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Application Sweet Spots – Do more, Do it faster
OLTP Databases
– Financial, gaming, real-time billing, trading, real-time monitoring, query
acceleration (DB2/Oracle), etc.
Analytical applications (OLAP)
– Business intelligence, batch processing, ERP systems, reporting, massive data
feeds, etc.
Virtual Infrastructures
– VDI, Consolidated virtual infrastructures, user profiles, etc.
HPC/Computational Applications
– Simulation, modeling, rendering, FS metadata, scratch space, video on demand,
thread efficiency, etc.
Cloud-scale Infrastructures
– On-demand computing, content distribution, web, caching, metadata, GPFS,
active file management, etc.
Financial
Government
E-Commerce
HPC
Telecom
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Flash Reality – Deterministic High Performance
Minimal application changes needed – non-disruptive
Can co-exist with any other storage vendors – no rip-replace
Flash is quick and easy to deploy – various methods of deployment
Flash has a quick ROI – minimum 3X performance improvement
Flash Solves Business Problems – TODAY
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Performance
Gap
increase CPU (Application) efficiency
decrease time to operation results
unlock scale of users or processes
provide the best end user experience
From 1980 to 2010, CPU performance has grown 60% per year*
…and yet, disk performance has grown ~5% per year during that same period**
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Why is Latency So Important?
Consider Little’s Law of mathematical queue theory as it applies to Application Performance
Q = the number of parallel threads running in the application
t = the Time it takes for an IO request to be serviced
R = Result, typically measured in IOPS or Bandwidth
Let’s Assign Values to this equation:
Now let’s see how FlashSystem alters this equation
That’s a 50X improvement in response time and amount of work completed!
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Reduced Latency translates to Application Efficiency
Servers,
Applications and
Databases are
FASTER!
Benefits & economics
outweigh
disk
No application
Or architecture
Changes
CPU Utilization
& App. Efficiency
CPU Utilization
& App. Efficiency
Application
Processing Time
4%
Total Application
Processing Time
5,200us (5.2ms)
50%
Total Application
Processing Time
400us (.4ms)
What do you do with
the Extra Time?
Time Waiting for I/0
(Waiting for Array)
5,000us (5ms)
200us (.2ms)
Reduce floor space,
power & cooling
Time Processing Data
200us (.2ms)
200us (.2ms)
(Server CPU)
Disk/Hybrid/SSD
IBM FlashSystem
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IBM FlashSystem 840: Reliability Ingredients
Superior Durability:
Superior Protection:
Using the Best Flash
Beyond Disk RAID
Chip/Plane/Die level protection
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SLC Market demand decreasing.
eMLC data protection techniques delivering
more wear life than what market demands
eMLC delivers best Price/Performance
3X
Variable Stripe Sizes
Read Disturb Mitigation
Automatic Read Sweeper
High-Speed Clock Recovery
Advanced
Engineering = Less
Maintenance
10X
Protection Within And
Across Flash Modules
Self-Recovering
Flash Modules
Avoid system rebuilds
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Variable Stripe RAID™ (VSR)
10 Chips 9+1 RAID5
…
16 Planes
FAIL
…
 Patented VSR allows RAID stripe sizes to
vary.
 If one die fails in a ten-chip stripe, only
the failed die is bypassed, then data is
restriped across the remaining nine
chips.
