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1 IBM System p5 Journée Infrastructure
Hello, I am very pleased to be able to share with you how systems for UNIX and Linux operating systems from IBM can enable your to do more and spend less. IBM builds its System p5 platform based on 4 key factors that you will see highlighted throughout our discussion today: Openness – using UNIX and Linux operating systems and providing you a broad family of systems from 1 to 64-core technologies in configurations and prices to fit your business needs Collaboration – we work closely with some 2000 Independent Software Vendors and more than 3000 Business partners around the world so you have the right solutions and local support and servicing for our clients. Virtualization – this is a technology that is being adopted around the world to dramatically increase the utilization of individual systems – so you need fewer systems to meet your current and future processing demands. And, Technology that Matters -- like more than 70 leadership performance benchmarks since we announced POWER5 technology in July of Today, we are adding another benchmark milestone for our midrange systems. The publications of these benchmarks by IBM is our statement to you that we are dedicated to providing you a POWER architecture and AIX platform that is can help you lower software, energy and space costs through leadership performance. . Let’s get started and talk about your needs and how System p5 can help. Septembre 2006

2 Agenda Journée Infrastructure
9H00 à 9H15 Accueil Café + Agenda 9H15 à 10H HACMP 10H15 à 10H Pause 10H30 à 12H00 Le marché, Introduction à la consolidation et Offre pSeries POWER5, POWER5+ 12 H00 à 13H00 Repas 13H00 à 13H30 Retour expérience 13H30 à 14H30 Virtualisation POWER5 + Démonstration 14H30 à 15H30 EWLM / IBM Director 15H30 à 15H45 Pause 15H45 à 16H45 Linux 16H45 à 17H00 Fiche d'évaluation questions réponse

3 Les intervenants Benjamin Biau benjamin.biau@fr.ibm.com
Alain Lechevalier Philippe Hermes Philippe Vandamme Laurent Vanel

4 Journées Techniques …..Septembre
14 septembre  Journée System p Les nouveautés des serveurs System p sous environnement Unix & Linux    19 septembre  Après-midi InfraStructures Business Intelligence    21 septembre  Matinée System p Tout savoir sur AIX et ses toutes dernières fonctionnalités    21 septembre  Après-midi System p Haute disponibilité et business continuité sur les plateformes System p    26 septembre  Matinée System x  La virtualisation dans le monde System x    28 septembre  Matinée InfraStructures Plan de reprise d'activités, plan de continuité informatique... De l'approche globale aux solutions techniques IBM

5 System p 2H 2006

6 Formations Techniques
AIX / pSeries Intégralité des formations sur internet : ibm.com/fr/formation Toutes les formations pSeries figurent page 20 & 21 du Guide de Formation / N° de Tél pour inscriptions: Pour les nouveaux Clients AIX Pour les Clients venant d’UNIX LPAR AX70FR 5 jours LPAR power4 AX74FR 3 jours LPAR p5 vs p4 AX73FR 5 jours LPAR p5 AX013FR 4jours UNIX : bases ou ou AX430F 3jours Korn Shell New New AX423FR 5jours Admin système AIX I AX75FR 4 jours Gest Perf eServerp5 AX80FR 3 jours Nouveaut P5 et AIX AX81FR 2 jours Best pratice p5 AX426FR 3jours Install/ admin AIX pour unixien AX419FR 4jours Admin système AIX II New New New AX75FR 4jours Performance eServer p5 HACMP New AX540FR 5jours Planification et install Spécialisations AX035FR 4jours Architecture et outils AX732FR 5 jours Admin TCP/IP AX550FR 5jours Administration AX490AF 5 jours Performances AX560FR 5jours Résolution des incidents Financez ces formations avec l’IBM Education Pack : Carte à tarif réduit, valable 1 an, pour tous les employés de votre client et pour tous les cours du catalogue IBM Formation. 3 formules : 2375€ pour 2500€ de crédit de formation, 4600€ pour 5000€ de crédit, 9000€ pour 10000€ de crédit New D.Aubry 01/2006

7 IBM System pSeries Agenda
Virtualisation Le Marché Infrastructures existantes Complexité et coûts Attentes du Marché / Stratégie IBM BilanVirtualisation Technologie POWER5 L’offre IBM System pSeries

8 WW Windows/UNIX/Linux Opportunity 2004-2009
Continued pSeries Growth will require expansion into adjacent spaces $0 $10 $20 $30 $ Billion WW Server Sales according to IDC estimate Windows $18 $19 $21 $23 $25 $26 UNIX Linux $5 $6 $7 $8 $9 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 - RFC ref: U L ..xls

