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Sun sparc enterprise t2 systems customer presentation
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Sun sparc enterprise t2 systems customer presentation
Sun sparc enterprise t2 systems customer presentation
Sun sparc enterprise t2 systems customer presentation
Sun sparc enterprise t2 systems customer presentation
Sun sparc enterprise t2 systems customer presentation
Sun sparc enterprise t2 systems customer presentation
Sun sparc enterprise t2 systems customer presentation
Sun sparc enterprise t2 systems customer presentation
Sun sparc enterprise t2 systems customer presentation
Sun sparc enterprise t2 systems customer presentation
Sun sparc enterprise t2 systems customer presentation
Sun sparc enterprise t2 systems customer presentation
Sun sparc enterprise t2 systems customer presentation
Sun sparc enterprise t2 systems customer presentation
Sun sparc enterprise t2 systems customer presentation
Sun sparc enterprise t2 systems customer presentation
Sun sparc enterprise t2 systems customer presentation
Sun sparc enterprise t2 systems customer presentation
Sun sparc enterprise t2 systems customer presentation
Sun sparc enterprise t2 systems customer presentation
Sun sparc enterprise t2 systems customer presentation
Sun sparc enterprise t2 systems customer presentation
Sun sparc enterprise t2 systems customer presentation
Sun sparc enterprise t2 systems customer presentation
Sun sparc enterprise t2 systems customer presentation
Sun sparc enterprise t2 systems customer presentation
Sun sparc enterprise t2 systems customer presentation
Sun sparc enterprise t2 systems customer presentation
Sun sparc enterprise t2 systems customer presentation
Sun sparc enterprise t2 systems customer presentation
Sun sparc enterprise t2 systems customer presentation
Sun sparc enterprise t2 systems customer presentation
Sun sparc enterprise t2 systems customer presentation
Sun sparc enterprise t2 systems customer presentation
Sun sparc enterprise t2 systems customer presentation
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Sun sparc enterprise t2 systems customer presentation
Sun sparc enterprise t2 systems customer presentation
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Sun sparc enterprise t2 systems customer presentation
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  • 1. UltraSPARC T2 ®Processor-basedServers:The Industry’s BestVirtualization PlatformsSPEAKER NAMEPositionSun Microsystems, Inc. Page 1
  • 2. Sun™ SPARC® Enterprise T5120/T5220 andSun Blade™ T6320 Servers The only servers that can deliver... with over $1 million in savings the power of up to 2,500 virtual systems per rack... Page 2 Page 2
  • 3. Leading Performance and EfficiencyNew UltraSPARC T2 Servers Blade featuresSun SPARC Enterprise T5120 ServersSun SPARC Enterprise T5220 Sun Blade T6320 Servers Servers Page 3
  • 4. Today’s Agenda● The Web scale challenge● The success of chip multithreading (CMT)● The power of virtualization● Eco-efficient leadership● Record-setting performance● Getting started and summary
  • 5. The Web Scale Explosion Real business needs: • Expand the number of stored data objects from 800,000,000 to 5,000,000,000 in just 10 months • Manage 2.2 million global preorders, and ship 1.3 million of them — for delivery on the same day — to 43,000 ZIP codes • Handle 920 million transactions in a single day • Respond to over 16,000 requests per secondAll examples from Amazon.com The network is Web scale Page 5
  • 6. Web Scale Challenges EverythingEmerging ventures Enterprise operations Every IT operation must: Increase scale, density, andVideo sharing performance, while also... Corporate datacenters Social networks ● Reducing costs Government institutions ● Minimizing physical footprintBlogs ● Reducing energy consumption Retail ● Increasing security at speed Music sharing Financial servicesGames Educational institutions Page 6
  • 7. Sun Systems Strategy • Innovate at all levels of the system • Excel on performance, energy efficiency, space and cost • Partner with market leaders • Integrate software, storage, services, and systems to change the economic equation • Design and deliver innovative products and services for web scale and virtualization Page 7
  • 8. The Industry’s Fastest, Most Scalable, Most Energy-efficient Systems Recently New Expanded Announced Sun CoolThreads Sun Fire x64 Sun SPARC Enterprise servers servers M4000-9000 servers Page 8
