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  1. 1. Power Systems Virtualization August 2014 T. R. Bosworth Power Virtualization Offering Manager trbosworth@us.ibm.com The foundation for the Cloud
  2. 2. © 2014 IBM Corporation IBM and BP Use only not for customers Student Guide & Workshop & Internal Training & Confidential Update Daily https://goo.gl/VVmVZ0 IBM POWER Sales Bootcamp http://ouo.io/bNuFfw Enterprise Power Systems Transition to POWER7 Technology http://ouo.io/1HnZ7 Presentation - Guide IBM_11g_R2_RAC_2 http://ouo.io/4GLhvq Presentation - Linux on Power http://ouo.io/ZTKdy Presentation - Oracle on Power Power advantages and license optimization http://ouo.io/CR0kla Presentation - AIX Performance Updates & Issues http://ouo.io/PsK4q Presentation - Power Systems - Entry Server Deep Dive http://ouo.io/0v0gs Power Bootcamp_Expose-Address UNIX Concerns http://ouo.io/VKYIJN POWER7 Communications Sector Business Enablement Call http://ouo.io/PaMgtg The Advantages of POWER7 http://ouo.io/0U1NX IBM Power Systems Power7 Announcement http://ouo.io/CZ3mk 2
  3. 3. © 2014 IBM Corporation IBM and BP Use only not for customers3 Virtualization is an essential enabling technology Offers maximum value when it is applied across the datacenter Virtualized resources are balanced, elastic and optimized for scaling and pooling which enable cloud based services Virtualization and Cloud Infrastructure must be Dynamic, Flexible Efficient, Scalable Reliable Secure
  4. 4. © 2014 IBM Corporation IBM and BP Use only not for customers Why Cloud? Cloud drives responsiveness 50% more IT resources allocated to new projects2 50% of staff time is spent on new projects2 50% report supporting high degree of organizational change2 70% of IT budget is devoted to operations and maintenance1 35% of staff time is spent on new projects2 6% report supporting high degree of organizational change2 Cloud data centerTraditional data center 1. IDC Analyst, Matt Eastwood, IDC Directions Presentation 2. IBM/IDC:Data center operational efficiency best practices, 2012 (link) “It used to take us three to four months to develop a new business application, now it is only two to three days, giving us a much better chance to corner the market before our competitors have a chance to enter the fray.” Dr. Lifeng Liu, General Manager Assistant in the Network Development Department, China Telecom Value delivered…
  5. 5. © 2014 IBM Corporation IBM and BP Use only not for customers IBM Power Systems Advantages for Cloud  Exceptional Reliability, Availability and Serviceability (RAS)  Leadership virtualization  Certified security  Growing ecosystem and strong economics  Open platform of choice
  6. 6. © 2014 IBM Corporation IBM and BP Use only not for customers Power Virtualization Options 6 PowerVM is Power Virtualization that will continue to be enhanced to support AIX, IBM i Workloads as well as Linux Workloads 2004 Initial Offering Q2 2014 Initial Offering PowerKVM provides an open source choice for Power Virtualization for Linux workloads. Best for clients that aren’t familiar with Power and Linux centric admins.
  7. 7. © 2014 IBM Corporation IBM and BP Use only not for customers PowerKVM & Power Goals & Strategy  Provide Open Source Server Virtualization Offering for Power Targeted to new Linux Workloads  Provide simplicity and familiarity for VMware and KVM Intel Linux Admins  Accelerate adoption of Power Linux Systems by having a Linux oriented virtualization offering  Allow cloud providers to easily integrate Power Linux servers into their OpenStack environments  Selling Strategies This is not meant to be sold to our traditional Power Workloads!! Meant for new Linux scale-out workloads 7