9 ? …mais les composantes du marché évolue
IBM conserve son leadership sur le marché mondial Unix (en valeur) L’unique plateforme en croissance selon le dernier rapport IDC! z/OS on eServer zSeries AIX 5L on eServer pSeries Reliability Enhance OS isolation and error detection Enhance middleware isolation and error detection Availability Enable high OS availability through OS error containment and fine grain isolation with recovery Provide application services management including auto restart of failed applications Serviceability Improve operating system first failure data capture (FFDC) – determine problems without further disruption Integrate non-disruptive OS service and problem determination aids Support concurrent OS maintenance Reduce scheduled outages Over 40 years of IBM large system innovation R.A.S Mainframe-inspired availability features tpmC (millions) ? 0.5 1 1.5 2 2.5 3 3.5 Sun 64-way Fujitsu HP PA- RISC HP Integrity 32-way 1.9 GHz p690 p5-595 Oracle p5-595 has over 3X the per-CPU performance of HP SD Itanium 2 and over 5X per-CPU performance of SPARC642 Source: All results as of 03/02/2005 4-w p5-570 1000 2000 3000 4000 5000 6000 8-w 16-w rx8620 72-w E25K* F15K 36-w E20K* 104-w 7000 8000 9000 10,000 64-w p5-595 IBM Sun HP 11,000 12,000 13,000 14,000 15,000 16,000 17,000 *Two processor cores per n-way #1 SAP Users Autonomic Computing Enhancements Chip Multiprocessing - Distributed Switch - Shared L2 Dynamic LPARs (32) 2002-3 POWER4+ 130 nm GHz Core Shared L2 Distributed Switch Simultaneous multithreading Micro-Partitioning™ Virtual Storage, Virtual Ethernet Concurrent firmware updates Enhanced scalability, parallelism Enhanced memory subsystem 2004-5 POWER5 GHz Core GHz Core 2005-6 POWER5+ 90 nm > GHz Core 2007-8 POWER6™ 65 nm L2 caches Ultra high frequency cores Advanced System Features Planned * 2008-9 POWER6+™ > Ultra high frequency cores Enhanced virtualization Advanced memory subsystem Enhanced error detection/recovery * All statements regarding IBM's future direction and intent are subject to change or withdrawal without notice, and represent goals and objectives only. …mais les composantes du marché évolue UNIX®+Linux® poursuivent leur croissance estimée à 2.6% jusqu’en 2009 UNIX est stable voire en déclin Linux croît de 13% par an. Le prix des serveurs est en baisse Performance permettant de substituer du mid-range SMPs au High End Substitution et scale out permettant une croissance de Linux et Unix en low end

10 Magic Quadran

11 Evolution des Infrastructures dans le temps
Quel est le taux d’utilisation moyen d’un serveur UNIX ? Quel est le taux d’utilisation moyen d’un serveur mainframe ? Quel est le taux d’utilisation moyen d’un serveur Microsoft® Windows® ? 25-30 % 70-80% Moins de 20 % Taux d’utilisation estimé et historique de prolifération du parc de serveur Nombre de serveurs Performance utilisée Nombre de serveurs Performance moyennne utilisée

12 Complexité d’Architectures
Internet Firewall & Switch ~ OpenPower OpenLDAP Bynari Samba HTTP SUSEfw2 (N²²)² (x)²²² = ( Glkjhgfgfdes )²²² Internet Firewall & Switch (+)² Cluster => Paris, Lyon, Marseille,….

13 Architectures hétérogènes
IBM, Bull AIX 4.3, 5.1, 5.2, .. version de ML 1…11 HP UX 8,9,10,11.. SUN Solaris 8, 9, 10 Interfaces Prod H80 CRM Siebel Production Datawarehouse Production 6M1 Prod R/3 4.6 DB/CI Prod R/3 4.6 AS 6H1 Serveurs hétérogènes, OS hétérogènes et propriétaires, Stratègie de sauvegarde, dédiée, Software hétérogènes - Administration complexes, coûteuse Stockage dédié, éparpillé, des To DatawareHouse Developpement B80 Datawarehouse Integration H70 Developpement R/3 F40 Integration R/3 Interfaces Dev F50 Interfaces QA H50 SRM SAP production Tests SRM SAP