  • 9. Value of Design Excellence – Saves $Millions • Outstanding performance • Efficiency > Maximum compute density > Eco-Efficient • Simplified system management > State-of-the-art remote control > Ease of serviceability • Virtualization support built-in • Broadest applications capability Page 9
  • 10. The Success of ChipMultithreading (CMT)
  • 11. CMT Breakthrough SimplicityCMT technology enables simple, compactsystem designs, which deliver:> Better performance> Lower cost> More efficient energy use> Lower HVAC cost> Faster installation> Higher reliability> Faster time to repair> ... and more Page 11
  • 12. Customers Are Embracing CMT“We are ecstatic with the cost, throughput “We improve performance so muchperformance, and power economics and reduce costs in so many waysof the Sun Fire™ T2000 servers... with the T2000 that it represents a 10XWe experienced a 50% decrease improvement in price-performance forin server power consumption.” our entire architecture.”“[The Sun Fire T2000 servers] utilize less “Numbers dont lie: We experienced aspace and consume much less energy 300% performance increase after wewhile delivering significantly improved started using the T1000s – in a third ofperformance.” the space, and at a third of the power consumption...” $700M+ in revenue since Dec. 2005 introduction Page 12
  • 13. New UltraSPARC® T2 Processor64 systems on a chip Page 13
  • 14. The World’s Fastest ProcessorBased on estimated results, the UltraSPARC T2 processorsets new world records in two key industry-standardbenchmarks of processor performance Single-chip Single-chip SPECint_rate2006 SPECfp_rate2006 World Record* World Record* * SPEC, SPECint, SPECfp are registered trademarks of Standard Performance Evaluation Corporation. Results from www.spec.org as of 8/7/07. Sun Ultra SPARC T2 @ 1.4 GHz (64 threads, eight cores, one chip) 78.3 est. SPECint_rate2006, 62.3 est. SPECfp_rate2006. Page 14
  • 15. Innovation Puts 64 Systemson a Chip• Unprecedented throughput and integration• Revolutionary multithreaded networking• “Zero cost” security• Fast, integrated I/O UltraSPARC T2 Processor Page 15
  • 16. The World’s Fastest, Most Energy- Efficient Virtualization Servers Sun BladeTM Most cores and threads per T6320 system: eight cores, 64 threads Replace old IBM x346s at 8:1 Up to 64 logical domains per server Dual 10 GbE for faster throughput and performanceSun SPARC Enterprise T5120 ® Wirespeed security Rack or blade configurationsSun SPARC Enterprise T5220 Page 16
  • 17. The Power of Virtualization
  • 18. Sun’s Multithreaded ArchitectureOnly Sun parallelizes and virtualizes at every level Applications ● The Solaris™ Operating System’s multithreaded operations boost application performance Container Container Container Container Container Container ● Solaris LDoms — and hundreds, even thousands, of Solaris Containers maximize efficiency through virtualization ● The SolarisTM OS: multithreaded LDom LDom LDom since 1992 Storage: ZFS virtualization ● ZFS virtualizes storage hardware Multithreaded networking ● Virtualizes the network interface; maximizes throughput Hypervisor: multithreaded ● Multithreaded and supports multithreaded operating systems CMT SPARC: multicore/multithreaded ● The Solaris OS parallelizes threads into virtual CPUs; maximizes throughput Strong multithreading Page 18
  • 19. • CMT-smart scheduler balances load • Fast, efficient thread implementation • Dynamic Tracing (DTrace) • Virtualization/ZFS file system • Run thousands of Containers per system--FREE • Certified multilevel security • Predictive Self-Healing • Compatibility guaranteed • High-performance network architectureThe Most Advanced OS on the Planet Best for Virtualization Page 19
  • 20. Preserving Business InvestmentsSolaris 8 Assistant – Applications Run on Solaris 10 • Move/consolidate old systems onto newer, more efficient and powerful server technology > Low risk (minimize change; leverage existing assets and skill sets; supported by Sun) > Simplify administration > Save power, cooling, floor space • Rapid conversion of existing physical Solaris 8 systems to virtual environments • Offered with SolarisTM Enterprise Implementation Services Page 20
  • 21. Designed for Virtualization Sun Blade™ T6320 server module Sun™ SPARC® Enterprise Unique features T5120 server Virtualization capabilities ● Wirespeed security Sun™ SPARC® Enterprise ● 10 GbE T5220 server ● Maximum LDOMs Common design ● Scale and performance ● Efficiency (eco, space, density, etc.) ● Manageability, serviceability, reliability ● Investment protection Sun Fire™ X4150 server Sun Fire™ X4450 server Page 21
