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Power Systems 2013
Power Hardware:
2Q Deep Dive
Paul McCloud
[email protected]
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Title of presentation goes here
Agenda
• Power 795 enhanced
– New memory features & I/O enhancements
• Power 795/780/770 CoD ease-of-ordering features
• Power 770/780 additional I/O options
– 16Gb Fibre Channel
– 10Gb Ethernet – 2-port NIC & FCoE
– #EDR1 EXP30 Ultra SSD I/O Drawer
• COMING SOON - High Performance Option with DS8800
• PowerLinux low-latency, “accelerated” 10Gb Ethernet adapter
– Solarflare’s OpenOnload Low Latency
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New Power 710 with 1-year warranty option
IBM i I/O SAN configuration enhancements
Power 750/760 IMFC enhanced
Statement of Direction for DAT160 tape
Flex System #EC24 CN4058 8-port 10Gb Mez card update
Bonus topics
PureSystems Update
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Power 795 New Memory
#EM40, EM41,
EM42, EM44
• Big price performance enhancements
• Same capacity points as with existing 2GB
DRAM DIMM memory features
• Newer 4GB DRAM technology in the DIMMs
save electricity & cooling
• Same pricing as POWER7+ 780 memory
45-85% lower for DIMMs
27% lower for activations
Price statements based on IBM USA suggested list prices as of May 2013 on a Power 795 and are subject to change without notice; Reseller prices may vary.
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Power 795: New Memory Price/Performance
New DIMMs provide significant memory price reduction and activation price
reduction (new features built with 4Gb DRAM vs 2Gb DRAM technology)
Feat GB
Current
feat #
$ / GB
New feat
#
$ / GB
0/32 GB
5600
61.25

EM40
17.2
0/64 GB
5601
120.63
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EM41
17.2
0/128 GB
5602
120.64
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EM42
17.2
0/256 GB
6664
120.65
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EM44
66.4
1GB
activate
8212
256

EMA2
185
+ New memory uses much less electricity/cooling than current memory
Memory features and pricing now consistent with POWER7+ 770/780
7.6 Firmware is required
Prices shown are IBM USA suggested list prices as of May 2013 on a Power 795 and are subject to change without notice; Reseller prices may vary.
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Power 795: New Memory Price/Performance
Easier to buy “standby” memory and Elastic (On/Off) memory
For example … using the 0/128 GB memory features as a comparison:
– Was $31,824 to buy 128GB memory + 64GB activations ---- 64GB inactive
– Now $14,040 to buy 128GB memory + 64GB activations ---- 64GB inactive
Around a 50% reduction !!!
Pie charts below show price of 0/128 GB memory 100% activated
2200
15440
Physical
Activate
April 2013
$48,208 for 128GB
Fully activated
32768
23680
June 2013
$25,880 for 128GB
Fully activated
795 memory features and pricing now consistent with POWER7+ 770/780
Note: 7.6 Firmware is required
Prices shown are IBM USA suggested list prices as of May 2013 on a Power 795 and are subject to change without notice; Reseller prices may vary.
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Memory Config Rules
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SAME as previous memory features:
Same minimums per server or per book or per socket/SCM
Same minimum activation rules
Same maximums per server or per book
Same considerations mixing of different size memory features
Can mix new (#EM4x 4Gb technology) & old (#56xx 2Gb technology)
Can mix on the same server (assuming 7.6 firmware)
Can mix on the same processor book
BUT can NOT mix on the same socket / SCM
Can continue to buy old memory features even if on Firmware 7.6
But probably a poor economic/environmental decision
Also announcing equivalent bulk memory features #EMB1, EMB2, EMB3, EMB4
(only
used when upgrading from POWER6 595 to Power 795 when POWER6 595 has bulk memory features)
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Power 795 Memory Details
• 32 DDR3 DIMM slots per processor book (8 memory feat codes)
• DIMMS: 8GB, 16GB, 32GB, and 64GB
• Plugged in “octants” of DIMMs. 1 feature code = 4 identical DIMMs. So always plug two feat
codes of memory at a time
• CAN mix pairs of different size DIMM features on same processor book
• Per processor book: minimum 2 quad DIMMs (two of the same memory features)
• Per system: minimum of 50% of memory capacity activated or minimum of 32GB memory
activated (which ever is larger)
# Proc books
DIMM slots
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96 128 160 192 224 256
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Capacity per processor book
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Max TB
DIMM
size
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Original
Feature
Code
New
Feature
Code
Feature
GB
#5600
#EM40
0/32
#5601
#EM41
0/64
#5602
#EM42
0/128
#5564
#EM44
0/256
(assuming same size DIMMs used)
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256
16 GB
n/a
128
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256
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384
n/a
512
32 GB
n/a
256
n/a
512
n/a
768
n/a
1024
64 GB
n/a
512
n/a
1024
n/a
1536
n/a
2048
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Power 795 & PCIe Gen2 Function
• Plug GX++ PCIe adapter
directly into GX++ slot on the
processor card
• No cabling except optical fiber
for downstream I/O switch
• Max 3 GX++ PCIe adapters per
per processor book
• Can be in any of the 4 GX slots
• Using a GX++ PCIe adapter
means an I/O drawer can not be
placed in that GX slot. Can
have one or the other. OK to
mix.
• No change to minimum of one
#5803 I/O drawer per 795
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Power 795 PCIe Gen2 Enhancements
PCIe Gen2 GX++ I/O enhancements
Expanding support for adapters introduced Oct
2012
#EN22
#EN23
– IBM i support of the FCoE adapter (#EN22)
starting 26 July 2013 (#EN23 already supported
by IBM i)
– RHEL 6.4 support of the FCoE and FC
adapters (#EN22 and #EN23) now available
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PCIe Gen2 for Power 795
• Two PCIe Gen2 GX++ adapters
• 16 Gb Fibre Channel #EN23
• 10 Gb FCoE/CNA #EN22
Nov GA 2012:
• 2-ports of high performance capability
– Access to full bandwidth of GX++ bus (up to 20 GB/s peak)
– Slightly lower latency than adapter in #5803/5873 I/O Drawer, but
probably not noticeable for most client applications
• Innovative, highly compact packaging
– Combines GX adapter + GX cables + PCIe I/O drawer + PCIe adapter
into just one new 2-port GX adapter
– Can save money, space, energy/cooling, maintenance
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GX++ 2-port 10Gb FCoE (CNA) SR Adapter (#EN22)
 FCoE (Fibre Channel
over Ethernet
 CNA (Converged
Network Adapter)
CCIN = 2B74
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Two ports - each 10 Gb
Each port runs Ethernet NIC (Network Interface Card) and/or Fibre Channel traffic
N_Port ID Virtualization (NPIV) capability through VIOS
Attachment to switch is supported, no direct device attachment support
OS levels required
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AIX Version 7.1 with TL 7100-02
AIX Version 6.1 with TL 6100-08
IBM i – 6.1 or later with VIOS. NIC initially supported, FCoE supported 26 July 2013.
