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IBM i at the heart of Cognitive Solutions 3Q17

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Presentation from IBM i Premier User Group on 20th July 2017, in IBM Hursley. This presentation covers my version of the IBM Systems, IBM Power Systems and IBM i Strategies and recent updates.

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IBM i at the heart of Cognitive Solutions 3Q17

  1. 1. © IBM Corporation, 2016 IBM i at the heart of Cognitive Solutions 20th July 2017 Presented by David Spurway IBM Power Systems Product Manager IBM Systems, UK and Ireland
  2. 2. Architecting Disruption Rethink business, technology and data to build a platform for the future of your business
  3. 3. Estimated worldwide startups each day 274,000 Why we’re all vulnerable to seismic shifts External Threats Born-on-digital companies that steal market share or rewrite customer expectations New business models that reinvent our industry and change the game altogether Internal Threats Siloed data and systems Gaps in expertise and skills Inability to react quickly 3SOURCE cited in notes
  4. 4. 4 © IBM Corporation, 2016 1988 2000 2008
  5. 5. 5 © IBM Corporation, 2016 Downtime is an Expense, not a Cost of Doing Business 3 - 4X more reliable SOURCE: Quark + Lepton, IBM i on Power Systems for Midsize Businesses, May 2017
  6. 6. 6 © IBM Corporation, 2016 Vulnerability Comparison Excerpted from: Quark + Lepton, IBM i on Power Systems for Midsize Businesses, May 2017
  7. 7. 7 © IBM Corporation, 2016 IBM i Strategy Power Solutions  Delivering an integrated platform focused on leading industry applications  Engaging with partner ISVs & MSPs for flexible solutions delivery options  Enabling clients to transform their customer experience via mobile solutions Open Platform for Choice  IBM demonstrating commitment with continuing deliverables - IBM i 7.3 & TRs  Providing new capabilities between releases based on user feedback  Growing IBM i solutions options including open source languages and applications The Integrated Promise of IBM i  Deliver a simple, high value platform for business applications  Provide exceptional security and resiliency for critical business data  Leverage IBM systems, storage and software technologies
  8. 8. 8 © IBM Corporation, 2016 New IBM i Strategy Whitepaper IBM i plays a critical role in our Power Systems software portfolio. We continuously provide new solutions and are actively engaged in expanding into new technology areas to support the new business requirements of our clients. This year, 2016, we have delivered IBM i 7.3,… http://ibm.co/23y3TMv
  9. 9. 9 © IBM Corporation, 2016 IBM i Release Roadmap ………7.3 ……… 2010 7.1 ** All statements regarding IBM's future direction and intent are subject to change or withdrawal without notice, and represent goals and objectives only. 2014 iNext 2016 … iNext + 1 … 7.2 …Technology Refreshes • Two or Three Major Releases supported. • Two Future Major Releases under development. • Semi-annual new function for the most recent releases. ……… Future
  10. 10. 10 © IBM Corporation, 2016 IBM i 7.1 End of Support http://www- 01.ibm.com/common/ssi/ShowDoc.wss ?docURL=/common/ssi/rep_ca/6/877/E NUSZP17- 0256/index.html&lang=en&request_loc ale=en • Effective April 30, 2018, IBM® will withdraw service for the offerings shown • For clients that need additional time to migrate to a supported release of IBM i, IBM intends to announce a fee-based extended service offering for the IBM i Version 7.1 operating system. Program number VRM Program/Feature name 5770-SS1 7.1.0 IBM i 5733-CY3 7.1.0 Cryptographic Device Manager 5733-OMF 1.2.0 Omnifind Text Search Server for DB2® for i 5761-AMT 6.1.0 Rational® Application Management Tool Set for i 5770-BR1 7.1.0 BRMS 5770-DFH 7.1.0 CICS® 5770-HAS 7.1.0 PowerHA® for i 5770-JS1 7.1.0 Advanced Job Scheduler 5770-MG1 7.1.0 Managed System Services 5770-NLV 7.1.0 National Languages for IBM i 5770-PT1 7.1.0 Performance Tools 5770-QU1 7.1.0 Query for i 5770-SM1 7.1.0 System Manager 5770-ST1 7.1.0 DB2 Query Mgr and SQL Dev 5770-WDS 7.1.0 Rational Dev Studio 5770-XW1 7.1.0 IBM i Access Family 5798-FAX 5.7.0 Facsimile Support for i