  • 22. Today’s Virtualization Requirements Sun SPARC IBM p 570 HP DL580G5 Enterprise T522064 Thread Processor UltraSPARC T2 No NoIntegrated 10 GbE Yes No NoIntegrated Crypto Yes No NoAccelerationVirtualization Software Yes; Free No NoIncludedHighly Threaded OS Yes; Solaris No No Page 22
  • 23. The Best Virtualization Servers• The most consolidation/ • Crypto accelerator virtualization flexibility • 10GbE networking• Up to 64 domains (LDoms) • Free Solaris 10 TM• High capacity memory and disk Containers and ZFS Page 23
  • 24. Consolidate and Save• One Sun™ SPARC® Enterprise T5220 server or Sun Blade™ T6320 server module can replace eight older IBM x346 servers• Requires eight fewer system administrators per deployed rackSaves over $1 million in energy and virtualization costs over 3 years Page 24
  • 25. Free, Built-in Logical Domains• Scale vertically and horizontally at the same time with LDoms• LDoms are FREE > Save up to $9,000 per system, compared to IBM’s APV on the p5 550Q Page 25
  • 26. LDoms Let You Add Value• Up to 64 virtual LDoms let you focus systems per server — on making your datacenter manage fewer systems a strategic advantage...• Virtualized hardware reduces complexity• Easily size/resize virtual systems as needed• Easily back up and checkpoint virtual systems ...rather than a maintenance headache Page 26
  • 27. Sun Open Virtualization Saves Money• LDoms are open • VMware is closed source and flexible and proprietary• LDoms are free; • VMware Infrastructure 3 no additional fees to costs up to $10,000 install or use them per server• LDoms are • VMware scans and lightweight — almost rewrites guest code on zero overhead the fly — very high overhead Page 27
  • 28. Customers Are Endorsing LDoms“The functionality is easy to “The Early Access version understand and implement; became available in the creation of guest domains is morning, and we had it running fast and straightforward.” by 2 PM the same day!”“We plan to implement “Ten guest LDoms have been LDoms as soon as the running live for over a week — General Availability release with real users and developers is available.” on them — without a glitch.“LDoms work really well.” Ten days later, we had ten T2000s in production, with 68 guest domains running!” Over 1,000 free downloads, to 500+ unique organizations, in the first three months of release Page 28
  • 29. Virtualization ServicesOptimize, Consolidate, Simplify and Conserve Virtualization Storage Justification Architecture Implementation Workshop Assessment Review• Application profiling • Access benefits • Measures power • Architecture and • Deploy virtualized of storage and cooling savings configuration plan system with minimal• Match business consolidation downtime and technology • Designed for • Capacity planning requirements • Develop plan that enterprise customers for systems, network • Document new considers people, and storage processes and• High-yield TCO process and • TCO for CXOs best practices analysis and technology • Includes virtualization long-term if required • Transfer knowledge savings estimate • Establish and ROI to customer’s staff model for CXOs Page 29
  • 30. Eco-efficient Leadership 30
  • 31. Sun Blade T6320 Blade featuresServer Module • Superior energy efficiency > Centralized power and coolingUltraSPARC® T2 processor- • Security:based compute blade for the > Crypto acceleration on chipSun Blade™ 6000 modular system • Networking: > 10 GbE and PCIe on chip • Floating point: > One FPU per core NEW • Virtualization: > Up to 64 logical domains per system > 3,072 logical domains per chassis • Mix and match with x64 blades — the Solaris OS, Linux, or Windows in the same chassis • High reliability > Four hot-pluggable SATA/SAS 2.5” disk drives with RAID 0/1 • Advanced manageability — ILOM service processor supports industry- standard management interfaces 31
  • 32. Sun Blade T6320 ModuleFeature Sun Blade T6320Form factor Single wide; Up to 10 in one Sun Blade 6000 chassisCPU UltraSPARC T2 1.2 or 1.4 GHz, 64 threadsMemory FB-DIMM, 64 GB maximum 16x slotsNetwork 2x 10GbE (with XAUI)/2x GbEInternal storage Up to 4x 2.5” SAS, hot-swappableAggregate I/O Two Network Express ModulesSerial 1x RS-232, 2x USBPCI Express slots 2x (ExpressModule)RAID support 0/1/5/6Service processor ILOM Page 32
