zEnterprise and IBM Smart Analytics Optimizer

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This presentation provides an overview of the new IBM zEnterprise System, detailing the integration of leading IBM technologies across System z, Power, x86, Appliances and Optimizers to dramatically simplify the development and deployment of multi-architecture business applications. For companies looking to embed analytics in business processing to gain competitive advantage, the IBM Smart Analytic Optimizer capability of zEnterprise enables the true integration of transactional and analytic workloads. This offering delivers the industry’s most high performance analytic capability, to extract business insight from information assets, providing the right answer, to the right question, at the right time.

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  • The digital and physical infrastructures of the world are converging, and we are infusing intelligence into the way the world works. Computational power is being put into things we wouldn't recognize as computers. Indeed, almost anything—any person, any object, any process or any service, for any organization, large or small—can become digitally aware and networked. --Sam Palmisano All of this pervasive instrumentation enhances our ability to sense and capture what is actually happening in any given system. Where we once inferred, we now know. Where we once interpolated and extrapolated, we can now determine. The historical is giving way to the real-time. We are amassing an unimaginable amount of data in the world. In just three years, IP traffic is expected to total more than half a zettabyte. (That's a trillion gigabytes—or a 1 followed by 21 zeroes.). The IT systems must evolve. We surveyed over 1900 CFOs and senior finance executives in the IBM Global CFO Study 2010 and 73% of them revealed that they want to be able to integrate information across the enterprise – that is financial and operational data – for better performance. So with complexity and uncertainty being the norm, how are your peers addressing the challenges of the current economic environment?
  • So while the potential of a smarter planet is clear to see, the reality is that getting there is a daunting challenge. Our Data centers are not built for what is coming. The Data Center model hasn’t changed significantly over the last 25 years. Sure more and more applications and capacity have been added in that time adding significant complexity and cost. But what is changing is the velocity and scale in which transactions and data are coming at you. And as your infrastructure becomes more instrumented and interconnected, the potential security exposure and risks also increase exponentially. The current data center model is hitting a wall, it is challenged with coping with the requirements of today and is very ill-prepared to meet the demands that will be placed upon it in the future
  • Information technology today is limited by the technology and architecture configurations available. Business processes and the applications that support them are becoming more service oriented, modular in their construction, and integrated. The components of these services are implemented on a variety of architectures and hosted on heterogeneous IT infrastructures. Approaches to managing these infrastructures along the lines of platform architecture boundaries cannot optimize: alignment of IT with business objectives; responsiveness to change; resource utilization; business resiliency; or overall cost of ownership. Customers need better approach: The ability managing the IT infrastructure and Business Application as an integrated whole. The last couple of decades have witnessed an explosion in applications, architectures, and platforms. A lot of experimentation occurred in the marketplace. With the generalized availability of the internet and the appearance of commodity hardware and software, several patterns have emerged that have gained center stage. Multi-tier application architectures and their deployment on heterogeneous infrastructures are common today. What is uncommon is the infrastructure setup needed to provide the high qualities of service required by mission critical applications. Creating and maintaining these high-level qualities of service out of a large collection of distributed components takes a great amount of knowledge and effort. It implies acquiring and installing extra equipment and software to ensure availability and security, monitoring and managing. Additional manpower is required to configure, administer, troubleshoot, and tune such a complex set of separate and diverse environments. Due to platform functional differences the resulting infrastructure will not be uniform, regarding those qualities of service or serviceability. Careful engineering of the application’s several server tiers is required to provide the robustness, scaling, consistent response time, and other characteristics demanded by the users and lines of business. Despite all efforts, these infrastructures do not scale well. What is a feasible setup with a few servers becomes difficult to handle with some tens and a nightmare with hundreds. When it is doable it is expensive. residual value is nil, requiring new acquisitions and software licences, re-certification and, so to say, it is like going back to square one. In today's resource-constrained environments there must be a better way. To complete this picture on the technology side, it is now clear that performance gains from increasing chips’ frequency are diminishing. Thus, special-purpose compute acceleration will be required for greater levels of workload performance and scalability, which will result in additional system heterogeneity. Customers need better approach: The ability to manage the IT infrastructure and Business Application as an integrated whole. What our customers have told us that that they want more insight into the data to make better decisions and the ability to have their employees spend less time on simply managing their I/T but spend more time on ways to use I/T to drive better business results. Transition: The announcement of the zEnterprise System is following an evolutionary path that directly addresses those infrastructure problems. Over time, it will provide increasingly complete answers to the smart infrastructure requirements. zEnterprise, with its heterogeneous platform management capabilities alreadyprovides many of these answers, offering great value in a scalable solution that integrates and simplifies hardware and firmware management and support, as well as the definition and management of a network of virtualized servers, across multiple heterogeneous platforms.