  11. 11. 11 © IBM Corporation, 2016 IBM i – IBM Commitment "Many of our largest clients run their critical workloads on IBM i, and I don't see that fundamentally changing,” Balog says. “We have a long roadmap that goes out at least 10 years from a development standpoint, and it is only 10 years because I can't see beyond 10. We will keep innovating and providing capabilities around IBM i. Doug Balog General Manager, Power Systems June 27, 2016
  12. 12. 12 © IBM Corporation, 2016 Today’s challenges demand innovation – data expansion! Performance: needs full system optimisation augmented by accelerators
  13. 13. 13 © IBM Corporation, 2016 Intel Strategy – Investor Meeting February 2017 https://s21.q4cdn.com/600692695/files/doc_presentations/2017/2017_Intel_Investor_Meeting_Krzanich.pdf
  14. 14. 14 © IBM Corporation, 2016 Intel Strategy – Investor Meeting February 2017 https://s21.q4cdn.com/600692695/files/doc_presentations/2017/2017_Intel_Investor_Meeting_Krzanich.pdf
  15. 15. 15 © IBM Corporation, 2016 Intel’s Xeon performance/core remains “flat” Innovation in server-side compute has been limited
  16. 16. 16 © IBM Corporation, 2016 POWER thread performance is increasing; strong general purpose compute cores deliver workload throughput
  17. 17. Innovators are using cloud and cognitive technologies to transform essential experiences. 17
  18. 18. 18 © IBM Corporation, 2016 Who is the boss? Robert Picciano SVP IBM Cognitive Solutions IBM Systems Stefanie Chiras Vice President, Power Systems Hardware Offerings
  19. 19. 19 © IBM Corporation, 2016 IBM i Application Development Strategy • Modernization – User Interface – Languages – Methodologies – Tools – Data Access – Security
  20. 20. 20 © IBM Corporation, 2016 IBM i Application Languages Strategy • RPG is the most commonly used language on IBM i so –Enable RPG as a powerful, modern procedural language –Partner for tools which transform older RPG to modern RPG –Work with partners & schools to teach RPG to non-RPG developers quickly • Extensive skills and catalogs of solutions exist for business in other languages –Support key industry languages and programming models on IBM i –Ensure those new approaches can integrate with existing IBM i solutions –Enable tools for development, debug, lifecycle – from IBM and from partners
  21. 21. 21 © IBM Corporation, 2016 RPG is still popular, but it’s fair to say that we have a good mix of others. https://www.helpsystems.com/resources/guides/2017-ibm-i-marketplace-survey-results
  22. 22. 22 © IBM Corporation, 2016 Proof Points http://www.ibmsystemsmag.com/power/businessstrategy/executiveperspective/Allan-COMMON-2016/ #IBMiOSS
  23. 23. 23 © IBM Corporation, 2016 POWER8 Overview Optimized for Data Open Innovation Platform Superior Cloud Economics
  24. 24. 24 © IBM Corporation, 2016 Power S814 Power S824 Power S822 Power S812L Power S822L Scale-out Systems (1 & 2 sockets) IBMPowerSystems Enterprise Systems (4+ sockets) Power E880CPower E870C Power S824L Power Systems Range Operating Systems or Hypervisors Management Power S812 Power E850C
  25. 25. 25 © IBM Corporation, 2016 IBM i System Support http://www-01.ibm.com/support/docview.wss?uid=ssm1platformibmi
  26. 26. 26 © IBM Corporation, 2016 IBM Power 770 annoucements Type Model Announced Available Marketing Withdrawn Service Discontinued 9117-MMB 2009/02/09 2010/03/16 2012/08/31 - 9117-MMC 2011/10/12 2011/10/21 2015/01/06 - 9117-MMD 2012/10/03 2012/10/19 2015/11/30 - 9119-MME 2014/10/06 2014/11/18 2017/07/14 - 9080-MME 2016/09/19 2016/09/29 - - “Loose parts” POWER7 withdrawals for B & C models • Withdrawal from marketing, not withdrawal from service • POWER7+ not included in this 2017 action Of interest for POWER7 (model B&C) servers • Processor & memory activations -- effective end Oct 2017 • Processor & Memory cards – effective end Aug 2017 • PCIe I/O drawers – effective end Aug 2017 • FYI -- expect PCIe adapters, Disk/SSD features in next announcement letters 28th Feb 2017 Announce