 VSR reduces maintenance intervals
caused by Flash failures
Variable Stripe RAID means a “grab from” the over-provisioning pool is only done after 8
bad block or bad plane failures, whereas the competition will need to “grab from” the
over-provisioning pool after every failure
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IBM FlashSystem Family
820 System
840 System
Flash 820 is 1u
840 is 2u
Model
820 - eMLC
840 - eMLC
Capacity
10 or 20 TB
4 - 40 TB
Latency (R/W)
100/25 us
125/75 us
IOPS
525,000
1,000,000
Bandwidth
5GB/s
8GB/s
Interfaces
4x 8Gb FC or 4x 40Gb IB
8 & 16 Gb FC, 10 Gb FCoE, IB
Data Protection
2D Flash RAIDtm (inc. VSRtm)
2D Flash RAIDtm (inc. VSRtm)
820 Power 350watts
2u and 625 Watts
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IBM FlashSystem 840 RAS Components
Flash Modules (12)
Batteries (2)
RAID Controllers (2)
Interface Modules (4)
Canisters (2)
Fans (4)
Management Modules (2)
Power Supplies (2)
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IBM FlashSystem 840
Highlights
 Non-disruptive code upgrades
 2U Form factor, Standard 19 rack
 Low Power and Cooling requirements
 4 to 40 TB of capacity (4TB increments)
– Available in 2TB and 4TB Flash modules
– (2, 4, 8 or 12 Modules)
 Optional Support for Data at Rest Encryption (USB key)
 New GUI interface, Based on award winning deign
 Full notification support
– Call home, email, SNMP, Syslog redirect
Serviceability / Management
 Easily serviced Modularized FRU’s and CRU’s from front
and rear
– All components are hot swappable
– Flash modules and battery packs from the front
– Power, fan and interface modules from the rear
 Connectivity Support
– (16) 8 Gb FC, (8) 16 Gb FC
– (16) 10 Gb FCoE Ports
– (8) 40 Gb Infiniband Ports
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IBM FlashSystem 840 GUI
New GUI
 Based on award winning design
– Consistent with existing IBM systems offerings SVC/V7000/XIV
– Runs from FlashSystem management controller
 Full notification support
– Call home, email, SNMP, Syslog redirect
– SNMP V1/2 network management system support
– Syslog redirection support
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IBM FlashSystem Enterprise Performance Solution
with Enterprise Capabilities
Extreme Performance
IBM FlashSystem Enterprise Performance Solution
IBM FlashSystem v840 Storage Enclosure
6U, Scalable Performance to 1.5M IOPS (8 nodes)
Business Continuity with Copy Services
Upgradeable, Granular Capacity (4,8,12,24,40)
$/TB Value with Thin Provisioning & Real Time Compression
Drive Storage Efficiency with Easy Tier
External Virtualization & Space Efficient Copies
Intuitive an Standardized GUIs
Macro Efficiency 2U form factor
Variable Stripe RAID™ + 2D Flash RAID
for Enterprise Reliability
Extreme Performance with IBM MicroLatency™
Fully protected 40TB data capacity
High performance enterprise class featured solution
Scalable to 1.5M IOPS for large scale enterprise systems performance
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Advanced software capabilities
Redefine Tier 1
Performance
Software
Defined Storage
Deep Application
Integration
Easy to
Manage
High availability configurations
Enable continuous data availability
Elevate
efficiency
•
High-performance
Flexible
Architecture
•
Reads serviced from Flash
•
Writes to both
Enterprise
RAS
Local and remote application
Volume
Virtual
Nand
Flash
HDD
Full suite of BC/DR capabilities
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Native IP Replication
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•
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Synchronous Replication over Metro distances
Target can be: StorWize v3700, V7000, v840
or VSC DR Cluster
A-sync Replication over Global distances
Application-level consistency groups
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Elevate Data center efficiency metrics beyond disk
Redefine Tier 1
Performance
Real-time
Compression
Store more data with
less flash
Thin
Provisioning
Purchase only the
storage you need
when you need it
Software
Defined Storage
Deep Application
Integration
Elevate
efficiency
Easy to
Manage
Flexible
Architecture
Enterprise
RAS
Tipping Point
Economics
Dynamic
growth
98% Reduction
50% Reduction
In Processing Time
in TCO
97% Reduction
95% Reduction
in Physical Footprint
in Power Consumption
Improve data center
economics with better
environmentals
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Flexible deployment – scale up and scale out
• Grow capacity and performance as needed:
Redefine Tier 1
Performance
Software
Defined Storage
Elevate
efficiency
Deep Application
Integration
Easy to
Manage
Flexible
Architecture
Enterprise
RAS
Capacity
Performance
• Enable/disable compression on specific data sets as needed
• Enable/disable automated tiering on data sets as needed
• Extend advanced software functions to third party storage
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FlashSystem v840 and VMware: an ideal fit
Redefine Tier 1
Performance
Software
Defined Storage
Elevate
efficiency
Deep Application
Integration
Flexible
Architecture
Easy to
Manage
Enterprise
RAS
Driving efficiency, performance,
flexibility & scale in virtualized
environments
•
Redefine Tier 1 performance for workloads with diverse I/O patterns
•
Optimize your data tier with thin provisioning, snapshots and real-time compression
Area
Integration
Value
Management
vCenter plug-in
• Storage visibility
• Self-service provisioning with controlled delegation
Business
Continuity
SRA for Site
Recovery
Manager
• Automated Storage and Host
• Failover
• Failover testing
• Failback
Performance
VAAI
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Hardware accelerated VM copy/migration
Hardware accelerated VM initiation
Accelerate VMFS (no SCSI reservation)
Space reclamation (UNMAP)
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IBM v840 Integration – Architecture
DB Servers
Boost Performance
Boost Redundancy
- Without Disruption
- Without Risk
- Without Feature Loss
Write IO to both mirrors
Read IO from FlashSystem for
µsec response times
SAN
SAN
READS
WRITES
READS
IBM v840
WRITES
Flash
20 TB
Establish Mirror
17
2
TB
2
TB
2
TB
2 TB
2 TB
2 TB
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Oracle ASM (Volume Manager) – Architecture
DB Servers
ASM
Boost Performance
Boost Redundancy
- Without Disruption
- Without Risk
- Without Feature loss
READS
SAN
SAN
WRITES
IBM Flash 840
ACTIVE DATA
ACTIVE DATA
30 TB
Mirror
100 TB
30 TB
ARCHIVE DATA
TRANSITIONAL DATA
5 TB
TRANSITIONAL DATA
5 TB
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Preferred Read Case Study: Wireless Provider
Problem
Call-center operatives need
fast, reliable access to data
on accounts, usage and
billing.