  • IBM CONFIDENTIAL UNTIL ANNOUNCEMENT IBM CONFIDENTIAL UNTIL ANNOUNCEMENT IBM CONFIDENTIAL UNTIL ANNOUNCEMENT While many vendors are promoting a one size fits all approach to technology deployment, it is clear that an infrastructure that is built in this way is likely to be highly compromised. We have been discussing the need for workload optimization for some time now and this chart shows some of the many different types of workloads that modern businesses depend on. While every platform may be capable of running all of these types of workloads, it is highly unlikely that for any given environment, or any given business or any data center, that the most optimal technology deployment will be the same for all workloads, that’s why data centers are heterogeneous today …. Because the best fit technology for each workload varies according to each individual businesses and data centers needs. Today’s IT solutions are becoming increasingly complex, with applications built around multiple modules often in a tiered approach and it is clear that the requirements placed on IT by the different tiers of the application vary and that the optimized solution will frequently utilize heterogeneous platforms. System z can play a pivotal role in multi-tier heterogeneous solutions and can also help to drive down the cost of these environments
  • Key points: Failure to optimize your IT can significantly impact business results. This data is a statement of “today” for clients who have deployed Mainframes in an optimized way in combination with distributed systems. In this context optimized is referred to as having a Mainframe “bias” or dominant mainframe deployment pattern. Analysis of “like sized” enterprises within the same industry shows having a “mainframe bias” correlates to stronger performance. This data reflects this improved performance across multiple industries including retail, banking, transportation, industrial, oil and gas. Detail about Rubin’s methodology, what he did: profiled clients and determined an average infrastructure mix by industry and calculated a set of industry specific business metrics, i.e. the type that are reported in annual reports. Rubin stratified actual industry data to those having more mainframe bias and those having distributed bias. For these pools he re-calculated metrics. The data clearly showed in most cases across the key metrics a “mainframe biased” infrastructure has better results and provide a basis for competitive advantage
  • IBM CONFIDENTIAL UNTIL ANNOUNCEMENT Given the need to utilize multiple technologies to deliver the optimal infrastructure for cost, risk and service, we need the next generation of systems and software to be smarter, to deliver a new set of capabilities to meet the challenges of today’s and future IT. Firstly, we must create a more integrated infrastructure. We need to bring together the disparate systems within the infrastructure to create a single delivery platform that utilizes the strengths of multiple technologies in a single integrated environment where we can manage and govern end-to-end workloads across multiple technologies As we look to systems of the future and the need for massive scalability, we need to create systems that can meet these huge demands without also increasing the complexity of the environment. If we don’t achieve this, data centers will rapidly become too expensive to support and maintain and will ultimately become un-manageable. So as well as enabling scale, we must simplify the management of the infrastructure, reduce the number of separate management focal points so that we are managing more resources from fewer central points of control. Finally, If we can achieve all of the above, we can then be in a position to unleash the potential that smarter systems and smarter software provide, and enable IT to act as a platform for business innovation, leadership and competitive advantage
  • IBM CONFIDENTIAL UNTIL ANNOUNCEMENT System z has always been the epitome of (stack) integration from our Middleware offerings to our operating systems, our Firmware and the instructions themselves in the microprocessors. And we’ve adopted that same strategy quite successfully now with our Power 7 family. But in addition to that clients need to be able to integrate across multi platforms. If you don’t then complexity will eat you alive. So what we’re doing here is building a platform that allows the integration to occur for those platforms that are hosting applications that are tightly integrated with the data and transaction processing and other applications that are on the host environment. What we’re announcing in the systems - the IBM z enterprise system, new dimension in computing. It’s the world’s fastest and the most scalable enterprise system with unrivaled reliability, security and manageability. And yes, we do have the data to show that it is the fastest and most scalable. But it’s also the industry’s most efficient platform for large scale data center consolidation simplification. This is an advantage that many clients have begun to enjoy with the System z10 in the market today. You’ve probably all heard of things like the Enterprise Linux server where clients are consolidating hundreds of distributed platforms to save energy, management costs and in general, produce a more efficient operational model. This is also number three, the most - the industry’s very first true integrated virtualized system of systems integrating the leading technologies from IBM including X86 based Blades, Power 7 based Blades and the next generation System z, all to dramatically improve the productivity of these multi architectural data centers. And also to enable the private Clouds that are being built today for tomorrow’s use to deliver services to corporations and governmental institutions in a private Cloud environment while still delivering the requirements of security availability and scalability.