  • 33. Sun™ SPARC® Enterprise CMT Servers NEW System features • Security: > Crypto acceleration on chip Sun™ SPARC® Enterprise T5120 server • Networking: > 10 GbE and PCIe on chip • Floating point: NEW > One FPU per core > World-record performance Sun™ SPARC® Enterprise T5220 server • Virtualization: > Up to 64 logical domains per system• UltraSPARC® T2 • High reliability processor-based platforms > Hot-pluggable 2.5” disk drives• 2X performance of UltraSPARC® > Redundant, hot-swappable PSUs and fans T1 processor • Advanced manageability• 4/6/8 cores — up to 64 threads > ILOM service processor• 128 GB of memory, FB-DIMM > Industry-standard management interfaces Page 33
  • 34. Sun™ SPARC® EnterpriseT5120/T5220 ServersFeature Sun™ SPARC® Enterprise T5120 server Sun™ SPARC® Enterprise T5220 serverForm factor 1RU, 28” deep 2RU, 28” deepCPU UltraSPARC® T2 processor 1.2 or 1.4 GHz, UltraSPARC® T2 processor 1.2 64 threads or 1.4 GHz, 64 threadsMemory FB-DIMM, 128 GB maximum 16x slots FB-DIMM, 128 GB maximum 16x slotsNetwork 2x 10 GbE (with XAUI)/4x GbE 2x 10 GbE (with XAUI)/4x GbEInternal storage Up to 8x 2.5” SAS, hot-swappable Up to 16x 2.5” SAS, hot-swappableRemovable media 1x DVD-ROM 1x DVD-ROMSerial 1x RS-232, 4x USB 1x RS-232, 4x USBPCI Express slots 3x (low profile) 6x (low profile)PCI-X slots None NonePower supply 2xAC 720 W "Climate Saver" or DC 660W 2x AC 750 W or 1100 W power Page 34
  • 35. Standard Management Interfaces • Sun Integrated Lights Out Manager (ILOM) fully embedded > Standard features and interfaces across both Sun SPARC and x64 systems • Integrate quickly, leveraging existing training • Administrator advantages > Monitoring — SNMP v1, v2c, v3, IPMI 2.0 > Security and authentication — SSH 2.0, HTTPS, LDAP, RADIUS, MS Active Directory > Advanced browser interface > DMTF-style and ALOM-style CLIs Page 35
  • 36. Save Space, Money, the Environment Replacing IBM x346 systems at 8:1... • Saves over $1 million in energy and virtualization costs over 3 years • Saves over 350 tons of CO2 emissions per year Page 36
  • 37. TMCoolThreads Power-Saving Technology CoolThreads: Power management at both core and memory • Throttle instruction rates • Parks idle threads and cores • Control clocks and memory > Reduced power consumption by 50% Lower energy consumption without degrading performance Page 37
  • 38. SMSun Eco Services SuiteFour flexible offerings help you optimize space, power, and cooling• Offerings range from initial assessments, to annual monitoring and support, to lower power consumption and temperature output reduction > Sun Eco Assessment Service for Datacenter, Basic > Sun Eco Assessment Service for Datacenter, Advanced > Sun Eco Cooling Efficiency Service for Datacenter > Sun Eco Optimization Service for Datacenter• For more information: sun.com/service/eco Page 38
  • 39. Record-settingPerformance 39
  • 40. CoolThreads Servers Beat Industry Standard Performance Leadership Across All Tiers of the Datacenter Model Benchmark SE T5220 SPECweb2005 SE T5120 & T5220 SPECjbb2005 SE T5220 Lotus Domino Notes SE T5220 SPECjAppServer2004 2–Node SE T5120 SAP SD 2-Tier SE T5120 Database Tier, SPECjApp SE T5220 SSL Performance, SPECweb2005 SE T5120 & T5220 SPEC CPU2006 SE T5220 SPEC OMPM2001 Unrivalled Performance / Watt & EfficiencySee Legal Substantiation Slides Page 40
  • 41. Scaling Through Threading • UltraSPARC T2 processor scales performance through threading > Not: frequency, caches, or sockets (MCMs) • 35X the UltraSPARC T1 in floating point • 3X performance per watt of x86 and IBM POWER6 systems • Up to 2,560 threads per rack > Up to 16X the threads of competing servers Page 41
  • 42. Multithreaded Network Scaling • Unique, dual, multithreaded 10 Gb Ethernet integrated on a chip > 12X the bandwidth of competing rack servers > Total bandwidth nearly 40 Gb/sec. > Eliminates network I/O bottlenecks > Enables faster network access > Improves rack performance Delivers 2.5X the network bandwidth with two thirds fewer ports Page 42
  • 43. Built-in Wirespeed Security • Leading cryptography performance > Over 30x greater RSA1024 performance than 2-socket IBM p510 > 15.6x better AES128 performance than crypto acclerator card • Best SSL performance per watt > 2.2x better performance/watt than 4-socket HP DL585G2 > 1.6x better performance/watt than 2-socket HP DL380G5 • Supports ten most common ciphers and secure hashing functions > RC4, DES, 3DES, AES-128, AES-192, AES-256, MD5, SHA-1, SHA-256, RSA 1024*See substantiation slides. Page 43
  • 44. SPARC Enterprise T5220 Beats IBM 1/4 the Price*, Better Performance Better performance than an IBM System p 570 with the POWER6 Processor • Less than half the power • One quarter the space • One quarter the price • 2.5x higher performance/watt • 10x higher SWaP* Based on Sun MI Page 44