14 Les coûts de la compléxité
Installed Base (M Units) Spending (USB$) $200 35 $180 30 $160 $140 25 $120 20 $100 15 $80 $60 10 Cost of Complexity As clients build out their infrastructures….the complexity becomes enormous. They need to optimize IT assets NOW to fuel growth, improve ROI, increase staff productivity and improve quality of service. Often, the cost of acquiring systems is now dwarfed by the cost of managing them. IDC recently came out with a report where they stated that 15 years ago, 75% of IT budgets were spent on new hardware and software; today 75% is spent on just running the infrastructure. System vendors selling simplicity likely will win in the future, according to Steve Milunovich of Merrill Lynch. Server units are growing at a 20% rate, causing management headaches. Global server support costs could top $140 billion in 2008, nearly 2.5X the estimated hardware sales of $60 billion. Milunovich said he thinks IBM is well positioned with its on demand initiative and $1 billion of R&D spent to automate services. HP has the vision though it lacks some of the pieces and must show it can execute. Sun faces an uphill mindshare battle though its systems understanding shouldn’t be underestimated. Dell doesn’t have the know-how to succeed but may not need it as it leverages industry R&D and simplifies through low-cost, standard products. Microsoft and Dell do recognize that industry standard servers can be difficult to administer and have joined forces on systems management. Our Virtualization Engine addresses this problem, enabling clients to lower the cost of their existing infrastructure, reduce the complexity of adding to that infrastructure, and build heterogeneous infrastructure across multiple datacenters that are more responsive to their business needs. So clearly simplifying your environment is critical to your future success. $40 5 $20 $0 1996 ’97 ’98 ’99 2000 ’01 ’02 ’03 ’04 ’05 ’06 ’07 ’08 New server spending (USM$) 3% CAGR Cost of mgmt. & admin. 10% CAGR Source: IDC

15 La décomposition du coût de possession, nous montre ou il faut rationaliser...

16 IBM System pSeries Agenda
IBM can… Attentes du Marché ? Stratégie IBM So you’re never left in the dark!

17 Priorités des clients et Consolidation
Réduction des coûts Amélioration de la qualité de service Réponse rapide aux changements / flexibilité Maximisation de l’utilisation de l’infrastructure (ROA) Virtualisation % de réponses intérêt élevé Protection des biens informationnels, confidentialité et intégrité 77 Fiabilité et disponibilité de l’infrastructure pour supporter les affaires 69 Maximiser l’utilisation des ressources informatiques existantes 55 Management des infrastructures Sécuriser les échanges d’informations critiques 52 47 Consolider les ressources info pour réduire la complexité des opérations ROA : Return On Asset. Pouquoi en sommes-nous là ? Informatique distribuée Nombreux OS / nombreux types de serveurs Principe du “One Server – One Workload” Gestion des systèmes disparates Ressources sous-utilisées Compétences variées pour administrer l’ensemble Beaucoup de temps passé pour l’administration quotidienne (au lieu de consacrer ce temps à l’innovation). Simplifier le monitoring et le management de l’infrastructure info 41 Permettre à l’infrastructure d’anticiper, prévenir, diagnostiquer et résoudre les problèmes 28 27 Déployer et optimiser automatiquement et en temps réel les ressources informatiques Source: Attributes and Capabilities Study, juin 2003 par EBOD Corporate Market Intelligence 1350 directeurs informatiques interrogés dans le monde

18 Attentes du Marché et Stratégie IBM
Réduction des Coûts Virtualization Engine Qualité de Service Autonomic Computing Réponse aux aléas de l’environnement On Demand Business  CoD Performance Technologie Bench Performance Pérennité de la solution Roadmap Virtualisation

19 ? 2Q ’05: IBM became WW UNIX® revenue share LEADER
p5-595 has over 3X the per-CPU performance of HP SD Itanium 2 and over 5X per-CPU performance of SPARC642 Foundation z/OS on eServer zSeries AIX 5L on eServer pSeries Reliability Enhance OS isolation and error detection Enhance middleware isolation and error detection Availability Enable high OS availability through OS error containment and fine grain isolation with recovery Provide application services management including auto restart of failed applications Serviceability Improve operating system first failure data capture (FFDC) – determine problems without further disruption Integrate non-disruptive OS service and problem determination aids Support concurrent OS maintenance Reduce scheduled outages Over 40 years of IBM large system innovation R.A.S Mainframe-inspired availability features tpmC (millions) ? 0.5 1 1.5 2 2.5 3 3.5 Sun 64-way Fujitsu HP PA- RISC HP Integrity 32-way 1.9 GHz p690 p5-595 Oracle IDC Quarterly Server Tracker, 9/05 * 3Q based on internal MI estimate 45% 40% 35% 30% 25% 20% 15% 10% 5% Q102 Q202 Q302 Q402 Q103 Q203 Q303 Q403 Q104 Sun IBM HP Q204 Q304 Q404 Other Quarterly Revenue Share Q105 40% 35% 30% 25% 20% 15% 10% WW UNIX Server Revenue Share – Rolling 4Q Average Q205 Q305 * 2Q ’05: IBM became WW UNIX® revenue share LEADER Autonomic Computing Enhancements Chip Multiprocessing - Distributed Switch - Shared L2 Dynamic LPARs (32) 2002-3 POWER4+ 130 nm GHz Core Shared L2 Distributed Switch Simultaneous multithreading Micro-Partitioning™ Virtual Storage, Virtual Ethernet Concurrent firmware updates Enhanced scalability, parallelism Enhanced memory subsystem 2004-5 POWER5 GHz Core GHz Core 2005-6 POWER5+ 90 nm > GHz Core 2007-8 POWER6™ 65 nm L2 caches Ultra high frequency cores Advanced System Features Planned * 2008-9 POWER6+™ > Ultra high frequency cores Enhanced virtualization Advanced memory subsystem Enhanced error detection/recovery * All statements regarding IBM's future direction and intent are subject to change or withdrawal without notice, and represent goals and objectives only. Source: All results as of 03/02/2005 4-w p5-570 1000 2000 3000 4000 5000 6000 8-w 16-w rx8620 72-w E25K* F15K 36-w E20K* 104-w 7000 8000 9000 10,000 64-w p5-595 IBM Sun HP 11,000 12,000 13,000 14,000 15,000 16,000 17,000 *Two processor cores per n-way #1 SAP Users