  • The zEnterprise System – Best in Class Systems and Software Technologies The zEnterprise System is made of up three components that work together to bring you the revolutionary best in class systems and software technologies. It is a system of systems that unifies IT for predictable service delivery. The IBM zEnterprise 196 (z196) Is the world’s fastest and most scalable system. Ideal for what you run today -- large scale data and transaction serving and mission critical applications Following the 10 year anniversary of Linux on the mainframe (2010) we understand it to be the most efficient platform for Large-scale Linux® consolidation We continue to invest in leveraging a large portfolio of z/OS® and Linux on System z applications (NOTE TO PRESENTER: Stress this point as it is important to get across to customers that zEnterprise is NOT about moving applications off of the mainframe !!!) Capable of massive scale up, over 50 Billion Instructions per Second (BIPS) The zEnterprise BladeCenter Extension (zBX) The zBX is a new System z infrastructure build to house our high performance optimizers and select IBM POWER7 and System x general purpose blades. Blades will allow us to expand our application portfolio with more AIX and Linux applications The new IBM Smart Analytics Optimizer in the zBX will allow customers to accelerate the time to gain insight and reduce cost. The WebSphere DataPower appliance (SODed for 1H11) can help simplify, govern, and enhance the security of XML and IT services by providing connectivity, gateway functions, data transformation, protocol bridging, and intelligent load distribution. Connectivity between the z196 and the zBX is with dedicated high performance private networks – one for data and one for support. (Scale out to a trillion instructions per second is based on : Aggressive zBX BIPS  Power 7 3gHz core is about 1.2 X a z core and would most likely run at 50% utilization. There are 8 cores/blade and up to 112 available blades per zBX. Therefore 1.2 * 1200 zmips*75% utilization* 8 cores/blade * 112 blades = 967 BIPS or .96 TIPS. System z + zBX > 1 TIPS) IBM zEnterprise Unified Resource Manager The Unified Resource Manager is the revolutionary piece of this solution. It is really the glue that brings this all together and represents the real innovation (in addition to the tremendous innovation on the z196). It is part of the IBM System Director family, and provides platform, hardware and workload management. Unified Resource Manager unifies the management of resources and allows the extending of System z governance across the infrastructure. It’s important to recognize that the zManager provides value to heterogeneous running only on the CEC, meaning a z/OS and z/Linux workload. The use of Linux on System z is growing rapidly and the zManager makes deploying a workload on Linux on System z much easier than ever before. Transition: Let’s look a little closer at the z196
  • A look inside the IBM zEnterprise System Note to a presenter.. this chart can wrap up what you’ve told the customer about the new solution in 1 picture. The Purple boxes and lines represent the Unified Resource Manager, it’s agents and the private support network (intra-node network management). The dotted line shows that z/OS and Linux on System z will offer monitor capabilities but not turn over management (provide agents) to Unified Resource Manager. The orange arrow at the bottom is the private data network (called Intra-ensemble data network – IEDN). You can point out the z196, the zBX, the blades and optimizers. Note to the presenter: Depending on your comfort level, and time, you can talk about: How the hypervisors are treated as system z firmware That the general purpose x and p blades are virtualized unconditionally The SE has been extended to orchestrate hardware operational control for the blades as well as for System z (config, problem management, call home, etc) The blades are optional, and you get the Unified Resource Manager capabilities with the system z196 (don’t need a zBX to get value) The role of the HMC is being extended, and is evolving to be a full function platform management appliance The HMC represents the "management access point" for all Unified Resource Manager management functions The hypervisors are PS/SM, z/VM, PowerVM and there will be a hypervisor for System x when it’s available 1H11. There is compelling value here is that the Unified Resource Manager has "workload awareness" where workloads consist of virtual images across the hybrid Also we offer performance management to monitor the CPU We deliver end-to-end consistent hardware service management (CE, patch, call home) for the entire h/w topology.
  • IBM CONFIDENTIAL UNTIL ANNOUNCEMENT IBM CONFIDENTIAL UNTIL ANNOUNCEMENT IBM CONFIDENTIAL UNTIL ANNOUNCEMENT And as we say it’s the industry fastest and most scaled enterprise server. You can see that on the left. It’s a 5.2 gigahertz super scaler processor. The processor’s been enhanced with things like out of order execution and significantly more cache with a level 3 cache on the processor chip. It’s been extended with over 100 new instructions. I believe (Nehalem) was extended by eight instructions if my data - if my memory serves. We’ve added 100 new instructions specifically to accelerate the kind of applications clients are increasingly deploying on System z such as Java workloads. It’s got 3 terabytes of memory. It’s (unintelligible) memory which gives us even more redundancy and ability to operate with lots of - with a potential loss of memory to be able to continue to operate with loss of memory. Enhancements to our cryptic graphic processors and now optional water cooling is not required to achieve this performance but it does make for a more energy efficient environment for clients who are outfitting data centers with chilled water. The bottom line is you can get up to 60% in performance improvement with modern workloads such as say, Java workloads and so forth. That’s due to increases in performance on the processor, increased performance due to additional instructions, increase in performance due to new compilers and so forth so significant improvement in performance. Compared to distributor environments we continue to show that we can deliver this with up to 90% less energy and floor space than a traditional scale out environment. And total capacity of the system with 96 total cores 80 of which are configurable for client use, the remaining 16 for system processing and spares. The total capacity for users is over 60% compared to a System z10. And an interesting thought, we decided what would - give me something that would help explain just how energy efficient this is. Well let’s say you just wanted to have capacity of approximately one single core. That can deliver about a billion and a half instructions per second and consume the energy of a common domestic (toaster). The next chart is probably I think one of the most powerful charts in the deck here. And this is the one that many of you are going to say prove it.
