VMs for performance, management and maintenance Metadata Metadata Deploy Software application • Performance optimization • Application level isolation • System, Application and VM level monitoring • Multiple applications and middleware
  • Extend the value of PureApplication System Build custom patterns with Pattern Development Kit  Virtual Appliances  Virtual System Patterns  Virtual Application Patterns Image Construction Tool Plug-in Development Kit
  • Extensibility from the broad est ecosystem ism ad e easy New IBM PureSystems Centre:  Gain access to a broad community of IBM and certified partner expertise  Download optimized, deployable application patterns from 100+ leading ISV partners  Search by solution area, industry or system  Download fixes and patches  Access to developer community Also run your existing applications today*
  • D esign M atters: O pen Ecosystem on Integrated Platform Patterns of Expertise • 100+ ISV business applications Application patterns • Business intelligencefrom IBM and partners • Business process management • Web experience (Portal) Application Platform Integrates an  Application Optimization  Security  System wide Management  Monitoring application platform  Automation & Scaling  App Lifecycle Management optimized for  Caching & Elasticity  License Managemententerprise applications  Application Centric Provisioning  Self-service  Usage Metering  Data management System Infrastructure Inherits the  Integrated Server, Storage,  Provisioning capabilities of Network  Security  Power Management  Monitoring PureFlex System  Storage & VM Optimization  IT Lifecycle Management  Virtualization  System design  Integrated System Management
  • IBM PureApplication System d elivers value throughout theIT lifecycleD riving efficiencies across these areas: 47% fewer deployment labor hours 73% fewer management labor hours 3370 Hours Yearly labor hours to manage a private cloud Virtually eliminating these steps: environment  Specify/design required servers  Integration/configuration/testing of infrastructure software and middleware Management Types  Application deployment Change  Clustering and backup Security implementation 873 Asset  Trouble shooting/tuning production Hours environment Incident/Capacity  Implementing hardware management Deployment environment DIY PureApplication System PureApplication System Life Cycle Labor Savings Case Study31
  • IBM Pure Application System configurations Configuration Configuration Configuration Configuration 1 2 3 4 96 Cores 192 Cores 384 Cores 608 Cores 1.5 TB Ram 3.1 TB Ram 6.1 TB Ram 9.7 TB Ram + + + + 6.4 TB SSD storage 48.0 TB HDD storage Application Services entitlement Upgrade to larger systems without taking an outage!
  • Full Rack H igh Perform ance M od el Top of Rack Switches Storage Controller BLADE Network Technologies Top of IBM Storwize V7000 Disk System Rack Switches 4 x 400 GB SAS SSD per enclosure Customer Data Center & Rack-to-rack20 x 600 GB SAS HDD per enclosure communications V7000 Disk Expansion Per enclosure: 4 x 400 GB SAS SSD New Chassis 20 x 600 GB SAS HDD Common Management Module 2x 10Gb Ethernet Switch 2x 16 Gb FC Switch Intel Compute Node 2.6 GHz 8C Intel processor, 115 W 20 MB L3 cache 2x 4 Port 10 GbE 2x 2 Port 8 Gb/s FC Troy Application System Management Node IBM Workload Deployer Overall Power 24.5 K W Cores 608 C ore s Memory 9.7 TB VM Management Node SSD 6.4 TB S torag e (u nform atte d ) 48.0 TB (u nform atte d )
  • Business Value growth – TCO Son HuynhFrom virtual appliances ..to System Patterns & Application patterns …. 20 -25 Operations % 25 -30% Implementation Virtualization VMware 30 -35 % Xen KVM Service X-Cat Application Mgmt and Auto Provisioning Pattern Prov. And TSAM Mgmt Development CSPP VCL IWD PureApplication System Traditional Virtualized IaaS PaaS Benefits: Benefits: Benefits: Infrastructure •Provisioning Service • Self Service Model •Automated Provisioning Requirements & • Optimized Bus. Proc. & Applying of app stack Fulfillment steps •Integration Topology & • Aligned with Bus. • Automated Res. App. Workload patterns Process Tracking •Automated Mgmt of • Track Resources & • Image Usage profilling application pattern Usages • Reusable Image Challenges in the • Virtual Image Creation Library Traditional IT •VM & Resources Mgt • E-2-E automation Potential Impact: Model: •30% improvements on • Ability to track Potential Impact: top of virtualization Resources •65% Reduction in Potential Impact: •80% reduction in •Manual Installation and Provisioning time •90% reduction in workload deployment configuration •200 - 500% improved process overhead and management • Standard & resource utilization •100 -200 % ROI • 3-9 Months payback 34 Automation •60 -100 % ROI •6-12 Months payback • ….. •3-9 Months Payback * Number and percentages are approximated.