Solution
FlashSystem
FlashSystem
Deployed nine FlashSystem
820 solutions with a total of
150 TB, virtualized and
managed through SVC
Benefit
“The IBM FlashSystem solution also allows us to identify and address potential customer
issues faster, helping us to maintain and build our subscriber numbers—which is
absolutely the most critical metric in our industry.”
•Cut latency by 10x
•Reduced Energy
Consumption
•Easy integration into
existing environment
-Karim Abdullah, Director of IT Operations, Sprint Nextel
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Preferred Read Case Study: Market and Political
Analytics
Problem
•Locked into expensive VMAX array
•Needed more storage and
performance with smaller footprint.
Solution
•Deployed FlashSystem using Oracle
ASM (usually no cost; 1-line change)
•Mirroring 40 TB of FlashSystem 820
to existing 15K VMAX disks
Preferred Read
Mirroring with
Oracle ASM
Oracle RAC
Benefit
•Disk I/O dropped from 5 ms to 0.288
ms and all time recovered went back
to application – 71% reduction in user
clock time.
•More than 2x app performance
improvement
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Manual Data Placement Case Study: Online Services
Mobile Market Share
Problem
50-100% year over
year growth and
storage is the
bottleneck
Solution
Comscore January 2013
Web Market Share
Moved all
production data to
Over 100 TB of
IBM/TMS flash
storage
Benefit
Comscore July 2012
Images are served
in less than 5ms
“...[reduced] our latency by a factor of 500x and in turn retain[ed]
millions of users.”
-Owen Morley, Service Delivery Operations Manager, PoF
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SVC Case Study: Industrial Client
Problem
•SAP performance problems
•$100K/month SLA penalties - application was
too slow
•Concern of future scalability of existing
solutions
Solution
Deployed 2 FlashSystem 810 products to
accelerate critical end of month SAP
e-business process
Benefit
•464% better response time than pure disk
solution
•157% better CPU utilization = lower Oracle
license costs
•75% lower operational costs
•2-4x overall performance improvement for
critical month-end batch process
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GPFS Case Study: Penn State
Problem
Accelerate nightly backups to meet
windows.
Solution
Implement the flash system solution
instead of adding 200 high
performance disks.
Benefit
•Instant 6x performance increase in
nightly backups
•Reducing power consumption by
90%
“We literally just turned it on and that’s all the performance tuning we
did. It just worked out of the box.”
“They’re very well made and a very mature product.”
- Jason Holmes, Lead Sys. Admin, Penn State University
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Media Case Study: Ultimate Fighting Championship
Problem
Transcode Engine
Providing digital content for over 130
platforms and storage bottlenecks
created by transcoding.
Solution
Integrate a flash system without
disruption to current environment and
within a day.
Benefit
“It has just completely eliminated bottlenecks. Everything is flowing smoothly.”
“Within a day we were able to get it running in a production environment without
a huge change in the infrastructure. There was nothing we had to change in
code or workflow.”