  • zEnterprise hardware management and platform management .. Value Made Possible By the Unified Resource Manager Hypervisor Management Shipped and serviced as firmware means Simplified installation of hypervisors Automated installation and ability to cut your test cycle time means Gain significant time to market with improved speed of deployment Operational Controls No need to configure adapters, no need to reconcile discovery of resources in the environment with different names – means Save time, cost and simplify asset management Cross complex power on/off, call home – pre-emptive actions for failures (before the customer notices), guided repairs -- Decrease problem determination and resolution time for cross-platform resources Collaboration across disparate platforms means - Improve and simplify cross-platform availability procedures Improved monitoring capabilities - Enable broader and more granular view of resource consumption Network Management Having system delivered with private support and data networks means easier set up - Factory installed and configured network Isolated private network helps with - Improved network security with lower latency, less complexity, no encryption/decryption Energy Management Monitoring and trend reporting of CPU energy efficiency leads to Simplified energy management Static power savings and energy management –enabling Energy cost savings . Workload Awareness and Platform Performance Management New abilities for workload definitions Allow critical workloads to receive resources and priority based on goal-oriented policies established by business requirements Monitor of work allows customer to make Smart business adjustments based on workload insight Monitoring also allows you to Provide deep insight into how IT resources are being used Virtual Server Lifecycle Management Across heterogeneous platforms Gain flexibility, consistency and uniformity of virtualization Deploying multiple virtual images within minutes to Provide the business with faster time to market Setting up networks under Unified Resource Manager can mean Simplified network management for applications Transition: So let’s put it all together and see what this means to you.
  • IBM CONFIDENTIAL UNTIL ANNOUNCEMENT Now I mentioned Cloud a few minutes ago. If you think about the kind of requirements of a modern business essential Cloud environment typically found in an internal or maybe in the future, external Cloud, clearly the requirements of System z are - for System z kinds of qualities of service are clear - for security, virtualization, efficiency, availability and scalability. And for each of these System z has always excelled and now is extended even further with real time fraud detection, with improved cryptography. Virtualization, you know, we often talked about the ability of System z to scale up into hundreds of virtual servers. Well now between the System z Enterprise - both the zEnterprise 196 and the extension of that environment to X86 and POWER7 we calculate you could actually deploy many thousands of virtual servers in a single System z managed environment. It’s truly staggering but necessary for the kind of Clouds that people are deploying in this new world. For availability a centralized workload management capability as the unified resource manager, really allows me now to do workload management across this heterogeneous environment. And aligns my business priorities to better enable my environment to meet my stringent service level requirements. In terms of efficiency, again we can reduce labor costs by up to 70%, energy costs by up to 80% and development costs by up to 20%. This does not mean that we are saying that you should move all applications into a zEnterprise environment, What we’re saying is that for those applications that are intimately tied to the data and transaction processing conducted and hosted on z then the - then those applications are best integrated in with this zEnterprise environment.
  • While we have expanded the options available for deploying Linux workloads, utilizing Linux on z can drive significant financial benefits, particularly for larger scale deployments. With the new zEnterprise, each IFL delivers significantly more performance and capacity for a substantially lower price than System z10. With the ability to consolidate the workloads of thousands of distributed servers on to a single z196, the TCA of System z is now lower than some Intel environments for certain workloads. What’s more, with this scale of consolidation you can reduce physical floor space requirements and energy consumption by up to 90 and 80% respectively. Finally, the introduction of the Unified Resource manager brings improved workload management to a Linux on System z environment, further improving its ability to deliver great service to the business.
  • IBM Power7 and System x Blades – General purpose processors under one management umbrella What is it? The zBX containing select IBM POWER7 and System x blades introduces tighter integration between the database and the applications that need access to System z data but run on a distributed platform. The blade comes with an installed hypervisor that provides the general-purpose virtualized environment for hosting applications and offers the possibility of running an application that spans z/OS, Linux on System z, AIX on POWER, or Linux on System x (SOD) but have it under a single management umbrella. Any application that is supported by the operating system installed on the blade will run. What’s different about running the blades in the zBX? Complete management: Advanced management brings operational control and cost benefits, improved security, workload management based on goals and policies. Virtualized and Optimized: Virtualization means fewer resources are required to meet peak demands with optimized interconnection. Integrated: Integration with System z brings heterogeneous resources together that can be managed as one . Transparency: Applications certified to run on AIX 5.3 or 6.1 will also be certified and run on the POWER7 blade. No changes to deployed guest images. More applications: Brings larger application portfolio to System z. Transition: Now let’s look at the IBM Smart Analytics Optimizer solution.
