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1 Power Systems Announcement Overview August 19th

2 IBM IBM Power Systems Contexte Annonces du 17 août Annonces
Cette vague d’annonces confirme le leadership d’IBM sur le marché des systèmes IBM Power Systems Annonces du 17 août Contexte Annonces . Le Power 795 . Les serveurs Express . Focus IBM i . Les nouveautés AIX . IBM Smart Analytics 7700 Positionnement et chiffres vs. X86 Marchés et projets cibles Promotions et programmes IBM

3 UNIX Server Rolling Four Quarter Average Revenue Share
IBM Power systems gagne des parts de marché sur un marché UNIX difficile, mais qui devrait repartir ces 2 prochaines années UNIX Server Rolling Four Quarter Average Revenue Share « (...)un marché atone (...) selon IDC qui prévoit un regain cette année et la suivante sur ce marché. » LMI, 17 août 2009 POWER6 PowerVM Lx86 Live Partition Mobility POWER6 VMControl POWER7 1000 VMs/server VIOS clusters Thin provisioning Linked clones POWER6 Active Memory Sharing POWER5 Shared processor pools POWER5 Micro-partitioning Source: IDC Quarterly Server Tracker, May 2010 POWER4 LPARs * De nouveaux usages amenant de nouveaux enjeux Transaction s per year Future workloads. Today’s utility is not only thinking about the datacenter managing a PC network or an ERP system. It’s expecting the grid to manage itself, reading meters not once a month…but every 15 minutes and reading smart grid sensors every 2 seconds. For 500,000 meters over the course of the year… 6M 4.3B 17.3B 180M The IBM/Amdocs partnership continues with release of the industry’s largest benchmark for real-time charging featuring 150M subscribers achieving an industry record in prepaid performance of 230,000 events per second¹ 1,9 Milliards De dispositifs mobiles vendus chaque année à partir de 2012 4,1Milliards de dispositifs mobiles capables d’opérer une transaction financière IBM CONFIDENTIAL UNTIL ANNOUNCEMENT 3

4 Une nouvelle gestion de l’informatique, dictée par des contraintes économiques, technologiques et qualitatives, exigent des fournisseurs capables d’accompagner leurs clients dans cette (r)évolution Des coûts qui augmentent Maintenance applicative Consommation électrique globale Mètres carrés occupés Des ressources contraintes Des effectifs réduits Des budgets limités Des enjeux technologiques Une complexité de gestion L’explosion des données traitées Une évolution des utilisations Des objectifs plus exigeants Contribuer à la réduction des coûts Assurer un haut taux de disponibilité Réduire le time-to-market applicatif Des exigences plus fortes vis-à-vis des fournisseurs informatique : Réduire les coûts opérationnels pour contribuer à l’objectif de réduction des dépenses Proposer une simplification de l’infrastructure et de sa gestion, pour positionner les effectifs sur des tâches plus stratégiques Améliorer la qualité de service fournie et ressentie aux utilisateurs Contribuer à une plus grande rapidité de d’exécution de la stratégie de l’entreprise, et de réaction face aux situations exceptionnelles

5 Les différentes formes de cloud computing seront adoptées pour arriver à ces objectifs : la fourniture IT se transforme Gartner 2010 CIO review Cloud Computing is becoming one of the top areas that CIOs are prioritizing for implementation and investment. It is also important to note that virtualization is ranked #1 and is a key foundational attribute for cloud computing.

6 Différente niveaux de cloud computing avec Power Systems
Infrastructure Integration Complete for fastest time to value IBM CloudBurst* Integrated service management platform with network, servers, storage, software and quickstart services that enable the fastest private cloud deployment today Customized for the most flexible solution IBM Service Delivery Manager* Foundation PowerHA Foundation for key cloud attributes Flexible set of offerings including the pre-integrated software stack for automated IT service deployment, resource monitoring and service availability for integration with your existing IT environment POWER7, PowerVM IBM Systems Director AIX, IBM i, Linux There are several entry points for Power Systems cloud solutions depending on your specific needs. Industrial strength virtualization coupled with automated resource balancing and virtual image management Nos clients font déjà du cloud ! Le savent-ils réellement? Time to Value *All statements regarding IBM's future direction and intent are subject to change or withdrawal without notice, and represent goals and objectives only. Some features require the purchase of additional software components. Please see Disclaimer at end of Presentation

7 Cette vague d’annonces positionne idéalement nos clients de toutes tailles pour engager de manière fiable et évolutive cette transformation Power 795 est le serveur Unix le plus puissant et le plus évolutif du marché. Jusqu’à 256 coeurs POWER7 et 8To de mémoire.Peut supporter jusqu’à 1000 partitions logiques. Power 710/720/730/740 Express spécialement conçus pour les PME-PMI ; serveurs d’entreprise avec tarification agressive dédiés à la production et à la consolidation applicatives AIX 7 Compatibilité binaire avec les précédentes versions pour une migration des applications existantes sans recompilation, AIX 5.2 Workload Partitions for AIX7 pour exploiter des partitions AIX 5.2 sur AIX7 IBM Smart Analytics System 7700 avec technologie POWER7. Pour l’analyse des données en temps réel. Configurations pré-testées avec Power 740, AIX, IBM DB2 et InfoSphere Warehouse v9.7. IBM i Solution Editions Configurations prédéfinies pour SAP, JDE, Lawson et Infor IBM i Editions Express for BladeCenter S IBM Rational Power Appliance IBM

8 La gamme IBM Power Systems
La gamme de serveurs la plus large du marché Le serveur le plus performance et le plus évolutif jamais conçu jusqu’ici Une infrastructure modulaire pour accompagner une croissance graduelle La sélection d’entrée de gamme la plus aboutie pour les environnements AIX, Linux et IBM i Power 710/730 Power 720/740 Power 750 Power 770 Power 780 Power 795 New New New 5X to 7.5X performance per core and better overall scalability vs. SPARC/Itanium offerings from Oracle-Sun and HP Highest SAP scalability ever – 20% more than a 256-core Sun Enterprise M9000 Record transaction performance per core with over 150K tpmC/core 50% better than previously leader -- POWER6 Nearly 5X more than HP SuperDome with Itanium and Oracle DB Over 7.5X Oracle-Sun Enterprise T5440 Cluster – and 1/x price performance and xx% less energy Record 64-core Java performance: Over 2.5X better than both a 128-core HP SuperDome or a 256-core Sun Enterprise M9000 – that’s 5 to 10X more per core Virtualization without Limits delivers performance and flexibility (Compares vs. 8-core Nehalem EP) Virtualized performance leadership Scalable Virtual Machines – utilize all the system you bought with better flexibility to support heterogeneous workloads Application Performance leadership Leadership SAP- MXL benchmark result (BI Mixed Workload) using i and its integrated version of DB2 Leadership Oracle eBS benchmark on Power 750 Oracle EnterpriseOne leadership on i In addition… Competitive claims: Performance, Density and Energy Efficiency POWER7 Blades vs. HP Itanium Tukwila Blades (SPECint_rate) Power 750 vs. HP Itanium Tukwila Blades (SPECint_rate, SPECjbb, SAP) 16-core Power 702 Blade vs. Sun T5440 (SPECint_rate) 16-core Power 702 Blade vs. Nehalem-EX 16-core performance (SPECint_rate) New High Performance Computing PS Blades i Editions Express for BladeCenter S JS Blades Power 575 8

9 IBM IBM Power Systems Contexte Annonces du 17 août Annonces
Cette vague d’annonces confirme le leadership d’IBM sur le marché des systèmes IBM Power Systems Annonces du 17 août Contexte Annonces . Le Power 795 . Les serveurs Express . Focus IBM i . Les nouveautés AIX . IBM Smart Analytics 7700 Positionnement et chiffres vs. X86 Marchés et projets cibles Promotions et programmes IBM

10 8 Terabytes Acapacité totale en mémoire DDR3
Power 795 Perf estimée : 2812 Rperf Nouveau serveur High-end De 24 à 256 Coeurs Mémoire jusqu’à 8 TB Technologie TurboCore 3.7, 4.0 ou 4.25 GHz Capacity on Demand Fonctions RAS avancées Garantie 24x7 PowerCare 8 Terabytes Acapacité totale en mémoire DDR3 4 TB/sec Bande passante totale DIMM Size Memory Speed Feature Size Minimum Active Server Max Memory 8 GB 1066 MHz 0/32GB 50% 2 TB 16GB 0/64 GB 4 TB 32 GB 0/128 GB 8 TB 10

11 Power 795 - scalabilité extensible & nouvelle flexibilité
TurboCore 4.25 GHz 256 coeurs Books 32 coeurs Processeurs 8 coeurs Mode MaxCore ou TurboCore MaxCore 4.0 GHz Jusqu’à 32 I/O drawers 12X Supporte AIX, i, Linux Advanced EnergyScale Power Management Optional High-voltage 480V AC or 520V DC capable input 192 coeurs Books 24 coeurs Processeurs 6 coeurs 24 3.7GHz

12 Evoluer vers le Power 795 Upgrades du Power 595 vers le Power 795
Les enterprises exploitant des Power 595 ont déjà investi dans le frame, les I/O et l’exploitation électrique du Power 795 POWER6 POWER7 5.0 GHz 8 x 8c Book DDR2 4.25 / 4.0 GHz 8 x 16 / 32c Books DDR3 Upgrades 4.2 GHz 8 x 8c Book DDR2 3.7 GHz 8 x 24c Books DDR3 9119-FHA 9119-FHB

13 Sévère flexibilité. Power Flex
Infrastructure multi-serveurs fournissant un environnement hautement disponible et flexible, pour supporter les objectifs de résilience “métier” les plus ambitieux. Au moins 2 serveurs pour une disponibilité active-active Alloue et rebalance la capacité processeur et mémoire Live Partition Mobility pour un mouvement applicatif flexible Croissance graduelle les fonctions de Capacity on Demand Jours de processeurs On/Off pour un capacité supplémentaire Power Flex is a new offering for 2-4 Power 795 systems with 4+ books and 50%+ activations, to deliver flexible capacity and enhanced resiliency to the largest Power client data centers. It is delivered via RPQ 8A1830. Sévère flexibilité.