  27. 27. 27 © IBM Corporation, 2016 POWER8 Overview Optimized for Data Open Innovation Platform Superior Cloud Economics
  28. 28. 28 © IBM Corporation, 2016 Since the IBV 2012 study, the cloud technology has become much more mainstream 1IBV report: “The Power of Cloud - Driving Business Model Innovation”, 2012. Link: https://ibm.biz/Bd4uzw Today, 78% says cloud initiatives are coordinated or fully integrated In 2012, only 34% said they had a solid plan in adopting cloud1 10%0% 30%20% 50%40% Fully integrated as part of an overall strategic transformation Multiple related initiatives within a coordinated program Ad hoc initiatives with some coordination among business group Ad hoc initiatives with no coordination among business group 44% 34% 3% 19% 10%0% 30%20% We have redesigned our business process due to cloud We have redesigned out IT infrastructure due to cloud We have adopted or plan to adopt cloud 21% 7% 6% How enterprise cloud initiatives are viewed within respondent’s organization Level of cloud adoption in respondent’s organization
  29. 29. 29 © IBM Corporation, 2016 Though cloud adoption is maturing, nearly half of workloads are expected to remain on on-premise dedicated servers 45% workloads will continue to be on dedicated servers demanding executives to be fully cognizant of what value an optimal combination of cloud and traditional IT can deliver Third party hosted cloud Self hosted private cloud On-premise dedicated servers 10% 0% 30% 20% 50% 40% 60% 80% 70% 100% 90% 2 years ago Today 2 years from now 26% 30% 44% 25% 31% 44% 25% 30% 45% Percentage distribution of respondent’s IT infrastructure workloads
  30. 30. 30 © IBM Corporation, 2016 Strategic Cloud & Virtualization Advances • Virtualization functions since 7.1 –Network Install through Live Partition Mobility • Backup to a Cloud with BRMS –Softlayer repository announced 4Q ‘16 • IBM & Industry infrastructure –PowerVM & PowerVC • Cloud & Managed Service Providers –New IBM Services offering +Virtualization of networks and storage –for “as a Service” and HA
  31. 31. 31 © IBM Corporation, 2016 IBM Power Systems Enterprise Cloud Infrastructure On-Premises Cloud Hybrid Infrastructure Complementary Built-in Cloud Deployment Service Options Transform traditional infrastructure with automation, self-service and elastic consumption models Securely extend to Public Cloud with rapid access to compute services and API integration • OpenStack-based Cloud Management: enabling DevOps to Full production • Open source automation (installation and config. recipes) • Flexible elastic private cloud capacity and consumption models • Cross Data Center Inventory and Performance Monitoring via the IBM Cloud • Manage VMs across on and off-premises clouds with a single pane of glass (e.g., VMware vRealize) • Securely connect traditional workloads with cloud- native apps (Power & API Connect, BlueMix) • Optional DR as a Service (GDR for Power) • Free access and capacity flexibility with SoftLayer - Free SoftLayer starter pack (12 server months) - Flexibility to run capacity On Premises or in SoftLayer • Design for Cloud Provisioning and Automation • Build for Infrastructure as a Service • Build for Cloud Capacity Pools across Data Centers • Design for Hybrid Cloud with BlueMix • Deliver with automation for DevOps • Deliver with Database as a Service
  32. 32. 32 © IBM Corporation, 2016 CCI (VMs) Off-premise On-premise AIX X LINUX IBM i VPN Intel SecurityServices SecurityServices Nova PowerKVM PowerVM 2.5 1.3 Novalink HMC Pre-POWER8 Nova Partition OpenStack Services Nova API Nova Core POWER8 Power & Hybrid Cloud Architecture for IaaS with PowerVC & IBM Cloud Orchestrator POWER8 PowerVM LINUX Baremetal Intel PowerKVM Nov a LINUX AIX X IBM i