Linux - not supported as of 2012
VIOS 2.2.2.0
Firmware 7.6 required
• Standard SR fiber optic cables with LC type connectors up to 300m
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OM4 - multimode 50/125 micron fibre, 4700 MHz*km bandwidth
OM3 - multimode 50/125 micron fibre, 2000 MHz*km bandwidth
OM2 - multimode 50/125 micron fibre, 500 MHz*km bandwidth
OM1 - multimode 62.5/125 micron fibre, 200 MHz*km bandwidth
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Power 795/780/770
Easier Ordering of CoD Memory Features
• Easier to order large amounts of memory billing features
– Adding a 100-day billing feature (#EMJ3) for granularity
– Helps enable max of 99,990 GB/memory days per order
– Enhancement applies to Power 770/780/795 (“B/C/D” models)
• Easier to order large amounts of memory activations
– Adding a 100 GB activation feature (#EMA3) for granularity
– Also allowing more 256 GB activations features ordered at one time
– EMA3 added to Power 795, already on POWER7+ 770/780
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Agenda
• Power 795 enhanced
– New memory features & I/O enhancements
• Power 795/780/770 CoD ease-of-ordering features
• Power 770/780 additional I/O options
– 16Gb Fibre Channel
– 10Gb Ethernet – 2-port NIC & FCoE
– #EDR1 EXP30 Ultra SSD I/O Drawer
• COMING SOON - High Performance Option with DS8800
• PowerLinux low-latency, “accelerated” 10Gb Ethernet adapter
– Solarflare’s OpenOnload Low Latency
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New Power 710 with 1-year warranty option
IBM i I/O SAN configuration enhancements
Power 750/760 IMFC enhanced
Statement of Direction for DAT160 tape
Flex System #EC24 CN4058 8-port 10Gb Mez card update
Bonus topics
PureSystems Update
© 2013 IBM Corporation
Power 770/780 Additional I/O Support
Extending support of I/O
announced earlier onto the
Power 770/780
Power 770/780
“C” models
GA date
Power 770/780
“D” models
GA date
2-port 16Gb Fibre Channel
PCIe Adapter (#EN0A)
7 June 2013
19 July 2013
4-port (10 Gb FCoE & 1
GbE) SR&RJ45 PCIe
Adapter (#EN0H)
7 June 2013
19 July 2013
EXP30 Ultra SSD I/O Drawer
(#EDR1)
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7 June 2013
(plus adding IBM i)
Already supports
(adding IBM i)
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2-port 16 Gb Fibre Channel (HBA)
Support for Power 770/780 “C” & “D” models
May 2013 announcements
#EN0A – full high
#EN0B – low profile
• Runs at 16Gb, 8Gb or 4Gb
• Adding Power 770/780 support
• Already on POWER7+ 710/720/730/740/750/760
• Compared to the #5735 2-port 8Gb FC
• Price* #5735 = $3499 #EN0A = $4500
• Only 30% more price = 100% more bandwidth**
• Even if not using 16Gb switches / devices today, for just a little more, buy
and use an adapter which can adapt to your future configurations
* Prices shown are IBM USA suggested list prices as of May 2013 on a Power 720 and are subject to change without notice; Reseller prices may vary.
** Running at 8Gb provides half the potential bandwidth compared to running at 16 Gb. Running at 4Gb provides ¼ the potential bandwidth.
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2-port 16 Gb Fibre Channel Adapter
#EN0A – full high
#EN0B – low profile
• 16 Gb per port bandwidth
– 2X the bandwidth of the 2-port 8Gb Fibre Channel adapter
– Same bandwidth of 4-port 8Gb Fibre Channel adapter
•CCIN
577F
May 2013 announcements
• Each port runs at 16Gb, 8Gb or 4Gb (fastest available connection)
• For PCIe Gen2 slots in POWER7+ 710/720/730/740/750/760
– Adding 770/780 (‘C’ and ‘D’ models) fulfilling SOD
– For Power 795 see #EN23 2-port 16Gb FC GX++ Adapter
• NPIV support through VIOS
• AIX, IBM i, Linux, VIOS support
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AIX Version 7.1 with TL 7100-02 and Service Pack 2, or later
AIX Version 7.1 with TL 7100-01 and Service Pack 7, or later (added since announcement, was SOD)
AIX Version 6.1 with TL 6100-08 and Service Pack 2, or later
AIX Version 6.1 with TL 6100-07 and Service Pack 7, or later
Note NOT PLANNED: AIX 6.1 with TL 6 and AIX 7.1 with TL 0 and AIX 5.3
IBM i 6.1 -- VIOS required. Both VSCSI and NPIV protocols supported.
IBM i 7.1 -- VIOS required. Both VSCSI and NPIV protocols supported.
SUSE Linux Enterprise 11 Service Pack 2, or later
Red Hat Enterprise Linux – see SOD
VIOS requires VIOS 2.2.2.2, or later
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2-port 16 Gb FC Adapter - Cabling
#EN0A – full high
#EN0B – low profile
FC Switch
Adapter includes two
SPF+ transceivers
• Use same cabling as with 8Gb FC or 10Gb optical Ethernet
• Standard SR fiber optic cables with LC type connectors :
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OM4 - multimode 50/125 micron fibre, 4700 MHz*km bandwidth
OM3 - multimode 50/125 micron fibre, 2000 MHz*km bandwidth
OM2 - multimode 50/125 micron fibre, 500 MHz*km bandwidth
OM1 - multimode 62.5/125 micron fibre, 200 MHz*km bandwidth
• Cables are client responsibility
Cable / Speed / Distance
Cable | 4 Gbps | 8 Gbps | 16 Gbps
----------------------------------------------------------OM4 | .5m - 400m | .5m - 190m | .5m – 125m
OM3 | .5m - 380m | .5m - 150m | .5m – 100m
OM2 | .5m - 150m | .5m - 50m | .5m – 35m
OM1 | .5m - 70m | .5m - 21m | .5m – 15m
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4-port 10GbE CNA/FCoE & 1GbE Adapter
Support for Power 770/780 “C” & “D” models
May 2013 announcements
#EN0H – full high
#EN0J – low profile
Adding Power 770/780
2 ports 10GbE CNA
Already for POWER7+ 710, 720, 730,
740, 750, 760
2 ports 1GbE NIC only
CNA = Converged Network Adapter
– Fibre Channel over Ethernet (FCoE) and NIC traffic simultaneously
– NIC = Network Interface Card
“Like 3 cards in one” …
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A 2-port 10Gb Ethernet NIC card
A 2-port 8Gb Fibre Channel Card
A 2-port 1Gb Ethernet NIC card
#5708 ~ $4150
#5735 ~ $3500
~ $8,150
#5767 ~ $500
– #EN0H/EN0J only $3500
– Save up to $4650 …. 57% reduction !!!
– Save up 2 PCIe slots … 66% reduction !!!
* Prices shown are IBM USA suggested list prices as of May 2013 on a Power 720 and are subject to change without notice; Reseller prices may vary.