20

21 Capcacité de traitement
Simultaneous multi-threading : p5 POWER4 (Single Threaded) POWER5 (simultaneous multi-threading) FX0 Thread0 active FX1 No thread active SMT LSO Thread1 active Capcacité de traitement ST LS1 Apparait comme 4 CPUs par chip à l’operating system (AIX 5L V5.3 et Linux) FP0 Mono processeur traditionnel, deux files d’exécution actives Le processeur est partagé Les unités d’exécution sont inutilisées pendant 70% du temps FP1 BRZ CRL attente Utilise les unités d’exécution inutilisées des cycles d’horloge Vu par les logiciels comme utilisant un modèle de programmation “symmetric multiprocessing (SMP)” Execute deux “threads” par processeur : 2 files d'éxecution par cycle d'horloge Résultats : Meilleure performance / Meilleure utilisation processeur Réduction du temps d’attente ~ 40% de débit supplémentaire AIX voit deux processeurs

22 Options de virtualisation avancées
Micro-Partitionnement Processeurs partagés entre partitions Minimum : 1/10ème de pro- cesseur / partition Incrément 1/100émé de proc AIX 5L V5.3 ou Linux* Virtual I/O server Ethernet Partagé Réseau inter-partition interne basé sur la mémoire Disques SCSI et Fibre Channel partagés Support des partitions AIX 5L v5.3 et Linux* Partition Load Manager Support d’AIX 5L V5.2 et d’AIX 5L V5.3 Rééquilibrage des besoins en ressources mémoire et processeur Accounting Hypervisor Linux AIX 5L V5.2 Dynamically resizable 4 CPUs 2 6 AIX 5L V5.3 Virtual I/O paths AIX 5L V 5.3 Micro - partitioning Manager Server LPAR 2 LPAR 1 AIX 5L V5.2 LPAR 3 PLM partitions Unmanaged partitions PLM agent V5.3 Ethernet sharing server partition Storage 1 CPU Virtual driver Adapteurs E/S Adaptateurs réseau LAN, WAN, … Disques * SLES 9 ou RHEL AS 3

23 Expérience de virtualisation sur les systèmes Power5 depuis Août 2004
Le mode SMT du Power5 est systématiquement utilisé gain entre 20 et 40% Le micro-partitionnement est très largement utilisé sur les systèmes moyen et haute gamme gain important au niveau du taux d’utilisation du système La virtualisation des E/S est utilisée en complément d’E/S réelles pour les flux secondaires et en secours d’E/S réelles gain important en nombre de contrôleurs Automatisation de création des partitions par scripts simplification d’administration et de déploiement Virtualisation

24 Union Bank of California: Un succès de consolidation de serveurs
“Nous nous sommes récemment orientés vers la ligne de serveurs 595 basé sur des processeurs p5 d’IBM. Nous sommes excités par cette technologie en raison du fait qu’elle fournit à la fois de la capacité, des possibilités de virtualisation et de la performance. 91 vieux serveurs seront remplacés par 16 serveurs à base processeurs POWER5, tout en améliorant le traitement par quatre." -- Chip Hernandez, Union Bank CTO La banque profitera d’une réduction de 43% en espaces au sol, 46% de réduction en consommation et 63% de réduction en coûts de maintenance, grâce à une consolidation de serveurs, a annoncé Hernandez. (http://www.banktech.com/news/showArticle.jhtml;jsessionid=MLVKUDU2LGB2SQSNDBESKHA?articleID= ) © 2006 IBM Corporation

25 La Simplification grace à la Virtualization
“La Virtualisation représente la capacité de présenter les ressources de traitements afin que les utilisateurs et applications peuvent facilement en obtenir la plus grande valeur, plutôt que les présenter de par leur implémentation, localisation géographique ou leurs caractéristiques. En d’autres mots, Elle fournit une vue logique plutôt qu’une vue physique des données, ressources de traitements, capacité de stockage et autres ressources. ” Jonathan Eunice "What is Virtualization?“ Illuminata March 5, 2003 According to the Gartner Group, companies that ignore virtualization will pay 15 to 20 percent more than they need to for IT by 2008.