  • 45. SPARC Enterprise T5220 Beats HPHalf the Space, Half the Power Consumption More Users and Higher Performance than HP DL585 Server • 60% more users per server • Half the space; nearly half the power • 2.3x higher performance/watt • 4.6x higher SWaP Page 45
  • 46. Sun Blade T6320 Beats IBMDouble Performance, Reduced Power Consumption Greater expansion/growth capability than the BladeCenter JS21 Platform • 3x Memory Capacity • 3x I/O and Disk Capacity Improved performance in a small, energy efficient package when compared with the quad-core P510Q Platform • 30% lower energy consumption Page 46
  • 47. Sun Blade T6320 Beats HPIncreased Performance, Reduced Power Consumption Great performance and I/O expansion advantage when compared with the HP BL860c Itanium 2 based platform • 100% more (double) I/O and disk capacity • 35% lower power consumption • Open/Industry standard I/O expansion Page 47
  • 48. Best Web PlatformWorld Record SPECweb2005Sun SPARC Enterprise T5220* 1x UltraSPARC T2 Performance Perf/watt Space SWaPHP DL380G52x Quad-CoreIntel Xeon Red Hat 1.8X 1.7X Same 1.7XHP DL580G54x Quad-CoreIntel(R) Xeon(R) Red Hat 1.22X 2.1X Half 4.3XHP DL585G24x Dual-Core 1.66X 2.3X Half 4.6XAMD Opteron Red Hat * See disclosures Page 48
  • 49. (R) TMBest UNIX Java VM Platform in Class World Record Single-socket SPECjbb2005 Result Sun SPARC Enterprise T5120* 1x UltraSPARC T2 Performance Perf/watt Space SWaP IBM p 570 2x Dual-Core 1.09X 2.5X 1/4 9.8X IBM POWER6 AIX IBM p5+ 505Q 1x Quad Core Power5+ AIX 3X 2.1X Same 2.1XHP rx26602x Dual CoreItanium2 2.4X 2.9X Half 5.7XHP-UX * See Disclosures Page 49
  • 50. Best Mail Platform World Record Single Socket Lotus Domino iNotes Sun SPARC Enterprise T5220* 1x UltraSPARC T2 Performance Perf/watt Price/User SWaPIBM p5+ 560Q 69%4 x Quad Core .79X 3X 12XPower5, AIX BetterIBM x3650 20% 2 x Dual Core 2X 2.1X 2.1XXeon Windows Better Server * See Disclosures Page 50
  • 51. Most Efficient UNIX ERP PlatformWorld Record Single-socket SAP SD-2 Tier ResultSun SPARC Enterprise T5120* 1x UltraSPARC T2 Performance Perf/watt Space SWaPIBM p 5702x Dual-CoreIBM POWER6 AIX 1.07X 2.1X 1/4 8.4XHP DL380G52x Quad-CoreIntel Xeon 1.05X 1.1X Half 2.1XWindows serverHP rx66004x Dual-CoreIntel Itanium 2 1.26X 2.7X 1/7 19XWindows server* See Disclosures Page 51
  • 52. Best Java Application Server PlatformWorld Record SPECjAppServer2004 Dual-node ResultSun SPARC Enterprise T5220* 1x UltraSPARC T2 Performance Perf/watt Space SWaPDell PE29002x Dual-Core 3.1X 2.3X 2/5 5.7XIntel Xeon Windows serverIBM p 5702x Dual-CoreIBM POWER6 AIX 1.7X 3.7X Half 7.4XHP rx26602x Dual-Core 23X 2.7X Same 2.7XIntel Itanium2 HP-UX* See Disclosures Page 52
  • 53. Best OLTP Server Platform World Record Database Tier SPECjAppServer2004 Dual Node Result Sun SPARC Enterprise T5120 1 x UltraSPARC T2 Performance Perf/Watt Space SWaP Dell PE2900 2 x Dual Core Xeon 3.1X 2.8X 1/5 13.9X Windows Server IBM p 550 2 x Dual Core POWER5 AIX 1.7X 3.3X 1/4 13.4X HP rx2660 2 x Dual Core 2.3X 3.3X 1/2 6.6X Itanium2 HP-UXSee Legal Substantiation Slides Page 53
  • 54. 65 Highest-performing floating-point processor First general-purpose 60 55 CMT systems 50 45 • Extends proven CMT benefitsSPECfp_rate2006 T2 processor 40 35 IBM POWER6 processor Intel Xeon Clovertown from commercial to technical 30 25 Processor workloads 20 15 • Eight FPUs per processor, 10 5 full VIS instruction set • Enables standardization of 0 Perf • 31% higher performance datacenter servers, reducing per socket than Intel Xeon cost and complexity Clovertown Processor • Protects investments as • 7% higher performance future workloads emerge than IBM POWER6 processor CMT Extended to Technical Workloads Page 54
  • 55. Best HPC Platform World Record for SPECOMP2001 Most XX Platform Sun SPARC Enterprise T5220* Single socket UltraSPARC T2 Nearly double the best single processor IBM result*See substantiation slides. Page 55