  33. 33. 33 © IBM Corporation, 2016 Off-premiseOn-premise AIX X LINUX IBM i VPN Baremetal Intel SecurityServices SecurityServices IBM PowerVC Cloud Edition (openstack liberty) PowerVM Power & Hybrid Cloud Architecture for IaaS with Openstack Novalink Nova Partition OpenStack Services Nova API Nova Core PowerKVM Self Service Catalog Metering Multitenancy PowerVM HMC Nova PowerKVM LINUX AIX X IBM i LINUX Pre-POWER8 POWER8 POWER8
  34. 34. 34 © IBM Corporation, 2016 Off-premiseOn-premise AIX RHEL IBM i Power & Hybrid Cloud Architecture for PaaS VPN Baremetal Intel SecurityServices SecurityServices Patterns Creation & Deployment Middleware& Software Service Middleware & Software Engine Patterns Designer Service Patterns Engine UrbanCode Deploy Power KVM CCI (VMs) Intel Novalink Nova Partition OpenStack Services Nova API Nova Core Power KVM
  35. 35. 35 © IBM Corporation, 2016 Services and APIs
  36. 36. 36 © IBM Corporation, 2016 PASE RPG Cobol IBM i Native Solutions IBM i Enabling solutions for your business
  37. 37. 37 © IBM Corporation, 2016 Open Source on IBM i IBM i Enabling solutions for your business PASE RPG Cobol IBM i Native Solutions
  38. 38. 38 © IBM Corporation, 2016 PASE RPG Cobol IBM i Native Solutions Linux Solutions Expanded Linux ecosystem of solutions for CAMSS Open Source on IBM i IBM i Enabling solutions for your business
  39. 39. 39 © IBM Corporation, 2016 Off-premise On-premise VPN SecurityServices SecurityServices Contain er Systems of Record Systems of Engagement Bluemix AIX RHEL IBM i System of Record – System of Engagement integration: • New mobile application connected to back end • Legacy systems modernization • Secure Gateway services (secure gateway service on Bluemix , client on premise) Power & Hybrid Cloud Reference Architecture: Modernization of Legacy environment
  40. 40. 40 © IBM Corporation, 2016 Instant Runtime M Q T T / N O D E . J S ™ MobileFirst Send wishes + GPS DB2 Get html page Bluemix Bootstrap f ram ew ork On-premise Users (MQTT + JS in Browser) Restful Server (API provider) Data Centric Solution Find nearest Store and direction to it Let vendor know Query Twitter DMZ (SoE) (SoR) SoE-SoR integration : Mobile Architecture Overview
  41. 41. 41 © IBM Corporation, 2016 IBM i Priorities • Solutions for Today and the Future – Focus on solutions integration with new technology – Invest in DB2 and language features for strategic solutions – Enable Mobile Device Support • Systems On-Site or In the Cloud – Exploit future POWER system technology – Deliver advanced virtualization of system & storage – Provide resiliency, availability & flexibility • Simple & Integrated, Secure & Available – Simplify management of systems and high availability – Broaden storage area network integration – Extend industry-leading integrated security #ibmioss
  42. 42. 42 © IBM Corporation, 2016 OpenPOWER drives industry innovation The OpenPOWER Foundation creates an open ecosystem, using the POWER Architecture to share expertise, investment, and server-class intellectual property to serve the evolving needs of customers. Performance of leading POWER architecture Broadens the capability and performance of the POWER platform Collaboration across multiple thought leaders Collaborative development model drives collective thought leadership, simultaneously across multiple disciplines Open Development OpenPOWER enables greater innovation through both open software and open hardware
  43. 43. 43 © IBM Corporation, 2016 OpenPOWER Open Interfaces OpenPOWER open interfaces enable an unbeatable innovation pace CAPI NVLink 40 GB/s CAPI 16 GB/s POWER8 Memory Interface Control Server Class Memory DMI IBM and Partner Devices GPU
  44. 44. 44 © IBM Corporation, 2016 OpenPOWER Linux Cluster (LC) Systems S821LC MTM: 8001-12C Code Name: Stratton S822LC for Big Data MTM: 8001-22C Code Name: Briggs S822LC for HPC MTM: 8335-GTB Code Name: Minsky (was Garrison) Power S822LC MTM: 8335-GCA Code Name: Firestone