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4-port 10GbE CNA & 1GbE Adapter
May 2013 announcements
#EN0H – full high
#EN0J – low profile
• Two ports: 10 Gb per port
– CNA (Converged Network Adapter) – FCoE & NIC
• Two ports: 1 Gb (1000Mb) or 100Mb per port
– NIC (Network Interface Card)
•CCIN
2B93
• For PCIe Gen2 slots in POWER7+ 710/720/730/740/750/760
– Adding 770/780 (‘C’ and ‘D’ models) fulfilling SOD
– For Power 795 see #EN23 2-port 10Gb CNA GX++ Adapter
• NPIV support through VIOS for FCoE
• AIX, IBM i, Linux, VIOS support
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AIX Version 7.1 with TL 7100-02 and Service Pack 2, or later
AIX Version 7.1 with TL 7100-01 and Service Pack 7, or later (added since announcement, was SOD)
AIX Version 6.1 with TL 6100-08 and Service Pack 2, or later
AIX Version 6.1 with TL 6100-07 and Service Pack 7, or later
Note NOT PLANNED: AIX 6.1 with TL 6 and AIX 7.1 with TL 0 and AIX 5.3
IBM i 6.1 -- VIOS required. NIC supported, FCoE starting 26 July 2013
IBM i 7.1 -- VIOS required. NIC supported, FCoE starting 26 July 2013
SUSE Linux Enterprise 11 Service Pack 2, or later
Red Hat Enterprise Linux – see SOD
VIOS requires VIOS 2.2.2.2, or later
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4-port 10GbE CNA & 1GbE Adapter Cabling
#EN0H – full high
#EN0J – low profile
2 ports 10GbE CNA
SR Optical
2 ports 1GbE NIC
RJ45
Adapter includes two
SPF+ transceivers
for 10Gb ports
•Cables are the responsibility of the client
•Standard SR fiber optic cables with LC type connectors :
– OM4 / OM3 - multimode 50/125 micron fibre, up to 300 meters length
– OM2 - multimode 50/125 micron fibre, up to 82 meters length
– OM1 - multimode 62.5/125 micron fibre, up to 33 meters length
•RJ45 ports use 4-pair CAT-5 Unshielded Twisted Pair (UTP) or higher
– Up to 100 meter length
* Prices shown are IBM USA suggested list prices as of Jan 2013 on a Power 720 and are subject to change without notice; Reseller prices may vary.
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Agenda
• Power 795 enhanced
– New memory features & I/O enhancements
• Power 795/780/770 CoD ease-of-ordering features
• Power 770/780 additional I/O options
– 16Gb Fibre Channel
– 10Gb Ethernet – 2-port NIC & FCoE
– #EDR1 EXP30 Ultra SSD I/O Drawer
• COMING SOON - High Performance Option with DS8800
• PowerLinux low-latency, “accelerated” 10Gb Ethernet adapter
– Solarflare’s OpenOnload Low Latency
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New Power 710 with 1-year warranty option
IBM i I/O SAN configuration enhancements
Power 750/760 IMFC enhanced
Statement of Direction for DAT160 tape
Flex System #EC24 CN4058 8-port 10Gb Mez card update
Bonus topics
PureSystems Update
© 2013 IBM Corporation
EXP30 Ultra SSD I/O Drawer Enhancements
Support for Power 770/780 “C” & “D” models
#EDR1
May 2013 announcements
Up to 480,000 IOPS (100% read)
Up to 11.6 TB
Up to 4.5 GB/s bandwidth
Downstream HDD
#ES04, ESR4
Support on ‘C’ models of 770 & 780
AIX, IBM i, Linux starting 7 June
(Ultra Drawer already supported on ‘D’ model 710  780)
Expanding native support of IBM i 7.1 TR6 SSD
features (#ES04/#ESR4) to
– Power 770/780 “C” models 7 June
– Power 770/780 “D” models 17 July
– (IBM i already supported on “D” models of Power 720  760 )
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#EDR1 EXP30 Ultra SSD I/O Drawer
May 2013 announcements
• Supported on
– “D” model Power 770/780
– “D” model Power 710/720/730/740/750/760
– Adding “C” model Power 770/780
• Supported by
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AIX 6.1 or later
Linux
IBM i 7.1 TR6 native support (Not supported via VIOS)
VIOS
#EDR1
• Minimum of 6 SSD per Ultra Drawer
• All drives RAID formatted (no JBOD)
• Active/Active recommended for top performance
– A/A requires at least two arrays – ideally even number arrays, evenly balanced
• Attaches to one or two GX++ slots
• Two integrated RAID SAS controllers
– 3.1GB write cache – protected through redundancy of this pair
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387GB 1.8” SAS SSD with eMLC
May 2013 announcements
• 1.8” eMLC
– Performance + Endurance + Small size
• Excellent Performance
– Similar to 387GB SFF eMLC
– Big improvements over 177GB 1.8” SSD
#ES02
#ES04
• Used only in EXP30 Ultra Drawer
• RAID format (528 byte sectors – no JBOD)
• Two feature codes #ES02
– #ES02 for AIX/Linux/VIOS
– #ES04 for IBM i added to 770/780 C & D models
– Same hardware, 2 features for IBM config tools
• CCIN = 58BB
• Server model & OS pre-reqs
– See #EDR1 or #5888 EXP30 Ultra Drawer
387GB 1.8” SSD
Physically like a fat,
really-long credit card
Fits in EXP30 Ultra SSD
I/O Drawer
– Six pack #ESR2 = 6x #ES02
– Six pack #ESR4 = 6x #ES04 added to 770/780
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EXP30 Ultra SSD I/O Drawer SOD Shared April 2012
Status
done
Done
(currently max
1 drawer for
IBM i)
Future
IBM plans to expand the capabilities of the EXP30 Ultra SSD I/O Drawer in several areas. First, the number of
servers which support attachment is planned to be expanded to include the Power 770/780 (9117-MMC/9179MHC) and other future servers.
Second, the attachment of up to two #5887 EXP24S Disk Drawers downstream of the Ultra Drawer is planned.
The Ultra Drawer's integrated SAS controllers would then run these EXP24S drawers (up to 48 disk drives) in
addition to the 30 SSD in the Ultra Drawer. Assuming 600GB drives are used in the EXP24S, this would provide
a total of up to 40 TB storage capacity in only 5U of space while using zero PCIe slots.
Third, then later in time, IBM also plans to provide Easy Tier functionality for the EXP30 Ultra Drawer and
downstream EXP24S Disk Drawer combination for AIX and AIX/VIOS. The Ultra drawer's integrated SAS
controllers would automatically monitor and manage the contents of the SSD and HDD and place "hot" (frequently
accessed) content on the SSD and "cold" (less frequently accessed) content on the HDD.
Fourth, IBM plans to expand the integration of IBM Power Systems with the EXP30 Ultra SSD I/O Drawer and
with selected IBM storage solutions such as the IBM Storage System DS8000. With this planned advanced
integration configuration, the Ultra Drawer would provide an extremely low latency cache for the IBM SAN,
improving overall I/O performance while maintaining the SAN's advance capabilities such as FlashCopy and
Metro/Global Mirroring and supporting Power Systems Live Partition Mobility capability.
IBM's statements regarding its plans, directions, and intent are subject to change or withdrawal without notice at IBM's sole discretion. Information regarding potential
future products is intended to outline our general product direction and it should not be relied on in making a purchasing decision. The information mentioned regarding
potential future products is not a commitment, promise, or legal obligation to deliver any material, code or functionality. Information about potential future products may
not be incorporated into any contract. The development, release, and timing of any future features or functionality described for our products remains at our sole
discretion.
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EXP30 Ultra Drawer SOD Summary
1.
More POWER7 Models supported in the future … DONE!
2.
Down stream HDD drawers … DONE!
(April 2012)
POWER7
Server
3.
Easy Tier capability for HDD drawers (AIX/Linux)
Hot  Cold
4.