  8. 8. © 2014 IBM Corporation IBM and BP Use only not for customers • Kernel-Based Virtual Machine(KVM) Linux based virtualization For Scale Out POWER8 Linux Servers • Processor and memory sharing and over commitment enables higher VM and workload consolidation • Dynamic addition & removal of virtual devices • Live VM Migration enables higher availability and allows workload balancing • Exploits P8 Features like Micro-Threading providing greater scheduling granularity vs x86 virtualization • Exploits performance, scalability and security built into Linux • Managed by PowerVC and open source tools which provides flexible familiar Linux admin tools • Supports Redhat, SUSE, Ubuntu Linux Guests PowerKVM v2.1 Open Virtualization Choice for Linux-only Scale-out Servers Reduces IT Infrastructure costs Optimize Linux workload consolidation at a lower cost Simplify your virtualization management using open source tools Announce – 4/28 GA – 6/10  Optimize Linux Workload Consolidation and scale out of workloads at a lower cost of ownership  Maintain flexibility and agility by exploiting Open Source Community  Leverage traditional Linux admin skills on Power Systems to administer virtualization  Use open source tools like OpenStack to manage virtualization NEW 8
  9. 9. © 2014 IBM Corporation IBM and BP Use only not for customers KVM Architecture Overview 9 KVM - Kernel-Based Virtual Machine Loadable Kernel Module that provides server virtualization for Memory and CPU QEMU – Quick Emulator virtualizes I/O Guests run a normal Linux Process scheduled by the Linux Scheduler Originally designed for x86 and uses hardware assists. Intel VT, AMD-V QEMU Quick Emulator
  10. 10. © 2014 IBM Corporation IBM and BP Use only not for customers KVM on Power... What? Power8 Platform OPAL FW Qemu VM1 RHEL VM2 SLES Libvirt API & virsh CLI Linux Kernel PowerKVM Host Console Shell CLI Linux Userspace Openstack End-node components Kimchi Openstack controller Xcat Chef Puppet Custom scripts Smart Cloud Entry Kimchi Browser Or Client CLI / IPMIFSP SUSE Manager KVM VM3 Fedora 10
  11. 11. © 2014 IBM Corporation IBM and BP Use only not for customers Platform Management Virtualization Management Cloud Management PowerVCPowerVC CMWOCMWO Infrastructure as a service with IBM Cloud Manager With OpenStack(formerly Smart Cloud Entry) Virtualization Management with PowerVC Linux / x86 Style of Platform Management PowerKVM Management Strategy • IPMI for Power Cycling and control • Hardware logs in PowerKVM host • Firmware updates through Linux host • Simple Management solution for PowerKVM • Virtual Image Management and Deployment • Resource Pooling and Dynamic VM Placement • On-going optimization and VM resilience • End-user self-service provisioning and automation • Service catalog with virtual systems and applications • Subscriber and account management (multi-tenancy) • Delivered as Entry, Provisioning and Orchestration Just another KVM / Linux host. Normal open source tools & OpenStack can be used for management. 11 Host Either CMWO or PowerVC can manage a single PowerKVM host but not both.
  12. 12. © 2014 IBM Corporation IBM and BP Use only not for customers What Linux Distributions in various Power Environments? 12 Linux Release Endian Dedicated LPAR PowerVM Guest PowerKVM Guest Redhat 5.10 Big    Redhat 6.4 Big    Redhat 6.5 Big    Redhat* 7 Big    SUSE 11 SP3 Big    Ubuntu* 14.04 Little    1. Select the applications you want to run on Linux on Power 2. Then look at the Linux distributions that are available for those apps 3. Pick your Linux distribution of choice *Exploits P8
  13. 13. © 2014 IBM Corporation IBM and BP Use only not for customers13 PowerKVM Exploits POWER8 Micro-Threading VM1 Traditional PowerVM and PowerKVM Dispatches the complete core to the VM CPU Core PowerKVM with Micro-Threading Dispatches Multiple VMs on a single core at the same time. SMT1-2 CPU Core 4/1 Division SMT1-8 VM1 VM2 VM3 VM4 Good for many small VMs / Workloads. Enabled with the PowerKVM ppc64_cpu command. 4/1 Division is only option initially.