26 IBM System pSeries Agenda
IBM can… POWER Technologie POWER5+ So you’re never left in the dark!

27 IBM is a Chip Manufacturer… Industry Leader Technology and Architecture
Over $5B in POWER factory revenue, growth 7+% Over $6 Billion investment in Power Manufacturing IBM shipped over 25 Million Power CPU’s in 2004 Playstation3 and XBOX360 expect to sell ~40M units/year IBM awarded National Medal of Technology The core of IBM is technology. Just like a foundation is the most important part of a building. Focused on I/T and providing the whole solution to bottom with open technology. Our main chip technology is the power processor and most of our revenue is derived from the whole solution stack on our power offerings. We have power in our Linux servers, blades, UNIX servers. As/400s and storage systems. We have done so well that our unix offering on power surpassed sun in revenue last year in the Americas to make IBM the # 1 UNIX vendor. Something we never thought we would do and it looks like we will be #1 ww by the end of the year. The interesting thing about being chip focused company is you need be in chip mfg to be a leader in chip technology and you need volume to keep chip costs in line with the industry. In the past we relied on CARS/ apple / network devices….now we have just won all three game consoles and are building a large expansion in our chip mfg capabilities to handle the volume of game consoles which all use the power technology. Playstation3

28 Les processeurs POWER 5 + POWER5 Binary Compatibility IBM a vendu 28 millions de proc en 2004 et plus de 35 millions en 2005 Only 10% of these were in IBM Servers and Storage POWER4 + X Serveurs POWER4 POWER3 Lames WorkStations Jeux PPC 970MP PPC 970FX PPC 750GX X PPC 750CXe PPC 750FX PPC 750 POWER3 POWER2 PPC 440GX PPC 440GP Embarqués X PPC 405GP PPC 401 Le Supercomputer le plus rapide au Monde Milliards d’opérations par seconde

29 Systèmes POWER Architecture™ chez IBM
Serveurs System p5 and i5 pour les environnements de consolidation Unix, Linux et i5/OS les plus exigeants Serveurs P5 PowerPC pour les bénéfices du POWER à un prix exceptionnel IBM TotalStorage® pour les solutions de stockage les plus rentables dans l’industrie POWER Architecture BladeCenter™ pour le plus bas TCO par rapport à l’espace occupé avec un exceptionnel rapport prix/performance Intellistation® pour les applications de stations de travail les plus exigeantes

30 Advanced Chip Technologies
Copper Circuitry Year Announced: 1997 Production Chips: Pulsar, POWER3-II New semiconductor manufacturing process Aluminum used during the past 30 years Copper has 40% lower resistivity than aluminum Less heat, greater speed SOI Silicon-On-Insulator Year Announced: 1998 Production Chips: Sstar, POWER4 Place thin layer of SiO2 under silicon surface 25% less power at the same frequency "Turbo charging" the transistors Less heat, more speed, greater reliability SiO2 SOI Strained Silicon Year Introduced: 2001 Production chips: Research Technology Silicon material is stretched/strained Speeds up flow of electrons Ultilizes Silicon Germanium as anchor material 35% boost in performance IBM 300mm semiconductor facility Year Opened: 2002 Designed to support the creation of chips with circuits smaller than 100 nanometers in size. A single 300mm wafer can hold up to about 50 billion transistors; chips produced on these wafers will have some structures comparable in size to viruses and DNA Largest capital investment in NY history EinsTuner - CAD Tool Year Developed: 2002 Determines the optimal size of each transistor Improves chip performance by 15 to 20% compared to hand-tuned circuits Faster / smaller / lower power circuits Innovation at IBM Research

31 Roadmap Technologique pSeries IBM POWER
Ligne de fabrication Semi conducteur 300mm Technologie => CMOS 10S Technologies Associées => Cuivre, SOI, Strengh Silicium, Lo K Dielectric Amélioration des structures => Couches Oxyde Ultra Fine (Hi K Dielectric) Design => Double Gate POWER5+ Stratègie de « Design POWER5+ » New! POWER5+ technology « Power efficient Design » DCM « Multi Core Design » QCM Caractéristiques Core, Chips High End High Volume Coût chip package + ++ Consommation Puissance Performance Mémoire +++ SMP Scalabilité HPC Floating Point Perf Fonctions RAS étendues