DS8000 integration --
DAS performance + SAN functionality
POWER7
Server
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+
DS8000
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IBM Easy Tier Server, Announcing June 2013
POWER7
POWER7+
Server
AIX
or
EXP24S
+
EXP30
DS8870
DS8k determines “hot” data and caches hot data onto SSD
which are directly attached to server
Can significantly improve overall performance, especially for
heavy random read applications
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Agenda
• Power 795 enhanced
– New memory features & I/O enhancements
• Power 795/780/770 CoD ease-of-ordering features
• Power 770/780 additional I/O options
– 16Gb Fibre Channel
– 10Gb Ethernet – 2-port NIC & FCoE
– #EDR1 EXP30 Ultra SSD I/O Drawer
• COMING SOON - High Performance Option with DS8800
• PowerLinux low-latency, “accelerated” 10Gb Ethernet adapter
– Solarflare’s OpenOnload Low Latency
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New Power 710 with 1-year warranty option
IBM i I/O SAN configuration enhancements
Power 750/760 IMFC enhanced
Statement of Direction for DAT160 tape
Flex System #EC24 CN4058 8-port 10Gb Mez card update
Bonus topics
PureSystems Update
© 2013 IBM Corporation
PowerLinux I/O Enhancement
7R1 & 7R2
“D/T” models
• Enabling hardware for communication-optimized
applications, especially in the finance industry like
trading
#EL39
PCIe2 LP 2-port 10GbE SFN6122F Adapter
This adapter supports OpenOnload
• Support for two specialized 10Gb Ethernet adapters
with low-latency network communication hardware
accelerator for higher performance
• Adds support for user-provided applications using
POSIX sockets APIs and the OpenOnload(R)
interfaces from Solarflare
#EL3A
• RHEL 6.4 or later
PCIe2 LP 2-port 10GbE SFN512FAdapter
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OpenOnload® Application Acceleration Software
• Accelerated performance
• TCP/IP, UDP and multicast acceleration
• Streamlines and reduces interrupts, context
switches and data copies
• Reduces latency by up to 50%, increases
message rates up to 3x or more
• Can seamlessly integrate into existing
infrastructure
• Binary compatible with industry standard APIs
•
No software modifications are needed
• Standards-based solution uses TCP/IP and UDP
•
No specialized protocols needed
• Compatible with existing Ethernet infrastructure
• Linux-based
• Open source, available with bundled support
Content of this chart provided by Solarflare
OpenOnload is a registered trademark of Solarflare
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#EL39 & #EL3A PowerLinux Adapters
• 2-port, PCIe Gen2 10Gb Ethernet Adapters
• Two adapters
(look alike but are different)
– #EL39, PCIe2 LP 2-port 10GbE SFN6122F Adapter
• Supports OpenOnload
– #EL3A, PCIe2 LP 2-port 10GbE SFN5162F Adapter
• Lower cost, does not support OpenOnload, but still can
provide lower latency options
#EL39
PCIe2 LP 2-port 10GbE SFN6122F
Adapter. This adapter supports
OpenOnload
• Supported in Gen2 slots of PowerLinux 7R1/7R2
– 8246-L1D, L2D, T1D, T2D
– Not supported on other models as of May 2013
– RHEL 6.4 or later as of May 2013
• SFP+ active copper twinax ports
#EL3A
PCIe2 LP 2-port 10GbE
SFN5162FAdapter
– Use #EN01, #EN02, or #EN03 cables (includes
transceivers in cable features)
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Leveraging Solarflare Adapters
• Linux only environments
• Can be implemented without application code
changes assuming standard POSIX socket APIs
have been implemented
• See Solarflare additional information using
“SFN6122F” and “OpenOnload” and “SFN5162F”
• Two Solarflare white papers of high interest:
– For SFN5162F:
http://www.solarflare.com/Content/userfiles/documents/
Solarflare_Performant_Adapter_Solutions_Brief.pdf
– For SFN6122F:
http://www.solarflare.com/Content/UserFiles/Document
s/ Solarflare_10GbE_OpenOnload_Low-Latency.pdf
Attributes contributing to performance:
Receive Side Scaling
LSO, LRO, Interrupt Coalescing
#EL39
PCIe2 LP 2-port 10GbE SFN6122F
Adapter. This adapter supports
OpenOnload
#EL3A
PCIe2 LP 2-port 10GbE
SFN5162FAdapter
End-to-end latency (TCP) < 7µs
Dual port bi-directional line-rate performance
Acceleration of memcached
NetQueue, VMQ
NetQueue with RSS
SR-IOV w/hypervisor management (KVM)
vNIC / Partitioning
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Additional Solarflare Adapter Information
• Solarflare's SFN6122F and SFN5162F 10Gb Ethernet server adapters can enable
high throughput, low latency and high CPU efficiency, improving the performance
and efficiency of network communications, network-attached storage and remote file
system access. Solarflare's unique hardware-accelerated virtualized NIC (vNIC)
architecture can provide high scalability, high throughput, and low latency benefits to
a wide range of network-intensive applications. Each vNIC provides a dedicated
channel between the network adapter and host software, allowing network I/O
processing to be distributed efficiently over multiple CPU cores. This can reduce or
eliminate processing bottlenecks and can dramatically improve I/O performance on
busy networks.
• Solarflare SFN6122F 10Gb Ethernet adapters support the OpenOnload application
acceleration middleware which can provide ultra-low latency, very high throughput,
and reduced latency jitter even as message loads increase. SFN6122F with
OpenOnload bypasses the network stack in the operating system kernel by
dedicating a vNIC to each accelerated application, reducing the processing
associated with networking and improving core scaling. SFN6122F application
acceleration is based on industry standard APIs and protocols, so, for applications
written to standard POSIX socket APIs, 10 Gb Ethernet accelerated performance
can be achieved without modifications to applications, proprietary protocols, or
specialized networks.