  • WebSphere® DataPower® 1 appliance in the zBX -- Purpose-built hardware for simplified deployment and hardened security What is it? The IBM WebSphere DataPower appliance (SOD) integrated in the zEnterprise System, can help simplify, govern, and enhance the security of XML and IT services by providing connectivity, gateway functions, data transformation, protocol bridging, and intelligent load distribution. What makes putting the appliance into the zBX different than running it standalone attached to the z196? Security: VLAN support provides enforced isolation of network traffic with secure private networks. And integration with RACF security. Improved support: Monitoring of hardware with “call home” for current/expected problems and support by System z Service Support Representative. System z packaging: Increased quality with pre-testing of blade and zBX. Upgrade history available to ease growth. Guided placement of blades to optimize. Operational controls: Monitoring rolled into System z environment from single console. Time synchronization with System z. Consistent change management with Unified Resource Manager. Transition: So let’s review how putting these pieces together can create this ‘system of systems’
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  • The IBM Smart Analytics Optimizer is: An integration of IBM hardware, software, and storage and advanced technologies focused on business analytics, that combine to give IBM clients the industry's most high performance analytic capability, to extract business insight from information assets, providing the right answers to the right questions at the right time. It marries the best of row and columnar store technologies with a highly compressed data, in-memory, massively parallel architecture. It removes the costs of traditional performance tuning such as indices, materialized query tables (MQTs) and query plan tuning that required extensive time and expensive resources. It is optimized for full table scans (the most common BI query access pattern), that enable customers to get quick and predictable results to gain business insights. It enables queries that have been removed from the system in the past, due to their long running, high resource requirements.
  • In this new world of decision making, organizations can optimize every transaction, process and decision at the point of impact, based on the current situation, without requiring that everyone be an analytical expert For example, a retail sales associate can make better decisions at the point of impact by knowing the profile of the buyer and associated predicted behaviors of a buyer type….a telco call center rep can understand the sentiment and behaviors of his customers to prevent churn.
  • The latest hardware and software innovations from IBM make their way into Smart Analytics System. These components are deeply integrated and optimized for maximum performance. Included in this refresh of IBM Smart Analytics System 9600 are: - Support for Stand alone or Virtual deployment (LPAR based) on the zEnterprise System 196. 2x the memory capacity, up to 3 TB Up to 40% improved performance for traditional workloads Up to 60% improved performance for new workloads 60% greater total capacity per server New IBM zEnterprise Bladecenter Extension zBX - a new infrastructure extension supporting select POWER7 and IBM x86 blade servers, and workload accelerators New Unified Resource Manager which provides integrated management of heterogeneous resources across the 196 (z/OS, Linux for System z) and zBX (AIX, Linux for x86, and the integrated optimizers) The New IBM Smart Analytics Optimizer, a query workload accelerator that is fully integrated with DB2 for z/OS. For customers wanting to perform train of thought analysis on operational data marts or integrate multi-dimensional query analytics with their transactional workloads, the optimizer provides orders of magnitude query acceleration and System z qualities of service on this innovative fit-for-purpose optimizer. zManager Background Every IT installation wants to make good use of its resources and maintain the highest possible throughput, to help achieve the best possible system responsiveness and ultimately meet Service Level Agreements (SLAs). zManager helps achieve these results by providing hardware and platform management for the system. Presenting a single virtualized heterogeneous system; zManager introduces “workload context” that can be used to identify and optimize the physical and virtual system resources that support an application. This allows zManager to have workload awareness - the ability to inspect, report, and manage all connected resources (no matter what platform) used in the service of the defined workload. By being able to monitor and manage the group, dynamic adjustments can be made to ensure that all applications are provided sufficient resources to facilitate the delivery of the SLAs.
  • zEnterprise and IBM Smart Analytics Optimizer

    1. 1. The new zEnterprise and IBM Smart Analytics Optimizer Session Number BVI-3761 Christian Reilly Systems Marketing, IBM
    2. 2. T he way the world works is changing – uncertainty and complexity are the norm Digital data is projected to grow tenfold by 2011 Global trading systems are under extreme stress, handling billions of market data messages each day of CFO’s want to drive integration of information across the enterprise* Of digital data growth will be “unstructured” and requires significant effort to “understand” and analyze Explosion of information driving 54% growth in storage shipments every year 70% on average is spent on maintaining current IT infrastructures versus adding new capabilities 80% 1.5x 70¢ per $1 10x Devices will be connected to the internet by 2011 1 trillion 25 billion 73% Today’s business systems need to evolve to meet new needs *Source: IBM Institute for Business Value, The Global CFO Study 2010; 1: Rubin Worldwide – “Technology Economics: Economics of Computing -The Internal Combustion Mainframe” Global internet traffic volume expected by 2013 500,000,000 GB
    3. 3. Yet the Reality Can Seem Daunting And the reality is that these demands grow exponentially as we embrace the opportunities of a smarter planet. <ul><li>Workloads are more diverse and more complex </li></ul><ul><li>The volume of data is unprecedented </li></ul><ul><li>The sheer performance required is staggering </li></ul><ul><li>Security and resiliency are paramount </li></ul>
    4. 4. Your Datacenter??? Information technology today is limited by the technology and architecture configurations available. DS Servers LAN Servers SSL/XML Appliances Caching Appliances Routers Switches Firewall Servers File/Print Servers Business Intelligence Servers Security/Directory Servers Web Servers Application Servers System z <ul><li>Business processes are becoming more service oriented, modular and integrated. </li></ul><ul><li>Services are implemented on heterogeneous IT infrastructures. </li></ul><ul><li>Infrastructures is managed along platform boundaries - cannot optimize: alignment of IT with business objectives </li></ul><ul><li>Customers need better approach: The ability to manage the IT infrastructure and Business Application as an integrated whole. </li></ul>
