Unix to Red Hat Enterprise Linux

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Unix to Red Hat Enterprise Linux

  1. 1. Unix 2 Red Hat Enterprise Linux Syed M Shaaf Solutions Architect February1
  2. 2. Linux Momentum Continues Expanded use in last 12 months 84% Continue in 82% year ahead “Plan to use Linux for 69% more mission-critical workloads.” Linux Adoption Trends 2012: A Survey of Enterprise End Users – A Report by the Linux Foundation in partnership with Yeoman Technology Group2
  3. 3. Linux Momentum Continues New applications and services 71.6% Migrated from Windows 38.5% In the last 2 years UNIX migrations 34.5% Linux Adoption Trends 2012: A Survey of Enterprise End Users – A Report by the Linux Foundation in partnership with Yeoman Technology Group3
  4. 4. Red Hat Enterprise Linux AdoptionIncreasing Many migrating to x86 UNIX/ Many migrating from UNIX RISC migrate to Red Hat Enterprise Linux 60% Paid Linux More applications,hardware, and device drivers on Red Hat Server units Enterprise Linux 97% shipped worldwide4
  5. 5. Preferred by ISVs, Deploy with Confidence ISV developers porting Open source = UNIX increasingly less likely Red Hat Enterprise Linux ● Deploy on multiple platforms with performance & reliability/availability features of enterprise UNIX5 ● Retain IT staff and skills
  6. 6. Why Migrate to x86 and Linux Increase choice of hardware, Legal, corporate compliance software, peripherals Hardware refresh Lower TCO, increase ROI Need to quickly adapt to change Cloud readiness Running IBM, SAP, or SAS EOL of database, operating system, hardware maint. Migrate to commodity, but Linux like tools, might as well retain skills migrate to Linux6
  7. 7. your logo hereWhy do People Select Linux?Lower total cost of ownership (TCO) 70%Features/technical superiority 68.6%Security 63.6%In-house talent experience with Linux 52.7%No vendor lock-in 52.5%Openness, ability to modify code 50.8%Long-term viability of platform 47.5%Choice of software 38.5%Choice of hardware 37.1%Linux Adoption Trends 2012: A Survey of Enterprise End Users – A Report by the Linux Foundationin partnership with Yeoman Technology Group
  8. 8. Reduce TCO Lower-cost Subscription only Predictable IT admins costs “Our analysis was correct as Taught in supporting the commodity all education hardware that Linux runs on is levels much more affordable than the ● Access to all shipping support that we needed to versions maintain proprietary hardware. ● Steady stream of The savings in support, both enhancements internally and externally, associated with Red Hat ● Proactive security Enterprise Linux is significant Used in updates governments for us.” around the ● Additional — Dean Abercrombie, hardware/software Cox Enterprises UNIX and storage8 world systems group manager support
  9. 9. Increase Choice Red Hat Enterprise Linux ● Apps certified certified on more platforms on RHEL than any other OS — from desktop to mainframe supported on KVM, Vmware, Hyper-V, Lpars ● 1000s of ● Application software isolation with and cGroups, hardware SELinux vendors sandboxes ● One of the ● Containers in largest RHEL 69 technology coming!
  10. 10. Outstanding Benefits Self healing, automatic isolation of CPU/RAM Systems to 108 cores, Improved hardware 2 TB RAM, 16 I/O  Resource awareness multi-core slots management: & NUMA cGroups Red Hat Enterprise  Integrated hypervisor Linux proven >100  Migrate VMs Energy efficient cores, many TB of regardless of power management RAM hardware features 4096 cores/64 TB RAM 91% of Top50010 UNIX down to 3.8%
  11. 11. Community-Based Innovation Innovative technology with unmatched availability, Subscribers security, scalability 12.4 6.9 5.8 25% % % % Linux kernel chang es 0 5 10 15 20 25 3011 Engineering & collaboration benefit
  12. 12. Innovation With Stability More More creativity More security end Demand points on More apps servers Cloud More More Usercollaboration flexibility data driven changes Re-image IT to grow & compete Poised to change with the times Delivers stability you need 12
  13. 13. your logo herePlatform for Mission­critical, Big Data, Virtualization, & Cloud Computing 72% expect to 69.1% will be  61% of 72% plan to  have 25% or more using Linux for  organizations use the Linux  servers virtualized  mission­critical  now cite cloud- operating  by years end based system to  workloads > 46% expect to applications, support  ability  have 50% or more with 66% using to “Big Data”  platforms Linux as their virtualized by the  primary platform efforts end of 2012Linux Adoption Trends 2012: A Survey of Enterprise End Users – A Report by the Linux Foundationin partnership with Yeoman Technology Group