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Agenda
• Power 795 enhanced
– New memory features & I/O enhancements
• Power 795/780/770 CoD ease-of-ordering features
• Power 770/780 additional I/O options
– 16Gb Fibre Channel
– 10Gb Ethernet – 2-port NIC & FCoE
– #EDR1 EXP30 Ultra SSD I/O Drawer
• COMING SOON - High Performance Option with DS8800
• PowerLinux low-latency, “accelerated” 10Gb Ethernet adapter
– Solarflare’s OpenOnload Low Latency
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
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New Power 710 with 1-year warranty option
IBM i I/O SAN configuration enhancements
Power 750/760 IMFC enhanced
Statement of Direction for DAT160 tape
Flex System #EC24 CN4058 8-port 10Gb Mez card update
Bonus topics
PureSystems Update
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New Power 710 8268-E1D with 1-year Warranty
An alternative offering for a lower acquisition price
Power 710 8231-E1D
Power 710 8268-E1D
Same Features
Same Capacities
Same Performance
Same OS Support
Worldwide Availability
USA & Germany only
3-year Warranty
1-year Warranty
Reduced Price
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Agenda
• Power 795 enhanced
– New memory features & I/O enhancements
• Power 795/780/770 CoD ease-of-ordering features
• Power 770/780 additional I/O options
– 16Gb Fibre Channel
– 10Gb Ethernet – 2-port NIC & FCoE
– #EDR1 EXP30 Ultra SSD I/O Drawer
• COMING SOON - High Performance Option with DS8800
• PowerLinux low-latency, “accelerated” 10Gb Ethernet adapter
– Solarflare’s OpenOnload Low Latency
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
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New Power 710 with 1-year warranty option
IBM i I/O SAN configuration enhancements
Power 750/760 IMFC enhanced
Statement of Direction for DAT160 tape
Flex System #EC24 CN4058 8-port 10Gb Mez card update
Bonus topics
PureSystems Update
© 2013 IBM Corporation
Additional IBM i Native (nonVIOS) SAN Support
IBM i 7.1 TR6 on
Power 710795
(POWER7 or POWER7+)
4Gb FC
PCIe adapters
8Gb FC
PCIe adapters
IBM Storwize V7000,
IBM Storwize V3700,
or IBM SVC
Note: 16Gb FC only
supported through VIOS
*
* Plus Storwize V3500
where it is offered
• For IBM i clients who would prefer to implement VIOS at a later time
– Note functions like NPIV or Live Partition Mobility require VIOS
• Avoiding a switch may save cost and complexity for simple environments
– Option for 4Gb Fibre Channel (FC) adapters
• Additional connection option to VIOS
• GA: 31 May 2013 via PTF
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Power 750/760 Integrated Multifunction Card
May 2013 announcements
Compared to #1768 / #1769 Multifunction Card, #EN10/EN11 have a
large subset of OS support
#EN10/EN11 AIX, IBM i, Linux, VIOS support
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–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
AIX Version 7.1 with TL 7100-02 and Service Pack 2, or later
AIX Version 7.1 with TL 7100-01 and Service Pack 7, or later (added since announcement, was SOD)
AIX Version 6.1 with TL 6100-08 and Service Pack 2, or later
AIX Version 6.1 with TL 6100-07 and Service Pack 7, or later
Note NOT PLANNED: AIX 6.1 with TL 6 and AIX 7.1 with TL 0 and AIX 5.3
IBM i 6.1 -- VIOS required. NIC supported, FCoE starting 26 July 2013
IBM i 7.1 -- VIOS required. NIC supported, FCoE starting 26 July 2013
SUSE Linux Enterprise 11 Service Pack 2, or later
Red Hat Enterprise Linux – see SOD
VIOS requires VIOS 2.2.2.2, or later (SOD for 2.2.1)
#1768/1769 AIX, IBM i, Linux, VIOS support
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
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AIX V7.1 TL02: Service Pack 2, or later
AIX Version 7.1 with TL 7100-01 and Service Pack 7, or later (added since announcement, was SOD)
AIX V6.1 TL08: Service Pack 2, or later
AIX V6.1 TL07: Service Pack 7, or later
AIX V6.1 TL06: Service Pack 11, or later
AIX V5.3 TL12: Statement of Direction
IBM i 7.1 TR6, or later VIOS required for Ethernet ports
IBM i 6.1.1 with machine code 6.1.1, or later VIOS required for Ethernet ports
SUSE Linux Enterprise Server 11 Service Pack 2, or later
Red Hat Enterprise Linux – see SOD
VIOS requires VIOS 2.2.2.2, or later (SOD for 2.2.1)
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Planning Statement for DAT160 Tape
• IBM plans to withdraw from marketing the DAT
80/160 tape drives in mid 2014 due to projected
supply constraints
• This does not impact support of existing drives
• This does not impact supply of new DAT cartridges
for existing drives
• There is NO DAT technology follow on
Suggested entry alternatives:
– RDX for entry system requirements
– LTO for somewhat larger systems
RDX
IBM’s statements regarding its plans, directions, and intent are subject to change or withdrawal without notice at IBM’s sole discretion. Information regarding
potential future products is intended to outline our general product direction and it should not be relied on in making a purchasing decision. The information
mentioned regarding potential future products is not a commitment, promise, or legal obligation to deliver any material, code or functionality. Information
about potential future products may not be incorporated into any contract. The development, release, and timing of any future features or functionality
described for our products remains at our sole discretion.
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IBM Flex System 8-port 10Gb FCoE Adapter
•
#EC24 CN4058 8-port (6 usable) 10Gb CNA ports (NIC & FCoE)
•
•
•
•
•
•
Consolidation of Ethernet and Fiber Channel using FCoE
Allows dual/redundant VIOS on p260
Provides a lot of ports with one mezzanine card
10 Gb Fiber Channel over Ethernet
Connection at 1 Gb or 10 Gb bandwidth
Provides 8 ports / Support up to six 10 Gb ports
– IBM Flex System Fabric CN4093 10 Gb Converged Scalable Switch
– IBM Flex System EN4093 10 Gb Converged Switch
•
•
•
•
Requires available Mezzanine slot
Maximum allowed: 2 (Initial order maximum: 2)
Supported Systems: p260 with P7 (22X) / p260 with P7+ (23X) / p460 (42X)
OS level required:
–
–
–
–
–
–
AIX V7.1 with the 7100-02 Technology Level, or later
AIX V6.1 with the 6100-08 Technology Level, or later
IBM i 6.1 & 7.1 supported through VIOS
SUSE Linux supported
Red Hat Linux supported
Refer to Software Requirements for specific O/S levels supported
• Initial Order/MES/Both/Supported: Both
• CSU: Yes
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Mezz Adapter
FCoE 10 Gbt
(4)
FCoE 10 Gbt
(4)
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IBM Flex System 8-port 10Gb FCoE Adapter
•
#EC24 CN4058 8-port (6 usable) 10Gb CNA ports (NIC & FCoE)
•
•
•
•
•
•
Consolidation of Ethernet and Fiber Channel using FCoE
Makes dual VIOS practical on p260
Provides a lot of ports with one mezzanine card
10 Gb Fiber Channel over Ethernet
Connection at 1 Gb or 10 Gb bandwidth
Provides 8 ports / Support up to six 10 Gb ports
– IBM Flex System Fabric CN4093 10 Gb Converged Scalable Switch
– IBM Flex System EN4093 10 Gb Converged Switch
•
•
•
•
Requires available Mezzanine slot
Maximum allowed: 2 (Initial order maximum: 2)
Supported Systems: p260 with P7 (22X) / p260 with P7+ (23X) / p460 (42X)
OS level required:
–
–
–
–
–
–
AIX V7.1 with the 7100-02 Technology Level, or later
AIX V6.1 with the 6100-08 Technology Level, or later
IBM i 6.1 & 7.1 supported through VIOS
SUSE Linux supported
Red Hat Linux supported
Refer to Software Requirements for specific O/S levels supported
• Initial Order/MES/Both/Supported: Both
• CSU: Yes
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Mezz Adapter
FCoE 10 Gbt
(4)
FCoE 10 Gbt
(4)
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IBM Flex System 8-port 10Gb FCoE Adapter
•
#EC24 CN4058 8-port (6 usable) 10Gb CNA ports (NIC & FCoE)
•
•
•
•
•
•
Consolidation of Ethernet and Fiber Channel using FCoE
Makes dual VIOS practical on p260
Provides a lot of ports with one mezzanine card
10 Gb Fiber Channel over Ethernet
Connection at 1 Gb or 10 Gb bandwidth
Provides 8 ports / Support up to six 10 Gb ports
– IBM Flex System Fabric CN4093 10 Gb Converged Scalable Switch
– IBM Flex System EN4093 10 Gb Converged Switch
•
•
•
•
Requires available Mezzanine slot
Maximum allowed: 2 (Initial order maximum: 2)
Supported Systems: p260 with P7 (22X) / p260 with P7+ (23X) / p460 (42X)
OS level required:
–
–
–
–
–
–
AIX V7.1 with the 7100-02 Technology Level, or later
AIX V6.1 with the 6100-08 Technology Level, or later
IBM i 6.1 & 7.1 supported through VIOS
SUSE Linux supported
Red Hat Linux supported
Refer to Software Requirements for specific O/S levels supported
• Initial Order/MES/Both/Supported: Both
• CSU: Yes
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Mezz Adapter
FCoE 10 Gbt
(4)
FCoE 10 Gbt
(4)
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Agenda
• Power 795 enhanced
– New memory features & I/O enhancements
• Power 795/780/770 CoD ease-of-ordering features
• Power 770/780 additional I/O options
– 16Gb Fibre Channel
– 10Gb Ethernet – 2-port NIC & FCoE
– #EDR1 EXP30 Ultra SSD I/O Drawer
• COMING SOON - High Performance Option with DS8800
• PowerLinux low-latency, “accelerated” 10Gb Ethernet adapter
– Solarflare’s OpenOnload Low Latency
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
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New Power 710 with 1-year warranty option
IBM i I/O SAN configuration enhancements
Power 750/760 IMFC enhanced
Statement of Direction for DAT160 tape
Flex System #EC24 CN4058 8-port 10Gb Mez card update
Bonus topics
PureSystems Update
© 2013 IBM Corporation
RoCE LAN Adapters - May 2013 News
Add support to use in PCIe Gen1
slots of #5802/5877
Note concurrent use of both ports at fully
rated performance requires a Gen2 slot, but
this enhancement provides additional
connectivity and configuration flexibility
(already supported in #5803/5873)
•PCIe Gen2 2-Port 10Gb Ethernet RoCE Adapter
#EC27/#EC28
+
#EC29/#EC30
– Function/performance from application perspective identical between
the copper and optical adapters
– NOTE – NIM function not supported
– New Optical fiber adapter
• Max distance = 300m
• List price on Power 770 = $ 2,292
– Existing Copper cable adapter
Key difference
• Max distance = 5m
• List price on Power 770 = $ 1,310
•Supported with AIX and Linux
Prices are USA suggested list prices for a model 795 and are subject to change. Reseller prices may vary.