  14. 14. © 2014 IBM Corporation IBM and BP Use only not for customers Simple Decision Tree When should I as a seller propose PowerKVM 14 1. Proposing P8 scale-out Linux only (S812L, S822L) Hardware? Yes = PowerKVM assuming characteristics below Characteristics of a client interested in PowerKVM Open Source Oriented, Not Power Knowledgeable, KVM Already in Use, Linux only workloads, Linux Centric Admins Otherwise … Use PowerVM PowerVM is the only Choice For Following Criteria • AIX or IBM i workloads •Pre-P8 Machines •Mobility is required between physical servers supporting multiple OS es (AIX, IBM i & Linux)
  15. 15. © 2014 IBM Corporation IBM and BP Use only not for customers PowerKVM Client Conversation Example for Scale-out Workloads 15 Client – “We are really changing our strategy to really exploit open source Linux technologies and applications. Power Systems are closed and proprietary it seems like I should exit these systems” Seller – “Have you heard about our new open virtualization option for Power based on industry standard KVM called PowerKVM? This is a completely open source kernel-based VM solution for virtualization of Power Systems running Linux. Its managed just like any other KVM system with open source tools or OpenStack based solutions. We have virtualization management based on Open Stack like PowerVC and Cloud Manager with OpenStack. If you like you can use off the shelf OpenStack to manage PowerKVM. We are completely open and ready for Linux workloads”
  16. 16. © 2014 IBM Corporation IBM and BP Use only not for customers ESP Customer Example – University of NC State 16 Background – University of NC State is looking for a Big Data solution. They need virtualization to allow multiple types of processing to occur on the same servers. Chose PowerKVM because of Linux and KVM familiarity. Customer Quotes “PowerKVM is definitely ready for prime time” “IBM has done a superb job with the installation and packaging of the PowerKVM hypervisor. The layout of the system partitions manages to provide maximum flexibility while minimizing system storage overhead” Target Customers for PowerKVM Clients with… Linux Workloads Need the benefits of virtualizing workloads Sold on Open Technologies, Open Source Oriented KVM or VMware Familiar Linux admin skills
  17. 17. © 2014 IBM Corporation IBM and BP Use only not for customers PowerVM to PowerKVM Comparison Power 8 Linux only Hardware Firmware Host Software Hardware OPAL Firmware Hardware Abstraction Boot services Standalone Diagnostics PowerKVM PowerVM P6, P7, P8 Hardware Phyp Firmware - Hypervisor Linux MCP/KVM Hypervisor Guest VM Types Managers VIO Server IO Virtualization HMC, IVM, FSM, PowerVC, ISD VMControl PowerVC, OpenStack, libvirt, Open Source Tools 17
  18. 18. © 2014 IBM Corporation IBM and BP Use only not for customers PowerKVM Offering Structure  PowerKVM has a single Standard Edition = PID 5765-KVM  Socket Based Pricing with Subscription model for the PowerKVM host • Pricing is socket based and requires buying a socket pair subscription 8x5= $998 24x7 =$1,498  POWER8 Scale-out Linux Only Servers have a choice of either PowerKVM or PowerVM – Only one virtualization option can be chosen – Either PowerVM or PowerKVM can run on the system but not both  Initially eConfig will default orders to PowerVM  When PowerKVM is ordered the feature code drives proper firmware defaults – PowerKVM is preloaded on internal disk with option to disable preload – Guest Linux ISO can be preloaded for convenience to build guest VMs 18
  19. 19. © 2014 IBM Corporation IBM and BP Use only not for customers19 PowerKVM Trial?  PowerKVM is available in Software Access Catalog; Search for PowerKVM https://www-304.ibm.com/partnerworld/partnertools/eorderweb/ordersw.do  Instructions on how to transition a server from PowerVM to PowerKVM http://www-01.ibm.com/support/knowledgecenter/linuxonibm/liabp/liabppowervmkvm.htm  Restrictions -You need to ensure you have the right I/O adapters check here http://www-01.ibm.com/support/knowledgecenter/linuxonibm/liabp/liabppowervmkvm.htm -POWER8 Linux only servers -Must disconnect any HMC
  20. 20. © 2014 IBM Corporation IBM and BP Use only not for customers20 PowerVM Unique Features not in PowerKVM  Dedicated Processors  Shared Processor Pools  Shared Dedicated Processors  Guaranteed minimum entitlement  Hard Capping of VMs  Capacity on Demand  IFLs Compute Security  vTPM  Existing Security Certifications*  Firmware based hypervisor I/O  NPIV*  SR-IOV*  Dedicated I/O devices*  Redundant I/O virtualization(Dual VIOS) Configuration  DLPAR*  Support for AIX and IBM i VMs  System Pools  Ubuntu support  No HMC needed  Exploits POWER8 Micro-Threading  NFS storage support  iSCSI storage support PowerKVM Unique Features not in PowerVM *PowerKVM functionality planned Note - PowerKVM addresses a different market and will not attempt to match all PowerVM features
