PureFlex er integrert fra begynnelsen av. Dette systemet tar tak I de utfordringene som en har I infrastrukturen sin rundt kabling, tuning, konfigurering etv Fritt valg av operativsystem, alt fra linux til microsoft på x86 samt at vi har Power noder som vi også kan benytte I løsningen Lagring Nettverk som er laget for å skalere til fremtidens behov innenfor infiniband, eternet med tilhørende nye standarer, fiber Støtte for flere virtualiserings løsninger Management, Management er en nøkkel faktor I denne boksen og management er på tvers av hele systemet. (US) Smartphones now represent 1 in 4 subscribers, compared to 1 in 10 just two years ago. Source: http://www.onlinemarketing-trends.com/2011/02/us-msmartphone-vs-non-smartphone-user.html Nielsen report that 31% of US mobile phone owners have a smartphone as of December 2010, and expect smartphones to become the majority by the end of 2011. eMarketer predicts that smartphone ownership will reach 43% of the US mobile population by 2015. According to figures for 2010 released by Gartner, smartphones accounted for 297 million (19%) of the 1.6 billion mobile phones sold that year. That's 72.1% more smartphone sales than in 2009. The same company expects US sales of smartphones to grow from 67 million in 2010 to 95 million in 2011, and become the highest-selling consumer electronic device category. For Q4 2010, the IDC Worldwide Quarterly Mobile Phone Tracker puts smartphone sales at 100.9 million, up some 87% over Q4 2009. They report total smartphone sales for 2010 as 302.6 million, up around 74% on 2009. The Coda Research Consultancy predict global smartphone sales of some 2.5 billion over the 2010-2015 period, and also suggest that mobile Internet use via smartphones will increase 50 fold by the end of that period. Morgan Stanley Research estimates sales of smartphones will exceed those of PCs in 2012. Gartner expect over 500 million smartphones to sell in 2012. Source: http://www.onlinemarketing-trends.com/2011/03/top-10-smartphone-market-statistics-and.html
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.
Patterns of expertise come in three types: Infrastructure patterns bridge the base system infrastructure elements like servers, storage, network, virtualization and management. Platform patterns bring into play the middleware in addition to the system infrastructure. Application patterns then bring in expertise at the business application level. Many patterns are built-in the system directly out of the box. Still more are available in a catalog for you to easily purchase and download.
Bring out the examples in speaker notes You can run dev/test of your pattern smartcloud application services, and deploy to PureApplication Flexibility to easily change your deployment from private to public or visa-versa
. if a client buys NGP Standard or Enterprise and installs SC Entry, can they install SCP and SCO on the same box later? if a client buys NGP Standard or Enterprise, can they elect to NOT install SC Entry and install SCP and SCP on that box? -Software
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)
This is why we have a point of view that PureFlex systems – as well as Flex System components – need to interoperate with the data center you have now. We work with a broad range of other IT providers to enable certified testing of their products with PureFlex and Flex System so that you can be assured of flexible, open interoperability of the systems you have with the PureFlex and Flex capabilities you choose to deploy. Compute – support for Power and x86 enables choice of AIX, IBM I, Windows or Linux applications from thousands or providers across a broad range of hypervisors Storage – We’ve recently enhanced Flex System Manager to have even more integrated support for IBM storage like DS8000 and XIV, as well as recently completed testing of interoperability with storage from EMC, NetApp, HP and Hitachi – either direct attached or virtualized behind our integrated V7000 controllers Networking – Flex and PureFlex support broad choice of networking protocols across Ethernet, Fiber Channel, Infiniband, and FCoE. And interoperability testing has been completed and documented with Cisco, Brocade and Juniper – whom you’ll hear more from later in the day. How does this compare to the competition?