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PCIe Adapter Spread Sheet Quick Reference Tool
• Quickly see first-level information on adapters, adapter slots, OS pre-req
• Gen1/Gen2?, LP/FH?, equivalent feat code?, what type slot?, what drawer?
performance bandwidth needs?, detailed Ethernet attributes, etc
•
(Pre-req Tool and other existing documentation still the source for real detailed information)
• Download your own copy of this spreadsheet
– IBMers: http://w3.ibm.com/support/techdocs/atsmastr.nsf/WebIndex/TD105846
– Partners: http://partners.boulder.ibm.com/src/atsmastr.nsf/WebIndex/TD105846
Tool created by Tenley Jackson, Sue Baker, Dick Bresenham, Mark Olson and others
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New contract required – New order process
Reminder !!
Action required
• IBM and BP sales: READ 19 February 2013 Announcement Letter entitled
“Revised Terms and Order Process: IBM Machine Code License Acceptance Agreement”
• New contract required for many customers
– Avoids confusion / misunderstanding between IBM and customers relating to machine code
license terms
– Simple one-time signature
• “Library card agreement”, signed once per customer per country,
• Once signed, applies on going-forward basis to ALL IBM machines newly acquired by customer or
installed machines newly upgraded.
• Action schedule
– 19 February through 31 July 2013 : Client Reps proactively lead effort to have major accounts
sign agreement
– Starting 1 August 2013: orders for machines requiring signed agreement will not be fulfilled
until agreement is signed !!!!
– Firm order requirement for all high end systems including all System Z, high end Storage,
high end Power Systems
• Power 795, 780, 770, 760 (Machine types 9119, 9179, 9117, 9109)
– Optional at this time for other Power servers
• For questions – see announcement letter and contact BPSO/CSO
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Reminder – April SSD Price Action
• 23 April 2013
• Power 387 GB SSD dropped their list prices
– SFF (2.5-inch)
&
1.8-inch drives
• 387 GB SSD prices now match 177 GB SSD SSD
– SFF to SFF & 1.8-inch to 1.8 inch
CHANGE 177 GB PROPOSALS TO 387 GB WHERE EVER POSSIBLE
(Plan to withdraw some of 177GB option from marketing soon – not announced as of 28 May, but coming soon.)
SFF 387GB
1.8-inch 387GB
Was $6200
Now $3588
Was $6100
Now $4400
42% less
27% less
Plus 387 GB 6-pack
can give another 10%
savings if applicable
Plus 387 GB 4-pack
can give another 10%
savings if applicable
387 387 177
387 387 177
* Prices shown are IBM USA suggested list prices as of May 2013 on a Power 720 and are subject to change without notice; Reseller prices may vary.
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Schedules and Availability - Hardware
• Announce: 28 May 2013
• eConfig support: 28 May 2013
• Planned Availability (GA):
– By 7 June: Everything except below
– 19 July
• IBM i SSD features for EXP30 SSD drawer on POWER7+ 770/780
• Addition of #EN0A (PCIe 16 Gb FC adapter) & #EN0H (PCIe Ethernet
adapter) on POWER7+ 770/780
– 26 July
• IBM i support of FCoE capability on #EN10/EN11, #EN0J/EN0H, #EN22
Plus Early Preview of upcoming 6 June announcement
Of DS8800 and Power SSD
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Four forces are driving business innovation and
change
Mobile
90% of mobile users keep
their device within arm’s
reach 100% of the time1
Social
% of CEOs using Social
to Connect with
Customers2
Big Data & Analytics
8 zettabytes of digital
content created by 20153
Delivered via the Cloud
62% of workloads will be
cloud based by 20144
1 IBM Forum 2012, Smarter Commerce Prague
2 IBM GBS 2011 IBV Study, “The power of cloud: driving business model innovation
3 IDC, IDC Predictions 2012: Competing for 2020, Doc #231720, December 2011
4 Morgan Stanley Cloud perspective: http://www.morganstanley.com/views/perspectives/cloud_computing.pdf
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Clients need to address critical inhibitors in this
environment
Accelerate new applications, big
data and analytics
Mobile
Social
Big Data
Analytics
34% of new IT
Projects
deploy late1
1. From a commissioned study conducted by Forrester
Consulting on behalf of IBM
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Improve IT efficiency by
simplifying the IT lifecycle
Only 1 in 5
Can allocate 50% or more of their IT
budget to new projects2
2. IBM, Data center operational efficiency best practices, April 2012.
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PureSystems Momentum is Strong!