  • 56. Higher Performance, Greater Energy Efficiency "As Europes second largest web host, we are “"...we have tested a range of applications always interested in testing new solutions that including our web server, JBoss and BEA enable us to deliver the highest levels of service WebLogic Java application servers, mail servers, to our customers, at the lowest cost...The new NFS and Oracle databases. We found our Sun SPARC Enterprise T5x20 servers will performance scaled linearly with the 64 threads enable us to significantly extend our ability to available, with the result that we were able to scale quickly and efficiently, while further deliver over 2x higher throughput than the Sun reducing costs. We estimate that the T5000 Fire T2000, and much higher levels of servers will deliver around 2.5x higher performance than our existing x86 and SPARC- throughput than the existing T2000 servers based rack and blade servers....with higher levels when running our Apache web servers and mail of power and space efficiency than anything we servers, which has been proven in our have experienced before.. we will be deploying testing...the T5000 offers a performance per the Sun SPARC Enterprise T5120 and T5220 watt ratio that is nearly doubled in a direct servers to keep pace with our ever expanding comparison to its predecessor the T2000...we customer base....” will use the extended functionality of the T5000 servers to run our floating point-intensive SPAM --Radoslaw Korzeniewski, IT Systems Expert filters, and encrypt our SMTP traffic, ensuring higher levels of security for our customers” --Rene Wienholtz, CTO at Strato AG PTK Centertel Page 56
  • 57. Summary and Getting Started 57
  • 58. Open and Choice Page 58
  • 59. UnifiedDesign Excellence Page 59
  • 60. Sun For Virtualization and Web ScaleOpen Architecture Compute Networking Storage Software NAS/Data Servers Open Source Secure Web Applications Access TM Linux High Bandwidth, CoolThreads Secure Networking Ultra-dense Comprehensive Built-in Storage Solution Software Stack● CoolThread technology ● 10GB ethernet ● Optimized for • Choice of OS● Designed for ● Integrated encryption throughput, density • Integrated virtualization virtualization ● Virtual NICs isolate and cost ● Up to 48 TB in 4RU • Optimized Open Source● Highest compute at IP level to enhance > Apache density security ● High performance for online data access > MySQL ● Bandwidth control● Leading industry > PHP ● Data protection and performance per watt security • Sun Java system suite Page 60
  • 61. Web Scale Services Sun Dynamic Infrastructure Sun Virtualization and EnterpriseSuite for Web Services Consolidation Services Migration Suite• Accelerate web service • Maximize IT resources • Minimize downtime deployment • Save up to $2M/year • Stay focused on• Expedite addition of new • Achieve 99.99+% business priorities during services by up to 80% availability migration or upgrade to• No additional system Solaris 10 • More than double overhead Page 61
  • 62. Get Started • Try and Buy > Special services > Sun Blade T6320, Sun SPARC packages Enterprise T5120 and T5220 > Virtualization/ • Starter Kit consolidation > Sun Blade T6320 > Eco Services Suite > Startup Essentials • Web infrastructure > Trade in Offers offers for UltraSPARC T2 systems > Sun Message Security Solution for Symantec Brightmail Software > Sun Encryption Web Server Solution > Solaris + AMP Solution Page 62
  • 63. SPARC EnterpriseT2 Servers • Most cores and threads per system: 8 cores, 64 threads • Replace old IBM x346s at 8:1 • Up to 64 domains per server • Most eco-responsible servers • Dual 10 GbE for faster throughput and performance • Wirespeed security Save space Save energy • Rack or blade configurations Save money Page 63
  • 64. Thank you.speaker.name@sun.com Page 64
  • 65. Sun, Sun Microsystems, the Sun logo, Sun Fire, Sun Blade, SunUltra, Java, Solaris, StorageTek, Coolthreads and The NetworkIs The Computer are trademarks or registered trademarks of SunMicrosystems, Inc. in the United States and other countries. AllSPARC trademarks are used under license and are trademarksor registered trademarks of SPARC International, Inc. in theUnited States and other countries. Products bearing SPARCtrademarks are based upon an architecture developed by SunMicrosystems, Inc. AMD, Opteron, the AMD logo, the AMDOpteron logo are trademarks or registered trademarks ofAdvanced Micro Devices. Intel and Intel Xeon are trademarks orregistered trademarks of Intel Corporation or its subsidiaries inthe United States and other countries.