32 Architecture POWER5 + POWER5 CPU Shared L2 Cache POWER5 +

33 POWER5+ Reliability Availibility Servicability p5 595 p5 505
Hyperviseur dérivé de la technologie zSeries® POWER5+ Fonctions “autonomic” avancées Pour réduire le nombre d’intervention planifiées POWER5 - Extension des fonctions de detection et correction d’erreurs embarquées AIX 5L Linux i5/OS* kernel SLIC Hypervisor Virtual I/O Virtual LAN IBM System p5 Résilience First Failure Data Capture DDR ECC Chipkill memory Mémoire redondante + bit-steering Contrôle logiciel de mémoire Alim & ventilation redondantes Désallocation dynamique de Proc. Désalloc. bus PCI-X, cache L2/L3 Désalloc. permanente mémoire Hot-plug : PCI-X, alim, ventilation Échange à chaud des disques Diagnostics internes avec LED p5 595 Mainframe inspired RAS* Reliability, Availability and Serviceability Functions *Note: certaines fonctions RAS peuvent ne pas être disponibles au même moment sur SLES 9 et RHEL AS3 NOTES/COMMENTS Many of the reliability and availability characteristics found in pSeries systems inspired by our long history mainframe success. Innovative serviceability features, like light path diagnostics - simplify the process of servicing installed systems. This list of features -- included across the entire product line – no compromises – make pSeries servers self-managing – what the today the industry calls ‘autonomic or automation’ – keep pSeries up and running… where systems from HP and SUN are build to recover fast when they go down. As an example, IBM PCI retry logic can help prevent system outages caused by parity error detections. The lack of this capability on SUN systems can result in unplanned system outages. All this has resulted in an extremely reliable server…in fact, the p670 and p690 have achieved availability records of % -- as reported on installed systems in the US from March 2003 to September 2003. The roadmap for tomorrow’s pSeries servers includes even more advanced autonomic, self-managing, systems – and the POWER5 chip will have extensive error detection and correction technology embedded in its design. The benefit to you is a server that is literally designed for worry-free processing – so that you can focus on your business and not when your technology is going to fail. Balanced Design for Availability and Performance Reliability minimizes outage opportunities Minimize total components Use higher grade components Availability design keeps total system and individual partitions running using autonomic computing Self correcting, self diagnosing Self healing, internal redundancy (redundant memory bits, CPU hot spare) Self configuring around faulty elements (CPUs, caches, memory) Application temporary outage frequency System outage frequency Serviceability design minimizes outages and down-time Self diagnosing avoids yo-yo effect repeat failure (can reduce by 2 - 3x) Redundancy and concurrent repair on highest opportunity elements p5 505

34 Gestion dynamique de l’alimentation
Sans gestion de l’alimentation Gestion de l’alimentation Single Thread Photos prises avec une caméra thermique pendant les tests d’un prototype de Power5 Simultaneous Multithreading

35 UPTIME Arrêts non planifiés ? Electronic Service Agent
IBM eServer prerequisite Service Support and Best pratices Availibility Uptime Subscription Services https://techsupport.services.ibm.com/server/pseries.subscriptionSvcs Power5 code Matrix Des moyens pour améliorer la Qualité de Service

36 L’offre IBM System p5 serveur et positionnement
IBM can… L’offre IBM System p5 serveur et positionnement So you’re never left in the dark!

37 Gamme System p annonces du 25 Juillet 2006

38 Scale-up, scale-out, scale-within
MCM à 2.1 GHz System p5 590 & 595 IBM Power Architecture™ : Dual-Core de 1.65 à 2.3 GHz Quad-Core à 1.5 et 1.65 GHz MCM de 1.65 à 2.3 GHz PowerPC à 2.5 et 2.7 GHz System p5 575 System p5 570 System p5 560Q Express Dual-Core à 2.1 GHz New! System p5 550 & 550Q Express Dual-Core à 1.9 GHz System p5 520 & 520Q Express MCM à 2.3 GHz System p5 510 & 510Q Express New! System p5 505 & 505Q Express Let’s look at the complete line of System p servers for AIX and Linux environments Introducing new processors for the System p5 590,595 and System p5 505, 510, 510Q, 520, 520Q, 550 and 550Q Express and the IntelliStation® POWER™ 285 Express – introducing the new System p5 505Q Express IBM Power Architecture™ Dual-Core at to 2.3 GHz and Quad-Core Module technology at 1.5 and 1.65 GHz System p5 185 Express New! New! New! New! BladeCenter JS21 and JS21 Express New! IntelliStation POWER 185 and 285 Express Quad-Core à 1.65 GHz