2013
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Q1
Q2
Q3
Q4
2014
systems shipped
in more than
90 countries
references & case
studies demonstrating
success
optimized solutions
from 275 leading
partners
requests for
PureSystems trials
through the cloud
authorized resellers
worldwide
Business Partners
seller and technical
certifications
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PureSystems Family: Simplifying cloud, big data &
analytics
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Infrastructure
Application Platform
Data Platform
Delivering Cloud
Infrastructure Services
Delivering Cloud Application
Platform Services
Delivering Big Data
Platform Services
© 2013 IBM Corporation
IBM PureSystems Solutions Offering Overview Summary
CLOUD
 Backup and Disaster Recovery and Infrastructure Cloud Solutions on PureFlex and
Flex System
• IBM PureFlex Solution for Cloud Backup and Recovery
• Reference Architecture solution that leverages Tivoli
Storage Manager to
enable clients to deliver Cloud services with reliability
• IBM Flex System Solution for Microsoft Hyper-V
• Virtualization and “Cloud ready” reference architecture solutions, certified by
Microsoft for small and medium businesses
• IBM PureFlex Solution for SAP Business Suite
• SAP Business Suite application reference architecture solutions for Cloud and
bare metal deployments the enable faster provisioning and management
efficiency
MOBILE
 Quickly deploy a cloud-ready mobile application
• IBM® Mobile Application Platform Pattern for PureApplication System
• Accelerates the deployment of the IBM Worklight server on IBM
PureApplication Systems on POWER and x86
• IBM
SmartCloud Desktop Infrastructure Solutions for Citrix XenDestop and VMware
View
• Enhanced Reference Architectures
and Flex System
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to extent Storage Solutions for PureFlex
Delivering Cloud Application
and Infrastructure Services
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IBM PureSystems Solutions Offering Overview Summary
SOCIAL
 Rapidly deploy your Social Business Platform with IBM Connections Pattern
•
•IBM Connections Pattern for PureApplication System
• Enables client to rapidly deploy your Social Business Platform and reduces
deployment time from 1-3 weeks to only 30 minutes for lower cost
• IBM Connections Hypervisor Edition 4.0 (System Pattern)
ANALYTICS
 Gain business insights faster and speed application performance with IBM PureFlex,
System x3950 and SAP
• IBM Systems Solution for SAP Business Suite and HANA
• Reference Architecture on PureFlex/Flex System and x3950
• Enables clients to optimize all elements of their SAP applications and accelerate
business intelligence, analytics and reporting to near real time
• IBM Flex System Solution for SAP NetWeaver Business Warehouse Accelerator
• Reference architecture and integrated offering for SAP Business Warehouse
Accelerator on Flex System
•Gives clients real time visibility into business operations
IBM i
 PureFlex configuration optimized and priced for IBM i clients considering consolidating IBM
i and x86 workloads into a single platform
•
•IBM PureFlex System for IBM i
• Physical and virtual consolidation without workload migration for IBM i clients
• Configuration updates and managed via RPQ process
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Delivering Cloud Application
and Infrastructure Services
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Introducing: IBM PureFlex™ Solution for IBM i (NEW June
2013!)
Delivering a high value, pre-integrated
and optimized
 Fully integrated
Hardware andstarting
Software point for IBM i
 All HW pre-configured, integrated and cabled
 SW Preload of IBM i OS, PowerVM, Flex System Manager and
Storage configuration

Reliability and redundancy i clients demand

Right sized to get started quickly and simply with
expandability and scalability as needed
 Pre-configured Dual VIOS Servers
 Redundant Switches and I/O
 Internal storage with pre-configured drives Raided and Mirrored
 p460 compute node configured for IBM i with 5-cores, and
redundant I/O
 Ideal platform for Infrastructure consolidation of Power based and
x86 based workloads
Integrated Infrastructure

Management integration across all resources

IBM Lab Services included to accelerate your deployment

Value from Day 1 with a ~$45K List Price Savings
Delivering Infrastructure Services
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 Flex System Manager simplifies management of all resources
within PureFlex both physical and virtual
 Highly skilled PureFlex and IBM i experts perform integration and
deployment onsite
 Complete solution HW+SW starting at $135K (US List price)
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PureFlex enables clients to consolidate IBM I + x86 and
save $
Delivers 207% ROI, 17 month Payback and $1.1M in savings over 5 years1
•
Consolidate Power and x86 servers leveraging leading virtualization capability
•
Simplify and automate management across the entire infrastructure
•
Leverage V7000 to improve storage utilization, lower cost and optimize performance
Today
PureFlex Solution for IBM i
• PureFlex Solution for IBM i
• One IBM i Power 550
• One p460 compute node
•(5-core active)
• Ten x Dell x86 2U Servers
• Two x240 compute nodes
(4-cores each)
(8-core each)
• 10TB EMC SAN Storage
• 4.8TB V7000 SAN Storage
Investment Analysis
Values
Initial Investment
$167,004
Total Five Years Investment
$351,752
Total Five Years Benefits
Return on Investment (ROI)
Payback Period (months)
$1,081,873
207.6%
17
Break Even Analysis
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1. Source: The IBM Systems Consolidation Evaluation Tool developed and hosted by, Alinean Inc.
Agenda
• Power 795 enhanced
– New memory features & I/O enhancements
• Power 795/780/770 CoD ease-of-ordering features
• Power 770/780 additional I/O options
– 16Gb Fibre Channel
– 10Gb Ethernet – 2-port NIC & FCoE
– #EDR1 EXP30 Ultra SSD I/O Drawer
• COMING SOON - High Performance Option with DS8800
• PowerLinux low-latency, “accelerated” 10Gb Ethernet adapter
– Solarflare’s OpenOnload Low Latency
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
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New Power 710 with 1-year warranty option
IBM i I/O SAN configuration enhancements
Power 750/760 IMFC enhanced
Statement of Direction for DAT160 tape
Flex System #EC24 CN4058 8-port 10Gb Mez card update
Bonus topics
PureSystems Update
THANKS !!!
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Intel, Intel logo, Intel Inside, Intel Inside logo, Intel Centrino, Intel Centrino logo, Celeron, Intel Xeon, Intel SpeedStep, Itanium, and Pentium are trademarks or registered
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Linux is a registered trademark of Linus Torvalds in the United States, other countries or both.
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NetBench is a registered trademark of Ziff Davis Media in the United States, other countries or both.
SPECint, SPECfp, SPECjbb, SPECweb, SPECjAppServer, SPEC OMP, SPECviewperf, SPECapc, SPEChpc, SPECjvm, SPECmail, SPECimap and SPECsfs are
trademarks of the Standard Performance Evaluation Corp (SPEC).
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Fußnoten zum vorherigen Slide
Reference the PowerLinux 7R2 SAP SD 2-Tier Performance chart in the 710/730/7R2
section
(1) The SAP Sales and Distribution (SD) Standard Application Benchmark performed on December 9, 2012 by IBM in Austin,
TX, USA, has been certified with the following data: Number of SAP SD benchmark users: 8,016, Average dialog response
time: 0.98 seconds, Throughput: Fully processed order line
876,000 items/hour, Dialog steps/hour: 2,628,000, SAPS:
43,800, Average database request time
0.020 sec / 0.018 sec (dialog/update): CPU utilization of central server: 99%
Operating system, central server: SUSE Linux Enterprise Server 11 SP2, RDBMS: DB2 10, SAP Business Suite software:
SAP enhancement package 5 for SAP ERP 6.0, Configuration: Central server: IBM PowerLinux 7R2, 2 processors / 16
cores / 64 threads, IBM POWER7+, 4.22 GHz, 32 KB (I) and 32 KB (D) L1 cache, and 256 KB L2 cache per core, 10 MB L3
cache per core, 256 GB main memory. The SAP certification number was not available at press time and can be found at
the following Web page: www.sap.com/benchmark
(2) The SAP Sales and Distribution (SD) Standard Application Benchmark performed on December 24, 2012 by Cisco Systems
in Walldorf, Germany, was certified on January 8, 2013, with the following data: Number of SAP SD benchmark users:
6,530 Average dialog response time: 0.98 seconds, Throughput: Fully processed order line items per hour: 713,670, Dialog
steps per hour: 2,141,000, SAPS: 35,680 Average database request time (dialog/update): 0.015 sec / 0.036 sec, CPU
utilization of central server: 99% Operating system, central server: Red Hat Enterprise Linux 6.3 RDBMS: Sybase ASE 15.7
SAP Business Suite software: SAP enhancement package 5 for SAP ERP 6.0 Configuration: Central server: Cisco UCS
B200 M3, 2 processors / 16 cores / 32 threads, Intel Xeon Processor E5-2690, 2.90 GHz, 64 KB L1 cache and 256 KB L2
cache per core, 20 MB L3 cache per processor, 256 GB main memory
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Notes on benchmarks and values
The IBM benchmarks results shown herein were derived using particular, well configured, development-level and generally-available computer systems. Buyers should
consult other sources of information to evaluate the performance of systems they are considering buying and should consider conducting application oriented testing. For
additional information about the benchmarks, values and systems tested, contact your local IBM office or IBM authorized reseller or access the Web site of the benchmark
consortium or benchmark vendor.