14 IBM IBM Power Systems Contexte Annonces du 17 août Annonces
Cette vague d’annonces confirme le leadership d’IBM sur le marché des systèmes IBM Power Systems Annonces du 17 août Contexte Annonces . Le Power 795 . Les serveurs Express . Focus IBM i . Les nouveautés AIX . IBM Smart Analytics 7700 Positionnement et chiffres vs. X86 Marchés et projets cibles Promotions et programmes IBM

15 Les serveurs Express POWER7
Performance POWER7 leader Optimisation applicative Efficacité énergétique supérieure Fiables et disponibles Fonctions de diagnostics améliorés Simples à acquérir, installer et gérer Power 750 Express Power 740 Express 1S/2S 4U NEW! Power 730 Express 2S/ 2U Power 755 NEW! Power 720 Express 1S/ 4U Compute This POWER7 based Express lineup is a portfolio of 1-socket and 2-socket 2U rack-optimized servers and 4U rack & tower form factors and the 4-socket 4U rack-optimized Power 750. These systems deliver leadership performance and outstanding energy efficiency, the superior availability and security while being easy to buy, install and maintain. The Power 710 is a 1-socket 2U and the Power 730 is a 2-socket 2U. This form factor has probably been the most requested offering since it is was not part of our POWER6 portfolio but was part of our POWER5 portfolio. Clients have indicated they like form factor for a variey of reasons. The most common reason is its affordability and familiarity. The Power 720 is a 1-socket 4U rack or tower and the Power 740 like the big brother of the 720 and is a 1 or 2-socket 4u Rack or tower These are all POWER7 based servers and support AIX, IBM i and Linux. NEW! Power 710 Express 1S/ 2U OSs supportés NEW!

16 AIX & Linux <- orientation OS -> IBM i
Des serveurs d’entrée de gamme pour des besoins particuliers Possibilités I/O et stockage interne Power U - 2 Sockets 8, 12 or 16 coeurs Mémoire Max: 128 GB PCIe: 4 low profile Serveurs virtuels: 160 Power 740 4U - 2 Sockets 4, 6, 8, 12, or 16 coeurs Mémoire Max : 256 GB PCIe: low profile (opt.) I/O drawers : Oui Serveurs virtuels: 160 Concurrence : Utilisation : High performance, energy efficient server for application and infrastructure workloads consolidation in a virtualized environment Concurrence : Utilisation : High-performance, flexible, configurable and reliable midsize database and consolidation server AIX & Linux <- orientation OS -> IBM i Power U - 1 Socket 4, 6 or 8 cores Mémoire max: 128 GB PCIe: low profile (opt.) I/O drawer : Oui (sauf 4 coeurs) Serveurs virtuels: 80 Power U - 1 Socket 4, 6 or 8 coeurs Mémoire max: 64 GB PCIe: 4 low profile Serveurs virtuels: 80 How will we position these offerings? The Power 710 Express is a 1-socket server offering 4, 6 or 8-cores. The Power 710 was designed to fit in a broad range of dense deployment scenarios by supporting a wide range of AC power and a depth that will allow it to replace p5-510 and competitive servers. Workloads that have very modest memory requirements will be we suited for the Power 710. Examples of Power 710 deployments could be a distributed environment where a specific application is run at every site. Such as, a hotel chain. Most of us here are staying in hotel chain this week. Its likely each one of those has a small server to run some core business tasks. The Power 720 is designed to replace the Power 520 with an offering structure that is very similar. There are I/O and memory limitations on the 4-core Power 720 just like there are on the 1-core Power 520 and it comes in a rack or tower form factor. The 6-core and 8-core will offer expanded memory and I/O capabilities. The Power 720 will have lower energy consumption and acoustics than the POWER6 Power 520. It will actually be more along the lines of the p Hence, this will be the platform of choice for IBM i clients as well as distributed AIX clients that have become accustomed to the flexibility and configurability of this model. The Power 730 is a 2U, 2-socket data center optimized design supporting up to 128 GB of memory. Ideal for clients that want to dramatically reduce energy, space and complexity by virtualizing many application and infrastructure workloads onto just a few servers. rhe Power 740 Express is like the big brother of the Power 720 Express. It offers twice the processor and memory capacity in the same rack ot tower form factory. Ideal for workloads that may be more memory intensive i.e. midsize DB or consolidation of applications that have larger memory needs. The other advantage is that clients that want to start with a single 4, 6, or 8 –core processor can add a second processor module later as their workload demand grows. - Performance + Concurrence : Utilisation : Dense, attractively priced 1-socket server that fits seamlessly in your existing infrastructure Concurrence : Utilisation : Affordable, flexible rack or tower server for distributed applications or a complete, integrated business system with IBM i Possibilités I/O et stockage interne

17 Positionnement Power Systems Express Rack/Tower
Footprint, packaging 2U rack 4U rack, tower 4U rack Number of processor sockets 1 2 1 or 2 1 to 4 Number of cores 4, 6, 8 8, 12, 16 4, 6, 8, 12, 16 6, 8, 12, 16, 18, 24, 32 GHz clock 3.0, 3.7, 3.55 3.0 3.3, 3.7, 3.55 3.0, 3.3, 3.55 Max GB memory 64GB 64 (4-core) 128 (6/8-core) 128 256 512GB Max disk storage in system unit 1.8TB 2.4TB PCI slots in system unit PCIe: 4 PCIe: 4+4LP 5 (3PCie, 2PCI-X) LPARs 80 160 160 (SOD 320) 12X I/O Drawers No 4-core No 6/8-core Yes Yes Disk-only I/O drawers (#5886) Power requirements VAC VAC Warranty 3 year 1 year Primary Use Infrastructure and application server Distributed application server or all in one business solution Infrastructure consolidation Small to mid-size DB server, application consolidation server Mid-size DB server, application consolidation server Key differentiators Dense form factor, 1-socket performance Flexible, reliable and secure Density, high performance and energy efficient Memory capacity and configurability Performance, scalability, energy efficiency and hot swap PCI

18 Une évolution continue de la performance serveur
Les serveurs POWER7 Express fournissent une performance supérieure : En rperf 4 fois plus de performance que les serveurs POWER5 2 fois plus de performance que les serveurs POWER6 En CPW jusqu’à 6X la performance des serveurs POWER5 1.6 fois la performance par coeur 2.5X fois la performance des serveurs POWER6 1.26 la performance par coeur POWER7 delivers 4X the performance of POWER5 and 2X the performance of POWER6 in similar energy and footprints. For example, The Power 710 is 4x the p5-510 and the Power 720 is roughly 2X the Power 520. the Power 750 is more than 3X the Power 560 and 4X the Power 550. More performance in similar foot print can help clients be more efficient and reduce costs via the consolidation of many servers onto just one.

19 Le Power 730 fournit une performance supérieure
3X la performance du serveur Sun SPARC Enterprise T5240 1.5X la performance du serveur HP Proliant DL380 G7 (Westmere-EP) 1.9X la performance du serveur HP Integrity Blade Bl870c We will have leadership performance with these new 1 or 2-socket servers. The Power 730 is almost 3 times better than the Oracle/Sun T5240. From a bare metal perspective we expect to have > 30% performance with Westmere, Intel’s 6-core chip and Nehalem EX, Intel’s 8-core chip. When factoring virtualization VMware degrades performance between a 20% and 40%. Hence, our performance leadership in a virtualized environment goes up to roughly 1.7 to greater than 2X. Versus HPs new integrity based servers based on the Tukwilla chip we have nearly 2X the performance advantage. This performance leadership can help clients that improve their return on their hardware and software by lower cost by reducing the number of servers or reducing the number of cores.