  45. 45. 45 © IBM Corporation, 2016 IBM-Nvidia Servers Achieve High-Performance Computing Milestone In Oil Industry • In February, Exxon Mobil bragged it had reached a major computing breakthrough in its industry. Across 716,800 processors (that's 32 processors on 22,400 servers)… • But when Vincent Natoli, president of tiny Bel Air, Maryland-based reservoir simulation software company Stone Ridge Technology, heard of Exxon's accomplishment, he knew he could do better. • 30 IBM servers consisting of 60 IBM processors along with 120 Nvidia graphics processors. https://www.forbes.com/sites/aarontilley/2017/04/25/ibm-nvidia-servers-achieve-high- performance-computing-milestone-in-oil-industry/#7c5c17a32633
  46. 46. 46 © IBM Corporation, 2016 EnterpriseDB on Power Systems Price-Performance Guarantee • • IBM Power Systems guarantees the S822LC for Big Data system built with POWER8 delivers at least a 1.8X price-performance advantage versus x86 based servers when running a virtualized customer application/workload based on EnterpriseDB Postgres 9.5. 1.8X price-performance means that the customer's documented throughput performance on the S822LC POWER8 divided by the sum of the price of the system and associated EnterpriseDB licenses will be at least 1.8 times that of the customer's documented throughput performance on the x86 based system divided by the sum of the price of the comparable x86 system and associated EnterpriseDB licenses EX: If transactions per second on the S822LC are 18,000 and 10,000 on the x86 based system, while the price of the S822LC and associated EnterpriseDB licenses is $10,000, and the price of the x86 based system and associated EnterpriseDB licenses is $10,000, then the Throughput Performance Per Price would be exactly 1.8 times advantaged and the guaranty would be met." Notes: 1. Client’s POWER8 Machine and the x86 Machine must be running at similar utilization rates. Eligible Machine and the Compared Machine must be partitioned with at least 4 equal sized partitions. 2. Client’s POWER8 Machine’s system performance cannot be constrained by I/O subsystem. Specifically, the I/O subsystem on the POWER8 Machines must achieve greater than or equal I/O bandwidth and operations per second than the x86 Machine. 3. Client’s POWER8 Machine’s physical memory must be the same or greater than the physical memory on the x86 Machine 4. Client is responsible for demonstrating comparable real-world representative workload between the POWER8 Machine and the x86 Machine through the use of the IBM provided tools and comparable tools on x86 systems. 5. 1.8x guarantee is based on list price for the x86 based server (Dell, Cisco,or HP) and list price for the IBM S822LC for Big Data. 6. EnterpriseDB Postgres Advanced Server 9.5 license are priced at $1750 per core - EDB 9.5 http://www.enterprisedb.com/products-services-training/subscriptions-power The IBM Power S822LC for Big Data server (20-core/2.92 GHz 256GB memory, 4 TB SATA Storage) must be purchased from IBM or an authorized IBM Business Partner prior to March 31, 2017. The guarantee period is valid for three (3) months from the date of purchase. The x86 based systems must be comparably configured branded servers from Cisco, Dell, or HP and the client is responsible for all EnterpriseDB licenses. 1.8 X price-performance means that the customer's documented throughput performance on the S822LC POWER8 divided by the sum of the price of the system and associated EnterpriseDB licenses will be at least 1.8 times that of the customer's documented throughput performance on the x86 based system divided by the sum of the price of the comparable x86 system and associated EnterpriseDB licenses Remediation: IBM will provide additional performance optimization and tuning services consistent with IBM Best Practices, at no charge. If unable to reach guaranteed level of price-performance, IBM will provide additional equally configured systems to those already purchased to reach the guaranteed level of price- performance.