•Time for transcoding jobs dropped by
up to 70 percent
•Reduced load on disk storage that
was impacting other operations by 40
percent
-Danny Gold, VP, UFC
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All flash Case Study: Life sciences Client
Problem
SQL cluster
IBM 3650
IBM 3650
•Experiencing pain with JDE BD
loads / backups / restores
•Needed better system performance
for the end user
Solution
10 TB Flash System 820
•Installed IBM FlashSystem 820 into
a a SQL DB, clustered, running
Oracle JDE
•Included Oracle OLAP processes
Benefit
20 runs with 40 users (20-Journal,
20-Sales Orders)
•Backup Time improved from 5 hours
to 42 minutes
•Restore Time improved from 6.5
hours to 1.2 hours
•Batch times went from 7:30 hours to
2:37 and 17:47 to 7:07
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Enterprise Solution Case Study: Wholesale Distribution
Problem
•CCBCC needed to crunch more data without
increasing time-to-insight
•Requirement of meeting service level agreements
with their customers
AIX Servers
“Our mission statement is to make, sell
and deliver Coca-Cola Company products
better than anyone else. By using IBM
SVC
FlashSystem to accelerate our insights
into customer demand, we’re better
placed than ever before to offer
unbeatable levels of service to our
customers across the United States.”
FlashSystem 820
“Installing the FlashSystem technology
itself took just an hour or so—it really is a
plug-and-play solution.”
—Tom DeJuneas, Infrastructure Manager,
Coca-Cola Bottling Co. Consolidated
Solution
Switch
XIV
•IBM FlashSystem Enterprise Solution
•AIX LVM host mirroring
•IBM Flash Centers of Competency - POC
•IBM Lab Services provided knowledge transfer and
helped implement the FlashSystem with their existing
SVC and XIV storage
Benefit
•Batch processes run 4x faster
•Process 20 x more forecasting data within the
existing window and SLAs
•Reduce the risk of over- or under-stock positions
•Improve TCO profile
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Computer Services Case Study: COCC
Problem
COCC is a financial technology provider that
uses custom Oracle ATM processing
application. COCC needed to upgrade their
infrastructure to support the very IO intensive
application without increasing their footprint.
Without this upgrade, they would not meet their
SLA’s.
Solution
SAN Environment
Multiple FlashSystem Arrays with Hitachi in a
preferred read configuration using Oracle ASM
Preferred Read Mirror
Benefit
Video available at
http://youtu.be/ogHRa39ILts
CIO Chad Burney won InfoWorld CTO 25 award
for performance and cost improvements in
addition to:
•ROI Period: 3 months
•Batch Times: lowered by 85%
•OLTP Times: lowered by 90%
•Power: lowered by 80%
•Footprint: lowered by 75%
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All flash Case Study: CloudAccess.net
Problem
When CloudAccess.net was chosen to host the
Joomla! content management system demo site,
the company needed to build a cloud platform that
met huge performance and capacity demands.
Solution
CloudAccess.net built the Joomla! Virtual Private
Memory Cloud, delivering data center-class
performance at a competitive cost with highperformance flash storage from Texas Memory
Systems (TMS), an IBM company. They deployed
two RamSan 810s (now FlashSystem 810) as the
back end storage behind a Brocade switch. Disk
storage was completely eliminated.
“Honestly, we don’t even touch the RamSan – the performance and easeof-use has gone way beyond our expectations, and Texas Memory
Systems has the support and human part down pat. When it comes down
to flash technology, they really can’t be beaten.”
Benefit
Offers scalable performance and affordable high
capacity in a compact, efficient design. Enables the
company to deliver an unthrottled platform that
supports tens of thousands of users.
- Gary Brooks, CEO, CloudAccess.net
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Financial Case Study: Kiwoom Securities
FEP Trading system
IBM P720
IBM P720
Problem
Leading the Korean stock market, the firm needed
to replace RS400s, better manage its mounting
data volumes, and enable faster online trading to a
rapidly growing customer base.
Solution
FlashSystem #1
FlashSystem #2
Mirroring
“IBM FlashSystem will contribute to a dramatic increase of the transaction
speed which will enable us to eventually enhance our services and hold a
dominant competitive position in the industry.“
IBM installed IBM FlashSystem 710 with a
capacity to handle 1 TB of data per system storage
Configuration:
•Server: IBM P720
•O/S : AIX 6.1
•Application: Altibase
•OS Mirroring between 1 TB of FlashSystem 710
Benefit
The trading environment the solution helped create
is faster, more cost-effective and easier to
manage. It also can be extended in the future to
support competitive customer service.
- JinMan No, CIO of Kiwoom Securities
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IBM Flash Benchmark Results
45TB Oracle OLTP – 5 Node RAC
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NAND Performance : Spinning Disk Comparison
Benchmark test at 240% of customer’s current workload
283% Improvement!
391% Improvement!