20 De 48 à …1 De 47 à …1 Power 730 : quelques chiffres
Nombre de serveurs Sun SPARC Enterprise T2000s exploités pour la gestion d’un réseau de télécommunications pouvant être consolidés sur seul serveur IBM Power sockets. 95% de coeurs en moins = économies logicielles drastiques, 97% d’espace au sol en moins, 94% d’énergie en moins. Nombre de serveurs HP Proliant DL380 G5 pouvant être consolidés sur un seul serveur IBM Power sockets 98% d’énergie en moins, 83% de coeurs en moins permettant d’alléger drastiquement la facture logicielle, et 97% d’espace au sol libéré. 4X moins d’interruptions soudaines de services qu’un serveur Linux / x86 réduit les risques de perte de revenu et de productivité dues aux arrêts serveurs, et réduit les coûts de gestion d’infrastructure. De 47 à …1 Economies sur 3 ans en déployant IBM WebSphere Application Server sur 4 serveurs IBM Power 730 Express 16 coeurs with PowerVM vs. 9 serveur HP DL380 G7 12 coeurs avec VMware Economisez 18% sur les serveurs, 41% sur les licences et la maintenance WebSphere, réduisez de 56% l’occupation au sol, et de 42% la consommation énergétique. A bande passante équivalente, le serveur IBM Power 730 Express exploitant PowerVM et utilisé à 65% présente une économie de $32,000 sur 3 ans, comparé à un serveur HP ProLiant DL380 exploité avec VMware et utilisé à 50%. $244,000 moins cher 20

21 Adaptateur PCIe RAID SAS SDD
177GB SSD SAS Cntrl Adaptateur PCIe SAS / Double-wide card 4 slots SSD sur la carte / 1, 2 ou 4 modules SSD par adaptateur 177 GB par module SSD / Jusqu’à 708 GB par carte OS Supportés: AIX 5.3 ou ultérieur, IBM i 7.1, REHL 5.5 ou ultérieur, SLES 10 ou ultérieur Serveurs supportés : 710/720/730/740/750/770/780 (pas le 795) Host Bus Features PCIe1.0 x8 for transfer speeds upto 2GB/s LP double wide card Device Bus Features SAS speed = 3Gb/s 4 byte CRC for each LBA Memory Features 512MBs of Unified C/S & D/S No Write Cache Performance Seq Rd 800 MB/sec JBOD/RAID Seq Wrt 800 MB/ Sec JBOD Seq Write 200MB/Sec RAID 5 45K IOPs Read/Write JBOD Software Support IBMi / AIX / Linux Advanced Functions 1 to 4 Aries-1’s per Card RAID 0,10,5 Hot Spare Back ground parity checking Auto Config RAID 0 Solid State Disk 177GB usable eMLC: Total possible 708GB Service Assumptions SSD Service is deferred repair

22 Comparaison ancienne et nouvelle options SSD - Août 2010
Up to Option baie SAS Option PCIe 16% de mieux 1 SSD (capacité pas primordiale) $5,200 (69.7 GB) $4400 (177 GB) $ / GB (pour 1 SSD) $74.61/GB $24.86/GB $ / GB (adaptateur PCI + tous les disques SSD de l’adaptateur) $82.50/GB (557.6 GB) $29.17/GB (708 GB) $ / GB (I/O drawre PCIe + adaptateurs PCIe + tous les disques SSD) $93.25/GB (1115 GB) $32.25/GB (3540 GB) GB par I/O drawer 4U 1115 GB 3540 GB 66% de mieux 65% de mieux 65% de mieux 3x plus Prices are USA suggested list prices as of August 2010 with a Power Prices and are subject to change without notice. Reseller prices may vary. Note that Package discount prices for 5 adapters plus 20 SSD modules not shown in above analysis Note – maintenance prices not included in the above analysis.

23 IBM IBM Power Systems Contexte Annonces du 17 août Annonces
Cette vague d’annonces confirme le leadership d’IBM sur le marché des systèmes IBM Power Systems Annonces du 17 août Contexte Annonces . Le Power 795 . Les serveurs Express . Focus IBM i . Les nouveautés AIX . IBM Smart Analytics 7700 Positionnement et chiffres vs. X86 Marchés et projets cibles Promotions et programmes IBM

24 IBM Power Systems – Portefeuille POWER7 IBM i
Tier Model Processor Group User Entitlements Core Entitlements Application Server (core) Enterprise Enablement (core) Large 795 780 P50 $59,000 $9,000 $50,000 Medium 770 P30 Small 750 740 730 P20 $44,000 $15,000 720 6/8-core 710 6/8-core PS701/702 P10 260€ per user Unlimited - $50,000 $14,995 720 4-core 710 4-core PS700 P05 Unlimited - $18,750 3005,12€ % % % % Total 10774 *US list price

25 IBM Power Systems – Transition IBM i
550 2 I/O loops 2 socket s Jusqu’à 8 coeurs Groupe p20 750 2 I/O loops 4 sockets Jusqu’à 32 coeurs Groupe p20 520 2 I/O loops 2 sockets 4 coeurs groupe p10 740 2 I/O loops 2 sockets Up to 16 cores Small p20 tier 720 1 I/O loops 1 socket 6/8-core groupe p10 520 1 I/O loops 1 socket 2-core groupe p10 520 0 I/O loops 1 socket 1 coeur groupe p05 tier 720 0 I/O loops 1 socket 4 coeurs groupe p05

26 Chemins d’upgrade (Conservation du numéro de série)
795 780 595 595 770 570 Withdrawal Jan 2011 750 570 560 N/A 740 4/6/8/12/16 core 550 550 N/A 720 6/8 core 520 4 core core 520/525 520 2 core N/A 520 1-core 520/515 730 8/12/16 core 710 4/6/8 core 510 POWER5 POWER6 POWER7

27 Chemin d’upgrade des 520 (conservation du numéro de sérier)
740 4/6/8/12/16 core No upgrade paths into 740 POWER7 520 4-core 8203-E4A 720 6/8-core No upgrade paths into 4-core POWER6 POWER6 POWER7 withdrawn 525 520 2-core 9408-M25 * 520 2-core 8203-E4A withdrawn withdrawn POWER5 POWER6 POWER6 520 No one-step POWER5 to POWER7 720 4-core No upgrade paths into 4-core POWER5 withdrawn * POWER7 520 1-core 9407-M15 520 1-core 8203-E4A 515 No upgrade paths POWER6 POWER5 No upgrade paths POWER6 520 * conversion to 8203 POWER5

28 Jusqu’à $562 d’économie mensuelle avec 3x la performance
Power 720 & IBM i : quelques chiffres Jusqu’à $562 d’économie mensuelle avec 3x la performance Economisez jusqu’à $475/mois avec un serveur Power 720 Express ou une lame IBM BladeCenter PS700 et IBM i7 en remplacement d’une infrastructure iSeries ou System i5. Déployez de nouveaux projets applicatifs avec 3x la performance et 16x la capacité mémoire d’un serveur POWER5, avec le potentiel suffisant pour accompagner la croissance de votre activité. Simplifiez votre infrastructure avec IBM BladeCenter et réduisez l’occupation au sol de 42%. Jusqu’à $1266 d’économie mensuelle avec 3x la performance Economisez jusqu’à $1266/mois avec un serveur Power 720 Express ou une lame IBM BladeCenter PS701 et IBM i7 en remplacement d’un Power 550 IBM i. Bénéfices : réduisez vos dépenses opérationnelles exploitez au meilleur niveau de performance et de disponibilité vos applications métiers, décisionnelles, web, collaboratives, etc. Réduisez votre tarification logicielle IBM i Bénéficiez de 3x la performance et 2x la mémoire de votre ancienne installation Based on IBM i client moving from POWER5 525, to 720 or BladeCenter with PS Compare is moving from 525 with 2-core licensed for IBM i, to 720 with 1-core licensed (perf) 2 – cores (annual SWMA) 2 $ Max memory 8GB (perf) 1-core 5900, 4-core 23, (annual SWMA) 1 core = $ Max memory 128 GB PS700 SWMA savings alone = $5700 per year, $475 per month 40% Réduction constater sur le temps d’exécution de batchs de nuit en adoptant des disques SSD L’enjeu : permettre à une infrastructure préalablement configurée un taux et une répartition d’utilisation optimisée, en réduisant le temps passé par le serveur à traiter des batchs dans une journée, permettant un scope de production plus important dans la journée, sans avoir recours à un serveur additionnel Après rapide analyse de ROI, l’objectif est atteint en insérant 4 disques SSD dans la configuration de départ au lieu d’ajouter de la puissance supplémentaire IBM Power 720 Express 28 28