  21. 21. © 2014 IBM Corporation IBM and BP Use only not for customers PowerVM VS KVM Out of Box Experience Planning and Sizing Infrastructure Initial Server Configuration Virtualization Setup Initial VM Creation Advanced Virtualization Management Serviceability 21 Workload Estimator(WLE) Score request for certified storage ASM/HMC Power Control Network Config Connection to management consoles HMC / IVM Install VIOS & Configure FC Storage, Internal Disk Network definition HMC / IVM Firmware maintenance HMC Phone Home PowerVM HMC / IVM PowerVC VMControl Planning and Sizing Infrastructure Initial Server Configuration Virtualization Setup Initial VM Creation Advanced Virtualization Management Serviceability Workload Estimator(WLE) ASM: Setup FSP IP address, if no DHCP available IPMI: Remote Power Control and remote console Host OS: IP, timezone and root password (if defaults do not apply) KVM pre-loaded with reasonable defaults for storage, network and logging Point browser to Kimchi-ginger for further Host OS configuration Linux cmd line available Error logs exposed through KVM/Linux Maintenance through Linux PowerKVM Virsh command line Kimchi (Web) PowerVC Or SmartCloud
  22. 22. © 2014 IBM Corporation IBM and BP Use only not for customers 22  Reduces IT infrastructure costs – Consolidated diverse workloads save operational costs  Improves service levels – Virtualized resources can be applied dynamically to workloads as needed  Manages risk – Unrivaled flexibility enables rapid response to business change minimizing risk PowerVM: Advanced Server Virtualization  Server and Storage sprawl  Low Resource Utilization  Increasing Energy Costs  Downtime for systems can’t be tolerated  Difficult to share resources between workloads PowerVM SolutionClient Pain Points
  23. 23. © 2014 IBM Corporation IBM and BP Use only not for customers Platform Management Virtualization Management Cloud Management HMCHMC PowerVCPowerVC IBM CloudIBM Cloud Cloud Service Delivery with IBM Cloud Solutions Virtualization Management with PowerVC Power Systems Hardware Management Console Providing comprehensive and consistent management experience for rack server, blades and PureFlex IBM Power Systems Management Strategy • Hardware and firmware management for Power • Hardware and firmware configuration and controls • Service, support and update management • Hardware appliance (today); virtual appliance (tomorrow) • Management solution for PowerVM and PowerKVM • Virtual Image Management and Deployment • Resource Pooling and Dynamic VM Placement • On-going optimization and VM resilience • End-user self-service provisioning and automation • Service catalog with virtual systems and applications • Process automation, multi-tenant management and operations • Delivered as Entry, Provisioning and Orchestration
  24. 24. © 2014 IBM Corporation IBM and IBM BP use only. Not intended for customer use. Power Systems Management Options Cloud Management Virtualization Management Platform Management Host or Note A PowerKVM host can be managed by only one manager either PowerVC or CMO libvirt api
  25. 25. © 2014 IBM Corporation IBM and BP Use only not for customers25 PowerVM Editions offer a unified virtualization solution for all Power workloads  PowerVM Standard Edition – Production deployments – Server consolidation  PowerVM Enterprise Edition – Multi-server deployments – Cloud infrastructure  PowerVM for IBM PowerLinux Edition – Same Function as PowerVM EE – Restricted to Linux VMs only PowerVM Editions are tailored to client needs PowerVM Editions Standard Enterprise Concurrent VMs 20 per core** (up to 1000) 20 per core** (up to 1000) Virtual I/O Server     NPIV   Suspend/Resume   Shared Processor Pools   Shared Storage Pools   Thin Provisioning   Live Partition Mobility  Active Memory Sharing  PowerVP*  ** Requires eFW7.6 or higher * Requires eFW7.7 or higher
  26. 26. © 2014 IBM Corporation Why upgrade to PowerVM Enterprise Edition?  PowerVM Enterprise Edition is essential for clients with fully-virtualized production workloads deployed across multiple physical servers – For larger enterprise clients that have standardized on virtualized workloads – Ideal for mission-critical workloads with high uptime demands – Needed for Cloud deployments  Recent Reduction in PowerVM pricing makes upgrades less expensive  Simple Upgrade process just apply new license keys  Includes exclusive capabilities such as Live Partition Mobility, Active Memory Sharing and PowerVP virtualization performance monitoring. Example PowerVM Standard to Enterprise Upgrade 780 with 48 cores = $1,200 * 48 = $57,600 Power Systems Tiers PowerVM Standard  Enterprise Large $1200 Medium $600 Small (and blades) $200
  27. 27. © 2014 IBM Corporation PowerVM Live Partition Mobility Trial Program Details This Trial is meant to Encourage Up selling to PowerVM Enterprise Edition by demonstrating the benefit of Live Partition Mobility ELPM is available for newer POWER7 and all POWER8 systems Sell the Value of Live Partition Mobility first then if the customer is questioning if it will work with their environment, then offer the Trial This Trial Program is Meant to be used for Objection Handling once the Client is convinced the Live Partition Mobility is something that they need Customer must already have PowerVM Standard Edition and software maintenance Systems must be at Firmware Level 7.3 or above(released in May 2011) This works on any Power7 System and any POWER8 system is capable of using this trial capability – This level of firmware has an expiring key so that if PowerVM Enterprise is not purchased this feature expires automatically after 60 days – This feature would be required on the source and target systems for LPM to be used  No charge trial for a 60 day period Use this trial to close your upgrade deal!! How to order the ELPM? It is ordered by adding the ELPM feature code via econfig with a MES 27