  47. 47. 47 © IBM Corporation, 2016 MongoDB on POWER8 Price-Performance Guarantee • • • IBM Power Systems guarantees the Power S822LC for Big Data system built with POWER8 delivers at least a 2X price- performance advantage vs. x86 based servers when running a customer application/workload based on MongoDB. 2X price-performance means that the customer's documented throughput performance on the S822LC POWER8 divided by the price of the system will be at least 2 times higher than the customer's documented throughput performance on the x86 based system divided by the price of the comparable x86 system. EX: If transactions per second on the S822LC are 20,000 and 10,000 on the x86 based system, while the price of the S822LC is $10,000, and the price of the x86 based system is $10,000, then the Throughput Performance Per Price would be exactly 2 times higher and the guaranty would be met." Notes: 1. Client’s POWER8 Machine and the x86 Machine must be running at similar utilization rates. 2. Client’s POWER8 Machine’s system performance cannot be constrained by I/O subsystem. Specifically, the I/O subsystem on the POWER8 Machines must achieve greater than or equal I/O bandwidth and operations per second than the x86 Machine. 3. Client’s POWER8 Machine’s physical memory must be the same or greater than the physical memory on the x86 Machine 4. Client is responsible for demonstrating comparable real-world representative workload between the POWER8 Machine and the x86 Machine through the use of the IBM provided tools and comparable tools on x86 systems. 5. This guarantee applies only to server sales in North America only. 6. 1.8x guarantee is based on a discounted list price (maximum discount 35%) for the x86 based server (Dell, Cisco, HP or Lenovo) and a discounted list price (maximum discount 15%) for the IBM S822LC for Big Data. The IBM Power S822LC for Big Data server (20-core/2.92 GHz 128GB memory, 4 TB SATA Storage) must be purchased from IBM or an authorized IBM Business Partner prior to March 31, 2017. The guarantee period is valid for three (3) months from the date of purchase. The x86 based systems must be comparably configured branded servers from Cisco, Dell, HP, or Lenovo and the client is responsible for all MongoDB licenses. 2 X throughput performance per price means that the customer's documented throughput performance on the S822LC POWER8 system based on either queries, operations or transactions per second divided by the price of the such system will be at least 2 times higher than the customer's same documented throughput performance on the x86 based system divided by the price of such comparable x86 system. Remediation: IBM will provide additional performance optimization and tuning services consistent with IBM Best Practices, at no charge. If unable to reach guaranteed level of price-performance, IBM will provide additional equally configured systems to those already purchased to reach the guaranteed level of price- performance.