29 Rappel : offre de transfert de licences IBM i
Permet le transfert de licences IBM i optionnelles vers de nouveaux serveurs Implementé via le configurateur IBM SWMA requise sur les 2 systèmes Les serveurs sources doivent être exploité par le client depuis au moins un an Applicable sur les licences optionnelles, pas sur la licence de base C’est un droit à acquérir : il induit une “fee” administrative et l’acquittement d’un éventuel delta entre licences sources et licences de destination Les entitlement IBM i sont déplacés d’un serveur à l’autre Depuis POWER5, 6, 7 Vers POWER6, 7 , 570, 595 Power 550 (9409-M50, 8204-E8A) Power 550 (9409-M50, 8204-E8A) Power 560 (8234-EMA) Power 570 (9406-MMA, 9117-MMA) Power 570 (9406-MMA, 9117-MMA) Power 595 (9119-FHA) Power 750, 770, 780, 730 and 740 Power 750, 770, 780 For detailed information: IBM i Processor Entitlement Transfer guide 29

30 CBU for i Power 720 / Power 740 Power 720 Power 740
Cette offre fournit principalement les mêmes avantages que ce qui avait été constaté sur l’offre CBU for I en POWER6 IBM i processor license entitlement Temporary transfers Power 720 IBM i user entitlements 4-core (P05) 6/8-core (P10) Primary for 4-core = Power 720 or 520* Primary for 6/8-core = Power 720, 740, 750, 520* 550* or 560 CBU Power 720 #0444 IBM i processor license entitlement Power 740 Temporary transfers (P20) 5250 Enterprise Enablements CBU Power 740 Primary = Power 740, 750, 770, 550**, 560 or 570 #0444 No CBU for i option for Power 710/730 * POWER6 520/550, NOT POWER5 520/525/550. ** POWER5 or POWER6 550

31 IBM BladeCenter

32 i Editions Express for BladeCenter S IBM BladeCenter PS700
i Edition Express for BladeCenter S BladeCenter PS700 IBM i PowerVM Express BladeCenter S IBM i préchargé i Edition Express for BladeCenter S BladeCenter PS700, configuration de base pour IBM i 8GB de mémoire 2 x 300GB DASD 1 une licence IBM i, 1 an SWMA gratuit 10 utilisateurs IBM i 5 gratuits PowerVM Express Edition gratuit Chassi BladeCenter S avec stockage SAS 2 x 146Gb DASD IBM i prechargé A partir de $15,750 i Edition Express for BladeCenter S with RAID BladeCenter PS700 configuration de base pour IBM i 8GB de mémoire 1 licence IBM i, 1yr SWMA gratuit 10 utilisateurs IBM i 5 gratuits PowerVM Express Edition gratuit Chassis BladeCenter S avec switch RAID SAS 3 x 146Gb DASD IBM i préchargé À partir de $20,800 * US List Prices (BM pricing as of 8/17/2010 announce pricing) 32 32 32

33 Comparaison i Edition Express for BladeCenter S
i Edition est une solution intégrée, plus abordable qu’une solution lame HP avec Windows Server, SQL Server, et VMware IBM Solution - i Edition Express for BladeCenter S Solution HP BladeSystem avec Windows Chassis BladeCenter S IBM PS700 Express Licence IBM i et entitlement pour 10 utilisateurs Investissement requis : $15.7K* HP BladeSystem c3000 Enclosure HP StorageWorks SB40c storage blade HP ProLiant BL460c Logiciels Microsoft Windows Server 2008 Standard (10 utilisateurs) SQL Server 2008 Standard (10 utilisateurs) Symantec Backup Executive VMware vSphere Essentials Dépense requise : $18.3K* * Pricing comparison US List Prices (BM pricing as of 8/17/2010 announce pricing) HP Blade Server Microsoft Windows Server Microsoft SQL Server VMware Symantec * Pricing comparison US List Prices (BM pricing as of 8/17/2010 announce pricing) 33

34 IBM i Solution Editions pour SAP, JDE, Lawson et Infor
Reduisez les coûts, la complexité, et le temps de déploiement de vos projets ERP Des offres spéciales pour réduire le coût d’acquisition de ces solutions (jusqu’à 35% de réduction) Une installation optimisée pour réduire les temps de déploiement Une intégration totale avec IBM i pour éliminer toute complexité Il a été constaté qu’IBM i fournit un TCO 41% moins élevé qu’un projet équivalent sur le couple Windows / x86 Une offre intégrée ISV / Power Systems pour fournir une meilleure performance globale SAP Business All in One Oracle JDE Infor LX (BPCS), System 21 and XA (MAPICS) Lawson M3 and S3 Configurations pour 50, 150 et 500 utilisateurs 34

35 Amélioration du support I/O en environnement IBM i
Support LTO-5 Interne - Disponibile en septembre sur Power 720/740, IBM i 6.1 ou ultérieur Externe TS2250 & TS disponible maintenant avec PTF IBM i 6.1 ou ultérieur Support Protec TIER IOP-less Disponible maintenant avec PTF sur IBM i 6.1 ou ultérieur Nouveau disques SAS SFF 283 GB (10k RPM) Support FCoE (via VIOS) - FC, NIC, NPIV Support d’adaptateur cryptographique PCIe Annoncé sur IBM i 7.1. Pas annoncé en août sur IBM i 6.1.

36 IBM IBM Power Systems Contexte Annonces du 17 août Annonces
Cette vague d’annonces confirme le leadership d’IBM sur le marché des systèmes IBM Power Systems Annonces du 17 août Contexte Annonces . Le Power 795 . Les serveurs Express . Focus IBM i . Les nouveautés AIX . IBM Smart Analytics 7700 Positionnement et chiffres vs. X86 Marchés et projets cibles Promotions et programmes IBM

37 AIX 7 is compatible binairement avec les versions précédentes d’AIX
La compatibilité binaire d'AIX 7 est garantie avec AIX 6, AIX 5L* - Les applications actuelles vont continuer d’exister, pas besoin de les recompiler Supporte même les applications 32 bits créées sur des versions AIX antérieures AIX V5 Exploite toutes les possibilités des serveurs POWER7 Also exploits systems based on POWER4™, POWER5™, POWER6 processors Engagement de compatibilité binaire Processus d’upgrade Les précédents outils d’upgrade supportent aussi l’upgrade vers AIX 7 Les clients peuvent directement évoluer d’AIX 6 ou AIX V5 vers AIX7 Upgrade couverte/gratuite pour les clients sous (SWMA) Les Upgrades gratuites se font à niveau similaire d’édition: AIX 5.3 vers AIX 7 Standard edition, AIX 6 Express Edition vers AIX 7 Express Edition As stated earlier, AIX 7 will be binary compatible with applications created on AIX 5L and will run on Power4 and later systems. To smooth the transition to AIX 7 we have a number of activities planned - First, we are previewing this release with our clients months before it becomes generally available - Second, we have an Open Beta planned for later this year that will allow virtually any client to download and test AIX 7 - Third, we have extensive activities underway with our ISVs to insure that they understand the AIX 6 is binary compatible and to help them exploit some of the new features of AIX 7 - We also have a number of other activities, both for clients and ISVs to introduce this new version of AIX We believe that these activities will increase the adoption of AIX 7 by our clients and ISVs As you can see from the slide, clients with a software maintenance agreement will be able to upgrade to AIX 6 at no added charge when it becomes generally available. Finally, the upgrade process for AIX7 will be exactly the same as if it were named AIX 5.4 – existing tools such as alt disk install can be used to perform a straightforward upgrade to AIX7 with a minimum of disruption and risk. *See general conditions at ibm.com/systems/power/software/aix/compatibility

38 Cluster Aware AIX Conçue pour simplifier la construction et la gestion de clusters de systèmes AIX systems des environnements de calcul extensibles et de haute disponibilité Création simplifiée de clusters d’instances AIX pour faciliter la gestion des environnements de calcul extensibles et de haute disponibilité Conçu pour : Simplifier significativement la configuration, la construction et la maintenance de clusters Améliorer la disponibilité en réduisant le temps nécessaire à la “découverte” de pannes Simplifier l’administration de clusters Une gestion et une surveillance évoluées des événements à l'échelle du cluster Fournit une infrastructure de clustering fiable et évolutive pour les produits tels que PowerHA SystemMirror et PowerVM.