  • PureExperience: IBM ’s investm ent to prove itIBM PureExperienceOffers the following at no charge:4. On-site installation of PureApplication System and guided demonstration of business value6. Execution of a 10 day on-site service engagement8. Use of the PureApplication System for 30 days10. Lab advocate for usage questions and advice12. Single point of IBM support and maintenance
  • Ed iting a Virtual Application
  • Instantiates Virtual Application as… Web App VM Database VM WAR File DB Deployer WAS Base Deployer DB2 Agent Agent Instance
  • Ad d a Scaling Policy
  • The Virtual Application now m aps to: Proxy Server Web App VM Cluster Database VM HAProxy WAR File DB Deployer JVM Deployer WAS Base Deployer DB2 Agent Agent Agent Instance Proxy Service Storage Volume Caching Service eXtreme Scale Catalog WXS Deployer Agent JVM
  • Virtual Application Instance (WAS + DB2)1 2 Load balancer Deployment Interface Initial instance = 3 WAS cluster configured with session replication Multiple Consolidated Applications (Virtual View) Multiple Consolidated Applications (Physical View)3 WAS WAS 4 Web Server WAS DB2 WAS DB2 Web Server WAS DB2 WAS DB2 LDAP WXS WXS WXS WXS Common Shared Logging WAS ELB Common Shared ELB Logging DB2 Common WAS Monitoring Shared Logging WAS DB2 Datastore Caching Monitoring Shared Datastore Caching DB2 Shared Services DB2 © 2011 IBM Corporation DB2
  • Virtual System Views Client View Logical View Physical View - VMs Troy App System: Deployed VMs Running on Virtual System Troy App System 42U Create 41U Pattern UI 40U Virtual 39U System DMgr 38U 37U and WAS DB2 36U 35UUser deploy Web Server OD Router 34U 33U 32U WAS DB2 31U 30U 29U DB2 28U 27U DMgr 26U 25U 24U 23U WAS 22U 21U 20U Mgmt 19U 18U 17U DB2 16U WAS 15U 14U OD Router 13U 12U 11U 10U 9U 8U 7U Web Server 6U 5U 4U 3U 2U 1U Focus is on the topology – client creates the topology pattern and deploys it Application and configuration scripts are added to the Virtual System pattern
  • Pre-Entitled Software with Troy Application System• C lie nts h ave e ntitle m e nt to ru n th e following s oftware on th e fu ll cap acity of th e S ys te m  O E M Virtu alization com p one nts (not acce s s ib le b y clie nts ):  Virtu al S ys te m s :  IBM O S Im age for R e d H at Linu x S ys te m s v1 (R H E L 64-b it v6.2)  IBM We b S p h e re Ap p lication S e rve r H yp e rvis or E d ition v7 (WAS 7.0.0.21 )  IBM We b S p h e re Ap p lication S e rve r H yp e rvis or E d ition v8 (WAS 8.0.0.2)  D B 2 9.7 F P 5 E nte rp ris e S e rve r E d ition H V  D B 2 1 0 E nte rp ris e S e rve r E d ition H V  Au tom ation F ram e work H V (for m igrating ap p lications onto Troy Ap p lication S ys te m )  Virtu al Ap p lication P atte rns :  Java P atte rn v1 (64-b it Java 7 S D K )  IBM Workload D e p loye r Patte rn for We b Ap p lications v1 (with WAS v7)  IBM We b Ap p lication P atte rn v2 (with WAS v8) 