  14. 14. your logo hereThe Strongest Future Adoption mainframe rising Strong Technologies often available first industry support & commitment Silicon more prototyped Cloud foundation
  15. 15. Red Hat Enterprise Linux - Lifecycle15
  16. 16. Similarity to UNIX ● POSIX compliant APIs ● Similar tools ● All major applications supported ● Retain investment in skills — quickly transfer skills to Red Hat Enterprise Linux ● Red Hat Training ● Red Hat Strategic Migration Guide ● Reference book: UNIX to Linux® Porting: A Comprehensive Reference, Mendoza, Alfredo, Skawratananond, Chakarat, Walker, Artis, Prentice Hall, 2006. ● IBM Technical resources for Linux programmers and system admins ● Linux Journal16
  17. 17. Similar Tools to Solaris, HP-UX, and AIX Functionality Red Hat Enterprise Linux Package Management RPM Package Manager, front-end with Yum Auto Installer Kickstart Logical Volume Manager LVM, LVM2 (snapshots) Software Updates Software Updater Default GUI Gnome Init Scripts System V-style for start, stop, checking services, etc. General Admin Tools vmstat, top, iostat, netstat... Military-Grade Security Common Criteria Certification (EAL 4+)17
  18. 18. Similar Tools (Continued) Functionality Red Hat Enterprise Linux Native Multipathing Included Dynamic Tracing SystemTap Resource Management Resource Management High Availability High Availability Add-On ext2, ext3, ext4, ReiserFS, FAT, ISO 9669, UDF, NFS, File Systems support for encrypted FS, Development Tools GNU tools, JBoss, Eclipse Networking IPv4, IPv6, RDS Integrated Firewall Netfilter Cluster File System GFS 2 (Resilient Storage Add-On)18
  19. 19. IBM and HP Tuned to support built-in performance of System z, x, Power Run one OS over IBMs entire portfolio, major IBM software IBM Cloud based on Red Hat Enterprise Linux More Red Hat certified platforms than any other vendor As time has progressed and our customer requirements are clear about stable and robust environments, Red Hat Enteprise Linux personifies all of that in all of Linux” — Scott Farland, VP Industry Standard Servers and Software, HP 19
  20. 20. Cisco, Dell, Fujitsu Unified Computing System Virtual Interface Card integrated with KVM Creates logical network infrastructure for large-scale cloud Reduce cost and time, lower TCO Dell contributed to Red Hat Enterprise Linux 6 kernel Integrated device drivers, tight integration of storage, intelligent power management Guest on On-Demand Virtual System Service cloud 20
  21. 21. SAP and SAS  Over 10 years  First Linux supported by  Full-time engineering SAS in 2002 presence at SAP to  Both offer subscription- optimizing and certify SAP based model applications on Red Hat  Mentoring SAS on tuning Enterprise Linux and file systems for optimal  Red Hat Enterprise Linux performance and throughput for SAP Applications  Red Hat uses SAS for  SAP software in Red Hat regression testing test suite 21
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  23. 23. The Enterprise Platform Stack23
  24. 24. PHYSICAL TO VIRTUAL TO CLOUD24
  25. 25. Red Hat Enterprise Linux 5 – Themes ● Concluding Production Phase 1 with RHEL5.9 ● Focus on customer bug resolution – stability focus ● Basic hardware enablement ● Limited feature enhancements – Enablers to fit into upcoming system management initiatives – RHEV (Red Hat Enterprise Virtualization), Subscription / Entitlement services, optimized virtual guest ● Transitioning into Production Phase 2 maintenance with RHEL5.10 ● RHEL5 – mature, and stable base25
  26. 26. Red Hat Enterprise Linux 6 - Themes ● Active Production Phase 1 development – feature innovation + maintenance – RHEL6.3 shipped June 21, 2012 ● RHEL6 is actively being deployed – production proven ● Cloud & virtualization operational efficiency enablers – Security containment, isolation, scalability ● Hardware platform enablement – topology optimization, reliability & fault handling ● Advanced storage – volume management – thin provisioning, FCoE, iSCSI, PNFS ● Networking & storage I/O optimizations ● Development tools & JBoss optimizations ● Common criteria government certification26
  27. 27. Red Hat Enterprise Linux 7 - Themes ● Datacenter operational efficiency ● Virtualization and cloud enhancements ● Developer tools advancements27

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