39 AIX 7 Profile Manager (anciennement AIX Runtime Expert)
Plug-in Systems Director conçu pour assurer une cohérence de configurations AIX au sein d’une infrastructure. Simplified configuration using the AIX Profile Manager XML Profiles Env var XYZ=“Yes” AIX security profile . tuneable N System Administrator Extract Set Compare System A System N System N System N Systems N Systems N System N

40 Certifications de sécurité AIX & Power Systems
2005 2006 2007 2010 AIX CAPP/EAL4+ Application: 01/11/05 Final report: 10/26/05 Certificate: 12/14/05 AIX 5L and Pitbull LSPP/EAL4+ Application :01/11/05 Certificate issued: 05/16/06 AIX ) CAPP/RBACPP/LSPP/EAL4+ Supports P7, P6, P5, P4 AIX LSPP/EAL4+ Pitbull product Supports P5, P4 Certificate issued: 12/19/06 AIX ) CAPP/RBACPP/LSPP/EAL4+ MLS capabilities integrated into standard AIX product One certification for 3 Protection Profiles Supports P6, P5, P4 Pitbull MLS Ported to AIX Pitbull product available to customers Dec 31, 05 Certification History AIX CAPP/EAL4+ Supports P5, P4 Certificate issued: 12/19/06 AIX 4.2 C2: Apr 24, 1997 AIX 4.3 C2: May 6, 19987 AIX 5.2 CAPP/EAL4+ : Nov 4, 2002 POWER4 HW CAPP/EAL4+ : Apr 2003 AIX 5.2 ML1 CAPP/EAL4+ : Sept 8, 2003 AIX 5.2 ML6 CAPP/EAL4+ : Dec 14, 2005 AIX 5.2 ML5 and Pitbull LSPP: May 16, 2006 AIX 5.3 TL5 and Pitbull LSPP: May 16, 2006 AIX 5.2 TL4 & VIOS CAPP/EAL4+: Dec 16, 2006 POWER6: Dec, 2007 AIX 6: May 26, 2008 POWER6 Hardware EAL4+ Dynamic LPAR with MicroPartitioning VIOS EAL4+ Included with AIX CAPP/EAL4+ Legend AIX V5.2 AIX V5.3 AIX 6 AIX 7 (Planned) VIOS POWER6 *All statements regarding IBM's future direction and intent are subject to change or withdrawal without notice, and represent goals and objectives only

41 Management target only
AIX 7 Editions AIX 7 Features Express Standard Enterprise Evolutivité verticale 4 cores 8GB per core 256 cores 1024 Threads Cluster Aware AIX Only with PowerHA AIX Profile Manager ¹ Management target only AIX 5.2 dans une WPAR ² Exploitation sans limite de POWER7 Workload Partitions Inclus WPAR Manager et Systems Director Enterprise Edition Disponibilité sur toute la gamme Power Systems ¹Requires IBM Systems Director ²Requires “AIX 5.2 WPAR for AIX 7” product

42 IBM annonce AIX 5.2 Workload Partitions for AIX 7
Une nouvelle offre qui permet aux clients de simplifier l’évolution de leurs charges applicatives AIX 5.2 vers la technologie POWER7 Fonctionne sur la couche AIX 7 et des serveurs POWER7 L’intérêt client Simplifer la consolidation d’applicatins vieillissantes sur une infrastructure à la pointe de la technologie Libérer de l’espace au sol et éliminer la maintenance et le support de serveurs devenus obsolescents. Protéger l’investissement initial de nos clients sur des applications auparavant stratégique L’offre inclut un support téléphonique pour AIX 5.2 Bénéficier d’avancées technologiques propres au POWER comme le SMT4, Live Application Mobility et Live Partition Mobility.

43 Cycle de vie des différentes versions d’AIX
2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015 2016 2017 2018 2019 AIX Next AIX 7 Express Std Entrpris AIX 6 Std GA 11/07 Entrpris 9/08 Express 4/10 AIX Enterprise Edition AIX Express Edition EOM 4/14 EOS 4/15 EOL 4/19 AIX 5.3 GA 8/04 EOM 4/11 EOS 4/12 EOL 4/16 EOM Announced 4/10 AIX 5.2 June 2010 GA 10/02 EOM 4/08 EOS 4/09 EOL 4/13 -Marketed and serviced -Fee-based service extension -Serviced only -Web support only -Technology Level Update All statements regarding IBM's future direction and intent are subject to change or withdrawal without notice, and represent goals and objectives only.

44 PowerHA SystemMirror PowerHA SystemMirror 7.1 Standard Edition représente la nouvelle génération de solutions de Haute Disponibilité. Cluster Aware AIX pour une technologie de haute disponibilité basée sur le kernel Nouvelle interface Director intuitive pour la gestion centralisée des clusters Smart Assists pour accélèrer le déploiement et la gestion des applications Pulsations multipoints redondantes avec communications SAN pour une intégrité cluster robuste définition de groupes de ressources et définitions de règles pour la relation de gestion entre plusieurs groupes de ressources PowerHA SystemMirror 6.1 Enterprise Edition expands storage options for multi-site HA/DR The new features of POWER7 provide features to optimize workloads - sometimes automatically and dynamically - to provide the best possible workload performance and throughput POWER7’s per core performance give it leadership transaction computing as evidenced by the leadership SAP SD 2 Tier results on the Power along with the top throughput computing results as evidenced by the leadership SPECjbb and SPECint_rate results The Power 780’s unique TurboCore mode allows the client to get the highest per core performance at 4.14GHz with the most cache per core... by booting in TurboCore mode, the system increases the frequency of 4 of the 8 cores, uses all 32MB of L3 cache across those 4 cores and provides outstanding performance per core and per thread. When you want to exploit the full parallelism of the 32 threads of an 8 core POWER7 processor, you can boot your system in MaxCore mode, simply buy additional CoD activations, and use up to all 8 cores in the socket at 3.8GHz on the Power 780. MaxCore is the default mode for all other POWER7 systems below the providing the maximum capacity and parallelization of POWER7. Power’s Intelligent Threads capability lets the system dynamically switch from single thread (ST) to dual thread (SMT2) to quad thread (SMT4) modes per core without rebooting the partition or system - it happens dynamically on the fly. IBM provides the flexibility to set the thread mode per virtual machine - e.g., to maximize database performance (ST or SMT2) or web application capacity (SMT4) - or let the system automatically and intelligently optimize the threading based on application demands and system utilization. Power’s Intelligent Cache technology provides the most performance per core by intelligently and dynamically flowing cache from core-to-core as demands dicate, always responding to the demands of the various cores on each processor. Intelligent Energy Optimization marries the system intelligence of EnergyScale(TM) features with the management of IBM Systems Director Standard Edition with Active Energy Manager to allow you to favor performance or favor energy savings for the best possible balance of performance and energy efficiency. Active Memory Expansion is an all-new capability that allows capacity to be increased for memory constrained environments like SAP or virtualization by making the system’s physical memory appear as being up to twice as large as it actually is - e.g., making 32GB look like 64GB to SAP or PowerVM. If you have used all available DIMM slots or have the full capacity of memory on your system, simply turning on Active Memory Expansion will give you additional memory capacity for more application throughput. IBM Solid State Drives provide OLTP applications or apps that require high I/O rates incredible performance. IBM i is optimized for SSD as i’s unique single level storage model can place “hot” pages on SSD while moving “colder” pages to mechanical hard disk drives (HDD). AIX and Linux gain similarly and will continue to be optimized for SSD through 2010. IBM DS8000® Metro Mirror, SVC Metro Mirror & Global Mirror IBM DS8700® Global Mirror EMC SRDF Hitachi Truecopy

45 IBM IBM Power Systems Contexte Annonces du 17 août Annonces
Cette vague d’annonces confirme le leadership d’IBM sur le marché des systèmes IBM Power Systems Annonces du 17 août Contexte Annonces . Le Power 795 . Les serveurs Express . Focus IBM i . Les nouveautés AIX . IBM Smart Analytics 7700 Positionnement et chiffres vs. X86 Marchés et projets cibles Promotions et programmes IBM

46 Déployer de nouvelles applications Applications Web et Collaboratives
IBM Power Systems, l’infrastructure intelligente pour exploiter des charges applicatives optimisées Gérer dynamiquement des données plus volumineuses, Plus rapides et de natures variées Déployer de nouvelles applications IBM Cloudburst™ Le premier environnement de cloud pré-packagé cloud, configuré et optimisé pour une infrastructure de production applicative critique basée sur Power 750 Serveur applicatif IBM pureScale Disponibilité maximale, serveur transactionnel intégré et évolutif, pre-configuré, pre-optimisé sur Power 770 Bases de données Applications Web et Collaboratives Smarter Systems Appliance IBM Rational Environnement de développement complet et intégré, comprenant les principaux outils de développement et compileurs, serveurs POWER7 Express Déployez une nouvelle intelligence d’entreprise Décisionnel IBM Smart Analytics Plateforme décisionnelle pré-intégrée, pré-optimisée, disponibles sur serveurs POWER7, pour un ROI à court terme