  48. 48. 48 © IBM Corporation, 2016 Hortonworks HDP running on POWER8 Price-Performance Guarantee • • IBM Power Systems guarantees the Power S822LC for Big Data system built with POWER8 delivers at least a 3X price-performance advantage vs. x86 based results when running a customer application/workload with Tez/Hive LLAP on Hortonworks HDP under the conditions noted below. A Worker Node is a server carrying out the HDP query functions, with one Worker Node per server. 3X price-performance means that the customer's documented throughput performance on the cluster of S822LC for Big Data Worker Nodes divided by the price of the cluster of Worker Nodes will be at least 3 times higher than the customer's documented throughput performance on the cluster of x86 based Worker Nodes divided by the price of the cluster of x86 Worker Nodes. EX: If queries per second on the cluster of S822LC Worker Nodes are 30,000 and 10,000 on the cluster of x86 based Worker Nodes, while the price of the S822LC Worker Node cluster is $10,000, and the price of the x86 based Worker Node cluster is $10,000, then the Throughput Performance Per Price would be exactly 3 times higher and the guarantee would be met." Notes: 1. Client’s Power S822LC for BD Worker Nodes and the x86 Worker Nodes must be running at similar utilization rates of at least 50% or higher, using the same software stack as described in Note #4, and which are configured similarly. 2. Client’s Power S822LC for BD performance cannot be constrained by I/O subsystem. Specifically, the I/O subsystem on the Power S822LC for BD Worker Node must achieve greater than or equal I/O bandwidth and operations per second than the x86 Worker Node. 3. Client’s Power S822LC for BD Worker Node’s physical memory must be the same or greater than the physical memory on the x86 Worker Node. 4. Applicable software stack is Tez/Hive LLAP on HDP 2.6 or later for both the Power S822LC and x86-based Worker Nodes. 5. Client is responsible for demonstrating comparable real-world representative workload between the Power S822LC for BD Worker Node and the x86 Worker Node through the use of the IBM provided tools and comparable tools on x86 systems. 6. 3X guarantee is based on a list price for x86 servers from Dell, Cisco, HP or Lenovo based on E5-2600 v4 or earlier processor technology and the IBM S822LC for Big Data. The IBM Power S822LC for Big Data servers (22-core/2.89 GHz) used as Worker Nodes must be purchased from IBM or an authorized IBM Business Partner prior to September 30, 2017. The guarantee period is valid for three (3) months from the date of purchase. The x86-based Worker Nodes must be comparably configured branded servers from Cisco, Dell, HP, or Lenovo and the client is responsible for all Hortonworks licenses. 3X throughput performance per price means that the customer's documented throughput performance on the cluster of Power S822LC for BD Worker Nodes based on either queries, operations or transactions per second divided by the price of the cluster of Worker Nodes will be at least 3 times higher than the customer's same documented throughput performance on the cluster of x86 Worker Nodes divided by the price of said cluster of x86 Worker Nodes. Remediation: IBM will provide additional performance optimization and tuning services consistent with IBM Best Practices, at no charge. If unable to reach the guaranteed level of price-performance, IBM will provide additional equally configured Worker Nodes to those already purchased to reach the guaranteed level of price- performance. POP04058USEN-01
  49. 49. 49 © IBM Corporation, 2016 Processor Technology Roadmap Continued Investment in POWER 2014  12 Cores  SMT8  2X DPFP  PCIE Gen 3  Coprocessor (CAPI)  Enhanced Prefetch  NVLink 1.0  2X CAPI 2020+  24 Cores  New µArchitecture  Direct-attach DDR4  Gen4 PCIe  CAPI 2.0  OpenCAPI 3.0  NVLink 2.0 650mm2 POWER8 22 nm POWER8 w/ NVLink 22 nm POWER9 14 nm 659mm2 2016 2017 POWER10  48 Cores  New µArchitecture  Enhanced Memory  OpenCAPI 4.0  Future NVLink 695mm2 Future POWER11  >48 Cores  New µArchitecture  2x SIMD width  Future NVLINK  Future OpenCAPI
  50. 50. 50 © IBM Corporation, 2016 Watson Puts On A Show At COMMON • From Therese Eaton’s Pick ‘n’ Mix • https://www.itjungle.com/2017/05/08/ watson-puts-show-common/ • “…mentioning the introduction of Power9 servers would come late in 2017, with IBM i versions unavailable until early 2018.”