  • 66. SPECweb2005 DisclosureSPEC, SPECweb reg tm of Standard Performance Evaluation Corporation. Results from www.spec.org as of September 28th2007. Sun SPARC Enterprise T5220 (8 cores, 1 chip) 37,001 SPECweb2005, submitted to SPEC for review. HP DL580G5 (16cores, 4 chips) 30,261 SPECweb2005. HP Dl380G5 (8 cores, 2 chips) 20,387 SPECweb2005. HP DL585G2(8 cores, 4 chips)22,254 SPECweb20055HP DL580G5 power consumption from HP Power Calculator system configured with 4 x2.93GHz processors, redundant PSU,16 x 4GB DIMMs, 8 x 36GB SAS drives,1 x PCI card, 80% utilisation on 9/10/07:http://h30099.www3.hp.com/configurator/powercalcs.aspHP DL380G5 power consumption from HP Power Calculator for system configured with 2 x E5355 2.66GHz processors,redundant PSU, 8 x 4GB DIMMs, 2 x HBAs and 2 x 146GB SAS drives, 80% utilisation on 6/4/07:http://h30099.www3.hp.com/configurator/powercalcs.aspHP DL585G2 power consumption from HP Power Calculator for system configured with 4 x AMD 8222 3.0GHz processors,redundant PSU, 16 x 4GB DIMMs, 2 x HBAs and 2 x 146GB SAS drives, 80% utilisation on 6/4/07:http://h30099.www3.hp.com/configurator/powercalcs.aspSun SPARC Enterprise T5220 power consumption taken from measurements made during the benchmark run. Page 66
  • 67. Lotus Domino iNotesDisclosureNotesBench R6iNotes Sun SPARC Enterprise 5220 (1x1400 MHz UltraSPARC T1, 64GB), 6 partitions, Solaris [TM] 10,Lotus[R] Domino 7.0.2, 43,000 users, $2.89 per user, 36,240 NotesMark tpm, 584 ms avg NotesBench R6iNotes.NotesBench R6iNotes IBM x3650 (2 x 3GHz Intel Xeon 5160, 24GB), 4 partitions, SUSE Linux Enterprise Server 9.0 SP3,Lotus[R] Domino 7.0, 22,000 users, $3.47 per user, 17,777 NotesMark tpm, 3.056 seconds avg NotesBench R6iNotes.NotesBench R6iNotes IBM p5 560Q (4 x 4 core 1.8GHz Power 5+, 64GB), 6 partitions, AIX 5L V5.3, Lotus[R] Domino 7.0.1,55,000 users, $4.89 per user, 46,193 NotesMark tpm, 848 ms avg NotesBench R6iNotes.More info www.notesbench.orgIBM x3650 power consumption from IBM Power configurator for system configured with 2 x Xeon 5160 3.0GHz processors,redundant PSU, 12 x 2GB DIMMs, and 2 x 74GB SAS drives, on 24/8/07: http://www-03.ibm.com/systems/bladecenter/powerconfig/IBM p560Q (note used 2 x 4U systems to support 4 x QCMs) power specifications calculated by applying 70% of the MaximumWatts published in "Facts and Features Report", 03/26/07, posted atftp://ftp.software.ibm.com/common/ssi/rep_sp/n/PSB01628USEN/PSB01628USEN.PDFSun SPARC Enterprise T5220 power consumption taken from measurements made during the benchmark run. Page 67
  • 68. SPEC CPU2006 & SPECjbb2005 DisclosureSPEC, SPECint, SPECfp registered trademarks of Standard Performance Evaluation Corporation.Sun SPARC EnterpriseT5120 server, (1xUltraSPARC T2, 1.4GHz ) (1 chip, 8 cores, 64 threads) 78.3. SPECint_rate2006, 62.3 SPECfp_rate2006.Competitive results from www.spec.org as of September 28th, 2007. IBM System p570 (4.7GHz POWER6 processor)4.7GHz (1chip, 2 cores, 4 threads) 60.9. SPECint_rate2006, 58.0 SPECfp_rate2006. ProLiant DL380 G5 (3.0 GHz, Intel Xeon processorX5365) (1 chip, 4 cores, 4 threads) 61.3 SPECint_rate2006, 38.8 SPECfp_rate2006.SPEC, SPECjbb reg tm of Standard Performance Evaluation Corporation. Sun SPARC Enterprise 5120 results submitted toSPEC. Other results as of 09/28/07 on www.spec.org Sun SPARC Enterprise 5120 (1 chip, 8 cores) 192,055 SPECjbb2005bops, 24,000 SPECjbb2005 bops/JVM. IBM p570 (2 chips, 4 cores) SPECjbb2005 bops = 175474, SPECjbb2005 bops/JVM =87737. IBM p505Q (1 chip, 4 cores) SPECjbb2005 bops = 63544, SPECjbb2005 bops/JVM = 31772. HP rx2660 (2 chips, 4cores) SPECjbb2005 bops = 80884, SPECjbb2005 bops/JVM = 80884 IBM p6 570 power specifications from 80% of maximumreport power consumption published here, 06/07/07, posted atftp://ftp.software.ibm.com/common/ssi/rep_sp/n/PSB01628USEN/PSB01628USEN.PDFIBM p505 power specifications from 80% of maximum report power consumption published in "Facts and Features Report",03/27/06, posted at ftp://ftp.software.ibm.com/common/ssi/rep_sp/n/PSB01628USEN/PSB01628USEN.PDF HP rx2600 powerconsumption estimated by taking 70% of the maximum reported power dissipation, documented here on 03/23/07: Actual HPpower specs http://h18004.www1.hp.com/products/quickspecs/12698_div/12698_div.HTML#Technical%20Specifications:http://h20341.www2.hp.com/integrity/cache/387834-0-0-225-121.html Sun SPARC Enterprise T5120 power consumption takenfrom measurements made during the benchmark run. Page 68