47 Le décisionnel concerne tous nos clients, indépendamment de leur taille ou de leur secteur d’activité “…Nos investissements sont-ils tous rentables?” “…Quel risque financier ce matin?” “…Quels sont nos produits les plus problématiques? Nos services donnent-ils suffisamment satisfaction?” “…Nos initiatives sont-elles rentables ou trop coûteuses? Lesquelles sont les plus efficaces à court terme? A long terme? “Nos prix de vente sont-ils correctement ajustés. Quels revenus/profits peut-on estimer en les revoyant à la baisse/à la hausse?” Analytics are cross industry, and even cross DEPARTMENTAL within those industries. It’s all about taking the massive amounts of data that companies are collecting, and being able to turn that into INFORMATION for better business decisions. And the data that companies are collecting is NOT just traditional forms of data, for instance, data stored in relational databases through order processing systems….but NON traditional forms of data that contain valuable nuggets of information. XML, for instance, is “the” standard for B2B data exchange, and free-form text in applications such as call center customer complaints or survey information. Banks want to understand risk. Gov’t entities need to know how stimulus money is being spent and if it is effective. Health industry needs to understand trends in treatments. Manufacturers need better demand forecasting systems to buy the right product from the right supplier at the right time. Retailers need to understand price elasticity and conduct market basket analysis studies. Telecoms need to address the significant churn, or loss of customers, in their industry. Fast Flexible Affordable “…How & when should we adjust plans to reduce churn & expand share?” 4000+ GBS Consultants with deep industry knowledge Industry Specific Warehouse Packs for quick starts

48 IBM Smart Analytics System 7700 Dans le détail?
Analytics Software Options InfoSphere Warehouse Cubing Services InfoSphere Warehouse Text Analytics & Data Mining Data Warehouse Software InfoSphere Warehouse InfoSphere Warehouse Advanced Workload Management Tivoli System Automation Hardware/OS IBM Power 740 Servers (16 core modules) IBM System Storage Designed for the IBM Smart Analytics System including SSD acceleration AIX 6.1 What is in the System? The 7600’s foundation is the POWER Systems model 550 Express Server. Each module of the solution is based on the model 550 Express Server, with IBM System Storage DS5300. The proven reliability and scalability of AIX on Power Systems is leveraged to provide the strongest foundation for large scale analytics systems. IBM’s InfoSphere software, including DB2 with specific extensions and tools for analytics workloads provides the software foundation, which also includes advanced workload management and Tivoli System automation for backup and failover support. Optional, but most likely included in most configurations, are additional modules that include both the hardware and software, preloaded and optimized. The Business Intelligence module includes Cognos 8 BI, and additional modules allow you to add Cubing Services and Text Analytics and Data Mining. Cubing Services provides a high performance engine for doing multi-dimensional analysis, commonly referred to as On Line Analytical Processing, or OLAP, where end users can slice and dice through data in a very interactive and high speed environment. Text Analytics and data mining help to uncover hidden gems of information in the data that would otherwise go unnoticed! August 17, 2010 7700 RFA Announcement September 17, 2010 7700 R1 pGA Announcing in Q4: Cognos BI Module Control Console 1H 2011 Withdraw 7600

49 La solution Smart Analytics vs. Oracle Exadata
Performance et évolutivité Smart Analytics leverages proven shared nothing, massively parallel architecture which is ideal for mixed data warehouse/BI workloads and scaling Exadata uses shared disk RAC – very UNPROVEN in large dw environments Coût – La solution 7700 offre 2x la capacité à 67% du prix Taxe Oracle de $10,000 (U.S. List) sur chaque disque ou $1.6M par rack entier Disponibilité – Smart Analytics conserve résilience et disponibilité sans dégradation de performance en cas de d’altération d’un module de données (pas Exadata) Critères d’évaluation IBM Exadata OLAP, Data Mining, Text Mining Oui Non Business Intelligence (Cognos) Proven MPP architecture for scalability 100% de performance même en cas d’altération Support de serveurs et de stockage de différentes générations 1 anné de maintenance logicielle incluse Installation serveur incluse Coût de Licence logicielle par disque (coût supplémentaire) The Smart Analytics System provides more value than Oracle Exadata. The Smart Analytics System includes Cubing Services for OLAP, with it’s own server for optimized performance. OLAP is not included in Exadata, it is an extra cost option for Oracle 11g. The Smart Analytics System also includes integrated data mining and text mining. Oracle only offers Data Mining as an extra cost option. Cognos BI has been optimized and integrated within the Smart Analytics System. Oracle customers can purchase Cognos but it will not arrive as integrated component of Exadata in the way it does with the Smart Analytics System. The Smart Analytics System is based on a proven scalable shared nothing architecture. Exadata is a new architecture that is still based on Oracle RAC shared data access which has not been well regarded for data warehouse workloads. Smart Analytics System has no performance degradation if a server fails, (assuming the standby configuration is deployed) while Exadata suffers performance degradation as they do not have standby nodes. Smart Analytics System provides investment protection, supporting multiple generations of servers and storage. 1st year maintenance is included, and so is the system installation. These are extra costs with Exadata. Finally, Oracle customers are already fed up with Oracle database licensing costs. Now, in order to 'improve performance' - these same customers are being asked to purchase another set of software licenses - for every disk drive on the system! That's right - the new Exadata software costs $10,000 per disk drive. It adds up quickly - with 168 disk drives on an Exadata Sun Oracle Database Machine - that's $1,680,000. Plus 22% annual maintenance. On top of the already expensive Oracle database licenses. For something that the Oracle database was already supposed to provide - decent performance. Don't let Oracle get away with it!

50 IBM IBM Power Systems Contexte Annonces du 17 août Annonces
Cette vague d’annonces confirme le leadership d’IBM sur le marché des systèmes IBM Power Systems Annonces du 17 août Contexte Annonces . Le Power 795 . Les serveurs Express . Focus IBM i . Les nouveautés AIX . IBM Smart Analytics 7700 Positionnement et chiffres vs. X86 Marchés et projets cibles Promotions et programmes IBM

51 Les avantages AIX/POWER versus Linux/Commodity x86
Les avantages des serveurs IBM Power Systems AIX vs les serveurs Linux x86 Comparing AIX and Linux What is the difference between AIX and Linux? That question can be answered in multiple ways. From a technical perspective, both are variants of the UNIX operating system originally developed at AT&T in They share many technologies and standards, but have developed in different directions. AIX is IBM’s version of UNIX, introduced in 1986 and extensively updated and enhanced since that time. It is the primary operating system for the IBM line of RISC-based Power Systems. Linux is an “open source” kernel originally developed in 1991, and subsequently enhanced in multiple distributions. It runs mainly upon “commodity” x86 servers. From a practical perspective, there are other differences. According to users, Power Systems and AIX deliver levels of availability, performance, scalability, manageability and security that are – by wide margins – higher than for Linux and x86 servers. Virtualization and system management capabilities, and failover solutions are significantly better. Higher-quality service and support are available. The AIX operating system is also considered to be more stable, and its evolution more predictable, than is the case for even major Linux distributions such as Novell SUSE Enterprise Linux (SLES) and Red Hat Enterprise Linux (RHEL). This translates into significant benefits in development and system administration productivity, and in reduced risk for organizations that employ it. These conclusions are based on input from 27 organizations that have made major investments in Power AIX systems as well as in SLES and/or RHEL on x86 servers. This group reported the advantages of Power AIX systems over Linux x86 servers to be as shown in figure 1. These results are consistent with other sources. For example, industry surveys have consistently shown higher levels of availability for Power Systems than for any other non-mainframe platform. These are also recognized leaders in performance and scalability. The advantages of employing “hard” partitioning technologies such as Power Systems microcode-based logical partitions (LPARs) have also been widely documented. Highly granular partitioning – LPARs can be configured in increments as small as 1/100th of a processor core – and tightly integrated system and workload management enable organizations to realize higher levels of consolidation than may be achieved using software-based x86 server virtualization tools such as VMware and Xen. This is the case even for performance- and availability-sensitive production systems. Integration and optimization of hardware, firmware and software features have led to capabilities in Power Systems and AIX that provide major value to users. The level of integration is significantly less for commodity x86 hardware platforms, Linux distributions and third-party tools supporting these. Examples of such capabilities include Simultaneous MultiThreading (SMT), Intelligent Cache and TurboCore mode for latest-generation POWER7-based systems. These not only boost overall performance, but also allow hardware and software resources to be configured to execute specific types of workload in a highly efficient manner. Other capabilities include industry-leading reliability, availability and serviceability (RAS) and energy efficiency features, along with kernel exploitation of POWER Storage Keys, which allows AIX to use a unique Power Systems hardware feature to prevent software errors that cause more than 75 percent of UNIX system crashes. Although Power Systems play a major role in differentiating AIX and Linux, many users saw the technology content of the AIX operating system as offering significant advantages. Key AIX capabilities had been developed and enhanced over long periods – in some cases for close to two decades. IBM enhancement and support policies were also seen as providing benefits not offered by the Linux “open source” model. Greater predictability, maintenance of binary compatibility between versions, and consistency of IBM service and support meant that there were, to quote one user, “no surprises.” It should be emphasized that the advantages of AIX compared to RHEL and SLES did not preclude use of these. However, it did mean that they were recognized as higher-risk options. Organizations were less willing to employ them for applications that supported large user populations, or major business processes, and for which high quality of service was required. Cost Picture It is often argued that Linux x86 servers offer a lower-cost alternative to Power Systems and AIX. This view may be questioned on a number of grounds. One is that, as survey results indicate, AIX and Linux are typically used for different applications. RHEL and SLES are most commonly used to support Web services and infrastructure functions, and for comparatively light-duty business and productivity applications. Power Systems and AIX tend to support systems with larger databases and user populations, and more demanding workloads. Industry experience has shown that, if Linux x86 servers are employed in such roles, cost structures change rapidly. More powerful hardware, larger numbers of servers, and additional software for high availability, system management and other functions are typically required. Third-party virtualization tools such as VMware increase costs further. Higher levels of consolidation and system administrator productivity enabled by Power Systems and AIX also mean that personnel costs may be significantly lower than for Linux x86 servers. In four examples presented in this report, lower full time equivalent (FTE) staffing for Power Systems and AIX result in three-year system administration personnel costs that average 58 percent less than for use of commodity Linux x86 servers. Calculations are based on user installations in financial services, IT services and manufacturing companies, and in a major government agency. Existing Power Systems and AIX configurations and FTE system administration staffing were compared with those that would be required to support the same applications and workloads using commodity Linux x86 servers. Details of these installations, and of configurations, FTE staffing and cost calculations may be found in the Detailed Data section at the end of this report. Conclusions Among the organizations surveyed for this report, none planned to phase out Power Systems and AIX in favor of Linux x86 servers, and the reverse was also the case. Although there were some areas of overlap, the functional capabilities of and value propositions for these platforms were clearly differentiated. To quote one user, it was not “an either/or issue.” It is difficult to disagree with this conclusion. Both can provide value, and the opportunities afforded by both should be pursued. One further point should be noted. As adoption of new Power Systems hardware and AIX versions tends to lag IBM introduction cycles, many organizations had not fully exploited the capabilities of POWER6-based systems and AIX 6, which were introduced in None had experience with POWER7-based systems, which were introduced in February These are discussed later in this report. In the following sections, user responses are first presented, and issues raised by these are discussed (User View). The technical capabilities of Power Systems and AIX are then outlined (Technology View). Additional Information This ITG Executive Summary is based upon results and methodology contained in a Management Brief released by the International Technology Group. For copies of this Management Brief, please requests to Systems Administration cost comparison From “VALUE PROPOSITION FOR AIX ON IBM POWER SYSTEMS : OWNERSHIP EXPERIENCES COMPARED WITH LINUX ON COMMODITY X86-BASED SERVERS” International Technology Group ©2010 Available on ibm.com/AIX