39 Integrated Virtualization
We make it easy to select the right system Reduce costs and improve operational efficiencies through leadership performance for the price and the IBM Virtualization Engine Most performance* Micro-Partitioning™ Partition Load Manager Dynamic LPAR Most performance for the price* Improved utilization Virtual I/O Server Virtual LAN At IBM, we make it easy to select the right IBM System p5 and IBM System p5 Express….all designed with features to enable you to reduce costs and improve operational efficiencies through leadership performance for the price and the IBM Virtualization Engine. We categorize them within our own broad product family as follows: Most performance Most performance for the price And, most affordable. Most affordable* Integrated Virtualization Manager *Comparison of UNIX and Linux operating system platform offerings from IBM System p5, IBM BladeCenter® and IBM IntelliStation POWER workstations as of February 14, 2006

40 POWER5+ dual-core chip + L3 cache chip
POWER5+ DCM La Gamme P5 L3 P L2 1 ou GHz ou 2.1 GHz P5+ Mémoire : 1 à 32 Go 4U (Module rack) p520 1 à GHz ou 2.1 GHz P5+ Mémoire : 1 à 64 Go p550 2U (Module rack) p510 1U (Module rack) p505 2 à GHz ou 2.2 GHz P5+ Mémoire: 2 à 512 Go 4U (Module rack) jusqu’à 4 modules p570 DCM : Dual-Chip Module P5-505,510, 520, 550, 570,575 POWER5+2.2, 2.1 GHz POWER5+ dual-core chip + L3 cache chip Deux coeurs (core)

41 et augmentent ! et augmentent !
Most performance L’architecture modulaire* : p5-570 ‘Pay as you grow’ s’adapter quel que soit le futur et augmentent, p5-570 et augmentent ! Nouveau 1.9GHz 570 est 10% plus performant et 15% moins cher que l’ancien p GHz 5702 2.2GHz 570 introduit des nouvelles performances >20% ainsi que des nouvelles capacitées de transactions que le précedent 570 16-c IBM eServer™ p5 570 HP rx8620 64-c Fujitsu PP 2500 HP SD #1 IBM Fujitsu HP Trois fois la performance du HP rx8620 Surpasse le Superdome HP-UX 64-core 25% d’amélioration de performance sur POWER5 System 500,000 1,000,000 1,500,000 tpmC Conserver les modules systèmes existants et simplement en ajouter de nouveaux au fur et à mesure que les besoins augmentent, Node1 Node0 Node3 Node2 12-16 voies p5-570 SMP 2-16 voies p5-570 4-8 voies et augmentent, Node0 Node1 Node0 Node2 8-12 voies et augmentent, Node1 p5-570 et augmentent ! 2-4 voies SLIDE AUTOMATES AUTOMATICALLY Ever notice that an 8-way server costs a lot more than two 4-way servers? Sure you have! And a 16-way server can cost considerably more than four times a 4-way server? As much as times as much! Why is that? Primarily, the incremental cost to you and the vendor is the additional infrastructure required in a larger system, such as power supplies, I/O capacity, DASD bays, and, most costly, the switching or bus circuitry. These are normally built into the chassis, so you have to pay for it up front, even if you only want 4 processors now, and plan to grow in the future. Some vendors such have tried to solve this problem, but most attempts to date suffer from “non-uniform-memory-access” issues (eg, SGI). The new eServer p5-570 is the world/s 1st and ONLY TRUE SMP Building block! What does that do for your business?? Why should you care? Because it saves you a ton of money without compromising the benefits in performance and flexibility of a true symmetric multiple processor server! Note: You get additional I/O and storage capacity each time you add a building block as well. 1x 4 way Node0 Architecture modulaire ‘Pay as you grow’ SMP [non NUMA] Rack 19” Jusqu’à 512 Go mémoire DDR2 Micro-partitionnement* Virtual LAN, I/O* POWER et 2.2 GHz p5-570 Et, moins de contraintes de gestion, car il s’agit d’un SEUL système et non de quatre.

42 POWER5+ packaging La Gamme P5 DCM : Dual-Chip Module
POWER5+2.2, 2.1 GHz POWER5+ dual-core chip + L3 cache chip Deux coeurs (core) L3 P L2 MCM : Multi-Chip Module IBM eServer p5 p590 & p595 POWER5 2.3, 2.1 GHz Four dual-core POWER5+ chips + 4 L3 cache chips Huit coeurs (core) L3 P L2 L3 P L2 QCM : Quad-Chip Module IBM System p5 510Q, 520Q, 550Q, 560Q POWER , 1.5 GHz Two POWER5+ dual-core chips + two L3 cache chips Quatre coeurs (core)