  51. 51. 51 © IBM Corporation, 2016 IBM, Mellanox, and NVIDIA awarded $325M U.S. Department of Energy’s Super Computer bids Two super computers for Oak Ridge and Lawrence Livermore Labs in 2017. Sequoia (LLNL) 2012 - 2017 Mira (ANL) 2012 - 2017 Titan (ORNL) 2012 - 2017 Current DOE Leadership Computers 5x – 10x Higher Application Performance versus Current Systems >100 PF, 2 GB/core main memory, local NVRAM, Mellanox EDR 100Gb/s InfiniBand, IBM POWER CPUs, NVIDIA Tesla GPUs
  52. 52. 52 © IBM Corporation, 2016 “ZAIUS”, the next Google machine fueled with IBM POWER9 April 2016, during OpenPOWER Summit 2016, Google annonced a partnership with Rackspace to develop a new server plateform, based on IBM POWER9, code-named ZAIUS. More information: http://www.nextplatform.com/2016/04/06/inside-future- google-rackspace-power9-system/ http://www.theregister.co.uk/2016/04/07/open_power_s ummit_power9/
  53. 53. 53 © IBM Corporation, 2016 Statement of Direction for transition to high-end POWER9 systems • IBM plans to offer system upgrades from Power E870, E870C, E880, E880C systems to the next generation high-end system with POWER9 processors, when available. These upgrades are designed to maintain the serial number of the existing POWER8 system. • IBM intends to deliver the capability for the next generation high-end system with POWER9 processors to participate in the same Power Enterprise Pool with Power E870, E880, or E870C/E880C systems. • New Mobile Processor and Memory activation features purchased on a POWER8 system are planned to be eligible to convert and migrate to the next generation high-end Power system at no additional charge. IBM’s statements regarding its plans, directions and intent are subject to change or withdrawal without notice at IBM’s sole discretion. Information regarding potential future products is intended to outline our general product direction and it should not be relied on in making a purchasing decision. The information mentioned regarding future potential products is not a commitment, promise or legal obligation any material, code or functionality. Information about potential future products may not be incorporated into any contract. The development, release and timing of any future features or functionality described for our products remains at our sole discretion. https://www-01.ibm.com/common/ssi/ShowDoc.wss?docURL=/common/ssi/rep_ca/5/877/ENUSZG17-0095/index.html&lang=en&request_locale=en
  54. 54. 54 © IBM Corporation, 2016http://www.nextplatform.com/2016/08/24/big-blue-aims-sky-power9/
  55. 55. 55 © IBM Corporation, 2016 IBM i Strategy Power Solutions  Delivering an integrated platform focused on leading industry applications  Engaging with partner ISVs & MSPs for flexible solutions delivery options  Enabling clients to transform their customer experience via mobile solutions Open Platform for Choice  IBM demonstrating commitment with continuing deliverables - IBM i 7.3 & TRs  Providing new capabilities between releases based on user feedback  Growing IBM i solutions options including open source languages and applications The Integrated Promise of IBM i  Deliver a simple, high value platform for business applications  Provide exceptional security and resiliency for critical business data  Leverage IBM systems, storage and software technologies
  56. 56. © IBM Corporation, 2016 Questions? David Spurway – IBM Power Systems Product Manager Email: david.spurway@uk.ibm.com Phone: 07717 892 896 Twitter, LinkedIn, YouTube
  57. 57. Cognitive Systems https://facebook.com/IBMPowerSystems https://twitter.com/IBMPowerSystems https://www.linkedin.com/company/ibm-power-systems IBM Power Systems Official Channels: http://www.youtube.com/c/ibmpowersystems https://www.ibm.com/blogs/systems/topics/servers/power- systems/ Power Systems Social Media
  58. 58. Cognitive Systems More to Follow: Blogs to Follow More to Follow Hashtags To Use • IBM Systems Magazine You and I (Steve Will) • IBM Systems Magazine i-Can (Dawn May) • IBM Systems Magazine: iDevelop (Jon Paris and Susan Gantner) • IBM Systems Magazine: iTalk with Tuohy • Aaron Bartell Blog • Steve Pitcher Blog • Trevor Perry Blog • IBM DB2 for i (Mike Cain) • IBM DB2 Web Query for i (Doug Mack) • Modern-i-zation (Tim Rowe) @IBMSystems @COMMONug @IBMChampions @IBMSystemsISVs @LinuxIBMMag @OpenPOWERorg @AIXMag @IBMiMag @ITJungleNews @SAPonIBMi @SiDforIBMi @IBMAIXeSupp @IBMAIXdoc #PowerSystems #IBMi #IBMAIX #POWER8 #LinuxonPower #OpenPOWER #HANAonPower #ITinfrastructure #OpenSource #HybridCloud #BigData
  59. 59. 59 © IBM Corporation, 2016
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