52 IBM Power Systems - Des performances supérieures
Exemple du serveur IBM Power 7 730 3X la performance du serveur Sun SPARC Enterprise T5240 1.5X la performance du serveur HP Proliant DL380 G7 (Westmere-EP) 1.9X la performance du serveur HP Integrity Blade Bl870c We will have leadership performance with these new 1 or 2-socket servers. The Power 730 is almost 3 times better than the Oracle/Sun T5240. From a bare metal perspective we expect to have > 30% performance with Westmere, Intel’s 6-core chip and Nehalem EX, Intel’s 8-core chip. When factoring virtualization VMware degrades performance between a 20% and 40%. Hence, our performance leadership in a virtualized environment goes up to roughly 1.7 to greater than 2X. Versus HPs new integrity based servers based on the Tukwilla chip we have nearly 2X the performance advantage. This performance leadership can help clients that improve their return on their hardware and software by lower cost by reducing the number of servers or reducing the number of cores.

53 65% IBM Power Systems – Une virtualisation améliorée
Le couple PowerVM / POWER7 apporte une virtualisation sans limites ainsi qu’une performance plus importante que celle proposée par VMWare pour des charges applicatives similaires 65% PowerVM surpasse VMware de plus de 65% sur un serveur Power 750, exploitant les mêmes applications Linux et des ressources virtualisés comparables* PowerVM delivers virtualization without limits, in contrast to the constraints of x86-based platforms running third-party software such as VMware. This is one of many reasons that an increasing number of IBM Power Systems clients have been migrating workloads from x86-based platforms to the more robust, scalable and high-performance POWER architecture. Comparisons using industry enterprise workload benchmarks such as AIM7 demonstrate conclusively that PowerVM on a Power 750 outperforms VMware vSphere on a high-end x86-based server (in this case, an HP DL380 G6 equipped with Nehalem EP processors). The performance advantage of PowerVM over VMware ranges from 56% for workloads using a single virtual CPU up to 65% for workloads configured with eight virtual CPUs (which is the highest number supported by VMware). More importantly, PowerVM continues to scale beyond VMware, allowing as many virtual CPUs in a VM as there are CPU cores on the host system (up to 32 cores, in the case of the Small tier Power 750). The complete benchmark results are included in a technical white paper that can be downloaded from the IBM Web site here: PowerVM exploitent les applications plus efficacement que VMware, avec un taux d’utilisation des ressources bien plus important, un rapport prix/perf plus favorable, une meilleure résilience et disponibilité HP DL380 G6 Power 750 * “A Comparison of PowerVM and VMware Virtualization Performance”, April 2010 53

54 Reduction des coûts d’administration des charges applicatives : avantage PowerVM
D’après le livre blanc d’ITG (Avril 2009, une étude comparative ménée sur l’administration de charges applicatives dans 3 secteurs industriels distincts amène à la mpeme conclusion : PowerVM est beaucoup plus efficace et rentable dans ce domaine.

55 (in VMware Infrastructure 3)
PowerVM propose des fonctionnalités et une flexibilité plus abouties, notamment dans la réallocation dynamique de ressources Virtualization Capabilities VMware ESX 3.5 (in VMware Infrastructure 3) VMware ESX 4.0 (in VMware vSphere 4.1) PowerVM Virtual CPUs per VM 4 8 256 Memory per VM 64 GB 255 GB 8192 GB Live VMs per server 192 320 1000 CPU threads per server 32 64 1024 Memory per server 256 GB 1024 GB Dynamic CPU/memory No Add (but not Remove) Yes Direct I/O access Some (with Nehalem) Implementation Third-party software Built-in firmware Hypervisor I/O isolation Yes (using VIOS) Cross-platform virtualization Yes (using Lx86) Mobility across generations Yes (POWER6-7) Source:

56 5 mins Zero intervention
La consolidation d’infrastructure matérielle et logicielle bénéficie aussi aux PME 5 mins La solution POWER7 Un serveur Power 750 à économie d’énergie avec PowerVM explotant AIX, IBM i et Linux, en intégration totale avec System x et VMWare “With PowerVM, we went from 95% to only 5% of our time managing or reacting to our environment. And, saved the business hundreds of thousands of dollars in licensing and application fees.” Nigel Fortlage, Vice President of IT, GHY International Pour ajouter une machine virtuelle et déployer un nouveau projet applicatif sur l’infrastructure existante Zero intervention La solution POWER7 Un serveur Power 750 à économie d’énergie avec PowerVM explotant AIX, IBM i et Linux, en intégration totale avec System x et VMWare “Processor virtualization has given UPMC the ability to provide capacity very quickly and efficiently at no additional cost.” Bill Hirsch Manager, Systems Support University of Pittsburgh Medical Center Pour ajouter/déployer de la capacité supplémentaire pour supporter la croissance applicative 56

57 Des solutions IBM Power Systems abordables
i Edition est une solution intégrée, plus abordable qu’une solution lame HP avec Windows Server, SQL Server, et VMware IBM Solution - i Edition Express for BladeCenter S Solution HP BladeSystem avec Windows Chassis BladeCenter S IBM PS700 Express Licence IBM i et entitlement pour 10 utilisateurs Investissement requis : $15.7K* HP BladeSystem c3000 Enclosure HP StorageWorks SB40c storage blade HP ProLiant BL460c Logiciels Microsoft Windows Server 2008 Standard (10 utilisateurs) SQL Server 2008 Standard (10 utilisateurs) Symantec Backup Executive VMware vSphere Essentials Dépense requise : $18.3K* * Pricing comparison US List Prices (BM pricing as of 8/17/2010 announce pricing) HP Blade Server Microsoft Windows Server Microsoft SQL Server VMware Symantec * Pricing comparison US List Prices (BM pricing as of 8/17/2010 announce pricing) 57

58 Des solutions IBM Power Systems rentables
TCO réduit de 41% Three-year Costs by Platform Averages for All Installations * Value Proposition for IBM Power Systems Servers and IBM i: Minimizing Costs and Risks for Midsize Businesses International Technology Group, Los Altos, California

59 Les solutions alternatives du marché, à intégrer
HP UX Oracle Database VMWare Oracle Weblogic Windows Server 2008 SQL Server 2008 VMware Symantec Backup Exec Oracle Weblogic Windows Server 2008 SQL Server 2008 TCO amélioré de 41% 15x moins d’alertes de sécurité2 Disponibilité et résilience métiers démontrées 1. Value Proposition for IBM Power Systems Servers and IBM i: Minimizing Costs and Risks for Midsize Businesses International Technology Group, Los Altos, California 2. Source June 2010