  28. 28. © 2014 IBM Corporation IBM and BP Use only not for customers PowerVM Systems Virtualization HighlightsIntegrated • Virtualization is built in: true firmware, not optional add-on software; ISV friendly • Performance without penalty: all benchmarks published in a virtualized environment Fully Dynamic • Dynamic resource sharing: very high utilization for maximum ROI; optimized memory usage via Active Memory Sharing, Active Memory Expansion, Memory De-duplication • Dynamic LPAR resources: add & remove VM resources while VM is active; VM folding • Dynamic HW resources: CUOD, HW sparing, dynamic HW resource enablement • OS virtualization (application containers): System and Application WPARs • Live partition mobility: non-disruptive, for VMs of any size up to entire system, many concurrently, across HW generations (P6, P7, P8), WPAR mobility across AIX generations Industrial Strength • Scalability: much larger VM sizes, more VMs per server, scales linearly • Superior platform RAS: Alternate CPU recovery, multiple VIOS with multipathing, instruction level retry, memory mirroring, OS/FW resilience, hardware sparing, hardware enforced I/O access control, first failure data capture, concurrent service, etc. • Superior security: firmware approach limits attack surface (virus free; very hack resistant) Compatible • Across multiple generations: avoid or defer impact to software assets
  29. 29. © 2014 IBM Corporation IBM and BP Use only not for customers29 http://www.ibm.com/systems/power/software/virtualization PowerVM resources include white papers, demos, client references and Redbooks ( … or Google ‘PowerVM’ and click I’m Feeling Lucky) Learn more about PowerVM on the Web
  30. 30. © 2014 IBM Corporation IBM and BP Use only not for customers More Information on PowerKVM  Internal sales kit - http://w3.ibm.com/sales/support/ShowDoc.wss? infotype=SK&infosubtype=S0&node=doctype,S0|doctype,SLK&docid=64068USEN  PartnerWorld sales kit link - https://www.ibm.com/partnerworld/wps/servlet/ContentHandler/CF_64068USEN  ibm.com link ibm.com/systems/ower/software/linux/powerlinux/powerkvm  Demos – PowerKVM + PowerVC http://bit.ly/TwKM5Z http://bit.ly/TwL7Wy  FAQ.. 30 PowerKVM FAQs click to open
  31. 31. © 2014 IBM Corporation IBM and BP Use only not for customers31 This document was developed for IBM offerings in the United States as of the date of publication. IBM may not make these offerings available in other countries, and the information is subject to change without notice. Consult your local IBM business contact for information on the IBM offerings available in your area. Information in this document concerning non-IBM products was obtained from the suppliers of these products or other public sources. Questions on the capabilities of non-IBM products should be addressed to the suppliers of those products. IBM may have patents or pending patent applications covering subject matter in this document. The furnishing of this document does not give you any license to these patents. Send license inquires, in writing, to IBM Director of Licensing, IBM Corporation, New Castle Drive, Armonk, NY 10504-1785 USA. All statements regarding IBM future direction and intent are subject to change or withdrawal without notice, and represent goals and objectives only. The information contained in this document has not been submitted to any formal IBM test and is provided "AS IS" with no warranties or guarantees either expressed or implied. All examples cited or described in this document are presented as illustrations of the manner in which some IBM products can be used and the results that may be achieved. Actual environmental costs and performance characteristics will vary depending on individual client configurations and conditions. IBM Global Financing offerings are provided through IBM Credit Corporation in the United States and other IBM subsidiaries and divisions worldwide to qualified commercial and government clients. Rates are based on a client's credit rating, financing terms, offering type, equipment type and options, and may vary by country. Other restrictions may apply. Rates and offerings are subject to change, extension or withdrawal without notice. IBM is not responsible for printing errors in this document that result in pricing or information inaccuracies. All prices shown are IBM's United States suggested list prices and are subject to change without notice; reseller prices may vary. IBM hardware products are manufactured from new parts, or new and serviceable used parts. Regardless, our warranty terms apply. Any performance data contained in this document was determined in a controlled environment. Actual results may vary significantly and are dependent on many factors including system hardware configuration and software design and configuration. Some measurements quoted in this document may have been made on development-level systems. There is no guarantee these measurements will be the same on generally- available systems. Some measurements quoted in this document may have been estimated through extrapolation. Users of this document should verify the applicable data for their specific environment. Revised October 2010 Special notices
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