    5. 5. Despite the Allure of a “one size fits all” Server Approach … <ul><li>Today’s enterprise computing environments are multi-platform for a reason. They’re optimized to run different workloads: </li></ul><ul><ul><li>Database and Transaction processing. </li></ul></ul><ul><ul><li>Analytics. </li></ul></ul><ul><ul><li>Web-based interactions. </li></ul></ul><ul><ul><li>Enterprise applications such as ERP. </li></ul></ul><ul><ul><li>The myriad of x86 applications. </li></ul></ul><ul><li>Complex solutions are optimally deployed on multi-tier heterogeneous infrastructures </li></ul><ul><li>And many cost less on System z …. </li></ul>
    6. 6. System z lowers IT spending across many industries Ba sed on an analysis of actual IT spend and business performance, comparing companies with greater than average mainframe mix vs. less than average mainframe mix…* “… in the long run the marketplace rewards those that make the optimum use of the right computing resources in the right way as evidenced by business performance ” 44% lower IT cost per credit card transaction ---* Dr. Howard Rubin, CEO and Founder Rubin Worldwide 31% lower IT costs per consumer loan 25% lower IT cost per mega watt hour produced 24% lower IT cost per hospital bed 20% lower IT cost per airline passenger 26% lower IT cost per new vehicle 25% lower IT cost per retail store 23% lower IT cost per barrel of oil
    7. 7. We Need Smarter Systems and Software for Enterprise Computing and Robust Cloud Environments <ul><li>That unify and optimize multiple systems to work as a single, integrated service delivery platform </li></ul><ul><li>That can scale without adding complexity to meet the growing demands on the infrastructure </li></ul><ul><li>That simplify data center management </li></ul><ul><li>That can turn IT into a catalyst for business innovation and growth </li></ul>© 2010 IBM Corporation
    8. 8. The IBM zEnterprise System: A New Dimension in Computing <ul><li>A “System of Systems”, integrating IBM’s leading technologies to dramatically improve productivity of today’s multi-architecture data centers and tomorrow’s private clouds. </li></ul><ul><li>The world’s fastest and most scalable enterprise system with unrivalled reliability, security, and manageability. </li></ul><ul><li>The industry’s most efficient platform for large scale data center simplification and consolidation. </li></ul>Management integration Multi-platform integration Stack integration
    9. 9. IBM zEnterprise System – Best in Class Systems and Software Technologies A system of systems that unifies IT for predictable service delivery <ul><li>Unifies management of resources, extending IBM System z qualities to the entire business process </li></ul><ul><li>Ideal for large scale OLTP and OLAP mission critical applications </li></ul><ul><li>Most efficient platform for Large-scale Linux consolidation </li></ul><ul><li>Capable of massive scale up, over 50 Billion Instructions per Second (BIPS) </li></ul><ul><li>Selected IBM POWER7 blades and IBM System x Blades 1 for tens of thousands of AIX and Linux applications </li></ul><ul><li>High performance optimizers and appliances to accelerate time to insight and reduce cost </li></ul>1 All statements regarding IBM future direction and intent are subject to change or withdrawal without notice, and represents goals and objectives only. zEnterprise Unified Resource Manager IBM zEnterprise 196 (z196) IBM zEnterprise BladeCenter Extension (zBX) HMC
    10. 10. A look inside the IBM zEnterprise System Enabling a new dimension in application architecture zBX Select IBM Blades Blade HW Resources Optimizers IBM Smart Analytics Optimizer z HW Resources z/OS z/TPF z/VSE TM Linux on System z Support Element Linux on System z z/VM Private High Speed Data Network IEDN Private Management Network INMN Unified Resource Manager 1 All statements regarding IBM future direction and intent are subject to change or withdrawal without notice, and represents goals and objectives only. Customer Network Customer Network System z Host Linux on System x 1 AIX on POWER7 DataPower 1 Future Offering Future Offering Blade Virtualization Blade Virtualization System z PR/SM ™ System z Hardware Management Console (HMC) with Unified Resource Manager Private data network (IEDN)
    11. 11. IBM zEnterprise 196: The heart of the new machine The industry’s fastest and most scalable enterprise system © 2010 IBM Corporation 60% with More capacity 60% Up to Improvement in performance Improvement in performance 35% for Less cost Up to 40% Dramatic improvement over prior generation For Linux For z/OS <ul><li>With no increase in energy consumption </li></ul><ul><li>And even better performance with new software </li></ul>5.2 GHz superscalar processor Up to 96 Cores, 1 to 80 configurable for client use Up to 3 TB RAIM memory Over 100 new instructions 1.5MB L2 Cache per core, 24MB L3 Cache per processor chip Cryptographic enhancements Optional water cooling
    12. 12. zEnterprise hardware management and platform management … 10100100101001 0100100101001 Hypervisors Energy Networks Performance Virtual Servers Operations Factory installed and configured network Improved network security with lower latency, less complexity, no encryption/decryption Allow critical workloads to receive resources and priority based on goal-oriented policies established by business requirements Smart business adjustments based on workload insight Provide deep insight into how IT resources are being used Gain flexibility, consistency and uniformity of virtualization Provide the business with faster time to market Simplified network management for applications zEnterprise Unified Resource Manager: enabling a new dimension Simplified installation of hypervisors Gain significant time to market with improved speed of deployment Save time, cost and simplify asset management Decrease problem determination and resolution time for cross-platform resources Improve and simplify cross-platform availability procedures Enable broader and more granular view of resource consumption Simplified energy management Energy cost savings HMC
    13. 13. Cloud computing: More value with zEnterprise Security industry leading security at the core of an integrated infrastructure Identifies potential fraud in Real Time Virtualization Centralize Management of virtual servers across a heterogeneous pool Enable thousands of virtual servers within a single integrated system Efficiency Economies of scale for Labor, software and environmental costs Reduce labor, energy, and development costs Availability Resiliency management and fewer points of failure Centralized workload management aligned to business priorities Scalability Ability to meet massive demands from users and data Unmatched scalability with the highest transaction processing capacity One of the largest IBM Cloud Deployments – IBM Analytic Cloud on System z with Cognos 8 BI!