IBM benchmark results can be found in the IBM Power Systems Performance Report at http://www.ibm.com/systems/p/hardware/system_perf.html .
All performance measurements were made with AIX or AIX 5L operating systems unless otherwise indicated to have used Linux. For new and upgraded systems, the latest
versions of AIX were used. All other systems used previous versions of AIX. The SPEC CPU2006, LINPACK, and Technical Computing benchmarks were compiled using
IBM's high performance C, C++, and FORTRAN compilers for AIX 5L and Linux. For new and upgraded systems, the latest versions of these compilers were used: XL C for
AIX v11.1, XL C/C++ for AIX v11.1, XL FORTRAN for AIX v13.1, XL C/C++ for Linux v11.1, and XL FORTRAN for Linux v13.1.
For a definition/explanation of each benchmark and the full list of detailed results, visit the Web site of the benchmark consortium or benchmark vendor.
TPC
SPEC
LINPACK
Pro/E
GPC
VolanoMark
STREAM
SAP
Oracle, Siebel, PeopleSoft
Baan
Fluent
TOP500 Supercomputers
Ideas International
Storage Performance Council
http://www.tpc.org
http://www.spec.org
http://www.netlib.org/benchmark/performance.pdf
http://www.proe.com
http://www.spec.org/gpc
http://www.volano.com
http://www.cs.virginia.edu/stream/
http://www.sap.com/benchmark/
http://www.oracle.com/apps_benchmark/
http://www.ssaglobal.com
http://www.fluent.com/software/fluent/index.htm
http://www.top500.org/
http://www.ideasinternational.com/benchmark/bench.html
http://www.storageperformance.org/results
Revised December 2, 2010
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Notes on HPC benchmarks and values
The IBM benchmarks results shown herein were derived using particular, well configured, development-level and generally-available computer systems. Buyers should
consult other sources of information to evaluate the performance of systems they are considering buying and should consider conducting application oriented testing. For
additional information about the benchmarks, values and systems tested, contact your local IBM office or IBM authorized reseller or access the Web site of the benchmark
consortium or benchmark vendor.
IBM benchmark results can be found in the IBM Power Systems Performance Report at http://www.ibm.com/systems/p/hardware/system_perf.html .
All performance measurements were made with AIX or AIX 5L operating systems unless otherwise indicated to have used Linux. For new and upgraded systems, the latest
versions of AIX were used. All other systems used previous versions of AIX. The SPEC CPU2006, LINPACK, and Technical Computing benchmarks were compiled using
IBM's high performance C, C++, and FORTRAN compilers for AIX 5L and Linux. For new and upgraded systems, the latest versions of these compilers were used: XL C for
AIX v11.1, XL C/C++ for AIX v11.1, XL FORTRAN for AIX v13.1, XL C/C++ for Linux v11.1, and XL FORTRAN for Linux v13.1. Linpack HPC (Highly Parallel Computing)
used the current versions of the IBM Engineering and Scientific Subroutine Library (ESSL). For Power7 systems, IBM Engineering and Scientific Subroutine Library (ESSL)
for AIX Version 5.1 and IBM Engineering and Scientific Subroutine Library (ESSL) for Linux Version 5.1 were used.
For a definition/explanation of each benchmark and the full list of detailed results, visit the Web site of the benchmark consortium or benchmark vendor.
SPEC
http://www.spec.org
LINPACK
http://www.netlib.org/benchmark/performance.pdf
Pro/E
http://www.proe.com
GPC
http://www.spec.org/gpc
STREAM
http://www.cs.virginia.edu/stream/
Fluent
http://www.fluent.com/software/fluent/index.htm
TOP500 Supercomputers
http://www.top500.org/
AMBER
http://amber.scripps.edu/
FLUENT
http://www.fluent.com/software/fluent/fl5bench/index.htm
GAMESS
http://www.msg.chem.iastate.edu/gamess
GAUSSIAN
http://www.gaussian.com
ANSYS
http://www.ansys.com/services/hardware-support-db.htm
Click on the "Benchmarks" icon on the left hand side frame to expand. Click on "Benchmark Results in a Table" icon for benchmark results.
ABAQUS
http://www.simulia.com/support/v68/v68_performance.php
ECLIPSE
http://www.sis.slb.com/content/software/simulation/index.asp?seg=geoquest&
MM5
http://www.mmm.ucar.edu/mm5/
MSC.NASTRAN
http://www.mscsoftware.com/support/prod%5Fsupport/nastran/performance/v04_sngl.cfm
STAR-CD
www.cd-adapco.com/products/STAR-CD/performance/320/index/html
NAMD
http://www.ks.uiuc.edu/Research/namd
Revised December 2, 2010
HMMER
http://hmmer.janelia.org/
http://powerdev.osuosl.org/project/hmmerAltivecGen2mod
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Notes on performance estimates
rPerf for AIX
rPerf (Relative Performance) is an estimate of commercial processing performance relative to other IBM UNIX systems. It is derived from an
IBM analytical model which uses characteristics from IBM internal workloads, TPC and SPEC benchmarks. The rPerf model is not
intended to represent any specific public benchmark results and should not be reasonably used in that way. The model simulates some of
the system operations such as CPU, cache and memory. However, the model does not simulate disk or network I/O operations.
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rPerf estimates are calculated based on systems with the latest levels of AIX and other pertinent software at the time of system
announcement. Actual performance will vary based on application and configuration specifics. The IBM eServer pSeries 640 is the
baseline reference system and has a value of 1.0. Although rPerf may be used to approximate relative IBM UNIX commercial processing
performance, actual system performance may vary and is dependent upon many factors including system hardware configuration and
software design and configuration. Note that the rPerf methodology used for the POWER6 systems is identical to that used for the
POWER5 systems. Variations in incremental system performance may be observed in commercial workloads due to changes in the
underlying system architecture.
All performance estimates are provided "AS IS" and no warranties or guarantees are expressed or implied by IBM. Buyers should consult
other sources of information, including system benchmarks, and application sizing guides to evaluate the performance of a system they are
considering buying. For additional information about rPerf, contact your local IBM office or IBM authorized reseller.
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CPW for IBM i
Commercial Processing Workload (CPW) is a relative measure of performance of processors running the IBM i operating system.
Performance in customer environments may vary. The value is based on maximum configurations. More performance information is
available in the Performance Capabilities Reference at: www.ibm.com/systems/i/solutions/perfmgmt/resource.html
Revised April 2, 2007
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