60 AIX/POWER, l’OS le plus fiable des marchés UNIX, Linux et Windows
Exemple “With PowerHA for IBM i, we have the flexibility to assess the nature of the outage and the ability to protect productivity by quickly resuming service.” — David Gerdes, Chief Operating Officer, CATCO Parts and Service Interruptions globales (Heures chaque année) 20 mins Open Source Linux HP UX 11/ HP Integrity HP UX 11/ PA RISC Sun Solaris / SPARC IBM AIX POWER Apple MAC Red Hat Enterprise Windows Server 2008 Windows Server 2003 the time taken to resume business operations on a backup system after an unplanned outage. A recent survey of 400 IT users worldwide by ITIC showed that the combination of AIX and Power Systems provides the best result in each of these categories. Our availability is % - 2 ½ times the next best UNIX alternative and 10 times better than Windows on x86. AIX/Power reliability was best with less than one outage per year per system. This is particularly impressive when you consider that Power systems dominates the midrange and highend and so the average configuration of our systems is much larger than the competitive systems. We have more hardware to fail but it doesn’t bring the system down because of the way our HW, firmware, and OS work together. This survey measured patch time to the OS – and AIX on Power was the best at that as well with only 11 minutes average time to install a patch. 54% of IT execs surveyed say they need 99.99% availability or better. With these kind of results it is no wonder that more and more of them are choosing Power systems. LeaderShip IBM 99.997% de disponibilité* 2.3X mieux que qu’un autre UNIX 4X mieux que les plateformes Linux x86 >10X mieux que les plateformes x86 génériques *Source: ITIC 2009 Global Server Hardware & Server OS Reliability Survey Results, July 7, Fully paper is available at ibm.com/aix 60 60

61 IBM IBM Power Systems Contexte Annonces du 17 août Annonces
Cette vague d’annonces confirme le leadership d’IBM sur le marché des systèmes IBM Power Systems Annonces du 17 août Contexte Annonces . Le Power 795 . Les serveurs Express . Focus IBM i . Les nouveautés AIX . IBM Smart Analytics 7700 Positionnement et chiffres vs. X86 Marchés et projets cibles Promotions et programmes IBM

62 5 axes pour vendre avec le POWER7 !!!
IBM Power Systems 5 axes pour vendre avec le POWER7 !!! 3 critères encore plus pertinents de winback : - Couple Oracle DB / WebLogic - Couple DB2 / WebSphere - ERPs (SAP + les autres majeurs mentionnés dans les i Editions) Competition UNIX Clients Power avec X86 Competition Workloads X86 consoli- dables sur POWER7 Clients POWER 5/6 Nouveaux projets Sweet Spots Les workloads Sun Solaris ou HP UNIX (e.g., SAP) et les multiples Sun T1/T2 à consolider sur Power 750 avec Power VM Les clients 550, 570, or 595 avec des serveurs x86 servers non-IBM et charges applicatives à virtualiser sur POWER7 Les applications tarifées aux coeurs (Oracle DB, Web Logic et RAC, par ex.) exploités sur des serveurs x86 non-IBM Upgrade des clients POWER 5/6 clients ou POWER multiples quad cores POWER5 Positionner le POWER7 sur des nouveaux projets incluant BDD, BI, GMAO, ERP GB Enterprise R R R R R Mid Market R R R R 62

63 iCare – évolution de la base installée IBM i
Mid-Range et High End : Serveurs Power 5 550, 570 et 595 à faire migrer en POWER6 : il n’y aura pas de MES direct de POWER5 vers POWER7 Une première cible est définie à 100 serveurs Entrée de gamme : 270, 820, 830, 840 : migration nécessaire vers V5R4 d’ici la fin de l’année 800, 810, 825, 890 : migration nécessaire vers V5R4 et V6R1 POWER5 515, 520, 525, vers POWER6 nécessaire : pas de MES de POWER5 vers POWER7 Une première cible est définie à 2000 serveurs sous SWMA en 4Q2009 à faire évoluer Servers IBM i 5.4 IBM i 6.1 IBM i 7.1 POWER7 550, 570 POWER6 JS12, 22, 23/43, 550* 560 POWER6 520, 550*, 570, 595 POWER5+ 515, 525 POWER5 520, 550, 570, 595 800, 810, 825, 870, 890 270, 820, 830, 840

64 iCare – évolution de la base installée IBM i
Des raisons d’évoluer Des raisons financières : Augmentation de 2 points de base de la SWMA : le renouvellement de licence augmente donc de 20% Rappel : en cas de MES, possibilité de transférer des licences d’un serveur POWER5 vers un serveur POWER 6 ou POWER7 Selon les besoins de perf CPW des clients, évolution possible vers un groupe logiciel moindre Des raisons technologiques : Mise à niveau technologique i6.1.1 > support SSD, VIOS redondants, support tape lib /NPIV, support FC sur DS5100 et DS5300, Support Dual RAID,etc… I7.1 > améliorations xml avec DB2, workload capping, partitions i6.1 et i7.1, améliorations Systems Director, etc…

65 IBM IBM Power Systems Contexte Annonces du 17 août Annonces
Cette vague d’annonces confirme le leadership d’IBM sur le marché des systèmes IBM Power Systems Annonces du 17 août Contexte Annonces . Le Power 795 . Les serveurs Express . Focus IBM i . Les nouveautés AIX . IBM Smart Analytics 7700 Positionnement et chiffres vs. X86 Marchés et projets cibles Promotions et programmes IBM

66 Offre de financement à taux 0% sur 12 mois !
Vous souhaitez accompagner financièrement vos client dans leur investissement en matériel Power 7 ? IBM Global Financing vous propose : Offre de financement à taux 0% sur 12 mois ! Sur tous les matériels IBM Power & Storage Pour un montant total allant jusqu’à 300K€ Date limite de validité de l’offre : 30 Septembre 2010 Offres personnalisées de migration vers la technologie P7 Mise à niveau de votre équipement IBM actuel sans aucune interruption de votre activité. Rachat de votre ancien matériel (IBM ou non-IBM) Migration vers du matériel P7, de façon rapide, rentable et simple. Offre réservée aux professionnels sous réserve d’acceptation du dossier par IGF

67 Value Seller (non Special Bid)
PLETS ZU , ZV , ZW POWER (P6 & P7) PRODUITS ELIGIBLES All Hardware products qualify REMISE DE BASE Selon Exhibits ou Grossistes (10%) GAMME POWER P6 P7 + REMISE QUICKPRICER + 35% + 25% + VS Adders % remise ( via OPRA) Business Partner OOI (MM & destacked accounts) 5% MiID MARKET ou DORMANT 3% SOLUTIONS 3% ou 5% SEUIL MINIMUM POUR QUALIFIER le VS OOI Adder 100k€ LP LOGICIELS & SWMA Base + 20% Quickpricer No VS adders MES standalone OUI Hardware exclusions NON

68 Value Match Plus (Special Bid)
PLETS ZU , ZV , ZW POWER (P6 & P7) PRODUITS ELIGIBLES TOUS SYSTEMES Si LE LIST PRICE > 100K€ Marge de base sur MEP (Maximum End User Price) Selon grille + VM Adders (% MARGIN) via OPRA ) Business Partner OOI (MM & destacked accounts) + 5% Mid Market ou DORMANT + 3% SOLUTIONS + 3% ou + 5% SEUIL MINIMUM REQUIS POUR QUALIFIER LE VS OOI Adder 100k€ LP Software Inclus MES standalone OUI Hardware exclusions NON

69 Q3 Power Promotions & Programs
EARLY BIRD BONUS Promotion Nouveau 6% remise arrière Nouvelle oppy dans GPP (17/08 et 17/09/10) Nouveau systems p7 annonce août Et facturation sur septembre 2010 Date de Fin : 30/09/2010 GROW YOUR IBM POWER BASE Nouveau Références clients p7 Competitive X86 Competitive UNIX Remplacement ancienne technologie Inscription : Omar Archer Box Bonus – Remise arrière Date de Fin : 30/12/2010

70 Q3 Power Promotions & Programs
POWER YIELD promotion (remise arrière) 3 % sur nouvelles opportunités GPP ouvertes avant le 28/08 Facturées et closées sur Q3 Deals < ou = 50k€ net value Inscription : Omar ARCHET avant 20 aout Date de fin : 30/09/2010 MOVE TO P520 promotion (remise frontale) + 10% sur les modèles p 520 Remise qui s’ajoute à la remise Value Seller IBM CUOD (remise frontale) 10% Extra Discount sur CUoD

71 Autres Programs – Valables en Q3
“Move up to Power 6” 1er OS gratuit en cas de migration d’un systeme installé Directement implémenté dans le configurateur Pas cumulable avec Value Seller i Service vouchers on POWER6 Know Your IBM Rewards POINTS doublés sur les ventes déclarées des nouveaux systemes P7 annoncés en aout

72 Back-Up

73 Eligible Legacy Systems for Move up to i Initiative

74 IBM i Service Vouchers (Contact V. Ughetto)


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