    14. 14. The Most Efficient Platform for Large Scale Consolidation: Linux on System z Linux on zEnterprise <ul><li>Lower acquisition costs of hardware and software vs distributed servers* </li></ul><ul><li>Less than $1.00/day per virtual server (TCA)* </li></ul><ul><li>Reduce floor space by up to 90% compared to distributed servers* </li></ul><ul><li>Reduce energy consumption by up to 80% compared to distributed servers* </li></ul>* Distributed server comparison is based on IBM cost modeling of Linux on zEnterprise vs. alternative distributed servers. Given there are multiple factors in this analysis such as utilization rates, application type and local pricing, etc.; savings may vary by user 74% less than Nehalem 39% less than Nehalem Consolidate 40 Oracle server cores to 2 Linux Cores on zEnterprise
    15. 15. IBM POWER7 and System x Blades General purpose processors under one management umbrella <ul><li>How is it different? </li></ul><ul><li>Complete management : Advanced management brings operational control and cost benefits, improved security, workload management based on goals and policies. </li></ul><ul><li>Virtualized and Optimized: Virtualization means fewer resources are required to meet peak demands with optimized interconnection. </li></ul><ul><li>Integrated : Integration with System z brings heterogeneous resources together that can be managed as one . </li></ul><ul><li>Compatible: Applications certified to run on AIX 5.3 or 6.1 will also be certified and run on the POWER7 blade. No changes to deployed guest images. </li></ul><ul><li>More applications: Brings larger application portfolio to System z. </li></ul>1 All statements regarding IBM future direction and intent are subject to change or withdrawal without notice, and represents goals and objectives only. <ul><li>What is it? </li></ul><ul><ul><li>The zBX infrastructure can host select IBM POWER7 and System x blades. Each blade comes with an installed hypervisor that offers the possibility of running an application that spans z/OS, Linux on System z, AIX on POWER, or Linux on System x (SOD) 1 but have it under a single management umbrella. </li></ul></ul>
    16. 16. WebSphere DataPower 1 Appliance in the zBX Purpose-built hardware for simplified deployment and hardened security <ul><li>How is it different? </li></ul><ul><li>Security : VLAN support provides enforced isolation of network traffic with secure private networks. And integration with RACF ® security. </li></ul><ul><li>Improved support: Monitoring of hardware with “call home” for current/expected problems and support by System z Service Support Representative. </li></ul><ul><li>System z packaging: Increased quality with pre-testing of blade and zBX. Upgrade history available to ease growth. Guided placement of blades to optimize. </li></ul><ul><li>Operational controls: Monitoring rolled into System z environment from single console. Time synchronization with System z. Consistent change management with Unified Resource Manager. </li></ul>1 All statements regarding IBM future direction and intent are subject to change or withdrawal without notice, and represents goals and objectives only. <ul><li>What is it? </li></ul><ul><ul><li>The IBM WebSphere DataPower appliance (SOD) 1 integrated in the zEnterprise System, can help simplify, govern, and enhance the security of XML and IT services by providing connectivity, gateway functions, data transformation, protocol bridging, and intelligent load distribution. </li></ul></ul>
    17. 17. IBM SMART ANALYTICS OPTIMIZER <ul><li>zBX Appliance for Extreme Query Acceleration </li></ul>
    18. 18. Building next generation analytics systems 3x smarter Mash ups The New Intelligent Enterprise Survey…revealing a striking connection between organizations with high analytic sophistication and top performance, relative to industry peers. Top performers are three times more likely to be sophisticated exploiters of data and analytics than lower performers . MIT Sloan Management Review, A First Look at the Intelligence Enterprise Survey, 9/13/2010 The data warehouse is a mission-critical system, with data warehouses serving in an increasingly mixed workload capacity with different SLA agreements , including as a data source for online applications . Source: Gartner, Inc. 23 December 2008/ID Number: G00163473 By 2012, BI Platform capabilities will be embedded as a service within 75% of new business applications By 2012, emerging technologies will significantly drive adoption of BI to 50% of business users (e.g. interactive visualization, in-memory analytics, search, SaaS and SOA ) . Source : Gartner BI Summit 2008, 4/2008 Embedded Analytics
    19. 19. Degrees of change can produce varying outcomes Speed change on a street is changed from 35 MPH to 45 MPH People get to their location ~ 30% faster Multiple locations are tied together with a High Speed Train New housing arises further away from city centers altering communities and local economies Incremental change delivers only incremental improvement Dramatic change can alter the competitive landscape What if your business could deploy an analytic solution that could disrupt the competitive landscape?