Spinning Test
•DATA01…… (pref READs to SSD)
•DATA02…….(pref READs to HDD)
•DATA03…….(pref READs to HDD)
•DATA04…….(REDO logs – HDD)
3191% Improvement!
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NAND Performance: Hybrid Comparison
Hybrid Test
•DATA01 – NAND+SSD (ASM Mirror – pref READs to SSD)
•DATA02 – NAND+HDD (ASM Mirror – pref READs to NAND)
•DATA03 – NAND+HDD (ASM Mirror – pref READs to HDD)
•DATA04 –REDO losg HDD only
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NAND Performance: All NAND + 575K DISK64 Workload
NAND Test
•DATA01 /02/03/REDI logs – NAND
•DATA04 - HDD
32 Additional Cores added
NDISK64+ Workload to NAND
RAT120 + 617,000 Additional IOPs
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NAND Performance: Flash Hardware Performance +NDISK64
Performance Metrics Flash
• IOPs Peak: 710,825
• Bandwidth: 5.9 GB/s
• CPU Average: 27.3% Utilization
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Poughkeepsie Benchmark Center
Storage Architecture, Power, and Cooling Comparison
Spinning Test
•DATA01…… (pref READs to SSD)
•DATA02…….(pref READs to HDD)
•DATA03…….(pref READs to HDD)
•DATA04…….(REDO logs – HDD)
DS8800 / 951
•8-Way P6
•128GB Cache
•8x8Gb IO Ports
•240 x 146GB 15K HDDs (RAID10)
DS8800 / 951
•8-Way P6
•256GB Cache
•8x8Gb IO Ports
•240 x 146GB 15K HDDs (RAID10)
DS8800 / 951
•8-Way P6
•256GB Cache
•8x8Gb IO Ports
•192 x 300GB 15K HDDs (RAID10)
•48 x 300GB SSD (RAID5)
DS8800 / 951
•8-Way P6
•256GB Cache
•8x8Gb IO Ports
•192 x 450GB 10K HDDs (RAID10)
•48 x 300GB SSD (RAID5)
XIV GEN3
•15 x 4way Intel CPUs
•360GB Cache
•24x8Gb IO Ports
•180 x 3TBB 7.2K HDDs (RAIDX)
Array Frames 5
Rack Space: 201U Rack
Floor Tile(s): 12.5 2x2
Power
Heat
~36 KVA
~125,000 BTUs
Spindle Count: 1140
[1044 HDDs + 96 SSD]
NAND Test
•DATA01 /02/03– NAND
•DATA04 – HDD*
NAND FLASH 820
•20TB (RAID5)
•4x8Gb FC ports
NAND FLASH 820
•20TB (RAID5)
•4x8Gb FC ports
NAND FLASH 820
•20TB (RAID5)
•4x8Gb FC ports
DATA04: HDD
1 Disk Group: 200GB
XIV GEN3
Array Frames
0
Rack Space:
Floor Tile(s):
3U
1 2x2 Tile
Power:
Heat:
~1 KVA
~3,000 BTUs
Card Count:
36 FLASH Cards
•1 x 3TBB 7.2K HDDs (RAIDX)
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Poughkeepsie Benchmark Center
Environmental Comparison Conclusion
Flash delivers more than pure speed
• Near linear scalability
• 50x reduction in space consumption
• 2,416% Less Power
Normalized $ / IOPS
25x Less
$25
$1
3 x IBM
FlashSystems
1044Spindles+ 96 SSDs
Space
Energy
50x Less
2416% Less
5
Racks
29kw
1.2kw
3 x IBM
FlashSystems
0.1 Racks
1044Spindles+ 96 SSDs
3 x IBM
FlashSystems
5 frames
1044 Spindles+ 96 SSDs
TCO Characteristics - NAND FLASH vs Array Based Storage Architecture
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How IBM FlashSystem will help you
1. Collect some easy to gather performance information about your environment
 Host: IOstat, perfmon, sar, etc.
 DB: Oracle AWR, DB2 db2support, etc.
 Storage: Symmetrix WLA, NAR files, etc.
2. Get back with a FREE detailed performance assessment that identifies
 The DB components consuming time – CPU utilization, top 5 foreground/background events
and their impact on overall response time
 Predicted improvement on response times and CPU utilization with IBM FlashSystem
 Recommendations on other tuning activities that could improve overall response times
3. Follow up with a two week trial to demonstrate the predicted performance improvement with
FlashSystem
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IBM Flash Specialists
Mike Brooks
IBM Flash Sales
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