  • 69. SAP SD 2-Tier DisclosureSAP, R/3, mySAP reg TM of SAP AG in Germany and other countries. More info www.sap.com/benchmark Two-tier SAP Salesand Distribution (SD) standard SAP ERP 2005 application benchmark: Sun SPARC Enterprise T5120, 1 processor / 8 cores / 64threads, UltraSPARC T2, 1.4 GHz, 16 KB(I) + 8 KB(D) L1 cache per core, 4 MB L2 cache per processor, 64 GB main memory;Number of benchmark users & comp.: 2,175 SD (Sales & Distribution); Average dialog response time: 1.91 seconds;Throughput: Fully Processed Order Line items/hour: 219,000, Dialog steps/hour: 657,000; SAPS: 10,950; Average DB requesttime (dia/upd): 0.054 sec / 0.1489 sec; CPU utilization of central server: 98%; Operating System central server: Solaris 10;RDBMS: Oracle 10g; SAP ECC Release: 6.0. The SAP certification number was not available at press time and can be found atthe following Web page: http://www50.sap.com/benchmarkdata/sd2tier.aspIBM System p570 (2 processors, 4 cores, 8 threads) 4.7 GHz POWER6, 32 GB mem, 2035 SD benchmark users, 1.99 sec avgresponse time, Cert#2007037, Oracle 10g, AIX 5L Version 5.3. HP ProLiant DL380 G5 (2 processors / 8 cores / 8 threads)3GHz Intel Xeon Processor X5365, 32 GB main, 2080 SD benchmark users, 1.95 sec avg response time, Cert#2007057,Windows Server 2003 Enterprise Edition, SQL Server 2005IBM p6 570 power specifications from 80% of maximum report power consumption published here, 06/07/07, posted atftp://ftp.software.ibm.com/common/ssi/rep_sp/n/PSB01628USEN/PSB01628USEN.PDF HP Integrity rx6600 (4 processors / 8cores / 16 threads) Intel Itanium 2 9050, 1.6 GHz, 64 GB main memory, 1725 SD benchmark users, 1.93 sec avg responsetime, Certification Number. 2007040, Windows Server 2003 Enterprise Edition, SQL Server 2005HP rx6600 power consumption estimated by taking 70% of the maximum reported power dissipation, documented here on03/23/07: http://h20341.www2.hp.com/integrity/cache/387834-0-0-225-121.htmlhttp://h18000.www1.hp.com/products/quickspecs/12596_div/12596_div.HTML#Technical%20Specifications> Sun SPARCEnterprise T5120 power consumption taken from measurements made during the benchmark run. Page 69
  • 70. Our Customers Say it Best"Parallel applications – we employ multi-threading with OpenMP andmessage passing with MPI heavily – scale well on the UltraSPARC T2processor. A single UltraSPARC T2 processor provides a higher memorybandwidth than full blown 24 socket legacy systems. In summary, there is animportant class of HPC applications which run very well on the UltraSPARCT2 Processor: Parallel programs, which consume a high memory bandwidth,profit from this processor’s architecture. Multiple instances of such codesdisplay a very favourable throughput. Taking the low power consumption ofthe UltraSPARC T2 processor into account, replacing our existing legacyequipment for HPC is a highly attractive option, a long away ahead of anyother competitive offering." Page 70
  • 71. New Benefits in LDoms 1.0.1 • Preinstalled on all Sun SPARC Enterprise T5120/T5220 servers and Sun Blade T6320 server modules • Start or stop primary and guest logical domains independently and without a system reboot • Includes full support for UltraSPARC T1 systems • LDoms Management Information Base (MIB) helps third-party system management programs remotely manage and start/stop LDoms via Simple Network Management Protocol (SNMP) Page 71
  • 72. Streamlined CMT Architecture CMT increases system 8 availability 7 • CMT integration reduces part 6 counts and service interruptions 5 by nearly 3XParts (000) 4 • Redundancy of key parts + high 3 reliability of components 2 • Offline individual threads and 1 cores, without reboot 0 • 50% higher reliability with Solaris Sun SE T5120 IBM p520 Dell 2950 HP DL585 Predictive Self-Healing • Lower heat generation reduces Ultra-low part count of Sun SE T5120 hardware failures Minimize Downtime, Exceed SLAs Page 72
  • 73. Sun CMT Processor RoadmapDelivers outstanding performance and energy efficiency Volume SPARC® Enterprise “Victoria Falls” Performance 65X (2 sockets) Performance Increase 128 threads Increase 16 cores “Rock” 16X UltraSPARC® 16 cores T2 processor Booted 35X Solaris 64 threads April 8 cores 2007 1 FPU & SPU per core NIU UltraSPARC® T1 processor “Olympus” 14X /APL 32 threads 8 cores UltraSPARC® 1.5X UltraSPARC® processor IIIi processor IV+ 1X 1X2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 Page 73
  • 74. World’s Highest-Performing Processor SPECcpu2006 80 75 70 65 60 55 50 UltraSPARC T2 processor 45 IBM POWER6 processor 40 Intel Xeon Processor 35 30 25 20 15 10 5 0 SPECint_rate2006 SPECfp_rate2006• UltraSPARC T2 processor • UltraSPARC T2 processor integer performance floating-point performance > 29% faster than 4.7-GHz > 7% faster than 4.7-GHz IBM POWER6 processor IBM POWER6 processor > 46% faster than 3-GHz > 95% faster than 3-GHz Intel Intel Xeon Processor Xeon Processor Page 74

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