    20. 20. IBM Smart Analytics Optimizer Insight at the Speed of Your Business <ul><li>How is it different </li></ul><ul><li>Performance: Unprecedented response times to enable 'train of thought' analyses frequently blocked by poor query performance. </li></ul><ul><li>Integration: Connects to DB2 through deep integration, providing transparency to all applications. </li></ul><ul><li>Self-managed workloads: queries are executed in the most efficient way </li></ul><ul><li>Transparency: applications connected to DB2 are entirely unaware of the accelerator </li></ul><ul><li>Simplified administration: appliance-like hands-free operations, eliminating many database tuning tasks </li></ul><ul><li>What is it? </li></ul><ul><ul><li>The IBM Smart Analytics Optimizer is a workload optimized, appliance that enables the integration of business insights into operational processes to drive winning strategies. It accelerates complex queries, with unprecedented response times. </li></ul></ul>Breakthrough Technology Enabling New Opportunities
    21. 21. With IBM Smart Analytics Optimizer, your organization could… Insurance Manufacturing Law Enforcement Retail Sales … predict claim risk for disaster scenarios … Better predict ability to deliver quantity by a given date … determine optimal cross sell at time of sale to drive additional revenue … identify suspects based upon initial witness information on arrival at scene … scan large numbers of police reports with criminal data to more effectively and rapidly identify suspects by known attributes … rapidly scan supply chain inventory, manufacturing history, and supplier performance data to asses delivery risk … analyze the exposure of assets based on large array of scenario attributes to expose risk areas … analyze customer buying behavior on-demand with like customer purchases to deliver best recommendations Smart Analytic Optimizer Capabilities
    22. 22. Extreme performance for complex queries <ul><li>Game-Changing Performance </li></ul><ul><li>Rapidly deliver information to decision makers through breakthrough technologies providing dramatic performance improvement. </li></ul><ul><ul><li>In-memory processing </li></ul></ul><ul><ul><li>Massively parallel architecture </li></ul></ul><ul><ul><li>The best of row and columnar store technologies </li></ul></ul><ul><ul><li>Highly compressed data </li></ul></ul><ul><ul><li>Compressed data operations </li></ul></ul><ul><li>Enables decision makers to submit queries they never dared in the past, that analyze trends, predict outcomes, and produce better business results . </li></ul><ul><li>Respond Better: </li></ul><ul><ul><li>Enable Analytic informed transaction processing to grow business revenue </li></ul></ul><ul><li>Evaluate Deeper: </li></ul><ul><ul><li>Massive parallelism and “in-memory” data marts deliver deeper insight at break-neck speeds </li></ul></ul>
    23. 23. Orders of Magnitude Faster for Queries Beta Customer Results ... and its acceleration factor : : 163 s 2311 s 25 s 1593 s 35 s 8s 5435 s 48x Standard Query Performance (elapsed seconds) Accelerated with IBM Smart Analytics Optimizer 511x 12x 206x 4x 1424x Times Faster 8s 4s 2s 5s 3s For customers who have struggled to achieve the required performance from their complex BI queries – the results are astounding!
    24. 24. Eliminates Costly Query Tuning Optimized for complex analysis <ul><li>No Indices </li></ul><ul><li>No MQTs </li></ul><ul><li>No query plans </li></ul><ul><li>No query rewriting </li></ul><ul><ul><li>Always scan tables!! </li></ul></ul>
    25. 25. Proven operational characteristics Integrated infrastructure that is managed by System z through Hardware Management Console and firmware <ul><li>Benefits of a System z workload optimized infrastructure </li></ul><ul><li>It broadens the System z Qualities of Service of manageability, security, availability to the business intelligence and data warehouse workloads. </li></ul><ul><li>It extends the established System z hardware management environment to the workload optimized platform., centralizing and simplifying the deployment and management </li></ul>Creates New Opportunities for Existing Systems by Using New Technology Approaches
    26. 26. IBM Smart Analytics System 9600 Now supports the zEnterprise <ul><li>Hardware Refresh </li></ul><ul><li>IBM zEnterprise System (z196) and IBM zEnterprise BladeCenter® Extension (zBX) </li></ul><ul><li>IBM Smart Analytic Optimizer - Optional </li></ul><ul><li>Firmware Refresh </li></ul><ul><li>System z Unified Resource Manager (zManager) </li></ul>Refreshed 9600 z196 zBX
    27. 27. Come see the IBM zEnterprise and IBM Smart Analytics Optimizer @ booth 702 in the Expo
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