43 Two POWER5+ dual-core chips + two L3 cache chips
POWER5+ QCM La Gamme P5 4 1,65 GHz P5+ Mémoire : 1 à 32 Go 4U (Module rack) p520Q 4 ou 8 1,65 GHz P5+ Mémoire : 1 à 64 Go p550Q 2U (Module rack) p510Q 4 à GHz Mémoire: 2 à 512 Go 4U (Module rack) jusqu’à 2 modules p560Q L3 P L2 QCM : Quad-Chip Module IBM System p5 510Q, 520Q, 550Q, 560Q POWER , 1.5 GHz Two POWER5+ dual-core chips + two L3 cache chips Quatre coeurs (core)

44 POWER5+ packaging La Gamme P5 DCM : Dual-Chip Module
POWER5+2.2, 2.1 GHz POWER5+ dual-core chip + L3 cache chip Deux coeurs (core) MCM : Multi-Chip Module IBM eServer p5 p590 & p595 POWER5 2.3, 2.1 GHz Four dual-core POWER5+ chips + 4 L3 cache chips Huit coeurs (core) L3 P L2 L3 P L2 QCM : Quad-Chip Module IBM System p5 510Q, 520Q, 550Q, 560Q POWER , 1.5 GHz Two POWER5+ dual-core chips + two L3 cache chips Quatre coeurs (core)

45 POWER5+ MCM La Gamme P5 MCM : Multi-Chip Module p590 p595
Jusqu’à 160 slot PCI Jusqu’à 18,7 To de stockge interne 16 à 64 2,1 à 2,3 GHz P5+ Mémoire : 8 Go à 2 To Rack 24” 8 à 32 2,1 GHz P5+ Mémoire : 8 Go à 1 To Jusqu’à 240 slot PCI Jusqu’à 28,1 To de stockage interne Tpm/c : L3 P L2 MCM : Multi-Chip Module IBM eServer p5 p590 & p595 POWER5 2.3, 2.1 GHz Four dual-core POWER5+ chips + 4 L3 cache chips Huit coeurs (core)

46 Permanent Capacity Upgrade on Demand (CoD)
~ p5 : un pas de plus vers le On Demand Conçu pour utiliser automatiquement et dynamiquement les processeurs et mémoire inactifs à partir des objectifs pré-définis, et augmenter ainsi les capacités de traitement du système Ajuster la capacité du serveur au moment opportun Evolution des serveurs non disruptive Flexibilité de déploiement pour adresser les pics d’activité Déployer de nouveaux services rapidement Trial Capacity on Demand – Test 30 jours Capacity Upgrade on Demand – Activation définitive On/Off Capacity on Demand – Post paiement Reserve Capacity on Demand – Pré paiement 30 jours Temporary Capacity on Demand Capacity BackUp (CBU) CBU System Production Server Data Center Recovery Customer Capacity Growth CoD Defer 70-80% of payment for inactive capacity… CoD SLIDE AUTOMATES AUTOMATICALLY Often times, just about the time you realize you need to activate on demand processor resources, the event causing the demand spike has already impacted your business. By automating response to reaching pre-defined conditions, you can have those resources instantly on line when your business needs them. And then automatically return them to your reserve capacity pool. Actual Planned Application A Application B Application C Permanent Capacity Upgrade on Demand (CoD) Processeurs en réserve (« Reserve COD »), possibilité d’activer automatiquement de la puissance processeur lorsque l’utilisation atteint 100% de la capacité. *sur certains modèles

47 System p Virtualization Management Options
IVM Managed HMC Managed No HMC Single-server management Entry-level partitioning Limited service function Client LPARs have only virtual devices One profile per partition Limited redundancy Supported on select models (System p5 560Q and below) No DLPAR in client partitions (VIOS only) HMC Required Multiple-server management Advanced Partitioning Dynamic LPAR, etc Physical devices in LPARs Multiple profiles per partition Full Redundancy POWER5 POWER5+ JS21 All conditions above plus : No DLPAR – all partition changes require reboot HMC not supported No virtualization functionality without APV SP Hypervisor Partition IVM SP Browser Eliminates need to purchase dedicated hardware console Included at no additional charge with purchase of optional Advanced POWER Virtualization features or POWER Hypervisor and VIOS features.

48 NEW: Rear Door Heat Exchanger (RDHx) for Power Architecture systems
INSTALLATION HEAT AND POWER LEVELS ARE MAJOR ISSUES… DEMANDS ARE GROWING… RDHx OFFERS RELIEF!… RDHx is now available for both 19” racks and 24” frames – can reduce cooling demand by up to 55% - and power requirements by up to 15%! Datacom Equipment Power Trends and Cooling Applications, ASHRAE 2005

49 POWER5 et Virtualisation depuis Août 2004
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